Inside view of Rungus Longhouse

No, they don’t have skull hanging on the ceiling, if you’re asking by the way.

I post few photos on the outside view of the longhouse few days back, and felt that by separating the outside and inside view of the longhouse would be better for viewers to visualize the place.

Rungus Longhouse
The gasoline lamp that we use when there is no electricity.

Rungus Longhouse
One of so many doors/rooms in the longhouse.

Rungus Longhouse

Rungus Longhouse

Rungus Longhouse

Rungus Longhouse

Rungus Longhouse
Beads accessories are made here.

Rungus Longhouse

Rungus Longhouse
The “Gong”, traditional musical instruments which is always used during festivals, especially weddings.

Rungus Longhouse
Inavol – A Rungus traditional handicraft which could be tailor made to your request.

Rungus Longhouse
The other end of the entrance of the longhouse.

Rungus Longhouse
Guess what? This is the only part of the whole place that is NOT traditional. Toilet. Unless you want their original type of toilet… Which you may need to ask Mr. Maranjak to show you!

9 thoughts on “Inside view of Rungus Longhouse

  1. Heya! Could i know more about this place? My family and i want to do something lain drpd lain for Labour Day this year. Too many on calls and not enough holidays!!! I actually emailed you but no reply yet. Need to send in my leave forms early before everyone else does!!!

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