Spend a day and a night at Sadir village to dive deeper via introduction to Bidayuh culture, picking fresh jungle produce and learn to make simple animal traps.
Kampung Sadir has a road that leads straight to its insides. Internally known as the Waterfall Extravaganza, Kampung Sadir is famous for its accessible waterfalls and scenery that will not fail to bring visitors closer to mother nature than they have ever been. There is a total of SEVEN waterfalls around the village! You can also see a resort styled school here.
Pickup from designated pick up point within Kuching city
Reach Sadir village, introduction by local guide and check-in to village accommodation.
Go on a village tour to learn more about the lifestyle, culture of the local villagers, as well as visits to the nearby waterfalls.
You might have seen many waterfalls in your life, but if you have not seen a two-tiered waterfall before, you're in for a treat at Mabi falls. It has two separate tiers in which if you're brave enough, you can follow the locals to do a dare devil jump from the upper to the lower tier pool.
Go back to the house to freshen up and rest.
Interaction session with the locals.
Lights off, sleeping time.
Start trekking to Ban Buan Kukuot waterfall.
Reach Ban Buan Kukuot waterfall. Here you can swim at the watefall and learn how to make traditional Bidayuh food.
Trek to Mabi waterfall.
Reach Mabi waterfall; a 3 tiered waterfall near the village. Here you can choose to swim again or just relax and take pictures.
Trek back to village.
Reach village area; here you can change your clothes at the village church toilets.
Check out from the house and go back to Kuching city.