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Rungus Longhouse

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7 Sep 2017
“Relive the Days”
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Reviewed 7 September 2017

We did a short visit to the longhouse, the entrance fee is RM3 for Malaysian and RM5 for non-Malaysian. An indigenous Rungus-ian has quite a well spoken Malay is kind to explain the tradition and way of living back in those days. The longhouse is...More

1  Thank Yang Kwang L
Reviewed 27 September 2016

we stayed at Rungus Longhouse as part of a tour with Amazing Borneo. Although this was by far the most basic accommodation, it was also one of the most memorable. The simple food was excellent, the toilets and showers were very basic but clean (...More

Thank M S
Reviewed 15 September 2016

The Bavanggazo Rungus longhouse was set in a lovely quiet location and the people very welcoming. The longhouse was very well designed and actually quite comfortable to sit in, even when the heavens opened for a while and the rain fell heavily outside. We were...More

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Reviewed 24 November 2015 via mobile

Name says it all really. Groups often stay the night as part of a regional tour. Relatively inexpensive and nice to visit and see how native locals would have lived. I combined this with a trip to Tip of Borne and the honey bee farm...More

1  Thank Richard B
Reviewed 20 July 2015

Definitely something. Worth to those who haven't seen a long house before. The place is easy to find, very near to other sight seeing such as the Gong making factory, the Honey Bee Farm and the tip of Borneo.

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"A walk down the road is interesting. A torch may be useful."
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"The rooms are all the same. They have thin bark walls was occational gaps so don't expect isolation. It..."
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