Headhunter centre set to be new tourism attraction in Tuaran

Headhunter centre set to be new tourism attraction in Tuaran

KOTA KINABALU: Those fascinated by the culture on-line headhunters will be excited to know there is a distinctive new tourism within the dedicated to documenting and consequently preserving Borneo’s headhunting past.

Based some 45 minutes’ drive from Kota Kinabalu, the Susui Sangod Borneo ones to pique visitors’ curiosity with a candle lit mini-exhibition room that may be filled with a display relating to sword artefacts from your variety of different cultural groups and the ones applied by Japanese soldiers.

Situated within the top Crocodile Farm, any Susui Sangod Borneo is run of collaboration with the Lotud Borneo Museum.

Padiman Jabau, currently the curator of the exhibition centre, said the vast majority of00 items on show were either personal keepsakes that have been accepted through generations or perhaps an acquired from the Lotud Borneo Museum inside capacity as the ruse trustee.

“This Susui Sangod Borneo exhibition centre assist one of a kind, but it is another treasure trove of information and history that ought to be shared with everyone, specially the younger generation.

“This is done to make sure the history of top of the head hunters and the customs of Borneo’s indigenous people are kept aboveground and not lost to allow them to time, ” he also said, on Monday (Sept 23).

Mainly focusing on the history of Sabah’s headhunting culture, the Susui Sangod Borneo will also displayed antique défenseurs objects.

Sabah Tourism, Culture, so Environment Assistant Ressortchef (umgangssprachlich) Datuk Joniston Bangkuai said Tuaran was just poised to become a hectic tourism hub for this opening of the newest tourism attraction inside a district.

Creating the exhibition capital recently, Bangkuai outlined it as an edifying product that get visitors to understand more about the native historical past of Sabah as well as locals to recognise the significance of their traditions.

In January, of the Tuaran Crocodile Goatsmachinery also signed a good collaborative agreement along with Lotud Borneo Art gallery and Chanteek Borneo to transform its unused longhouse space within the compound into the Momogun Heritage Lab.

The farm manager Engalbert Awing acquired previously said your Momogun Heritage Laboratory work would function as a family-friendly activity centre that gives culturally based excitement activities that youngsters will enjoy such as weaving and beading.

The longhouse is utilised to show off traditional dance performances to visitors to be a side activity right until tourism was power down due to the pandemic.