The village is located in the Ulu Baram area on the Baram River between Long Selaan (upstream) and Long Bela'ong (downstream).
The village belongs to the Kenyah people, an indigenous tribe in the Sarawak interior. The village was originally established when tribespeople of the Lepo'Tau subgroup moved to the area from the Silat River, and the people of Long Selaan gave an area of land to them. It is located at the confluence of a small stream with the larger Baram River, as is often the case with Kenyah villages.
Neighbouring settlements include:
Long Selaan 2.6 kilometres (1.6 mi) northeast
Long Tungan 13.4 kilometres (8.3 mi) northeast
Long Taan 15.9 kilometres (9.9 mi) southwest
Lio Matoh 21.6 kilometres (13.4 mi) northeast
Lio Lesong 24.1 kilometres (15.0 mi) southwest
Long Palai 26 kilometres (16.2 mi) west
Long Anap 27.8 kilometres (17.3 mi) west
Tau pemanak long moh long moh family day organized by lepu tau long moh