If you’re a “world music” aficionado (I just managed to lose some of that genre snobbery), love nature and have a taste for culture, then you must have hit the festival circuit at the Rainforest World Musical Festival. If you didn’t (which is a shame), perhaps next year? In any case here’s the lowdown.
Hosted in the Sarawak-ian state of Borneo, the festival running in its 16th year wrapped up a three-day musical fanfare late June at the Sarawak Cultural Village — a novel locale tucked between the lush green of the rainforest from one end and an endless expanse of the sea on the other.
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