Kuching Hotels

Phenomenal cultural treasures in Sarawak along with extraordinary natural wonders are the main reason visitors head to this celebrated part of Malaysia. Sarawak along with its counterpart of Sabah, make up the Malaysian area of Borneo Island. Many ethnic people including the "White Rajahs" of Sarawak add to the appeal of the area. Kuching is the capital of Sarawak and remains a destination that masses of tourists don't yet know about. You can thoroughly enjoy a holiday here in relative peace and quiet.

Upon arriving a hotel in Kuching will be your first priority if you haven't booked ahead for your Malaysia vacation. If you haven't booked ahead for your hotel Kuching Malaysia has enough that it won't be too difficult to find one, although it may not be your first choice. For a more interesting choice in a hotel Kuching Malaysia offers consider the Permai Rainforest Resort. This Kuching hotel is eco-resort nestled amidst a striking backdrop of the Borneo rainforest and is designed so that impacts to the environment are as minimal as possible.

Lying on the northern border of the city, this hotel in Kuching offers bungalows high up in the trees great views of and abundant bio-diversity. Things to do include sea kayaking, mangrove cruises, jungle trekking and dolphin watching. Rustic tree houses, in traditional Iban-style, are built 20 feet above ground. Air conditioning, ceiling fans, hot showers, a fridge and veranda facing the ocean are all yours to enjoy during your Malaysia holiday. Dining is available at the Rainforest Café along with a host of other resort amenities at this Kuching hotel.

For a budget hotel Kuching has the Carpenter Guesthouse which is located in the heart of the city across from the Main Bazaar which has excellent shopping. This hotel in Kuching is settled among a blend of modern quarters and old charismatic parts of the city in a quiet setting. Amenities at this hotel in Kuching include air conditioning, breakfast, parking, laundry facilities, clean shared bathrooms, TV lounge and free Wi-Fi.

At this budget hotel Kuching attractions nearby include the Kuching Esplanade, Tua Pek Kong Temple, the Chinese Museum, Little India and many historical landmarks offering many things to do for guests. The Carpenter Guesthouse is one of the more popular budget hotel Kuching accommodations where rates are perfect for budget travelers.

Regal Court is another popular Kuching hotel that lends a feel of old colonial days. Small but beautiful this hotel is located on the south side of the Sarawak River with guest suites that include air conditioning, color TV, coffee and tea making facilities, room safe, telephone and hair dryer. Lovely tropical decor, rich wood flooring and handmade teak furnishings reflect the grace and character of Sarawak.

Personal service and excellent hospitality await guests and ensure all needs are tended to. Both locals and tourists are patrons of Café 22 where you can meet many interesting people. A health spa with sauna, 24-hour security and reception, car hire, laundry services parking and room service all offered. At this hotel in Kuching Malaysia rates very affordable.

Kuching is a terrific place to spend some time when visiting Borneo. Witness the history of the area through many interesting attractions or choose to sit back and relax in this laid-back city. Head out for a meal and try a variety of food at affordable prices such as Malay, Chinese, Indian and Western. Roadside stalls are  good bets. Try the ones where you see the most locals. Visit Gunung Gading National Park for one of the rare places you can see giant rafflesia flowers and seven stunning waterfalls during your Kuching adventure.

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