The Sarawak homestay accommodation in a Dayak home provides comfort, with friendly hosts who are happy to introduce you to friends and other locals.

Located in northwest Borneo, Sarawak is a fusion of fascinating tribal cultures and thick jungled highlands. It is home to 2.4 million people which comprises roughly of 27 main ethnic groups like the Dayak, Melanau and Bidayuh, still in existence, each with its own language, traditions and way of life.

Choose to stay with a local Dayak family when you are planning your holiday in Sarawak. It is the perfect opportunity to learn the rich history of the many tribes; listen to the stories of the bygone headhunting days and taste authentic traditional food prepared by your host family. Spend the day with the children in the homestay area, they’ll take you for a quick jump at the nearby rivers, go kite-flying, or they’ll even invite you for a game of soccer with their friends.

As for nature lovers, Sarawak  boasts of amazing national parks such as the Bako National Park, Bako National Park – Home to the Orang Utans, Gunung Gading National Park – Home to the World’s largest flower ‘The Rafflesia”,  and the Gunung Mulu National Park – A UNESCO World Heritage site.

There is a wide range of nature based activities and eco-tourism from bird watching, jungle trekking, mountain climbing, diving and snorkeling, cave exploration and 4×4 driving here in Sarawak.

Choose to experience Sarawak at its authentic, stay with a local family.

The Dayak homestay host families look forward to welcoming you into their homes, and their hearts.