Visitors to Tawau would of course made the point to buy the dried seafood as 'ole-ole' to bring back home. Packaging service is provided by the vendors. However, make sure you don't overload your cargo because Air Asia is very strict about it. I bought more than RM300 worth of dried foods and was charged RM245 of excess baggage. Now, you calculate how much I would sell a 100 gram of dried prawn. It would be more than double right? For me, it doesn't worth it to buy for personal use as it's as 'expensive' as in KL. Next time, I will be wiser, insya Allah.
Thank you for reading and visit me again.