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How you would feel living in a traditional wooden house surrounded by water? Wooden houses look like
colorful floating homes are connected to one another and to the main road through the pedestrian
walkways crisscrossed and disordered.



This is the Kampung Air Patau Patau 2, which was established in the 1930's , the whole village was
destroyed by Japanese bombs during World War II. The villagers rebuild the village from scratch after
the war ended. Architecture and concepts related to rural water is back with their fathers in Brunei.
Until today, the local people of Brunei Kedayan culture combining water in their daily life.



Some of you think that this house is not for sea sickness, you can be confident that the houses are very
stable - even some built more than 60 years last. The secret is buying wood used as the base of the
house can stand strong for centuries to come. Family friendly hosts will be happy to serve you with
some of their traditional delicacies including ambuyat, Brunei traditional sago meal eaten together sour
and spicy sauce made with mango, chilli and dried shrimp. In the evening you can witness the village
children flying a kite or if you want more fun, catching fish in your back yard - with a nominal cost.



Imagine relaxing on the wooden bench, a cup of coffee in one hand and the rod in the hands of others.
Often fishing you will be stiff and heavy. When you are excited to attract your fishing rod, could be said
9 out of 10 times the attractions, you will get the bait fish, not stuck in old clothes and discarded. Dance
can also be arranged on request and you will be able to participate in a number of entertaining games
village.



Kampung Air Patau Patau 2 is equipped with electricity and water channels, telephone and waste
systems, lighting, water taxi dock, convenience stores, souvenir shops, clinic, school and mosque (place
of worship for Muslims that is less than the mosque). Surrounded by water, the main mode of
transportation is a boat, and most homes have their own boat. These houses could be said quite
spacious and decorated with antiques that weight, imagine living comfortably in it. Stay in the beautiful
village of traditional water and charming of course, an unparalleled experience.

				
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Description: How you would feel living in a traditional wooden house surrounded by water? Wooden houses look like colorful floating homes are connected to one another and to the main road through the pedestrian walkways crisscrossed and disordered.