It is recommended to go to the annah rais longhouse with a guide as they will explain the history and show us the way around. There are some small shops in front of their house selling range of items for tourist.
About Annah Rais Longhouse Adventure
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We visited the longhouse yesterday, being able to connect with the environment, culture and a different way of living. We were able to enjoy every part of it.
We drove long way from Bako Natural Park to this Annah Rais Long house. Entrance fees is RM 8 per pax. You got a welcome drink Tuak (Rice wine). The long house is well- maintained. Surrounded by the mountain and close to border of Indonesia....More
Drive from Kuching about 39km thru the wildlife sanctuary of orang utan and a scenic route! Greeted by a lady looking after the entrance of the longhouse! Paid $8 (ringgit) per head for the entrance and accompanied by rice wine or tuak they called it!...More
We did the 1 night package. Our host, Edward, was very helpfull and pleased to show us his culture. We did a small walk to a waterfall (with lunch). In the evening, we had a village tour, and ended the day wearing different local costumes,...More
Great adventure stress free especially while walking through tropical forest via to waterfall & enjoy delicious bidayuh delicacy for lunch cook in bamboo.
Quite a long journey going up there. Anna Rais is one of the well-known tourist spot for long house visit. The best time to visit is during Gawai festival because that time you can experience the culture and enjoyable moment during Gawai festival from dancing,...More
I spent 2 days and 2 nights with Edward, my host. We hiked to the hot springs where Siti made lunch. The next day we hiked to a waterfall. We had encounters w leeches both days. Siti cooked lunch the 2nd day using freshly cut...More
I think Sabah Borneo long house in Kudat much better than this...practically this place not a traditional long house anymore as it has been modernise with modern house (see pics..new concrete house, TV channel transmitter-Astro in front of the staircase) The only traditional & cultural...More
Once we arrived,we were greated by Joseph, a local guide in the village.He explained well about the history and the life style of the Bidayuh.We tried 'tuak', rice wine which taste good.Joseph also provides homestay in his house.The people are friendly and we had our...More