Having grew up in KK, I have never been to any cultural village. But when I came back for the summer holidays with my kids and husband, we decided to visit this place. This place exceeded my expectations as it’s educational and interactive. There are 5 ethnic houses for visitors to go in and each house offers the ethnic cuisine, even the local lihing (“rice wine”). At the end of the visit there is a cultural dance performance and food served after the performances. Nothing fancy - it’s fried rice, fried rice noodles, fried banana, spring rolls and some fruits.
Highly recommend this if you like to learn about the Sabahan ethnic groups.