We stayed in Kuching for about 1 week during the xmas holiday last year. Despite the harsh weather (it was the rainy season), we did plenty of things to enjoy ourselves, other than visiting the town and eating sea food 😀
* Learning about the culture in Sarawak Cultural Village
Going to the Sarawak Cultural Village is a good way to know about the different tribes that are living on that part of Borneo island. It’s not too far away from Kuching, and you can rent a taxi for half a day (or an entire day) for a good price. There is no public transport to go over there, but I’ve heard that a shuttle is going there at certain periods of the year.
Over there, you can find good examples of traditional longhouses from several tribal groups with the appropriate utensils and artefacts : longhouses of the Iban, Bidayuh and Orang Ulu…
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