Berambih Lodge

Address: No. 104 Ewe Hai Street, Kuching, Sarawak, 93100, Malaysia | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on No. 104 Ewe Hai Street, Kuching, is near Kuching Esplanade, Sarawak Museum, Chinese Museum, and Kubah National Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Kuching

    Rewarding work here at Matang

    A travel blog entry by robertharraka on Jul 07, 2015

    6 comments, 29 photos

    ... nice to see. In addition to the animal exhibits, they had another section that was all about the history and culture of the Kuching people -- including the 32 or so tribes of Sarawak. It turns out there are 26 different languages in Malaysia, and they are not all very similar or just dialects.
    Different tribes, different regions, and different languages. But one language unites everyone in a way that seems to work -- English. Most people ...

    Tiger Beer and Exploring Kuching

    A travel blog entry by vicm on Jun 19, 2015

    ... and other insects, and at night, it closes up to digest the bugs, opening again in the morning for more insect goodness. As luck would have it, one of the plants started blooming today, meaning we can see one while we're here but we wouldn't have time to see both the dolphins and Bako. We decided to go away and think about it. We walked down to the waterfront, past a very weird mixture of Chinese and colonial architecture and looked in some of ...

    Jungle homestay

    A travel blog entry by juliebowers on Apr 19, 2015

    33 photos

    ... a inhospitable but amazing wilderness."

    Lars picked me up about 9am. He is Norwegian born and after he and Liza met, lived between their two countries for a number of years before settling permanently in Borneo about 7 years ago. The land the homestay is on was owned by Liza's grandfather and the property was built by Lars, his father in law and other members of Liza's family and community. Quite a feat as all the materials had to be bought to site ...

    Changing of plans

    A travel blog entry by amy.marvell on Mar 06, 2015

    ... and cereals. We got to see them both in spin them but the sun bears were amazing. The pure power and muscle they have in their jaws and claws is Incredable. After this we went back to the long house packed up our stuff and were supposed to move on to Bako national park, but word had arrived that they had not electricity or water, so a change of plan was in order. Instead we headed back to ...

    Orangutangs - A Morning Spent With Family

    A travel blog entry by skjaer on Nov 20, 2014

    8 comments, 62 photos

    ... family, it's us, chimpanzees, bonobos (used to be called pygmy chimpanzees), gorillas, and orangutangs. That's it!

    Yesterday I went to Semenggoh Wildlife Centre, which was an important rehabilitation centre for injured, orphaned or illegally-captured orangutangs. Their job was to nurse them back to health, teach them the skills they need to survive in the wild, and things like that. Orangutangs are an endangered species due to loss of habitat, illegal poaching, climate change, ...