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Sarawak Cultural Village Questions & Answers

Staffordshire

How do you book a ticket for this tour?

10 months ago Answer

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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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You can book online directly on their website but like the rest, just turn up and buy your tickets at the entrance. Skip the buffet lunch - just breeze through the village then find a sumptuous lunch in town :0).

10 months ago
Pontianak
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Hi, sorry for the late reply :)

I bought the tickets when we arrived at the place, and they need our ID card/passport. I think no need to buy the tickets online, because the staff is fast response :)

10 months ago
Australia
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Hey there, sorry for the late reply. You can buy them there or you can book online, just google sarawak cultural village. They are located at Pantai Damai.

you can also buy these tickets via viator. If you are a Malaysian National, you will get discounts otherwise it is full price.

Hope that helps?

Regards

10 months ago
Catterick, United Kingdom
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We bought the tickets when we arrived at the cultural village. If you are staying in a hotel you can probably buy tickets through hotel reception. We stayed Airbnb so just turned up and bought tickets no problem.

10 months ago
Prague
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We booked a trip at Riverside Majestic. There was Sarawak cultural village + 3 hours at the pool of Damai Beach Resort. There is access to the beach. Simply a paradise. Public transport is not so good for this combination. Good luck.

10 months ago
Fussa, Japan
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We were at the Hilton and in the lobby there is a travel agency we booked many local trip with them they are very efficient and kids friendly .Our chauffeur was our guide and he was very knowledgeable.I do recommend to have a guide to explain what you can see in the village or you will miss a lot .

10 months ago
Johor Bahru, Malaysia
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My ticket was purchased in advance via a link from Air Asia. But I’m pretty sure you can get tickets at the sight and this gives you the freedom to wander at your own pace. Can’t say our guide was particularly helpful.

10 months ago
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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I didn't make any reservations as it was a spur of the moment kind of thing. I bought the tickets at the counter at the entrance of the Sarawak Cultural Village.

10 months ago
London, United Kingdom
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If you take a taxi there, he will know to buy tickets slightly cheaper at the place next door....

10 months ago
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