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Homestay Kampung Ujung Bukit, Kangar, PERLIS
01000, Kangar, Perlis
Coordinator: En. Halim Bin Jalib
Ujung Bukit Village in Bintong, Perlis is a peaceful village, where planting paddy is the main source of income. The village is located close to Kangar, the capital of Perlis, separated only by a series of hills. Among the activities that visitors can try at the homestay are: traditional kite-flying, planting paddy, fishing and caving. There are also cultural performances such as 'nasyid' singing and the traditional Malay wedding ceremony, as well as craft and cooking demonstrations.
Homestay Paya Guring, Arau, PERLIS
02600 Arau Perlis
Coordinator: En. Romle Bin Hj. Hassan
Kampung Paya Guring located in Pauh, its local economies are mainly agriculture based in rubber tapping and planting paddy. The unique selling point of Kampung Paya Guring is most homestay owner has their own fruit orchard farm; for homestay experiences in the orchard farm try Kampung Paya Guring, you will get to try abundant of local fruits during the fruits season from July to September every year.
Homestay Felda Mata Air, Padang Besar, PERLIS
Felda Mata Ayer 02100 Padang Besar Perlis
Coordinator: Pn. Mah,hasa bt. Chik
Felda Mata Air is located in the northern state of Perlis, its border with Thailand. Distance from Felda Mata Air is 38 km to the Kangar and Padang Besar is the distance to 7 km. The name was taken from a large hole that existed on the foot hill called Bukit Mata Air. Among the activities that are available here are; Cat fish farming, making crystal bracelets, mushroom farming, poultry rearing, rubber tapping & visit to local cottage industries.
Homestay Kampung Jeruju, Alor Setar
PPK F II, MADA Jerlun, 06150 Air Hitam, Kedah
Coordinator: Tn. Hj. Jaafar Ahmad
Jeruju Village takes after the name of the Jeruju plant which was used in traditional medicine. Among the specialties available at Jeruju Village Homestay are marriage customs and ceremonies, traditional cake processing, art presentation and traditional games. Besides that, tour to historical places such as Keriang Hill, Kuala Muda Fort and former Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad’s birthplace are available upon request.
Homestay Relau, Bandar Baharu
Bandar Baharu, Kulim Persatuan Homestay Relau, Lot 1064, Sri Impian Relau, Kedah
Coordinator: En. Abd. Razak Abd Hamid
Located at the district of Bandar Baharu, Relau Village is a small traditional Malay rural township in the Southern-most part of Kedah Darul Aman, it’s surrounded by lush green hills with unspoilt natural beauty giving the town an extra edge over other rural locations in Kedah. Most of the host family are farmers, many of whom still practice traditional agricultural and farming methods.
Homestay Kampung Raga, Yan
Homestay Kampung Raga, No 409F Kampung Raga 06900 Yan, Kedah
Coordinator: En. Mohd Saad Bin A. Hamid
Kampung Raga is located about 1.5 kms from Pekan Yan. Famous for its local fruit products, the village is selected as an Agro Tourism destination. The village is also blessed with a beautiful river and the Titi Hayun waterfall, a favourite destination for picnic. During the fruit seasons, that is between June till August, you can taste all the seasonal fruits such as rambutans, salak, nangka, cempedak, langsat, buah rambai, duku , manggis and durian in the orchards.
Homestay Desa Keda Ulu Legong, Baling
Pejabat 4P Desa Keda Ulu Legong 09100 Baling, Kedah
Coordinator: En. Mohd Akhir B Ismail
This village is located about 6km from Pekan Kampung Lalang and 19km from Pekan Baling. It is a resettlement village under the Traditional Town and Village Development programme. The village started in 1985 and at that time there were communist militants who threatened the local residents who were resettled in this village. The village has won many accolades and awards being one of the most beautiful villages in Baling and in the State of Kedah.
2D1N from MYR120 per person | 3D2N Group Package from MYR150 per person (min 10pax)
Homestay Desa Wang Tok Rendong (WTR), Langkawi
Perumahan KEDA Wang Tok Rendong Jalan Air Hangat 07000 Kuah, Langkawi Kedah
Coordinator: En Che Rus Bin Saad
This village is located on the beautiful island of Langkawi, one of the most popular island destinations in Malaysia. Some of the activities offered here are welcome reception, cultural show, a visit to see a sea-cucumber factory, marble craft, a visit to major local attractions (Perdana Gallery, Craft Complex, a ride on the cable car, Mahsuri Tomb), shopping in Kuah, trekking at Telaga Bijih, Bakau Adventure, fishing and making traditional local delicacies.
Homestay Kampung Pulau Tuba, Langkawi
Kampung Teluk Berembang 07000 Langkawi Kedah
Coordinator: En Abu Bakar Bin Man
Pulau Tuba is one among the 3 islands in Langkawi that is inhibited by people. This island occupies an area of about 20 square kilometres and consists of 5 fishing villages. Pulau Tuba is also known as "Pulau Islam" as all of its 3000 people are Muslims. You will experience village stay with fisherman and farmers of this legendary island, learn their daily routines, Malays' cultures and traditions. The main route to Pulau Tuba is from Kuah Jetty in Langkawi Island, a distance of 25 minutes boat ride by normal passenger boat. Activities : A welcome reception, fishing, exploring Pregnant Maiden Island, Singa Island and Beras Island, a visit to Langkawi Geopark, a chance to witness the process of making salted fish and belacan (salted fishcakes), demonstration on making handicrafts and traditional delicacies.
2D1N from MYR120 per person | 3D2N Group Package from MYR150 per person (min 10pax)
Homestay Kampung Bukit Tangga, Langkawi
Lot 10, Kampung Bukit Tangga 07000 Langkawi Kedah
Coordinator: En Saad Bin Long
This Homestay is near paddy field located in Langkawi Island, its only 5 min from the airport or 25 min from Kuah Jetty, situated right in the middle of Padang Matsirat & Kuah Town, nearby Langkawi Cable Car, Pantai Cenang & many other tourist attractions. You will experience cool weather here as this Homestay is located on a hill. Guests can enjoy jogging in a hilly village atmosphere in the morning & evening. Activities : A welcome reception, a visit to major local attractions (Perdana Gallery, Craft Complex, a ride on the cable car, Mahsuri Tomb) and shopping in Kuah.
2D1N from MYR120 per person | 3D2N Group Package from MYR150 per person (min 10pax)
Homestay Mengkuang Titi, Bukit Mertajam
Mo. 679, Mk. 19, Mengkuang Titi, 14000 Bkt. Mertajam, Sbg. Perai
Coordinator: Rohaizat Bin Hj. Othman
East of Butterworth in Penang near Bukit Mertajam, lies a clusters of villages called Mengkuang Titi, named after a riverbank plant Mengkuang whose serrated leaves are processed and woven into mats. Titi, meaning bridge, identifies this particular village as it centres on the small bridge across the Mengkuang River that runs through the village. The folks here are spoiled for choice when it comes to night and farmer’s markets. Within a 4km radius of the village, there are four night markets held on four different days of the week. And all four markets take pride in offering the freshest produce - from newly caught fish and crabs to variety of fruits.
Homestay Jalan Baru, Penang
349 Mk. D, Jalan Bharu 11000 Balik Pulau, Pulau Pinang
Coordinator: Hj. Zainol Bin Hj. Ahmad
Kampung Jalan Baru Homestay will be an unique opportunity for visitors to experience traditions like no other. Experience village life, from staying in a typical Malay stilt house to feasting on an array of delicacies, and vibrant culture. Amid the serenity and wonderful memories, you’ll discover that this pleasurable experience will be one that you’ll never forget
Homestay Sungai Semilang, Penang
2254, Sungai Semilang Juru, 14000 Bukit Mertajam, Pulau Pinang
Coordinator: Shamsuddin Bin Ahmad
For a true taste of a homestay experience, head on down to the Sg. Semilang homestay where a variety of exciting happenings and things await you. Sg. Semilang takes its name from the cat fishes – ikan sembilang, which are in abundance in the river within this village.
Homestay Bukit Gantang, Taiping
Pejabat Penyelaras Homestay Jalan Kuala Kangsar 34850 Changkat Jering
Coordinator: Encik Manaf/Pn. Robitah
Bukit Gantang is rich in history and wealthy in tin mines. It has grown from a small village to a bustling area full of activity. Even though the area has been developed, traditional cultural practices are still alive here. Experience homestay with the locals, feeding chickens, tour the village on a bicycle. Get up early in the morning to tap rubber, or see the process of making 'asam gelugor'. Other activities include visits to the local museum and an eco natural hot springs treatment.
Homestay Kampung Beng, Lenggong
Pejabat Daerah dan Tanah Lenggong 33400 Lenggong
Coordinator: Penghulu Ibrahim Rasdi Bin Ali
Kampung Beng is located in Hulu Perak, a traditional kampung on the banks of Chenderoh Lake, inhabited by 198 families. Kampung Beng is the largest floating kampung settlement in Perak where motorboat is the main mode of transport. Most of the 4,000 hectare kampung settlement is covered by lakes and mountainous areas with thick jungles. Tourists can sample the kampung lifestyle complete with lake tours, fishing and playing with tame deer.
Homestay KLAH, Sungkai
Pejabat Felda Sg. Klah 35600 Sungkai, Perak
Coordinator: En. Mustapa Bin Ahmad
This Homestay situated in one of the oldest Oil Palm plantations in the country, formed in 1961, you will be served their homemade “Klah Juice” a drink made from the Green Guava and their desserts made of Sweet Tapioca. You can trek to the waterfall located at the foot of Titiwangsa Range, pick fresh local fruits straight from their orchards and eat ; tour to the Hotspring Recreational Park and wildlife watching at the Sungkai Wildlife Reserve.
Homestay Banghuris, Sepang
Coordinator: Tuan Hj Basir bin Wagiman
Banghuris Homestay is located in Sepang, approximately 60 kilometres (45 minutes) from the capital of Kuala Lumpur. The name Banghuris represents three villages of Kampung Bukit Bangkong, Kampung Hulu Chuchuh and Kampung Hulu Teris. With a population of over 3,000 people, this colourful rural community will surely leave a lasting impression on you. We encourage you to fill up your days with a number of activities; the fun is in doing, not just seeing!
Homestay Dorani, Sungai Besar
Pusat Homestay Parit Satu Sg. Haji Dorani, Sungai Besar 45300 Sabak Bernam
Coordinator: En. Abd Rahman Daud
Located in Selangor, a journey from Kuala Lumpur to Dorani Homestay Village takes about one hour. Fishing is one of the main activities in this area; one can try their skill at fishing by the paddy fields -- the traditional way. Other main attractions for tourists include fire flies observation and crab hunt at the mangrove swamps that is abound in the village vicinity. For those wanting to savour the laid-back life of the villagers, relax and unwind while feasting the eyes at the beauty of Mother Nature.
Homestay Sungai Sireh, Kuala Selangor
Kampung PT, 1, Sg Sireh 45500 Tanjung Karang, Kuala Selangor
Coordinator: En. Salamat bin Surib
Sungai Sireh is located along the coastal trunk road leading from Klang to Tanjong Karang. Just 5 km after Tanjong Karang town heading north (towards the town of Sekinchan), is a right turn with the unmistakable signboard “Sungai Sireh Homestay”. This idyllic village sits smack in the middle of Malaysia’s important rice grower community. Surrounded by acres of paddy land, Sungai Sireh is certainly a sight to behold, what more to experience. A picturesque water for paddy irrigation and the fruits orchards that dotted the countryside.
Homestay Parit Penghulu, Sungai Rambai
KM 32, Kg. Parit Penghulu Sungai Rambai 77400 Melaka
Coordinator: En. Suparman bin Abu
Kampung Parit Penghulu is located in Sungai Rambai in the District of Jasin, directly on the border of Melaka – Johor. There are plenty to do here, catching eel, weaving ketupat casing, walking at Paddy fields ... feel the Breeze open water and wet your feet at the Muddy field. Meal are served malay style – sit cross legged with no spoon or fork and the menu are full of spices and chillies – extra hot! By the way, this is probably the only homestay with WIFI internet connection throughout the whole village.
Homestay Seri Tanjung, Masjid Tanah
Lorong 1, Kg. Seri Tanjung Masjid Tanah 78300 Melaka
Coordinator: En. Mohd Yusof Bin Saleh
Experience the essence of village life in Seri Tanjung, twice winner of National beautiful competition. The village is in Alor Gajah district, situated at 24km away from Malacca Historic City. Visitors will surely be struck by the beauty of living in harmony with nature, with traditional houses tucked loosely among coconut trees and a variety of greeneries. If the visit coincides with local fruits season, visitors will be able to pluck these delicacies right from the trees.
Homestay Kampung Alai, Melaka
KM. 7.6, Jalan Hj. Said, Kampung Alai, 75460 Melaka.
Coordinator: En. Akramuddin Bin Hj. Abd. Aziz
Located about 8 km south of Melaka town on the road leading to Johor and 16 km from Merlimau town, the kampung originally got her name from a tree called 'Alai'. There are about 500 houses with a population of more than 2000 people. Kampung Alai is well known for its "Kompang" group, a traditional Malay musical greeting played on special occasions.
Homestay Lonek, Batu Kikir
No. 10, Kg. Lonek 72200 Batu Kikir Negeri Sembilan
Coordinator: Pn. Hjh. Badariah Bt Ahmad
Located nearby pekan Batu Kikir, in Jempol district, Kampung Lonek, once a champion for the most beautiful village competition, is home to a group of industrious folks who work the paddy fields, tend to fruit orchards and run several small industries producing handicrafts made of rattan, pandan, mengkuang and bamboo. For food lover... you will enjoy the juicy taste of dragon fruit freshly from farm, eating gulai masak lomak cili padi daging salai or ayam kampung and sayur pucuk masak tempoyak.
Homestay Pelegong, Seremban
Koperasi Homestay Pelegong Sdn. Bhd No.3 Anjung Bestari Kg. Pelegong Batu 8 71900 Labu, Negeri Sembilan
Coordinator: En. Abd Latif b Shaharuddin
Wake up to the authenticity of 'kampung' life, listen to the sounds of cockerels greeting a new day, breathe in the crisp fresh air and look forward to the simple pleasures of life -- collect your own eggs from the coop, learn to tap a rubber tree, enjoy an icy cold dip in the nearby river before trying your hand at fishing or baking delicious Malay cakes. If you are the outdoor type, you'll enjoy a good trek into the lush rainforest and discover cascading waterfalls and crystal clear streams.
Homestay Pachitan, Port Dickson
Kompleks Felda Serting Hilir 72120 Bandar Seri Jempol Negeri Sembilan
Coordinator: Cik Mastura Bt Ahmad
Kampung Pachitan was originally formed in 1922 by groups of settlers from the nearby Indonesian island of Java. It is the only homestay village in Malaysia still maintaining traditional Javanese culture and heritage. It is located on the western side of Peninsular Malaysia, near Port Dickson and the Straits of Malacca.
Homestay Felda Semenchu, Kota Tinggi, JOHOR
271, Blok 12,Felda Semenchu, 81900 Kota Tinggi, Johor
Coordinator: Hj Omar Bin Dean
Felda Semenchu Homestay is located about 80 km from Johor Bahru and Singapore. It is 42 km from Kota Tinggi town on the way to Desaru/ Tanjung Balau in Johor. This unique homestay program is a golden opportunity to experience the culture of the Johor Malays. Join in the many activities with the locals such as traditional Malay dances kuda kepang, or play gasing (traditional top) and congkak. Visit places of attractions as well as an educational visit to an oil palm estate. Accommodation at foster family's home with breakfast, lunch and dinner. Activities : A visit to cottage industry factories (yoghurt and coconut jelly desert), cultural performances, a top spinning show and a game of petanque and learning how to make handicraft items from recycled newspapers.
Homestay Sri Gunung Pulai, Johor Bahru, JOHOR
Kg.Sri Gunung Pulai, 81000 Johor Bahru, Johor
Coordinator: En.Juman Bin Wagiman
The village of Gunung Sri Pulai, a typical model of the Malay “kampung” is nestled at the foot of Gunung Pulai, about 30 minutes away from Johor Bahru. The village is unperturbed by rapid modernization and maintains the quaint, Malay village character. Relax and take your time to enjoy the beautiful scenery while mingling with the locals.
Homestay Parit Bugis, Batu Pahat, JOHOR
NO.171, Parit No. 4, Jalan Yusof 83600 Semerah Batu Pahat, Johor
Coordinator: Hj Saifudin Mohd Kadak
It is believed that the village was established in 1909 by the Bugis, who started off by planting rubber trees there. As the soil was not suitable for the crop, the Bugis moved. Later, new settlers from Ponorogo in Java came and started planting coconuts, which continues until today. The cottage industry is well-developed; there are pandan leaf mats, wood-carvings, coconut shell souvenirs, banana and tapioca crackers, tempe (fermented soya bean), cakar ayam, kuih garam, coconut sugar and more. You can enjoy a shopping spree of a different kind when you come to this village.
Activities : A fun filled telematch (ketupat weaving, top spinning and kite making), a traditional musical instrument demonstration, a demonstration on making bahulu (a traditional cake) and coconut sugar, cultural performances (zapin, kuda kepang, gamelan and barongan), a visit to a Mas Cotek (local herb) herbal factory, an oil palm plantation, a banana farm, a tapioca farm, a pineapple farm and coconut shell craft centre.
Homestay Desa Murni, Temerloh
No. 7, Bangunan PKNP Desa Murni, 28010 Kerdau, Temerloh
Coordinator: Tuan Haji Sahariman Bin Hamdan
Homestay Desa Murni is the Homestay Pioneer with 40-hectare of settlement located in Jalan Temerloh to Jerantut in Pahang. The villages are a 15 minute drive from the town of Temerloh, and about 120 kilometres or a 90 minute drive from Kuala Lumpur. Desa Murni is well provided with all necessary facilities such as roads, mini markets, schools and telephone accessibilities. You will also be exposed to the various cottage industries such as the making of snack, chilli sauce and you will witness the talents of locals in turning rattan and straw into fine handicraft products.
Homestay Sungai Pasu, Raub
Pejabat Tanah & Daerah 27600 Raub, Pahang
Coordinator: Pn. Sumi Ngah Dimi
Just 13 km from Raub lies another recreation centre, Sungai Pasu Recreation Centre. Located in the village of Sungai Pasu, the centre boasts of natural lake, lush greenery and freshwater fish pond. One of the locations for the local homestay programme, Sungai Pasu has won the title as the cleanest and most beautiful village in Pahang a few times.
Homestay Kampung Baru Salong, Pekan
Balai Penghulu, Mukim Penyor 1 26600 Pekan
Coordinator: Tuan Haji Bakri Bin Abu Talib
Kampung Salong is situated on the southern bank of the Pahang River 50 km south of Kuantan, Pekan is the royal town of Pahang state. As one of the villages in the sub-district of Penyor, Pekan, this village is easily accessible by roads. Pekan offers a variety of delicious food. Being a Royal Town, Pekan enjoys the best kuih-muih (Malay delicacies) which is prepared by the same people or their descendants who used to prepare the same delicacies for the palace. Other special dishes of Pekan include the 'roti naik', “murtabak”, nasi dagang, kuih bakar and ikan bakar.
Homestay Kampung Pasir Raja, Dungun
Bahagian Pembasmi Kemiskinan KETENGAH Karung Berkunci No. 3 23409 Bandar Al-Muktafi Billah Shah Dungun, Terengganu
Coordinator: En. Ramli
Kampung Pasir Raja is a Malay traditional village that still retain its heritage like Malay saying ‘Tak lapuk dek hujan, tak lekang dek panas’. Kampung Pasir Raja is known as a remote traditional village situated very closely to Titiwangsa Mountain Range. You can choose to do a homestay at Kampung Pasir Raja when you happen to visit the place and then from there, you can walk to Bumbung Raja to witness yourself the peacefulness of the riverside. There's another place where you can visit as well when you stay in Kampung Pasir Raja which is the Cemerong Waterfall.
Activities : A welcome reception, a host of recreational village activities (tumbuk emping, gasing pangkah, mandi sapat, berakit), a visit to Chemerong Waterfall and a cultural show.
Homestay Kampung RHU 10, Setiu
Persatuan Nelayan Kawasan Setiu, Lot 6494. Kampung Rhu 10, 22120 Setiu, Terengganu
Coordinator: Puan Pauzian
In Kampung Rhu 10, you get to enjoy your stay with the fishermen as most of the families here earn a living by fishing. This is the place you should come to if you are curious on the lifestyle. A range of activities will be carried out with these families. Kampung Rhu 10 can cater to approximately 80 people at a time in their 40 units of homestay. Here, you get to enjoy the harmonious living lifestyle together with these families as well as participating in a line of activities lining up for you. You even get to witness their daily fishing life as well as enjoying the performances at night.
Homestay Kampung Teluk Ketapang, Kuala Terengganu
7672-B, Kg. Teluk Ketapang, 21300 Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu
Coordinator: En. Kamal/En Azmi
Kampung Teluk Ketapang ( Teluk Ketapang Village ) is located on the north of Kuala Terengganu town. This village is accessible by land and water. It is not an island but located on the other side of Terengganu River. It is a modern fishing village, you can try making of Keropok (Fish sausages and fish crackers), Belacan ( shrimp paste ) and Budu ( Fish sauce ); experience some traditional games like Cak Kekok Kaki Ayam, Silat ( Martial Art ) and local dances such as Ulek Mayang, Zapin. You can also visit the famous traditional Boat Making island in Pulau Duyung and Terengganu Museum.
Homestay Nelayan Pantai Suri, Tumpat, KELANTAN
Coordinator: En. Ramly bin Ibrahim
Greeted by a dozen ducks, is a pleasant surprise as one sets foot on dry land at Pantai Suri Village. Goats and sheep wander aimlessly. Everything seems peaceful and very laidback. The journey to the small island of Kampung Pantai Suri is a 20 minutes’ boat ride. The fishing village sits at the estuary of the Kelantan River near Tumpat, near the South China Sea. Get a glimpse of the life of the villagers’, most of whom are fishermen, as they go out to sea early in the morning. Try a hand at making the crunchy kuih sepit or savour the mouth-watering local delicacy, kerabu nipah and play congkak with locals. Life is simple, and this is Pantai Suri at its best.
Homestay Renok Baru, Gua Musang, KELANTAN
Coordinator: En. Ab. Razak bin Hasan
Bite into the delicious and mouth-watering pekasam, a local delicacy made with fish preserved in bits of salt and fried glutinous rice, is eaten with relish by the locals with bare hands for a more authentic eating experience. Check out the village’s bountiful herb produce - leaves of misai kucing (orthosiphon stamineus), harvested to make a special brew. It is highly prized as a drink to strengthen the body’s defense system and has been traditionally drunk by Malays for centuries. The village also holds some special surprises for craft enthusiasts, as they specially make their own vases, baskets and household decorations from bits of old newspapers!
Homestay Seterpa, Kota Bharu, KELANTAN
Coordinator: Dr. Mohamed Saat bin Hj Ismail/ Cik Azmahnorani Binti Mat Jusoh
The whisper of ripening paddy fields swaying gently in the wind greets visitors, as they step into Kampung Seterpa. Located only 16 kilometers from Kota Bharu in Kelantan, it’s the nearest homestay village to the city centre. Sip a coconut to quench your thirst, served with traditional pastries ‘tepung pelita’ and local fruit, jambu air. Make a date with the farmers to explore the village with its many interesting activities or even try a hand at paddy farming! On a windy day, fly a colourful wau (kite) while running across the paths to the paddy fields. Collect freshwater snails, see the mischievous monkeys pick coconut or dance to the tunes of the ancient ‘dikir barat’!
Homestay Misompuru, Kudat
Kampong Minyak, W. D. T. No. 260, 89059 KUDAT, SABAH.
Coordinator: Encik Jeffry Yahya
Home of the ‘Tip of Borneo’, Kudat is approximately 3 hours drive away from Kota Kinabalu. Located in the north of Borneo, it is extremely rich in culture and tradition—as well as coconuts! Kudat is also the home of the Rungus people, some of whom are still dwelling in traditional longhouses, one-village, one-industry kampongs specializing in gong-making, bead-making, and honey bee-rearing. Some of the best secluded beaches in Malaysia are also nestled in Kudat.
Homestay Walai Tokou, Kundasang
Kampong Sinisian, KUNDASANG, P.O. Box No. 594, 89308 RANAU.
Coordinator: Encik Kohadie Watiman
This mountainous district enjoys a cool temperature all year round. Just 10 minutes away, the Kinabalu Park—a World Heritage Site is the starting point in climbing the majestic Mount Kinabalu. The Walai Tokou Homestay at Kampung Sinisian is only a stone throw away from Kundasang Town. Be warmly welcomed by traditional dances and a Paku Dita drink as you arrive. Visitors might also want to check out the Kundasang War Memorial and take a hot bath at the Poring Hot springs.
Homestay Miso Walai, Kinabatangan
(Kampong Batu Puteh) Koperasi Pelancongan Batu Puteh Kinabatangan, PPM 538, Elopura, 90000 SANDAKAN.
Coordinator: Encik Mohd. Hasim Abd. Hamid / Puan Asiah Arpah
One of the great lures to Sabah is the fascinating Lower Kinabatangan region where five distinct habitats can be found—waterlogged and dry forests saline and freshwater swamps and limestone forests—which support some of the most diverse concentrations of wildlife in Borneo. Another amazing feature is the oxbow lakes, crescent-shaped lakes created by the river’s changing course. Many of the villages here are found along the riverbanks, which mean more boat rides for visitors.
Homestay Kampung Benuk, Kuching
Jln Puncak Borneo Padawan 93250 Kuching, Sarawak.
Coordinator: Cr. Isabel Julau Mejat
Benuk, 34km from Kuching City is the nearest Homestay for visitors or tourist who wish to experience life in a traditional Bidayuh longhouse. The attractions include the Museum housing unique Bidayuh culture, Bamboo bridge walk and Orang Utan Rehabilitation Center nearby the village.
Homestay Santubong, Kuching
Hjh Jamilah Shukri
Coordinator: D/A 157e, Jln Satok 93400 Kuching, Sarawak
Santubong Homestay is located within the serenity of Kampung Santubong, which is a small fishing village, located about 42 kilometers from Kuching City. Presently, there are more than 2000 villagers residing in this area. The legendary Mount Santubong and the mysterious Sultan Tengah Tomb are among the famous landmarks found around the village.
Homestay ABAS, Kuching
Kg. Panglima Seman Lama 93050, Kuching, Sarawak
Coordinator: Hj Mahmud Sabli
Kampung Panglima Seman Lama (ABAS Homestay) is a Malay village on the North Bank of the Sarawak River in the heart of Kuching City. The nearby attractions include Fort Margherita and the State Legislative Assembly Complex; hand on experience in making handicraft and embroidery as well as learning Silat performance.