Berambih Lodge

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

      Wonderful (if not rainy) Borneo

      A travel blog entry by perryadventures on Feb 02, 2015

      44 photos

      ... bed to sleep in, get a decent coffee and enjoy a leech free environment when you get back to town in the evening. Our first trip out was to tick off the main Borneo attraction - orang-utans! We went to a wildlife sanctuary just outside the city where the orang-utans are semi wild including some rescue animals that live in the 3 acre park. As it's the end of fruiting season, we were told we may not see any at all as there's loads of food in the jungle so they ...

      Welcome to the Jungle

      A travel blog entry by agemofajourney on Jan 26, 2015

      8 photos

      ... that night we had fried squid, an oyster pancake, bamboo clams, ferns and Maddi and Ryan shared a red snapper. I don't like seafood but it was absolutely delicious! I think bamboo clams may be one of my new favourite foods. While we were there it rained harder than I ever knew it was possible to rain and we sat there for probably an hour waiting for a break in the rain that didn't come, so eventually we decided it was inevitable we were going to get soaked and headed back to ...

      Orang-utans!

      A travel blog entry by hanjolo on Nov 29, 2014

      12 photos

      ... for feeding or holding on.

      For around 30 minutes we watched and took photos of the orang-utans as they fed themselves with the bananas and other fruits that had been put out for them – one took a coconut and began bashing it against the side of a tree trunk so that he could split it open and drink the milk inside.

      It really was a magical experience to watch them in the (almost) wild, and after they had had their fill, they climbed a little higher and swang ...

      Dragon boats, crocodiles and a puncture

      A travel blog entry by edweston on Sep 09, 2014

      33 photos

      ... the other tourists. They would be in contact with the feeding station via radio and would let us know if any orangutan showed up. This felt harsh, but it was difficult to argue with a wriggling and shouting boy in my arms who was already scaring away other tourists. We had seen a chameleon-like lizard in a bush next to the minibus and all Bardy wanted to do was go "back to lizard". Next to the visitors centre on the out skirts of the jungle, there were three huge (2.5m) ...

      Matang Rehab Centre & Bako National Park

      A travel blog entry by rskybackpackers on Aug 19, 2014

      5 photos

      ... sun bears who were all very excited to receive their treats especially big baby who wouldn't stop squealing with excitement the entire time! After another tasty lunch we had a walk in to the rainforest to reach a waterfall and have a little swim. We experienced the heavy rainforest rain, bugs, stingless bees, colourful mushrooms, and saw a terrapin in the water. Kat also had a tiger leach attached to her leg which thankfully was noticed ...