Photographer's Note

The staircase at the right corner is made by a trunk, it is a suprise visiting to this cultural village.
The Mari-Mari Cultural Village is located about 25 minutes away from the Kota Kinabalu city.

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Since ancient age, humans was adapted to live at caves and plain, and after a long period our ancestors was mastered the tecniques to built simply houses.

Cultural village is an idea place for tourists who like to study multi cultures, living styles and histories of different races.

Built with bamboos, woods/ trunks and leaves, houses of indigenous and minorities are still very traditional, however we can find common and different characteristics between houses of indigenous and minorities . This type of houses not only can be found at Malaysia, but also at some neighbour countries, even at US, for example - the Chamorro Cultures.

Related Link :-
The Andamanese

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