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Opened in 1996, the Monsopiad Cultural Village is a must-see for visitors who are into culture, traditions and history. This cultural village was set up in tribute and memory to the great Kadazan Warrior and headhunter, Monsopiad. Located in East Malaysia, the historical Village is the only one in Sabah and is fringed by the scenic Moyog River banks. Monsopiad lived here some 300 years ago.
The Village is a living museum as well as an interesting sightseeing spot. Here, you get firsthand insight into the daily lives of Sabah's largest ethnic group, the people of Kadazan-Dusun descent. Everyday, you can view traditional dances and musical performances.
Once you step into Village, you are transported back in time where headhunters and spirit worshippers roamed the land; a place and time when the village was controlled by the Bobohizans (female high priestesses of the Kadazan). The Village keeps the culture, beliefs and traditions alive. The Village is run by Monsopiad's direct descendants and their stories will leave a chill down your spine... so vivid they are that it felt as if the warrior is still living amongst them.
Many who have visited feel that one of the true essences of Sabah is the Monsopiad Cultural...
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Monsopiad House of SkullsSD
Penampang, Sabah - the house where 42 skulls from the time of the Dusun warrior Monsopiad are kept. It is said that Monsopiad himself captured the 42 skulls. Take a visit to the village, witness different tribal activities and native dances. Fire making, cooking, blow-pipes, traditional cloth manufacturing, gong music. The Monsopiad village is about 4 km away from a very good accommodation place - the Lembah Impian Resort - ideal if you want to be close to Kota Kinabalu but still outside the city.. I pasted the short video-clips together, so this is a quite large file, taking over 15 minutes to watch. Recorded: 01 June 2012.
Monsopiad Bamboo Kadazan Dance From Sabah At Imago Kota Kinabalu - 30/04HD
Monsopiad Bamboo Kadazan Dance From Sabah At Imago Kota Kinabalu - 30/04
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Monsopiad The HeadhunterSD
My team - The Kaandaman Productions was asked to produce a story video in our Digital Storytelling workshop (2 Feb - 7 Feb 2009) by MDeC & MSC. We did our location shooting at Monsopiad Cultural Village on Monsopiad the Headhunter. Short video of 4:38 mins. Enjoy.
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Monsopiad Kadazan Traditional Fast Bamboo DanceSD
Bamboo dance by the Kadazan tribe of Sabah. In this video, you see them performing the bamboo dance in a very fast movement.
At Monsopiad Cultural Village, visitors can experience a real Kadazan Dusun culture that is one of the main ethic people of Sabah Borneo.
The Kadazan cultural show is the last segment of the tour here and locals will perform this dance as one of the acts. The Sabah bamboo dance starts off slow with male and female dancers moving around to the bamboo knocks with foot in and out.
At one stage, the bamboo dance starts to become faster and faster, where you see the skilled dancers maneuver in and out of the bamboo. This is quite incredible to witness, and after the performance, guests are then invited to try the Sabah bamboo dance on stage.
My recommendation is for you to try it, as it is such an exciting dance. Do not worry as they will not hurt you, but if you deliberately want to get your legs clamped by the bamboo, you are welcomed to do so.
Monsopiad Cultural Village lies about 30-40 minutes our of Kota Kinabalu city, and is the first cultural village in Sabah. Here, you can see the traditional lifestyle of the Kadazan people and is highly recommended for first timers visiting Sabah.
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The monsopiad village dance is very nice and well danced.
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Malaysia / Borneo-Sabah - Monsopiad Cultural Village / Traditional DancesHD
The Monsopiad Cultural Village (District of Penampang/Sabah - 16 km outside of Kota Kinabalu) is based on the Legend of warrior/headhunter of the Kadazandusun people.
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Monsopiad Kadazan Traditional Bamboo DanceSD
Traditional Kadazan bamboo dance performed at the Monsopiad Cultural Village in Sabah.
From the video it looks real easy but, I personally tried it and let me just say that it is not easy as it looks.
When you visit Kota Kinabalu in Sabah, many tour operators will sell various traditional tours, and the Monsopiad Cultural Village is one of them. This is one of the pioneer Kadazan village tours which has been around for many years.
Visiting Monsopiad will introduce you into the Kadazandusun world, and you will also find out more about Monsopiad, once a legendary headhunter for the people here.
The tour takes you through the cultural village, sampling of Kadazan food, drinking Tapai, the local rice wine, visiting the house of skulls where a display of the original head hunted skulls are hung high on the ceiling.
And the final show is a traditional Kadazan performance where you will see how they do the traditional bamboo dance.
Guest are then invited to participate and you should try it as it is a fun activity, plus who knows? You may even be good at this.
Next time you visit Kota Kinabalu, do look out for the Sabah cultural village tours to Monsopiad Cultural Village.
Monsopiad Cultural Village Tour in Borneo - Home of the Head HunterHD
The Monsopiad Cultural Village is a site full of history which is situated in the heartland of the Kadazandusun people. It was back in 1996 that this cultural village was first opened to the public to commemorate the great Kadazan warrior named Monsopiad. The traditional village houses here were built on the historical site where Monsopiad, the fearless warrior used to live and roam about two centuries ago.
This cultural village is the one and only cultural village in Sabah that relates directly to the warrior, Monsopiad. The direct descendents of Monsopiad have built and manage the village in order to remember their forefathers and to allow visitors to see for themselves the richness of the Kadazandusun culture and ethnicity. The Monsopiad Cultural Village is a private project which did not receive any sort of financial support or grants from the Malaysian Government by relies heavily on the support from the public to sustain. The admission fee paid by the visitors goes to the conservation of the cultural village.
There are some interesting exhibits at the village which include the House of Skulls which has skull back from the headhunting era where all the 42 'trophies' of Monsopiad's are hung on display. While visiting the cultural...
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Monsopiad is a Kadazandusun warrior who was a famous headhunter. There is a memorial dedicated to him at Penampang, Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia.
Legends tell that many centuries ago, a lady named Kizabon was pregnant. She lived in a house with her husband, Dunggou. On the roof of their house, a sacred Bugang bird made its nest and stayed there throughout Kizabon's pregnancy.
When the child was about to be born, the Bugang birds hatched as well. The father of the child took the sign as a good omen and that this was a sign that his newborn son would have special powers. He named his son Monsopiad. The father paid special care to the birds as well, and whenever his son took a bath, Dunggou would take the young birds down from their nest to have a bath with his son. When he was done, he later returned them to the safety of their nest. This was done diligently until the birds were strong enough to leave the nest.
The young boy grew up in the...
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This Sumazau Dance video recorded when I am visiting Monsopiad cultural village in Penampang, Sabah. Sumazau is a Kadazan-Dusun dance. Its normally performs during Kaamatan festival or any gathering.
This ritual dance also performs for different functions such as thanksgiving for bountiful paddy planting and harvesting, prayer against evil spirits, honouring the spirits as well as to cure illness.
The dance involve hand movement that look like a flying bird. The dancers (male and female) will face each other and moving their feet according to music with small movement. Their hands are spread up and down like flying birds.