GOMBAK INDIGENOUS AFFAIRS

Foraging

Fire Starting

Weaving

A 30-minute drive away from the capital of Malaysia, travellers will be embarking on a 5-6 hour cultural journey through the secondary rainforest of the central hub for indigenous communities in Peninsular Malaysia. Our Native host Raman Bahtuin who has nearly 2 decades of experience will guide you into the village and teach you the fundamental skills of foraging, fire starting and basic weaving techniques with this oldest daughter, Jureen Bahtuin.

With the forest acting as your backdrop, guests can expect to prepare their own traditional meals using handed-down Semai methods and natural resources from the surrounding forest, and challenge themselves with traditional Asli arts, crafts and games.

Suitable for all ages. Does not need experience in hiking.

Itinerary

09.00am Arrival at Orang Asli village.
Introduction to site and local guides
09.15am Begin Guided Nature Trail
09.45am Preparation for traditional indigenous meal
11.00pm Weave own bracelets with natural resources
01.00pm Lunch
01.30pm Blowpipe and Asli puzzle game
02.00pm Begin Trek back to village
02.30pm Depart from Orang Asli village

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