Sarawak Cultural Village || The Living Museum with a variety

The Sarawak Cultural Village was officially made public in 1990. It was made fast in a cool setting of cultivated tropical forests and a man-made lake. This cultural village is taken up a must-visit for every guest to Kuching because it represents the various accounts for of major ethnic community in the whole state of Sarawak, especially the Malay, Chinese, Iban, Orang Ulu, Bidayuh, Melanau, and Penan.

"Sarawak Cultural Village" is one of the most popular demonstrations in Sarawak. Tucked not here at the foothills of legendary Mount Santubong, 35 km from Kuching is Sarawak's fascinating cultural showcase, the award-winning "Sarawak Cultural Village" which is still the place for the World Harvest Festival and the Rainforest World Music Festival, a globally renowned festival.

This living museum is entirely assented to by the Sarawak Economic Development Corporation
(SEDC) represents the heritage of the great racial groups in Sarawak and conveniently defines their respective behavior amidst 14 acres of tropical greenery.

Here, it is likely to see Sarawak's ethnic difference at a glance. The workmanship is both confusing and daring, including the Kain Songket (Malay fabric with gold lace inlay), Pua Kumbu (Iban housewives goods), Melanau Terendak (sunhat), Bidayuh tambok (box), Iban parang (weapons), Orang Ulu wood engraving and Chinese ceramics.

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