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Sarawak Cultural Village
Get to Know the Different Cultures of Sarawak
Take Part in Daily Activities of the Locals
Experience Sarawak in a half day tour at Sarawak Cultural Village to learn about the local culture and lifestyles of the various ethnic groups of the region!
Half day tour to learn about the culture of major ethnic groups in Sarawak
Take part in Iban blowpipe target practice and Malay game of spinning top
Watch and join in the multi-cultural dance performances
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Adults (13 +): MYR 160
Children (3-12): MYR 80
8:30 AM or 1:30 PM
Hotel pick up
7 days a week, year-round.
Minimum 2 people, maximum 8
- Entrance fee
- Local English Guide / Driver
- A Good Time
What to Bring
- Wear light comfortable clothes that dry easily, shorts are fine;
- Comfortable walking shoes.
- Bring insect repellent, sunscreen, antiseptic;
- Raincoat or poncho and plastic bag to keep phone / cameras dry
- Sun hat / cap and sunglasses.
About Your Guide
Our community guides and drivers are from the local villages and are most willing to share their knowledge of local culture and so that you will have plenty of information about your journey in this beautiful village, and at the sametime ensure safety and Great FUN in this area!
What You'll Do
Sarawak Cultural Village is an award-winning Living Museum that spans across 17-acres of land just across from Damai Beach Resort and Hotels. Experience Sarawak in Half-a-day at Sarawak Cultural Village and learn about the local culture and lifestyles of the various ethnic groups in Sarawak.
At Sarawak Cultural Village, there are replica buildings representing every major ethnic group in Sarawak, mainly the Bidayuh, Iban, Orang Ulu, Penan, Melanau, Malay & Chinese. Take a walk through this remarkable living museum showcasing Sarawak’s cultures as well as beautiful & authentic traditional buildings. All buildings are staﬀ with members of the ethnic groups in traditional costumes and carrying out traditional activities. Individual housekeeper act as storytellers who describe and interpret our way of life for each tribe including You can partake in daily activities such as learning how to throw a Malay spinning top, target practice with the blow hunting pipe of the Iban as well as how to make the famous sago flour in the Penan hut. Each house attendance will happily pose with you for photos too!
There are daily multi-cultural dance performances in the village’s own theatre. The show is an award winning (for the best choreography) 45 minute cultural performance of songs & dances, a flurry of colors in a stunning multi-ethnic performance.
Good to Know
- Reservation recommended to avoid disappointment;
- Suitable for families and visitors of all ages.