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Bukit RuaiThe history of Sebuyau is filled with many interesting stories that are not expressed to the general public but known only by the local people. One of many folk tales Overview Sebuyau that becomes the attraction to outsiders is the Ruai Hill that stands 555 feet above sea level with many interesting folklores that surround it. The hill is known as “Bukit Ruai” for a reason; it was a home for a wonderful bird known by locals as “Burung Ruai”. However, due to the development in the surrounding area of the hill with the establishment of a quarry activity, the hill is no longer occupied by the said species of bird. The wonders of the hill is a blessing to the community below as it provides a source of water that streams from its top despite the people receives constant supply of treated water from The Malaysian Public Works Department (JKR) which is used for daily purposes. One is able to climb the hill as the summit is reachable through 980-concrit steps that was build some time ago. A telecommunication tower was installed and is still being operated by Syarikat Telekom Malaysia at the summit. Thus, general public who wish to climb the hill and reach the summit has to plan in advance by requesting for permission from the authority because the summit is a restricted area due to the installation. The relevant authority will provide general guidelines for the public to get access to the summit.
Pulau BurungSebuyau is facing the North China Sea and there is one small island located few nautical miles off its coast, known by the local as Pulau Burung. The island has done its equal share of saving lives as it is the berthing place for local fishermen in times of bad weather condition. Moreover, other than saving fishermen’s lives at sea, the island is also a place where one can find a centuries old Muslim graveyard. It is said by the locals that the graveyard has been there since the 1600s as stated on some of the gravestones. Since early 70s and beyond, Muslim community in Sebuyau would flock the island during Hari Raya for different purposes. Some would come to visit their ancestors’ resting sites while others come to visit the island for a leisure purpose.