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Reviewed 8 February 2012

We travelled from Kuching to visit the Menyang Tais Longhouse. After a long drive, with stops to see a local market and a pepper farm, we arrived at the reservoir where we were met by the boatmen to take us to the longhouse. The ride across the lake was refreshing and followed by a hot and sticky climb up to the longhouse where we were welcomed with tea and biscuits. The longhouse is living home, not a tourist attraction, allowing you to see everyday life. The accommodation was on mattresses laid out in someone's front room, so basic but with fans and mosquito nets provided. The bathrooms were also basic, two shared toilets and wash basin. In the evening we were cooked a generous meal served with very generous quantities of rice wine. Followed by an exchange of gifts (which are shared out amongst all the residents) and a Q&A session to learn about their way of life. The many chickens gave a loud wake-up call and after breakfast we hiked through the forest and fields to the lake for the return journey.

  • Stayed: July 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 16 September 2012
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Stayed: August 2012, travelled with friends
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