This award-winning living museum showcases Sarawak’s unique and diverse cultures in an accessible, visitor-friendly setting just 35 minutes from Kuching. The seven authentic traditional buildings are set amidst a scenic 17 acre site and are populated by members of Sarawak’s many ethnic groups, going about everyday activities. These include wood and bamboo carving, beadwork, weaving, sago-making, sugar-cane crushing, pepper-growing and the preparation of bird’s nests. Visitors can learn how to throw a Malay spinning top, shoot a Penan blowpipe or pick out a tune on an Orang Ulu sape.
The tour concludes with a colourful multi-ethnic cultural performance in the village’s air-conditioned mini-theatre.
|Duration:|| Approx. 3 hours
|Inclusive of:||Village Entrance fee, Experienced English Speaking Guide, Return transfers to and from city hotels in A/C coaches|
|Fitness level:||Easy (Cultural)|
|Rate:||USD 31 per person|