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    Damai's Cultural Village

    by kphstar Updated Jan 22, 2005

    Head north of Kuching and you'll find yourself in Damai' s Cultural Village. There you will find traditional housing and customs of the local people of years gone by. This place is great place visit.

    They provide shows several times a day. Try and catch one, it worth you while.

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    Damai's Cultural Village

    by kphstar Updated Aug 6, 2005

    Thought this might interest you a bit more. Everyday at the Cultural Village they have 2 showings demonstrating the traditional dancings of the indigenous people. Also, they'll bring the blow pipe experts so you can see what aiming is all about.

    Entry for the performance is inclusive with the entrance fee to the Village.

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    Unforgatable River Tour

    by ANGELINEW90 Updated Sep 5, 2007

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    We needed to take a 45mins Sampan ride to the Iban Long House. Along the way, i was really touched by the beautiful scenery. So peaceful and quite, and water is crystal clear.

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    Brokes Dockyard

    by mansionion Written Jul 2, 2005

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    Brokes Dockyard

    The Brokes Dockyard is located next to the old mosque of Kuching and often over look by most people.

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    Indian Mosque Lane

    by mansionion Written Jul 2, 2005

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    Indian Mosque Lane

    The Indian Mosque Lane is narrow lane that connects the the Indian Street Padestrian Mall area to the Gambier Street, passing true a hidden Indian Mosque.

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    Padang Merdeka

    by mansionion Written Jul 2, 2005

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    Padang Merdeka

    This is the place where the the independance declaration of Sarawak was held when it joined Malaysia in 1963.

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    Fairy Cave in Bau

    by susanpingu Written Sep 23, 2005

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    Bring a strong flashlight for exploring the Fairy and Wind caves. Use the bus only up to Bau. Hire a taxi from Bau town to the caves.

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