Experience the cultural diversity of Sarawak on a 4-hour trip to the Sarawak Cultural Village.
Sarawak Cultural Village is an award-winning living museum, purveyor of the state's fascinating ethnic colors. Nestled within 17 acres of tropical landscapes, you can meet and understand many of Sarawak's local tribes, such as the Bidayuh, Iban, Melanau, Penan, Orang Ulu and more.
Be greeted with Sarawakian hospitality as you visit seven traditional houses. In each house, you can experience various aspects of their lifestyles. you can try shooting with a blowpipe, find out how sago is made, watch cultural performances, learn about their handicrafts and be part of local ceremonies. A must-not-miss when you come to Sarawak.
Visit the Sarawak Cultural Museum
There 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.
Sarawak Cultural Village is a 40-minute drive from Kuching International Airport. You can either rent a car or take a taxi.