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Get a glimpse of Borneo’s diverse traditional cultures on a 4-hour trip to Sarawak Cultural Village from Kuching that includes entrance fees, as well as hotel pickup and drop-off. Meet members of Sarawak tribes from Orang Ulu to Iban and Penan, learn about daily life, homes, crafts, and ceremonies, and enjoy hands-on activities including top spinning and shooting a blowpipe.

Highlights

  • 4-hour Sarawak Cultural Village trip
  • See Borneo culture first hand
  • Perfect introduction for first-time visitors
  • Choice of morning or afternoon departure
  • All entrance fees included
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off in Kuching

What You Can Expect

Sarawak Cultural Village from Kuching City

Sarawak Cultural Village

Choose a morning or afternoon departure, then meet a guide at your Kuching hotel for transfer to the Sarawak Cultural village, which is located 22 miles (35 km.) north of the city in a lush, jungle setting. This “living museum” offers a unique chance to experience Sarawak’s many cultures in a single place, and each exhibit is staffed by interpreters from Borneo tribal groups and communities.

You’ll have plenty of time to visit the Sarawak Cultural Village, making your way through a series of seven replica houses that highlight the distinctive architecture of different Sarawak Peoples. See a Chinese farm house, a Malay house that stands on slender stilts, a Melanau tall house, and a Penan hut, then see contrasting longhouses like those built by the Iban, Bidayuh, and Orang Ulu peoples.

Each house contains fascinating artifacts from the corresponding community, and interpreters demonstrate traditional skills like basket weaving and carving, blow-pipe hunting and spinning. Some guests are even invited to join ceremonies, sampling Sarawak’s powerful tuak, or rice wine. This tour concludes with return transfer to Kuching, and drop-off at your hotel.

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