Located about 35 km from the city, this award-winning theme park of the state government is easily accessible by road. Built on a 17-acre site, next to a scenic man-made lake, the village boasts seven ethnic houses representative of the Malay, the Chinese, the Penan and the longhouses of the Bidayuh, Iban, Orang Ulu and the Melanau. Authentically built and replete with traditional crafts, tools, utensils and artifacts the village has been dubbed as the "living museum" of Sarawak. Browse around the village and observe the inhabitants of the various houses display their skills in making traditional handicrafts such as beading, wood-carving, bamboo-carving, pua-weaving, etc. You can also view traditional methods of making sago, crushing sugar cane and how the Penans make blow-pipes and other hunting instruments. This tour includes a colourful cultural performance in a modern air-conditioned theatrette. This tour can be arranged for either morning or afternoon departure. Duration of the tour is 4 hours.