Here’s a tip if you plan to visit SCV: be there early and do not miss the cultural performance which takes place twice a day at 11.30am and 4pm. For my trip, (my friend and) I miscalculated and arrived at the place an hour late and was this close of missing the performance. Since we wanted to make it for the performance on time, we didn’t have much time to explore each of the houses in SCV. Luckily for us, the person-in-charge said we could come again the next day without purchasing tickets. I think you need at least half a day to fully explore this place so don’t plan too many activities on the day you’re visiting SCV.
Upon purchasing tickets, I was given this SCV passport. Inside, there will be a map, short descriptions of ethnic groups and most importantly, blank pages for you to collect your stamps. These stamps can be found at each house and they kind of serve as a mark that you have left your footprints there.
PS: I took these pictures when everyone else was enjoying the cultural performances (I watched on the previous day), that's why you see empty houses (which is super good because no one was blocking my view).
Rumah Orang Ulu
Ok I think that's all.
Read about other posts for my Kuching trip.
#1 Kuching: Town + Chinese History Museum +Fort Margherita + Kek Lapis Dayang Salhah
#2 Kuching: Bako National Park + Semengoh Wildlife Rehabilitation Center
#3 Kuching: Jong's Crocodile Park