A private nature park developed by Syarikat Lanskap Kambatik based on the principles of ecological diversity, oil palm integrated agro-forestry practices and Kambatik landscape design philosophy and aesthetics
Friday, August 7, 2015
Just google "Ong Lumok"
The Ong Lumok is my kind of fruit. It is pulpy sweet. Very sweet indeed that I can finish three big fruits in one session. I have written a fair bit on this fruit and to prove it just google "Ong Lumok" and you'll see most of the pictures and write-up on this fruit online is from the Kambatik Park. It is a seasonal fruit, known by Malays as "Terap" but the Bintulu Melanaus call it "Ong Lumok" or fruit of the Lumok tree. "Ong" in Bintulu Melanau means fruit. The Ong Lumok is a basic tree that is well-integrated into the agro-forestry practice at Kambatik Park. The reason is obvious. The fruits are edible to humans and wildlife and their seasonal fruiting makes the park an added attraction to all sorts of wildlife, birds, insects, butterflies and a myriad variety of flies. Count the Ong Lumok as one fruit you must taste before you die!! Long live the Ong Lumok.
Ong Lumok (Bintulu Melanau) - Terap (Malay) Artocarpus odoratissimus Location: Zone C