©Rayyiu Radzi

The indigenous peoples of Sabah are ethnically as diverse as there are mountains, but collectively, they are known as the Dusuns and primarily live in the highlands. Today, many are integrated amongst the larger societies of the Malaysian population and are no longer based in the rural areas although remnants of small populations continue to live under the shadow of Mount Kinabalu. Rayyiu spent a week photographing the daily life of the villagers in Bundu Tuhan in the Ranau district.