Here comes the third post of my Sarawak tour visit. Previous post covers about the city tour, now comes another different sights of Sarawak. During the three days tour, I had an opportunity to visit Lan E Tuyang Homestay, located at Bau, Sarawak, 45 minutes drive from Kuching city.
这是我的第三篇关于砂劳越的游记。之前的只是写关于城市里的游览，这次带给大家看看砂劳越州的另一面。在这3天游览中，我有机会去到位于Bau，砂拉越的Lan E Tuyang民宿参观。从Kuching市区，这地方需要45分钟车程。
It is a very simple wooden bamboo house, made with natural ingredients, all from the nature.
This is called bunga jarau. Made from the wood. When they cut into long tiny sheets, it curls naturally. The indigenous people use it as a decoration in the house.
这东西叫bunga jarau. 用木所制。他们把它切成长长的一条条，它就会自然卷起来。原住民用它作为屋内装饰。
Here comes the blonde xo
The pillar that made using the tree.
The floor made using bamboo. I felt weird when walking on it, may be I scared I slipped my feet into the gap xoxo
The art at the wall
Art piece on tree bark
It is a traditional fishing device made using bamboo.
A very special lamp
One of the room
If you like to experience the life here, you can opt to stay here for a night. It's a very simple room but clean overall.
Sape (musical instrument) making workshop
Sape, the musical instrument by the indigenous people
Matthew Ngau Jau, Sape player master! I'm so in love with the music he plays with the sape. He is a very talented player. He said he learnt to play sape himself without instructor! If you went Rainforest World Music Festival before, you sure know who is he!
Matthew Ngau Jau, Sape 乐器大师！当他在拿起Sape乐器自弹自唱的时候，我好陶醉在其中。他说他是无师自通的！若你曾经去过Rainforest World Music Festival，那么你肯定知道他是谁！
Next, we went to a place for a thanksgiving ceremony.
While waiting for the ceremony to start, I saw the indigenous people wearing a very special hat. So I get one and try ^^
I saw another very nice hat ^^
Trying on my head...nice?
The indigenous people practice animisme. In old days, they used human's blood as offering now they using animal's blood instead for the thanksgiving ceremony.
Part of the ingredients they using
Before sacrifice the animal, they clean the animal with river water.
the 'plate' made using leaf
They are really eco-friendly!
I was given a can of Tsingtao beer to enjoy during the hot sunny day!
We are given their homemade rice wine to try
yeah taste good!
Then Matthew presents us with a song again ^^
过后Matthew 又在为我们呈现一曲 ^^
He is from Ulu tribe
Along with Ngajat dance
He is Iban
Till here for my sharing, tomorrow I fly to Kota Kinabalu, Sabah for an event. Stay tune for more update and follow my instagram if you interested with my recent updates throughout the trip.