Friday, October 14, 2011


Located at the foot of Mt. Santubong about 35 km north of Kuching you will find the Sarawak Cultural Village.Sarawak Cultural Village is a great destination for families, as it offers a hands-on experience of Sarawak. If you are just on a short vacation visiting the village is a good way of getting a general overview of Sarawak's culture and traditions.

The Sarawak Cultural Village was officially opened in 1990. It was set in a tranquil setting of landscaped tropical forests and a man-made lake. This cultural village is considered a must-visit for every visitor to Kuching because it showcases the various attributes of major ethnic population in the whole state of Sarawak, namely the Malay, Chinese, Iban, Orang Ulu, Bidayuh, Melanau and Penan. While there is nothing comparable to visiting the actual dwelling sites of these tribes who thrive in either the massive delta of Rajang River, or in deep rainforests accessible only by airplanes, the showcases in this village are pretty much as close as one can get in getting to know the colourful multi-ethnic characteristics of Sarawak.

-Just sneak preview of sarawak Cultural Village on my visit to Kuching (8-9 October 2011)..This place is simply a must when in Kuching,Esok saya akan berada di Kuala Lumpur for Putarajaya Night Marathon pula..Wish me luck ya..happy Weekend to all!!


Chocochix said...

Tangge tu curam... Sopan santun gitu kalo mo turun... Hihi

Lama x g swak...

Pinangso Loro said...

Haaa itu penari yang entertain kami tu masa kami kat sana... tu gambar yg no 8 tu... kurus sikit dia...


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