Brooks Terrace

Address: No. 291, First Floor, Jalan Abell, Kuching, Sarawak, 93100, Malaysia | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on No. 291, First Floor, Jalan Abell, Kuching, is near Kuching Esplanade, Sarawak Museum, Chinese Museum, and Kubah National Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Kuching

      Wonderful (if not rainy) Borneo

      A travel blog entry by perryadventures on Feb 02, 2015

      44 photos

      It's coming towards the end of the rainy season in Malaysia, but you wouldn't know it based on the weather in Kuching, we've had lots of downpours and a couple of pretty spectacular thunderstorms. The flight across from KL was bumpy to say the least... not much fun, but got here in one piece!

      Kuching's been a really good stop though - it kind of gives you the chance to dip your toe into the Borneo wilderness via day trips out of the city, but still have ...

      Welcome to the Jungle

      A travel blog entry by agemofajourney on Jan 26, 2015

      8 photos

      ... driver (I'm not sure if that's the correct name for a guy in charge of a speed boat) managed to keep us from capsizing. Despite that and the fact I didn't really like boats it was actually so much fun! Once we arrived at the national park we had to jump out of the boat into the water and walk to shore. We dried off, grabbed a quick snack and then decided which trail to start with. One of the park guides suggested to do the big trail first but warned us it was very slippy due to ...

      Orang-utans!

      A travel blog entry by hanjolo on Nov 29, 2014

      12 photos

      ... After a minute or so it became apparent that we were going to be lucky enough to see 2 males today – later identified as Baku and Anaku who were around 10 years old (not the alpha male Ricki who makes an appearance only every now and again). We watched in awe as they almost cartwheeled along the ropes, trees and vines to the feeding platform – it was amazing to see how flexible their joints are, and that they seem to be able to use their hands and ...

      Dragon boats, crocodiles and a puncture

      A travel blog entry by edweston on Sep 09, 2014

      33 photos

      ... search was called off and everyone wandered back to the buses. I was disappointed and felt bloody scammed when one of the workers at the station informed us that they hadn't seen any orangutan for THREE MONTHS!!! That afternoon Bardy took his new armbands for a spin in the hotel pool. From the moment I flung him into the water, he was completely comfortable and happily bobbed around autonomously for an hour (see photo). The next day we did a guided cycling tour which meant ...

      Kuching, Borneo

      A travel blog entry by shayles on Sep 02, 2014

      24 photos

      ... make eye contact with other people, let alone offer a smile or greeting. The tourists here seem to be more in the 30's-60's and here for both the nature and local people as opposed to the 20-35yo crowd in the Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia route that seemed to be there for the cheap drugs and alcohol.

      Ive arrived here just before the region's annual boat regatta with teams from about a dozen countries, including Australia, here to race. The city is also ...