In this article, I would like to inform my readers that there are a lot of pictures as I could not help but share the beauty of this place and my personal experience with everyone reading this.
|Sign to the Mari Mari Cultural Village|
|Traditional rope bridge|
|Traditional Kadzandusun house|
|Traditional Rungus Longhouse|
Heading further down the Rungus Longhouse, we came across a group of Rungus boys practicing their traditional musical instruments which were all made from bamboo or wood. It was quite amazing to hear the ethnic Rungus tunes they played for us while we observed carefully.
|Beautiful waterfalls here|
Ticket prices for Mari Mari;
Malaysians - Adult RM130.00 Children (5-11) RM100.00
Non-Malaysians - Adult RM150.00 (USD$32) Children (5-11) RM130.00 (USD$28)
Ticket packages include:
Getting to Mari Mari:
What to bring:
Mosquito Repellent and a Poncho or Umbrella. Proper walking shoes are encouraged while photography here is simply amazing.
Suitable for Kids?
Yes. Very educational and informative. Well laid paths with toilets and rest areas through the cultural village.
Contact details for Mari Mari Cultural Village;
Traverse Tours Sdn Bhd (KPL 3505)
Wisma Sabah, Lot 227-229, 2nd Floor
Jalan Tun Fuad Stephen
88000 Kota Kinabalu,
Telephone: 088-260501, 088-260502