Sabah is known for its richness in culture, tradition, and heritage. There are 32 ethnic groups in Sabah such as Kadazan Dusun, Bajau, Murut, Suluk, Malay and Chinese. Each group has its own cultural traditions and customs, resulting in a rich multi-dance ritual, song, and unique traditional costumes.
A way to appreciate Sabah rich culture is by enjoying Sabah Cultural Night at Shangri-La’s Tanjung Aru Resort & Spa. The cultural night at Kinabalu Field, by the sea from 6 pm to 9 pm every Monday and Thursday.
Brave guest get to taste the butod (Sago worm)Dinner buffet is served before the performance start. The dinner includes unlimited chilled juices, coffee and ta and one glass of wine.
The show starts with a cultural dance. Guest are invited to join the dance after the performance.
The highlight of the show is the dancers performing the Magunatip dance (bamboo dance). The Magunatip dance is popular among the Murut tribe’s community in the Interior districts of Sabah
After a short break, the show continues with live fire dance.
Contact 088 327868 for booking and more information.
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