Singgahsana Lodge

1 Temple Street, Kuching, Sarawak, 93000, Malaysia

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  • Families90
  • Couples75
  • Solo82
  • Business75
  • D-SHAN's Profile Photo

    Sarawak Style Guesthouse!


    I did not stay here but i work as partimer in this lodge. Meet lot of tourist/backpackers and they love the place.. its middle of the city very convenience to stay here.

    Unique Quality: Its more to Sarawak Style of Guest House!

  • maffustan's Profile Photo

    Best Budget Accomodation in Malaysia


    Impressed with this place clean,bright and new looking. Security is good with swipe card door locks. Location could not be better in the middle of town a minutes walk from the waterfront.

    Directions: Singgahsana Lodge is the orange and yellow building directly behind the Temple Theatre across Wayang Street.

  • gnh's Profile Photo

    Homely Place


    This lodging house strongly recommended by travellers because of the friendly owners.

    Home-like environment.

    Near the waterfront.

    Unique Quality: Friendly couple running the lodge.

  • MaryannPteo's Profile Photo

    Average and affordable


    It will cost you RM17.50 per ride to Singgahsana Lodge. Simply purchase a coupon at the Taxi counter at the international arrival hall and mention the destination or name of the lodge
    Located along Temple Street in the heart of beautiful Kuching City, Singgahsana Lodge is only 20 steps from the famed Kuching Waterfront diagonally across from the oldest Chinese Temple .

    At singgahsana, they encourage guests to interact with each other to create a sense of warm and friendly atmosphere. Although facilities such as bathroom, toilets, lounge area, library are shared, they meet the highest standards. All of these within a bright and tastefully decorated ambience.

    Unique Quality: Its a convenient place as a walking distance to all well known places. It is artistic decor at the rest room where you can watch your TV or sit and relax with those specailly made rattan chairs and cosy lightings

    Directions: Nearby Harbour View Hotel, next to a Travel agency, nearby to ( Main Bazaar )local handicraft shops, next to the Oldest Chinese Temple, and very near to the Kuching Waterfront, nearby to Shopping Mall Parkson and Sarawak Plaza

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The friendliest hostel in asia

by WearyBackpacker about Singgahsana Lodge

If you stay in Kuching you must stay here. Staff amazing - Richard will show you all the best places to eat, drink and club. Shared rooms or private. Wonderful local ethnic furniture and art everywhere. Owners are regular travelers and their wonderful pictures around the walls are from all over the world - they know what a hostel needs and have done their utmost to make it "home" for backpackers.

We spent 12 months backpacking through asia/australia/new zealand/samoa and this was the best hostel of all. Amazing rooftop bar and chill out area done in the style of a longhouse. Music, bar, pool, table footy, widescreen tv, loads of DVD,s and great views across Kuching.

Convenient Before The Flight

by lmkluque about Singgahsana Hotel

Malaysia The Singgahsana Hotel in Malaysia, is the hotel Sri stayed in before going back to Jakarta. We drove her to the hotel and she invited us in to see her room, have lunch at the buffet and to sit by the pool after.

The room was high up the tower and there was a nice view. Two double beds filled most of the space. The room was clean and the air-con worked. As I remember, the colors were a cool array of blues and greens, which appealed to me.

The buffet in the restaurant was smaller than in other hotels I'd been in, but the flavor of the food was fantastic and though the choices were fewer, they were the best.

The unusual aspect to this afternoon--to me--was the fact that we all stayed at the hotel for the whole afternoon and later on even more of the family arrived to visit by the pool. This seemed just like any Western hotel I'd been in. Everything was clean and decorated nicely.

The pool area had been made to look like an Island Paradise. The "cabana" bar offered alcohol, but we chose sodas and juices. The kids jumped in the pool and played for hours while the adults sat on lounge chairs relaxing and talking.

Just outside the manicured grounds surrounding the pool, I saw Malaysia's natural landscape and the contrast pointed out the difference between "controled" growth and nature's whim.

The air was hot and humid and one advantage I became aware of, was the fact that the thousands of flies milling around, were also effected by the heat. They flew slowly and didn't bother us. A Miracle, I thought.

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Family's first time to Kuching

by pamyeo

We are a family of 6 which consist of 3 adults, 2 children and 1 infant, will travel to Kuching on 16-17 June & 19-21 June. 17-19 June will be in Kota Kinabalu.

We do not like to stay in hotel due to cost and size of our group, want to stay together in one room. Ideally, a 5-bedded domitory or chalet will be suitable. Accommodation for 16-17 June already confirmed at Parklane Lodge. However, Parklane Lodge is unavailable 19-21 June. Is there any good suggestion of similar type of accommodation? Our budget for 1 night is not more than RM150.

Also, we are interested to visit the tribes. After enquiry from a travel agency, was quoted RM400 per person for overnight stay at Iban Longhouse. Although it's good to have a feel to spend the evening with the tribal people, it's certainly exceed my budget by a great deal. Is there any less costly way to do it? I want to hire a driver to bring us around for sight-seeing and nice local food. Any good recommendation of drivers? We like to have an authentic feel of Kuching. Please also recommend some markets that local people like to go.

Re: Family's first time to Kuching

by freelander5883

dear friend

i think what you need to do is you can stay at singgahsana lodge in kuching.freom there you can rent a van that provide by the lodge for their guest.bout the market you can go to sunday market that only open at saturday evening and sunday.


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Address: 1 Temple Street, Kuching, Sarawak, 93000, Malaysia