This was my 2nd visit. The first was more than 5 years ago. If you are interested in a one-stop cultural centre, then this is the place. The cultural village is located at the foot of Mount Santubong. Quiet and serene. The day we went was a quiet day, not many tourists. And during lunch break, no one is around to explain to visitors ...the staff at the entrance informed of this. So it's best to avoid lunch breaks. The centre showcases the traditional homes of the major ethnic groups in Sarawak. There are staff at hand to explain the various traditions and you can try your hand at some of the activities like using a blowpipe, playing traditional instruments etc. It would be good to engage a conversation with the staff so as to get the most info. Some of the traditional houses involve climbing up steep staircases, so dress comfortably with proper footwear. A cap is good on very hot days as you will be walking in the open. Don't miss the twice daily cultural show. The Iban warrior with his skill using the blowpipe is not to be missed.
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