Our covid-19 response Get Your first order at US$ 5 off Buy now, go later gift cards - no expiry

Sarawak Village Stay

In Sarawak, agriculture and traditional handicrafts continue to be the mainstay of the Bidayuh tribe, and the jungle remains their main source for all things from food to furniture. Here you'll experience Bidayuh village life with Saloma, a gracious host who will introduce you to her world through jungle treks, home-cooked meals and a village homestay.
Kuching, Sarawak

Browse 2 Options for Sarawak Village Stay

All Filters
Clear
Filters
Trip Type
Price
$
to
$
Start / End Time
Start time: At any time
End time: At any time
Flexible Cancellation
Accommodation
Duration
Clear
Filters
Start Date
Clear
Filters
Sort by:
Loading results...

No results available

There were no options available for the filters you have selected.

Browse Collections

Helpful Questions from Other Travellers

Q
How do I get there?
A
The closest transport hub to Saloma's is Kuching, Sarawak. To get to Kuching you can take a flight from many of the major airports in Malaysia, as well as a few international ones such as Singapore. Saloma will pick you up from your hotel in Kuching.
Q
Do I need to go with a guide?
A
The best way to experience the Bidayuh tribe life is through the introduction of one of its own members. Saloma will immerse you into the wonders of the village and jungle life as she shows you secret jungle places and introduces you to her family.
Q
Do I need to train up?
A
There are a few treks that Saloma can take you on - if you would like to participate, you should have the ability to hike for at least a couple of hours. If you don't fancy anything too strenuous, you can also just take it easy and enjoy being in the Bidayuh community.
Q
What's the best time to go?
A
The best months to visit are All months
We recommend the above period because you would have anytime! saloma's home is open to visitors all year round. though if you would like to couple your trip with other activities around borneo, the best time to visit would be from february to november to avoid monsoon season.
Q
Any tips for what to do in the area?
A
Kuching is a great place for food. Try Sarawak Laksa at Foody Goody or Fat Cat in a suburb of Kuching or Chong Choon in city center.
Loading results...

No Results Based On Your Search

Your question would also be very useful to the rest of the travel community!
Not what you are looking for? Ask us anything, your question would be very useful to the rest of the travel community!
Enter number of guests to compare options.