Beach Street: loud and dancing night
Beach street is the home of the nocturnal people. It's a place of different restaurants which are very near to each other, like they are attached as one but with different owners. The restaurants are like arranged in a circle with space in the middle where the band plays every night. I like the live music here, I can even hear it on our hostel. There are Japanese, local, Chinese, American dishes found here. I forgot the name of the restaurant where we dined because there's no sign board or name hanging. I just saw it in the menu but didn't mind it. Anyway, there are beers, shakes, juices, not sure if they also serve wine.
Most of the staff here are Filipino even the band, making things easier for us.
Most of the restos open 11am-2am.
Dress Code: no dress code required
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SeaFest Hotel outdoor bar: Nice place for a drink in Semporna
This is an outside bar that overlooks the water. You can have a drink here and a bite to eat - the chicken satay was good. A nice spot for a drink while the sun goes down. This is the oudoor bar not the one inside the hotel. Lacks the nasty edgy feel of the rest of Semporna.
Dress Code: None
River Cruise: Sunset cruise down the Sarawak River
This isnt a club but it is certainly is a great way to spend a couple of hours. The cruise starts from outside the old couthouse in Kuching and you slowly go down the river as the sun sets
Dress Code: Relaxed, it might be worth taking something warm to put on as the sun sets