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Mari Mari Cultural Village – 5 Different Borneo tribes in 1 village

Want to know more about ethnic culture in Sabah? Sabah population is divided officially into 32 ethnicities. The largest  indigenous groups are the Kadazan-Dusun, Murut and Bajau. At Mari Mari Cultural Village, you can visit 5 different ethnic tribes in 1 village. Located deep inside Kiansom, Inanam, Mari Mari is a perfect place know about the culture of  Bajau, Lundayeh, Murut, Rungus and Dusun Tribes. The entrance fees for 1 person is RM 140 per person including pickup from Hotel  from
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All guests will pass through the suspension bridge before entering the village

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A Tapai making hut

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Experience cooking traditional local food

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Aramaiti!! means cheers in local language. You can try local’s alcohol here

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Rungus House

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Honey made by local stingless bees

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Fire starting demonstration

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 Lundayeh House

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Demonstrating Lundayeh Tribe’s way of life

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Before entering the Murut house, The Ketua Kampung (Head of village) will come and make sure everyone follow the rules

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Japanese kids experiencing blowpipes by Murut tribes

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Murut Warrior posing for photo. The pose must be macho

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More macho pose by the warriors

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Experience the power of blowpipes

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The professional shows us how to use blowpipes the right way

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A hut used by the Murut tribes to prepare the blowpipes

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The tour ends with dancing performance. Everyone is invited to join the bamboo dance

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