Kurakura Homestay

Address: Kampung Semadang, Kuching, Sarawak, 93250 , Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Kampung Semadang, Kuching.
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      Bako Park & Proboscis Monkeys

      A travel blog entry by skjaer on Nov 22, 2014

      4 comments, 141 photos

      ... in-the-dark fungus, catfish, and too many spiders. To me, the coolest part was simply being in the jungle at night listening and looking. Have never done that before. Added to that was the suspense of knowing what else we might be able to see - black cobras, pythons, other poisonous snakes, deer mouse, and a bunch of other things. So, Bako was great - lots of proboscis monkeys, bearded pigs, and macaques, two great rain forest hikes, and a night walk.

      But I ...

      Kuching Sunday's alarm wake up

      A travel blog entry by carolineandkent on Oct 12, 2014

      5 photos

      ... It was interesting and on the first floor there was a mock longhouse and details of all the different cultures in Sarawak, most of which we learnt yesterday. There were a few sculls that had been headhunted to keep the evil spirits away. Next, was the Art museum, again shut for renovation, but the gift and coffee shop was open! We also popped into an aquarium to look at the pond life. Off back to India street, ...

      Crocodiles, deadly snakes and more seafood

      A travel blog entry by edweston on Sep 23, 2014

      59 photos

      ... a lot about being sweaty on this trip. But believe me I do not use superlatives lightly, and Gem will back me up, when I say this was the sweatiest I have ever been. Or seen anyone be. It was a relief when we reached an even remoter and completely deserted beach where there was a slight breeze and we could sit in the shade before sedately exploring rock pools and gathering energy for the trek home. Out final Bornean trip was a three hour evening boat trip the ...

      Day 2 Build

      A travel blog entry by dt_borneoblitz on Sep 15, 2014

      3 comments, 9 photos

      ... with a Hungarian guest at Koanui who was enthralled with physcial work. Normally she worked as an academic and I thought she had the luxury of choice. I believe her view was a little Marxist and that physcial work was real work but someone staring at a screen was involved in something less honourable. I don't share her opinion. Hard physcial work is debilitating and was the lot of most of us for most of ...

      Malaysian Borneo, Part 3: Sarawak (Kuching)

      A travel blog entry by danandzoelord on Aug 17, 2014

      2 comments, 34 photos

      <b>Monday 18 to Friday 22 August – Kuching for cats, more cats, monkeys and more monkeys! </b> Kuching is the capital of Sarawak, and by going through nine hours of travelling to get there (from Kapit) we had earned ourselves an extra day to get acquainted. The word Kuching comes from the Malay for 'cat’, we’re not quite sure how the city gained its name, but everywhere you go you can usually see cats in one form or another. On our first day we ...