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  • Reviews: 65

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48 Room-for-Rent: Kuching Budget Lodge

Clean and new lodge in town. Great location. Right in the middle of Golden Triangle. Walking distance to most cafe, bar, cineplex, best sight-seeing spots such as the oldest Tua Pek Kong Temple, the Waterfront, Main Bazaar, museums and shopping mall. Near too coffee shop and convenience store too.

Definitely value for money. Room rate ranging from RM80 - RM140, from Twin room en-suite to Quad room en-suite. Single traveler can chose Dorm at only RM25/nite. Air-conditioned room!

All rooms include LCD TV, Hot & Cold Shower, Air-Condition and Wifi! Dormitories are air conditioned too!

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Related to: Business Travel, Family Travel, Budget Travel
  • Written August 2, 2011

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Lime Tree: Kuching hotel with fabulous views

The Lime Tree is quite new and in a very convenient location within short walking distance to the local shope and the waterfront, not need to hire transport here. the rooms are a good size and the bathroom is spacious and very nice. There was no fridge but that wasnt too bothersome. The staff are very friendly and provide and excellent service including a shuttle bus to our next accomodation in the jungle. There is a quaint gift shop inside the hotel with very reasonable prices, or a short walk down the road you will discover shops full of souvenirs of carved wooden cats and uniqued musical instruments to purchase. The open rooftop is great and we finsihed off every evening with a drink and took in the views

The rooftop is open and had a bar and restaurant the view are stunning, of the banks of the river lit up with beautiful lights, you can see most of the city from the rooftop.
We ate some dips and fries and a few drinks, the rice wine 'sake' is very nice.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Historical Travel, Photography, Architecture
  • Written October 17, 2010
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Riverside Majestic: Nice Hotel - Formerly Crowne Plaza

Our hotel was located on the road alongside the Sarawak River. There was a building opposite it which partially blocked some of the river, however we had good views up and down the river from the 8th floor.

Formerly known as the Crowne Plaza Hotel I estimate the hotel to be 30 years plus. Our room was large with an excellent bed and linen, carpets were in good condition and the bathroom had been renovated . The television was old and we did not bother turning it on.

Unfortunately the room suffered from condensation during the night and the windows were covered with moisture each morning. The room smelt as though a flavoured candle had been burnt, but my wife told me it was due to the condensation.

Buffet breakfast was included and was very good, we also had an enjoyable lunch.

The foyer area was small with limited seating and we went to the pool area to rest and read the paper, however there was no shade, the cafe area was set up for lunch as a large conference was being held and I guess the management did not want swimmers within 2 metres of the diners.

We chose this hotel as from Tripadvisor reports we thought the rooms were in best condition.

We dined at the Hilton and it looked good, we also visited the Margarita Hotel (formerly Holiday Inn) which is located on the riverbank. Its reception and lounge areas were magnificent, however Tripadvisor did not give a good room report. I noticed renovations were in progress and if returning I would consider this hotel.

Tariff at Riverside Majestic was Au $108 per night including buffet breakfast for 2 persons.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: National/State Park, Seniors, Family Travel
  • Written June 1, 2009
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Cozy ZZZ: Cozy for ZZZ

I managed to get a room at Cozy ZZZ despite not making any reservation during the Rainforest World Music Festival '08 weekend - a super peak period for hotels in Kuching. This newly opened hostel is conveniently located close to the Main Bazaar area. The room is comfortable and clean, with individual airconditioned and 15" TV. The shared bathrooms and toilets and are clean with hot shower. The hostel is also equiped with free Wi-Fi service and free sharing computer with internet for it guests. Security wise, the doors access are controled by RFID card and monitored by CCTV for peace of mind those staying here. The rate stars from RM19/net per bed for the hostel while the room rate is from RM39net per room.

Hostel rate for hotel like stay. The receptionist Debra is also frinedly and helpful.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Related to: Jungle and Rain Forest, Study Abroad, Budget Travel
  • Written July 13, 2008

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  • Reviews: 38

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Long House: Staying with 'Orang Asli"

It is really worth it for a 2D1N trip to Long House for RM300. This includes transportation (5 hours drive from Kuching and 45mins by Sampan), meals (lunch + dinner + breakfast + lunch), a night stay at Long House and entertainment (traditional dance by the Iban).

Some people may not like to stay in the Long House without proper bathroom and electricity. But for me this is a very special experience and the friendly Iban really made me feel at home.

The river that we took to reach the Long House by Sampan really took my breath away. Water is crystal clean and surrounded by greenery. Totally relaxing.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Related to: Historical Travel, Backpacking, Jungle and Rain Forest
  • Written August 27, 2007
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Budgeted hotels

I stayed at 2 different budget hotels in Kuching. They were everywhere in the town. Price ranges about RM60 - RM80 (for 3 people). There are bathroom attached and convenient to attractions of Kuching.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Related to: Historical Travel, Backpacking, Budget Travel
  • Written August 27, 2007
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Carpenter Guesthouse: Newly renovated B&B

The room was extremely small, they raised the flooring with wooden planks to the size of a queen bed. Margin of wall between mattress was only about 2-3inches. Common bathroom/showers are new and clean (new tiles/new hot water shower units).

The little kitchenette is downstairs with free flow coffee/tea all day long.

The owner, Pamela, can sound a little aloof but I think she doesn't mean any harm. In fact was rather helpful with maps and directions after she warmed up to us.

You can book the rooms through www.travellerspoint.com

It's newly renovated and run by a family and I suspect also has many Christian guests. Although they boost free internet service, be warned that each guest is only allowed 15mins. they charge for usage thereafter.

Right opposite the guesthouse is an old 'kopitiam'. Try the 'kolo mi' there. It's second best to 'tua pui soh' down the road.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Related to: Backpacking, Budget Travel
  • Written September 21, 2006

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Kuching Park: Comfort Zone

If you are looking for a very reasonable rate of hotel. It must be Kuching Park. Standard room you can get for as low as RM90 plus breakfast (promotional rate). The rooms are cosy and clean....just it is a bit distance from the city centre. Food is tasty here too.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written July 13, 2006

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  • Reviews: 617

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Gading NP: Gading NP

Book accomodation in advance if you plan to visit Gading NP. This is what I read from the book.

However when I reached there, noticed that most of the rooms are vacant. There is actually peak period in the park which is around May- August that the room may get fully booked. Otherwise should be okie. However, it is no harm to play safe.

The dormitory is quite okie with 4 people sharing one room, common bathrooms and kitchen with fridge is open for use. RM15 per person per night

There are canteen in the park selling food
Breakfast: 7:30-9:30am,
Lunch: 12-2pm
Dinner: 6-8pm

The canteen is closed by 9:30pm

There are biscuits and instant noodles sold inside the canteen as well. Pack enough food if you prepare for a long trekking.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Related to: Budget Travel, National/State Park
  • Written April 20, 2006
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Mandarin Lodging House hotel: Cheap and in a central position !

Mandarin Lodging House hotel is a quite cheap hotel with air-condition and tv. A double room costs 50 Ringgit for room (almost 12euro). The owners are chinese guys quite kind. It is quite dirty for an european tourist The bathromm is a lit bit dirty and very old and collapsing.
No breakfast and meals are included. If you should leave luggages in a safety place they offer you a room with key. It takes place in a central position and the most important shops, museum etc are avalaible by foot.
Room rate RM 40-50.

There are a lot of restaurants and shops close to Mandarin Hotel . For exemple Perfect Vegetarian, a very good restaurant, is in front of Mandarin Hotel.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Budget Travel, Singles, Road Trip
  • Written October 2, 2005
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The Fairview: Homestay

4 bed dormitory (RM 20 per person, AC, bathroom)
6 bed dormitory (RM 20 per Person AC, bathroom)
1 twin room (RM 50, fan, 60 RM AC, bathroom)
1 twin room (RM 50, fan, 60 RM AC, attached
bathroom shared with triple room)
1 triple room (RM 60, fan, attached bathroom shared with double room)
1 master suite (RM 100, 3 bed, AC, large room, dressing room, bathroom)
Every room has an attached clean bathroom with hot water and western toilet.

Not nearby to City but nearby to Sarawak Club, Reservoir Park, where you can do early or evening walks, beautiful atmosphere and fresh air
It is a new facility and it is sure clean and comfort

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Family Travel, Budget Travel, Backpacking
  • Written August 9, 2005
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Budget Rooms: Anglican Guest House

Acomodation available

(1)Flats ( 2 units only - air conditioned)

Each unit has basic furnishing with bathroom/toilet attached and a small kitchen equipped with gas stove. Limited cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery are also available. Maximum for three persons.

(2)Double Bed Rooms - (2 units only - air conditioned)

Equipped with basic furnishing and two single beds.
Bathroom/toilet are shared in the common areas.

(3)Single Bed Rooms - (2 units only - air conditioned)

Equipped with basic furnishing and two single beds. Bathroom/toilet are shared in the common areas.

(4)Twin single bed rooms (16 units - non air-conditioned) (top floor)

Equipped with basic furnishing with two single beds. Bathroom/toilet are shared in the common areas

The rates are from RM28 - RM40 per person per night. ( less than US$11 per night )

Please note that all quotes are in Malaysian Ringgit. US$1 is equivalent to 3.30 (more or less) ringgit.

CONDITIONS

(1)Payment must be made in cash to the Caretaker. An official receipt will be issued.

(2)If there is any official function by the Anglican Church to use the guesthouse, they reserved the right to cancel all bookings, including confirmed booking. In the event that a person or persons are already staying in the guesthouse, they will be asked to leave for that duration.

(3)No booking/deposit fee is required. In the event that a person did not turn up on the first day of a booking, it will be cancelled and allocated to another person on the waiting list or on the spot when needed.

(4)No food is allowed inside the rooms.

(5)No illegal activities are allowed in and around the premises.

(6)Privacy is to be respected and maintained at all times.

BOOKING

Telephone : 6 082 414027

Person in charge : Ms. Elsie

Email : bkg@pc.jaring.my

General Office/ : 6 082-240187; 6 082-240188


Office hours:

Monday to Friday: 8.30 a.m. to 12 noon; 1.30 p.m. to 4.30 p.m.

Saturday 8.30 a.m. to 12 noon

Closed on Sundays and public holidays

The rooms are clean and the hostels have the 'family' atmpsphere.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written March 4, 2005
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