We’ll drive 3 hours from Kuala Lumpur to a traditional Semai village, where we’ll stay in huts built by our native friends. Guided by the local experts, we'll learn to weave accessories used for the Semai’s spiritual dances, practice shooting the traditional Semai hunting blowpipe and swim in a nearby river, just like the local do. Our meals will be a feast of indigenous dishes to be had in one of their homes. On day two, we’ll hike one to two hours into the rainforest to search for the rafflesia flower, one of the largest on earth. Finally, we’ll swim in the cold waters of a nearby secluded waterfall. **For a 3Days 2Nights Adventure >> airbnb.com/experiences/1238383 **To Discover Natives of Mount Kinabalu >> airbnb.com/experiences/1248574
I first visited the village in late 2016 to meet with one of the leaders of their Eco-tourism initiative, which happens to be the tribe name of the natives here, the SEMAI people. From personal experience and alike most of the indigenous people in Peninsular Malaysia, they are naturally shy people. But as we kept the friendship and built trust through a few concerted efforts of organizing trips here, they have slowly embraced us like family. Our Semai friends, we are well on our way to INSPIRE others to travel and adventure while EMPOWERING the local communities we work with. I co-organize this with another Adventure Organizer, Jennyfer! She's of an even smaller native tribe originating from Borneo, the Kenyah people.
1 早餐, 1 晚餐, 1 午餐, 點心
水, 茶, 咖啡
Creative supplies, 戶外裝備
Kuala Lumpur Sentral Station
每項探險體驗都遵守行業守則。 我們與深耕探險旅行的業界領導組織「探險旅遊同業協會」(Adventure Travel Trade Association；ATTA) 合作，為Airbnb探險制定最佳作法與安全標準。
最多8人參加，年齡須滿4歲。 這項探險體驗屬於中等強度活動。 Please take note that there will be no cellphone coverage in the village and no electricity at the hut.
Sleeping Bag & Yoga Mat (if you have) - for extra comfort
Accommodations are basic with 2 outside toilets and we'll be staying in jungle huts built by our native friends. Also please take note there's no electricity and phone connectivity.
Experience Life in a Native Village