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Sarawak Cultural Village
Travel to Sarawak Cultural Village which is also known as the ‘Living Museum’ and explore the perfect local culture of and lifestyle of the 150 villages of Sarawak such as making of handicrafts, seeing the various tribes and processing of sago. Positioned at Pantai Damai, Santubong, 32km from the state capital, Sarawak Cultural Village also serves a place where the village residents will offer information on their numerous traditional beliefs and way of life along with wearing on traditional costumes and dances for the tourists. Not only that, you will also be able to view the models of buildings that signify every foremost ethnic group in Sarawak such as a Chinese farm & Iban, Bidayuh and Orang Ulu, a Melanau tall-house. With handicraft shop, restaurant and a theatre to enjoy multicultural dance performances, this place is a must see. .
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- Bus, Indonesia – There are two daily bus services between Kuching and Pontianak.
- Bus, Brunei – There are five daily bus services between Miri and Kuala Belait (2 hours), with onward connections to Bandar Sri Begawan.
- By Car – Visitors can drive in Sarawak from Brunei or Indonesia using their own vehicles or rental vehicles, provided they have valid international insurance cover.
Address: Pantai Damai, Santubong, PO Box 2632, 93752 Kuching
Phone Number: 082-846 411