KUCHING: The Kampung Annah Rais longhouse, a favourite stopover for European tourists to Sarawak, is offering a chance for visitors to learn the Bidayuh traditional dances.
The residents of the 140-door longhouse will teach the dances for a nominal fee of RM20 per person.
To try out the colourful Bidayuh traditional costumes, the visitors need to pay an additional RM10 each.
The Bidayuhs make up the second biggest group of the Dayak community in Sarawak, after the Ibans.
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