Short trip to Kuching Sarawak - Sarawak Cultural village

Hello everyone, 
Hi, i'm at Sarawak Cultural village

I'm crossing Bidayuh Bamboo Bridge


Today I want to share my short trip to Kuching Sarawak, all thanks to my friend's wedding that I have this trip to Kuching Sarawak. We (me and my bf) took Airasia direct flight to Kuching Sarawak, we were there for 3 days 2 nightsWe booked an apartment at Merdeka palace hotelbut we don't feel comfortable staying there because the room is dirtyand the whole room is just too creepyso we moved to Pullman hoteland it was just a lovely room. I booked a small viva car(90perday) for this tripthe person in charge without notice cancelled my booking, and I only know about it because I called the guy in charge day before I'm going to Kuching Sarawak. I ended up renting Alzaand it cost me Rm150perday. 


We received the car at the airport then we drove to our hotel and settle everything. I'm using waze app to look for direction, we drove to Sarawak cultural village to check out different cultures in Sarawak including Malay, Chinese, MelanauBidayuh, Orang Ulu, and IbanIt is a perfect place get to know the local cultural and lifestyle. There are 150 people living in this villagethey wear traditional costumes and dance for visitorsThey also showcase the making of handicrafts. I even bought a big necklace with two matching bracelet cost Rm70. It was actually a rainy day, luckily it stopped when we visited SCV. After we walk around SVC, we enjoy performance in their theatre, they performed multicultural dance performances. We had our dinner at my friend's pre wedding ceremony dinner at Fei Chui restaurant.

Venue : Sarawak Cultural Village (kuching) 

Admission fee: Rm15 for student card holder
Rm60 for adults 
Rm30 (6-12years old)

Time: 9am-5pm

overview of Sarawak cultural village




The tree log staircase 
Sugar cane crushing hut
Cooking in the long house

Demonstrating Blowpipe at Penan House

Making the blowpipe

waterfall





After walk around the village, we enjoyed dance performance at 4pm ( there are 2 session each day 11am and 4pm) 










Some goodies I brought home:

Honey from airport (http://www.bestwildhoney.com)
Kuih Lapis from Dayang Salhal ( price range from Rm10 - 20)
Necklace and bracelet from sarawak cultural village in one of the Long house (Rm70)
Nail clipper keychain & bottle opener from Waterfront (Rm15 for 6)
Lots of biscuit from Old town in sarawak 


Have you been to Kuching Sarawak ? It is my first time visiting Kuching sarawak, didn't manage to go a lot of place and eat a lot of food but I did went to Song Kheng Hai hawker centre, premier 101 food court, apposite waterfront oldest historical building for breakfast satay and tong fun soup. No photo for all the foods because i accidentally deleted them :(