Great cultural experience. Main attraction there is the house of skulls. 42 real human skulls, lined up on the top of the room. Signifies a person's strength and power back in the days when the kadazans still practice head hunting. Great explanation by the guide about kadazan dusun's practices and daily living. The manager there, edmund (i think?) shared with us about the process of making Lihing and Talak (kadazan alcohol), which was really very interesting! tried some as well. Entrance fee is on the expensive side. My partner and I paid for the house of skulls and cultural show which is about RM 35. The price may be because this cultural village is privately owned. Although pricey, I felt that this is necessary for them to continue doing what they are doing.