- Type House
- Rent Type Entire home
- Bathroom 2 Bathroom
- Bedrooms 2 Bedrooms
- Guest 4Peoples
- Meal 3 Meals & Drink
Homestay Kampung Lonek is a homestay that lets its' visitors enjoy and appreciate the genuine lifestyle of the traditional Negeri Sembilan village folks. The word 'Lonek' comes from the word "Kualo" and a tree named "Sempunek". This quaint village is surrounded by paddy fields, rubber trees, and traditional houses; making it the perfect getaway from the busy city life. Experience traditional games, foods, cultures and demonstrations by the very people of Kg. Lonek.
Places of attraction:
- Teratak Za'ba
- Istana Lama Seri Menanti
- In Malaysia, batik cloth is widely used, especially in the fashion area. The process of waxing and coloring fabric is known as 'batiking'. In this way, batik is a material that is traditionally made by utilizing a manual wax-oppose coloring system.
There are many Malaysian traditional games that you can play when you decide to enjoy this package;
– One of the most famous traditional games in Malaysia.
It is a game of mathematics played by womenfolk in ancient times.
To play it, you must have congkak board and guli (marble)
• Tarik Upih
– It is a game of speed. A team consists of a person seated on the upih
(flower sheath of nibong palm) and another person who pulls it.
• Boling kelapa
– It is a modified version of the real bowling game.
Coconut is used as the ball and plastic bottles are used as the pins.
Pounding the rice
- Pounding the rice allows the seeds to be released from their husks. Rice is pounded using a traditional wooden ‘lesung’. Guests can grab the opportunity to experience this exclusive activity that you wouldn’t get elsewhere other than in homestays!
-Dodol is a sweet toffee-like sugar palm-based confection commonly found in Southeast Asia and the Indian subcontinent. It is made of coconut milk, brown sugar or gula melaka, and rice flour. In Malaysia, dodol is usually eaten during Hari Raya Aidilfitri. Grab your one-in-a-thousand opportunity to make this traditional snack!
There are many industrial activities to visit in the village.
• Rubber Tapping – It is a process by which latex is collected from a rubber tree. Guests can try to tap the rubber with the guidance from the villagers/homestay organisers. Don’t miss this one in a lifetime opportunity!
• Visit the village’s small and medium industries – Learn how to make chips, frozen food, traditional food and many more!
$ 42.34 / per night (for person)
Cancellation PolicyModerate: Full refund 5 days prior to arrival
- Homestay Kampung Lonek,Negeri Sembilan,Malaysia Directions
- Air Condition
- Free Parking
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