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Annah Rais Longhouse is a large & old Bidayuh Tribe's Longhouse that houses over 80 families. Majority of the us here are still live in a traditional way of longhouse's living. It has 175 years old written history to date. Visitor may participate in...more
No. 71 Kampung Annah Rais, Kuching 94200, Malaysia
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I was part of a tour so I did not do much research and just followed the group. The site was very disappointing and felt like a tourist trap, except that it is not even an attractive place for tourists. Some weird long hair man...More
As the title suggests how you feel about this place is based on what your expectations are. If you think it's a bustling traditional village community you'll be a bit disappointed. It's fairly small and basic and there are very few locals and families. Some...More
Because of the modern age, this habitations are almost empty, some of them are homestay for tourist. For this reason we didn’t like it. We expected an original place with the local populations but we didn’t found this. Don't waste time with this place.
For visitors, this longhouse is about 1 and a half hour drive from Kuching. There is an entrance fee of RM8.00 per person and you get to taste a sample of the local tuak. There are actually people living there and you will be able...More
The best thing about our visit was the scenery and views of beautiful countryside on route so it was all the more disappointing when we arrived and saw how run down and seemingly uncared for parts of Annah Rais were.The residents seemed extremely bored and...More
Went there on 6 June afternoon after visiting Semenggoh centre and Jong's crocodile farm. Bought tickets and we were then treated with rixe wine and therafter you are on your own to roam around the place.
We had no interaction with the residents who seemed...More