Few lamin (the local word for longhouse) around here are occupied outside of community ceremonies, but this Benuaq Dayak house is an exception – you may find resident women sitting on the split bamboo floor weaving naturally died fibres of the doyo leaf into beautiful decorative cloth called ulap doyo. Walk or take an ojek 1.5km south of Tanjung Isuy dock, staying left at the fork.
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This exquisitely restored 1930s longhouse is flanked by intricately carved totems. Those with chickens represent a healing ceremony. The souvenir shop…