Selako is a branch of Dayak people from the Borneo island. They are found in the westernmost part of the Borneo island. They are related to the Bidayuh tribe. Most Selakos are settled in areas such as Lundu, Sematan, Bengkayang and Sambas. Their language is part of the Malayo Polynesian group and they are categorized as Malayic Dayak. Many Selakos are Christians, having converted to Anglicanism and Roman Catholicism following missionary work in the 19th century.
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