Jungle Blues Dream Art Gallery & Homestay
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJungle Blues Dream Art Gallery & Homestay Bario
The couple, the artist, the location ...the way yhtey treat you and ... this countryside makes worth to go there !
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... in the restaurant at our hotel where there are many locals. Got chatting to one of them who comes from Kuching. We haven't seen a western face for 5 days now! We found a pub and OMG it appeared to really be a club. It was empty apart from 4 scantily clad girls! They asked me if I wanted to sing karaoke! The music was so loud. We just had the one and ...
... into a ditch but although we had front seats all the curtains were drawn as there was a film to watch. Rubbish film but the hour and a half went quick. Although rubbish missed the end as we got off the bus! At Bintulu we bought our bus tickets to Miri. We got a taxi to the Riverfront inn where we are staying. Lonely Planet suggested we get a deluxe room for the river ...
After breakfast and when the rain stopped we explored this small industrial town. Didn't need long! First stop was the Sibu Central market that opens at 3.30 am. We got there about 10.30 am. This is Malaysia's largest fruit and veggie market. It also sells meat salted fish, wet fish and live chickens wrapped in newspaper. One stall holder was very friendly and gave us a bunch off bananas! On the top floor are loads of cafés, so after the ...
We go a ride to the bus station and the bus left at 9.30. The journey took 7 1/2 hours ad stopped at various places to drop off and pick up. When we arrived at the bus terminal we bought our tickets for Tuesday to Bintulu. The hotel is nice and we overlook the pool and can see the river which isn't far. We had a look around the very small town, that at the moment doesn't appear to be as friendly as Kuching. There are a lot os karaoke places and one in our hotel! ...
After weeks of self indulgance on the Thai islands (lets not lie we pretty much drank ourselves into through most of Asia) we decided we needed new experience and headed for Borneo Jungle.
Bario is a malaysian village in the centre of the Kelabit Highlands in Borneo, close to the Kalimantan Border. Bario accessible only by a small 12 seater plane which was also laden with goods; eggs, bags of sugar, mattresses piled onto empty seats, ...