Tanjung Piai State Park wetland consists of coastal mangroves and intertidal mudflats, it is home to many species of mangrove plants and species of animal. It covers 526 hectares of Mangroves and another 400 hectares of inter tidal mudflats
Sitting in the West of the islands, Balik Pulau literally means 'at the back of the island'. Covering 1/3 of Penang islands, Balik Pulau is basically an agriculture area famous for it's Durian, Nutmeg, and Assam Laksa for many Penangites
On the way back to the longhouse, we dropped a few people off at Kampung Tinanggol. This village has about 75 families living in longhouses that were rebuilt after the earlier ones had burnt down. One had to be rebuilt as early as 2005 when fire consumed the entire structure whilst everyone was at midnight mass on the eve of xmas 2004.
The journey passes through countryside scenery, small towns, paddy fields, rubber and paper plantations, sago palms, secondary and primary forest, and past rugged jungle-covered mountains. Upon arrival at the Lemanak Jetty you will be transferred to a wooden native longboat to go upstream through fast-flowing
Don’t leave without tasting their rice wine called ”Tuak”. Native style lunch will served by the riverbank. Before back to the resort the Iban will give you a presentation with their ancient weapon, the blowpipe
Annah Rais Longhouse is located at about 60km away from Kuching City. It is a large & old Bidayuh Tribe's Longhouse that houses over 80 families. Majority of the villager there are still live in a traditional way of longhouse' living. They plant paddy, cocoa, pepper, rubber & etc. for living
Popularly known as the ‘Living Museum’, the Village is a showcase of a kaleidoscope of Sarawak’s cultures and traditions. On arrival, you will explore the 7 authentic replicas of ethnic houses
Tour features untouched cave exploration, pitcher plants discovery and village farm visit. The village farm visit includes plucking some raw ingredients for traditional lunch cooking lesson. Finally, trek to the waterfall for a swim or just relax under the flowing water
Jungle trek across luscious Borneo rainforest to Ban Buan Kukuot & Mabi waterfall, learn to cook traditional Bidayuh meals in bamboo and enjoy the feast by the waterfall.
Kuching city is an ideal base from which to go exploring.The tour will take you to the Civic Center for a birds-eye view of Kuching. You will also see other places of interest including the famous city landmark, the Cat Monument, the Kuching Market, the ‘Main Bazaar‘, China Town, the old state mosque and Tua Pek Kong Temple
Escape the hustle bustle, discover hidden waterfalls with the locals, and immerse yourself in untouched natural beauty. Relax yourself at the unique cascading waterfall just 5 minutes away from the village, have lunch there and do some light trekking to reach a further waterfall; all in a day's time.
At RM838..Pick up from Kuching City Town and proceed for TRADITIONAL IBAN LONGHOUSE SAFARI. A village of 20 – 25 ‘bilek’ or rooms (each for one family) all under one roof of a long stretch wooden house standing on stilts. The expedition will begin with a 4 hours car ride passing through the scenic greenery countryside
Net Fishing – Soon after your lunch, you will be given a fishing net. Your guide will teach you on how to do it. For your information, your guide will be handling another type of net also purposely used for this kind of net fishing.
this 5 days 4 nights package provides guests with the opportunity to stay one night at the longhouse guesthouse and mingle with the local bornean tribe, the Ibans .
?Spend a day and a night at Sadir village to dive deeper via introduction to Bidayuh culture including their traditional costumes and accessories, picking fresh jungle produce and learn to make simple animal traps with our local host.
Board the longboat on an amazing journey through the lake and the crystal clear streams to the visit the natives of Borneo. On arrival at the longhouse, you will be taken for a tour around the longhouse, to meet the natives and their families.
The complete Bidayuh tribe adventure that brings you to the village above the clouds; Kiding village to experience traditional food, games and music, trek trough tropical rainforests and catch the beautiful sunrise at the village viewpoint .
Have you ever set foot into a real tropical rainforest? Experience what the pioneering naturalist encountered and join us for a one of a kind tropical rainforest adventure into pristine part of Borneo, just a stone’s throw from Sarawak’s capital city of Kuching. Perched high above the Mountain Range that divides Sarawak, Malaysia and the Indonesian territory of West Kalimantan on the world’s third largest island
Siniawan Night Bazaar Tour (Dinner own self). up by the folks / kapitan, between two rows of wooden shops, you will find a short stretch of stalls selling handmade stuff and of course food and cakes. Its not only Chinese food, you will get Malay and natives selling there too. The old quiet bazaar is brought to life every Friday and Saturday evening starting 6.30pm to 10pm
Displayed in each house are the many artifacts made by the individual dwellers. Demonstration of arts and crafts like beadwork, wood and bamboo carvings,
A cruise along the Sarawak River is a relaxing way to enjoy the various phases of the city and retrace the trip James Brooke made when he first arrived in Sarawak.
En route you will have a brief stopover at small native town called Serian for chance to experience the busy daily wet market and witness some of the rare jungle produce brought by the native from the deep jungle to sell to the town folks. A brief lunch break will be at “Lachau” – small popular “cowboy” town for Indonesian natives from the nearby Kalimantan border town to do barter trade without the proper document.
It's city centre is well preserved with ornate Chinese Temples, The Astana, City Tower, many fine examples of colonial-style architecture a beautiful waterfront and a number of interesting museums, including the famous Sarawak Museum
this 5 days 4 nights package provides guests with the opportunity to stay one night at the longhouse guesthouse and and one night camping in the jungle to experience the authenticity of the tribal peoples way of life .
From RM2,790..Usun Apau National Park is not really inhabited and has no touristy amenities. However, one can expect basic necessity such as hygenic food/water, toilet and clean sleeping place will be provided. Friendly companionship from locals makes your stay memorable
proceed to an Iban longhouse known as Entulang. The ibans are the single largest tribe in Sarawak and they are traditionally live in longhouses which are actually a number of rooms linked together but sharing a common ‘ruai’ – a verandah were traditional ceremonies are preformed in the olden days
Discover Bario it's culture and lifestyle with Bario Valley Discovery Package . Conducted by local village born guides who are proficient in English
Take a halfday journey on rugged road heading to Long Bedian (Kayan settlements). Staying with our host family, in the evening explore the township and a Kayan longhouse. Enjoy tea break with one of the family while mingling with their elders, which are classed as the „last legacy of Long Bedian.
Fly to Long Akah, a Kenyah hub in the upper Baram and take the 4WD drive and boat to Long Moh, a Kenyah longhouse that still retains its original charm
Discovering ancient culture of the Kelabit, learning jungle survival skill and experiencing off-road ride on 4wd adventure to enjoy pristine jungle in the Kelabit Highland
On the upper reaches of the Baram River, lies Kampung Long Banga which is made of two villages: one of the Saban people and the other of Kenyah Leppo' Ke people.These are the tribes that have been living in the interior jungles for Borneo for centuries. The village is located quite close to the international border (Batu Kallong) between Indonesian Kalimantan and Sarawak.
The other to look out for is the bario highland rice, Malaysia's premium quality organic rice. It's a little like the sticky rice that the Japanese and Taiwanese love to eat and it is definitely filling. This is what the farmers take out into the fields for their lunches. They usually wrap them in leaf to keep it moist, stuff it in their homemade rattan haversacks with a bit of wild boar meat or stir fried jungle plants.
After breakfast, we will trek to the Church Camp passing through LepoBunga. The trek goes through primary forest and with varieties of pitcher plants and wild orchids. Trek time is approximately 7-8 hours. Dinner will be cooked by your guide at the Church Camp and accommodation is basic
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