Sarawak Cultural Village is a popular tourist attraction in Sarawak. It is found at the foot of the mountain in the mountains, and the natural forest area is like a real museum, allowing visitors to view the multiculturalism of Sarawak. The cultural village has beautiful scenery. The village has constructed traditional longhouses and various styles of seven major ethnic groups such as Ulu, Punan and Malano in Sarawak. Many of the buildings are made of salt wood, plus bamboo, rattan and ya leaves. The original material was constructed to give the impression of an original village. In this "live museum", you can see displays of handicraft production and dance and music performances of various ethnic groups.