|Some of the 2015 RWMF Performers|
|Bargou 08 from Tunesia at the RWMF|
|Enkh Jargal or EPI from Mongolia|
|Mah Meri from Selangor, Malaysia|
|Ndima from Congo|
|Sangpuy from Taiwan|
When the musician talks, he frequently uses natural metaphors like insects, rivers and trees to get his point across.
|Sona Jobarteh from Gambia|
|The Sarawak Tourism Board CEO (4th from left), staff, supporters and performers at the media preview in Kuala Lumpur on the 13th July.|
Hotels Near Rainforest World Music Festival
There are in fact quite a number of Hotels near the RWMF but you need to check and see which of them have available rooms as it is most likely all fully booked. There are a number of guest houses in the Petrajaya as well, but I would safely say that you would stand a better chance at getting a hotel in the Kuching city area.
If you are staying in Kuching area and have extra time, you may also want to know what to do in Kuching as there are many attractions and things to do here. A must try is taking a Sarawak River Cruise from the Waterfront area. And for those who are into food, a recommendation is to try eating the local food in Kuching as it is one of a kind too. The famous Sarawakian dishes are Kolo Mee and the Sarawak Laksa.
Other than that, over at the Sarawak Cultural Village where the venue is, there are ample activities for adults and kids, a craft bazaar, various food stalls and souvenirs available for festival goers.
Remember, the festival is held over three days and I will most likely be there to attend this. One of the main reasons is also to see the many interesting world music artists, bands and groups perform for this years RWMF 2015.