The Village House

Pantai Puteri, Kuching, Sarawak, 93756, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Pantai Puteri, Kuching, is near Sarawak Cultural Village, Annah Rais Longhouse, and Damai Golf & Country Club.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Village House Kuching

    Reviewed by annaochtomas

    A Sanctuary

    Reviewed Apr 9, 2011
    by (1 review) Örebro , Sweden Flag of Sweden

    Lovely place were you can relax :-) Very nice staff and good food. We spent 4 nights and we did som trekking round Mount Santubong and walked around the small Village Santubong. If you want to have some quiet and calm moments - go here :-)

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    TripAdvisor Reviews The Village House Kuching

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Kuching

    Batangi and the Eban tribe

    A travel blog entry by rskybackpackers on Aug 30, 2014

    5 photos

    ... The women definitely did a better job than the men! Flexibility challenges were then done where we had to pick up fruit off the floor with our mouths with our legs straight. The Eban men were very flexible but Rhianna and another girl Elizabeth gave them a good run for their money, especially when Rhianna's scorpion was thrown into the mix. After more alcohol, there was Eban karaoke, the hokey koke, the conga, a limbo contest which Rhianna and Tara won. And also ...

    Malaysian Borneo, Part 3: Sarawak (Kuching)

    A travel blog entry by danandzoelord on Aug 17, 2014

    2 comments, 34 photos

    ... probably isn’t a good thing…) and taking in the Sarawak Museum. The Museum is set in a lovely old colonial building, and upstairs had a relatively modern exhibit showing the tribal history of Sarawak, complete with a mock-up of life within a longhouse. The ground floor, however, could probably do with a facelift – much of what we saw was badly-done taxidermy of the native species of Sarawak, including Proboscis Monkeys, Clouded Leopards, and a ...

    Malaysia (Borneo) - Kuching & Bako National Park

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Aug 08, 2014

    68 photos

    ... above our heads. We looked up and saw not one, not two, but three of them calmly sitting on different branches of the tree and chewing some leaves. Their bodies were completely hidden behind the green leaves but we still could have noticed their distinctive long noses and red fur. We were happy to be able to experience such an encounter and it definitely became the highlight of our trip to Bako National Park.

    Although Gonzalo would probably disagree, I believe, we ...

    Day nine.

    A travel blog entry by pandar on May 20, 2014

    1 comment

    ... cars parked either side. It looked like we had entered Chinatown Markets, although we soon found out that that wasn't the case.

    We found the cooking school, rushed inside and made our apologies. Joseph was at the door ready to greet us with his warm, welcoming smile and polite manner. He told us that we first needed to marinate the chicken, so please go out the back to see your instructor (I thought he was meant to be ...

    Bako National Park

    A travel blog entry by jojo-a-lenka on Apr 11, 2014

    105 photos

    ... only in Borneo. This species is well know for their large noses and less know for the bright red erected penises of the males. We followed the marked trail that led us along the coastal mangrove forest where we saw myriads of tiny fiddler crabs, few lizards and the biggest walking fish we'd ever seen (they were around 30 cm long). soon after we reached the 'inland' part of the trail that took us through the jungle. I managed to spot a gecko and Lenka pointed out a land hermit crab ...