Visitors in Sarawak will be able to learn more about the Bidayuh community with the completion of a Bidayuh Museum by the end of the year.
The museum, currently under construction is located at the circular “Baruk” building at Dayak Bidayuh National Association (DBNA) headquarters at Ong Tiang Swee Road.
The Association has been amassing a collection of its cultural relics and archives relevant to the Bidayuh people and will be displayed.
The Baruk is conveniently located near the DBNA main office and has a restaurant, which serves authentic traditional Bidayuh cuisine.
Meanwhile, DBNA’s President, Datu Ik Pahon Joyik called for more exhibits from fellow Bidayuhs including photographs, documents and any relics of historical relevance to further enhance the and improve the museum collections.
The soft launch of the Baruk Museum took place on July 24.