Dubbed as the Living Museum, the Sarawak Cultural Village is located 35KM from Kuching City and boasts of seven ethnic houses representative of the Malay, Chinese, the Penan and the longhouses of Bidayuh, Iban, Orang Ulu and Melanau. The village is built on a 17-acre site and all houses are replete with traditional crafts, tools, utensils and artifacts. You may browse around the village and observe the inhabitants display their skills in making traditional handicrafts such as wood carving, pua weaving and bamboo carving. There will also be demonstrations on blow-pipe makings by the Penans, sago refining and in the afternoon, there will be a colourful cultural performance in a modern air-conditioned theater.
Things You Should Know: Wear comfortable walking shoes; Light clothing; Sarawak being in the tropics, it is advisable to dress light; Bring Camera for those unforgettable moments.