The Borneo Travel Pioneer Since 1968
Sarawak in a nutshell. 45-minutes away, nestled in the foothills of Mount Santubong, dubbed, a ‘living museum’, seven authentic traditional buildings are set amidst a scenic 17 acre site populated by members of Sarawak’s many ethnic groups going about their daily activities. These include wood and bamboo carving, beadwork, weaving and others. Visitors can learn how to throw a Malay spinning top, shoot a Penan blowpipe or pick out a tune on an Orang Ulu sape. Multi-ethnic culture performance in the air-conditioned mini theatre is held daily at:11.30 a.m. and 4.00 p.m.
Duration: 4 hours