The village is a ‘’living museum’’ showcasing the seven major ethnic races of Sarawak; Iban, Bidayuh, Penan, Orang Ulu, Melanau, Malay and Chinese. Each ‘house’ is an exact replica of traditional dwellings down to the type off wood, landscaping, carvings etc. Of the various communities. Visit the houses to learn their cultures and traditions. There are daily music and dance performances at Village Theatre.
|Included||– Ground transport|
– English or Chinese Speaking Guide
– Entrance Fees
|Excluded||– Personal Expenses|
– Other services not mentioned
– Malaysian Tourism Tax (MYR10 per room, per night)