The Anna Rais longhouse is a Bidayuh settlement about 100km south of Kuching, near the mountains marking the border to Kalimantan, as the Indonesian part of Borneo is called. The Bidayuhs are a local tribe of Sarawak and are mainly farmers engaging in the cultivation of corn, rice, pepper, cocoa and local vegetables for their own consumption as well as for sale at the local city markets. The Anna Rais longhouse lies in an area with mountains covered with rainforests and isolated rural communities. The houses of the settlement are built with a mix of traditional and modern materials.The roofs are mostly made of corrugated tin. People have TVs, refrigerators, DVD players and so on. The Anna Rais longhouse is easily accessible by road. The entrance fee is RM 8
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