The head hunters have long gone but Sarawak, “where adventure lives”, still has wonderful beaches, remote tribal villages, rare primates, exotic hornbills, amazing plant life & of course the rainforest to house them all.
The RWMF is unique in that festival attendees can get up really close to the musicians at workshops & jamming sessions during the afternoon, in traditional longhouses, before the main performances on stage at night. As many of the performers stayed at the resort there were also opportunities to interact during meals, over drinks & by the pool. Everyone was there for a good time & with a total of 21 bands from Asia, Australia, Europe, North & South America & South Africa it was a truly global line up.
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