Get to see big apes living freely in the forests coming to be fed either in the morning or afternoon. Semenggoh is the Wildlife Department’s rehabilitation centre for orang utan which have been kept (illegally) in captivity. When first returned to the forest they still need to be fed, and will come to specific feeding areas for bananas and milk twice daily.
The traditions of the Bidayuh (Land Dayak) who live around Kuching have many differences with the Iban ( Sea Dayak) culture. The most obvious is the “head house”: while the Iban kept their trophy skulls on the communal veranda (the ‘ruai’), the Bidayah constructed a round head-house. The head-house was the home of the unmarried men, and women were forbidden to enter.