Mah Meri Cultural Village, Carey Island

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Perkampungan Budaya Mah Meri
sculptures

Guests are also encouraged to visit the Mah Meri historical gallery, where cultural heritage is brought back to life. This village also has a cultural learning centre and workshops are conducted on mask dancing and music, leaf origami, tree-bark cloth making, thatched roof making and mangrove timber sculpting.

Perkampungan Budaya Mah Meri
Rumah Semangat

Perkampungan Budaya Mah Meri
selection of a bride

Other cultural attractions offered are the heritage island guided tour, Spirit’s Day, sunset watching, village walkabout, island roaming, visit to a shrine; and wedding and healing ceremonies.

Perkampungan Budaya Mah Meri
marital ritual

Perkampungan Budaya Mah Meri
marital ritual

The Mah Meri Cultural Village also boasts a traditional restaurant where a traditional island menu is served, including ketupat rice with a choice of chicken or fish, island salad, island fruits and island drinks.

Perkampungan Budaya Mah Meri
marital ritual

Perkampungan Budaya Mah Meri
weaving demonstration

To really enjoy the Mah Meri culture like a native, one needs to set aside at least 4.5 hours. Transport to and from Kuala Lumpur can be arranged.

Opening hours:
Daily: 9am – 6pm (closed on Mondays)
Entrance fee: RM15 per person (walk-in)

Mah Meri Cultural Village (Perkampungan Budaya Mah Meri)
Add: Kampung Orang Asli Sungai Bumbun, 42960 Pulau Carey, Kuala Langat, Selangor.
Tel: +6010-2522800 / +6019-3660301

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