Long Kerebangan, located in Trusan in the interior of Lawas, is nestled amidst majestic mountains, including the highest peak of them all - Buduk Balud. Like Long Telingan, temperatures here are between 20°C and 30°C at daytime and could reach as low as 15°C at night. The air is cool and fresh.

Livestock rearing and farming of rice are main sources of their income, besides also depending on the river and jungle for fish and wild produce. The people here also practise the ‘tagang’ system to cultivate Semah fish - a species highly prized for its delicious flesh and comes at a hefty price tag.

The river at Long Kerebangan is ideal for sport fishing. The natural salt springs in its jungle make ideal spots for animal watching. The cool, crisp air and invigorating atmosphere here are perfect for jungle trekking and camping.

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