During their stay here varoius fun-filled activities and tours were arranged to keep them busy and occupied whole day long.
On the first day they visited Kampung Annah Rais Longhouse and the hotspring near the longhouse.
Upon returning from the longhouse trip they went swimming in the upper Sarawak River.
In the evening they were served with the traditional local signature dishes - the famous bamboo rice and bamboo chicken.
Some of the vegetables served are from our own farm and some are collected from the surrounding jungle.
At night they entertained themselves with karaoke.
On the second day they visited the Keyu Cave situated about 30-minute walk from Kampung Danu and bathed at a nearby waterfall.
Along their way they had the chance to spot the flora and fauna, enjoy the beauty of the tropical rainforest, learn the traditional way of survival skill in the jungle, identify the herbs and its usage in natural healing,
birds and wildlife watching and feel the calm in the jungle.
At night the group travelled to Kampung Semadang (nearby village) to attend the closing of Gawai Festival (harvest festival) where they had the opportunity to see for themselves the Gawai rituals.
They were served with food and drinks and also joined the traditional Bidayuh dance and poco-poco.
They also had the opportunity to learn how to cook bamboo rice and bamboo chicken from their host, Robert Kenneth and his wife. They were also served with other local sumptuous dishes.
"It taste sweet, juicy and tasty - simply delicious," said Jessica McDonnell, who came from Lockhart, New South Wales.
She said the rice wrapped in leave and the 'buah cempedak masak lemak' was delicious.
"I also like the pumpkin, it is delicious," she commented.
They also had a barbicue where they for the first time tasted the pig face barbicue (head).
"It's crispy and delicious," they commented.
"Overall we enjoyed the activities and the tours. We will definitely tell our experience to my family members and friends back home in Australia," they all said.
Jessica said she also intend to bring along his family members to visit Sarawak in the future.
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