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We (4 retirees) stayed 2 nights at Labang Longhouse at the end of Oct and from the time we arrived until the time we left, we were spoilt by the warm and friendly hospitality of Lucy and her son Lian. We really enjoyed the good...More
Not your usual hotel, it's no frills but nice and cosy, with lovely company. Home cooked meals with local vegetables and meat gives it a really unique touch. Coupled with the relaxed pace, it's really a good place to enjoy the simple life.
A friend recommended the homestay when deciding where to stay in Bario. It was a short trip of two nights. The homestay has most things that would have enabled one to stay comfortably. They picked us up from the airport and the meals provided were...More
Everyone has given thoroughly beautiful reviews, so I shall make it short & sweet. Wonderful hosts, very warm, friendly and knowledgeable - ask David Labang senior anything, and he has answers - esp anything relating to flora, fauna, and every little jungle info! Beautiful basic...More
My friend and I stayed at Labang longhouse lodge for 5 nights. Only 1.8km of walk from the airport to Labang longhouse lodge. The rooms are basic and i was more than glad for the heater shower. Great warmth and hospitality from the host and...More
The Labang Longhouse Lodge/Homestay in Bario is a beautiful longhouse styled guesthouse located 10 mins walk from the airport, 10 mins walk to the market centre, and enjoys a panoramic view of the Kelabit ...Moreplateau from its wide veranda. From there you get to eat your meals, watch the sunset, enjoy your tea and write your memoirs. The Facility: With 18 rooms, it is the biggest accommodation facility in Bario. Superb for large groups, but cosy enough for the lone traveler. The rooms are clean with warm duvet covers (the nights can get chilly in Bario), ideal for twin-sharing but easily convertible to double beds and big enough for an extra mattress especially for kids. There are fish ponds for guests to fish their meals, and a small garden to pick their greens, if they choose. The lodge runs on solar-powered electricity and has its own conference facilities, thus it is an ideal venue for meetings, retreats, seminars, conferences, workshops and youth camps. Rates: RM120per person/per night. Full board (room + all meals). Activities: Nature Tours - Located on the main route to the highland adventure activities like jungle trekking, camping, kayaking, bird watching, fishing, nature walks, etc. Culture Tours - It is near enough to cultural centres for handicraft making, original longhouse visits, farming experiences, e-Bario internet centre and community hall. The lodge has a resident Certified Tour Guide, and tours to many of Bario destinations and special cultural programs can be organised upon request. Lodge Management: The owners are retired and experienced educators and conservationists, fluent speakers of English, Malay and Kelabit with expert traditional knowledge on culture, history, language, and wildlife. David worked in the creation of many of Sarawak's National Parks and preserved her wildlife and natural heritage during his time in the civil service. If knowledge is what you seek, they are ideal resources for guests and researchers alike seeking knowledge on Bario, it people, and its flora and fauna. In addition, you will be entertained by David's endless repertoire of jokes. Less
They are on Facebook as Labang Longhouse Lodge, which includes a phone number
If you search the web for
Lucy Labang SRB
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