Pullman Kuching

4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 Stars

1A Jalan Mathies, Kuching, Sarawak, 93100, Malaysia
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 21% less than similarly rated 4.5 star hotels

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  • Couples89
  • Solo89
  • Business75

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renowned eating places

by musaphir


need help with the above information. they need not necessarily be high profile outlets but places which are patronised by the locals,malaysian,indian and chinese food outlets, including seafood restaurants could be included in this selection.

we are aware that such a choice is subjective but personal opinions are solicited.

Re: renowned eating places

by din2x

My favorite place to eat in Kuching is a place call TOPSPOT Food Court. It provide local seafood, with various stall to choose from. You will see mixed of people.

It's right on the city center. Easy to find, ask around and everyone knows it.

Re: renowned eating places

by jenz58

I've been looking up places to eat for my future trip to Kuching

This site has an extensive list of eateries


Here's a Kuching food blog


Re: renowned eating places

by Mikebb

Top Spot Seafood Market, located on the top floor of a multi story car park. Fantastic, modern seafood market, approx 400 people seated at tables under the sky the night we dined there. The seafood was the best I have had in years. Photos on my Kuching page.

Good Luck,

Travel Tips for Kuching

The Riverfront

by zrim

First thing head down to the waterfront. It is busy, clean and entertaining. All along the waterfront there are restaurants, food centers, shops and old colonial buildings. To cross the river to visit Fort Margherita take a tambang (ferry).


by balhannah

Interested in visiting Bako National Park?
I went, had a good time and would like to return and do a lot more of the treks or even stay overnight.

To find out what there is to see and do, and what treks there are, check out there website that I have listed.................


Chinese New Year

by MaryannPteo

Here we still follow some of the Chinese custom like the Moon Cake Festival and the Chinese New Year in which you can see fireworks and hear fire crackers on New year eve at midnight. Everyone will wait for this big occassion and for Chinese it is one of the most grand celebration throughout the year. Business men will spend money on celebration, and spent money on fireworks and red packets for all kids and teenagers, for parents and relatives. The red packets contain money inside and all the kids are always excited to get that red packet and curious to know how much they get each year. A once a year cleaning up and mostly clear up junks and rubbish collected for the whole year. During the eve they will cook good dishes and invite parents, grandpas and grandmas ,uncles , aunties, nephews, neices, etc for the home cook dinner. Drink some wine or any whisky or brandy. Some family may go to restaurant to celebrate.
Many special dishes will be serve on that special day. For Chinese they celebrate their new year for 15 days and some will hold open house on the first or second day. Open house means they will cook some dishes and invite friends to come over on that particular day.
It is good to know one's custom especailly when on is from different race or country.
Besides serving food, there will be varieties of cookies and cakes and other goodies to choose.

Lion dance is most popular during the Chinese New Year. They have Lion Dance competitions every year in Genting. And those skilled dancers are real good in the dance. They normally have a procession on the road in town before celebrating the Chinese New Year and business men normally will invite lion to dance either at their residence or at their business premises.


by balhannah

Our next home to enter, was an upmarket Malay home, which was furnished for somebody who lived there and had plenty of money. Once again, it is built above the ground to stop crawling creatures (snakes, centipedes, etc).

On entering (shoes off) we were asked if we would like to play the traditional game of congkak, we had to say no because of limited time.

This home had some nice furniture, and we also watched a lady baking some kind of biscuit. We were allowed to try a sample and thought it was quite nice.

Admission is included in the entry price to the Sarawak cultural village.

this site is too frustrating

by 01guest

save a day to climb mt santubong. just don't expect a light climb up a hill!
probably one of the more memorable moments of my trip.
there are also some great cafes and bars about. leagues ahead of kl.


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Address: 1A Jalan Mathies, Kuching, Sarawak, 93100, Malaysia