Performance & Art


The air-conditioned theatre is where the Sarawak Cultural Village’s award-winning dancers and musicians present their famous multi-cultural performances. Spectacular costumes and elegant dance routines provide an entertaining and enjoyable introduction to Sarawak’s ethnic groups and their cultures. Our dance troupe brings fame to the land, creating awes and gasps from Australia to the Americas and across the globe.

Charming Orang Ulu maidens following the pattern of the hornbills or the rugged Iban warrior performing the ngajat, shield in hand, dancing with the rhythm of deep gongs and rainforest musical instruments.

Experience it yourself at Sarawak Cultural Village. There are two cultural performances each day, morning show at 11:30 am and afternoon show at 4:00 pm.


Persada Alam at the waterfall area serves the guests with interactive performances by the artistes of Sarawak Cultural Village which include fashion shows, folk songs, jamming sessions and many more.

At the same time, the Persada Alam is also a perfect venue to organize business meeting – “Creative outdoor meeting with natural green surroundings”. Guests can enjoy their day with varieties of local tea on sale at the Tea Pavilion.


Whilst many of us are familiar with stone-age legacies such as those at Niah or Stonehenge, there is now a new, modern stone Sculpture Park right here in Sarawak! Located in the internationally acclaimed Sarawak Cultural Village (SCV), the modern stone sculptures are a legacy of the first Batu Sarawak.

In the year 2003, the International Stone Sculptors Camp was held in SCV. Under the skillful hands of a group of international and local sculptors, the native stones of Damai were given a new lease of life as they were transformed into works of art.

Furthermore, each piece of the stone art is a reflection of the sculptor’s expression and perception on his/her experience and surrounding. Indeed, the Sculpture Park adds a new dimension to the Cultural Village. To truly appreciate the myriad and varied techniques used by the sculptors, a first-hand view of this rock art is required.