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Mari-Mari Cultural Village – it’s in the name!

It’s in the name, Mari-Mari Cultural Village – ‘mari-mari’ literally translates to ‘come-come’ – welcoming visitors to learn the mysteries of Sabah’s heritage!

Travelling is for many travellers about learning others’ culture and not just ‘see’ how different the country is from their own, but really understand. Borneo’s culture is definitely one that is mysterious and captures the interest of the world over.

indigenous tribes of Sabah are represented to showcase their folklore, traditions, history, and visitors will witness their extraordinary differences as well as their similarities

At Mari-Mari Cultural Village, the largest indigenous tribes of Sabah are represented to showcase their folklore, traditions, history, and visitors will witness their extraordinary differences as well as their similarities.

Browse the photography album of our images of Sabah, Borneo, to get a general idea of the multiculturalism that makes northernmost Malaysian state of Borneo so beautiful.

Culture is evident in all of our wildlife adventure packages and adventure sightseeing tours, as nature guides share the heritage through stories of why certain landmarks are named as they are, for example Kinabatangan River.

Contact Downbelow Sabah Travel Centre to get more details on visiting Mari-Mari Cultural Village.

About the Author
After a decade in the UK in search of what would make her “tick” and also to complete her education Liz returned to her home country of Borneo in 2012. Writing and diving were, so she thought pipe dreams. However she found she could combine them as Marketing Executive and PADI IDC Staff Instructor at Downbelow Marine & Wildlife Adventures in Sabah Borneo.