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Travel Blogs from Kuching
nice lie-in until 1030, and our last for some time, we enjoyed
pineapple jam on toast for breakfast. At 1pm, we headed to the bus
station at caught the bus to Semengoh Orang Utan Sanctuary, 30minutes
from Kuching. Paying a nominal 10Rm entry (£2) we walked along the
tarmac road to the park cafe/shop and feeding centre. …
So we arrived at Kuching airport at around 9:00am, jumped a cab and ended up in China Town. We picked China Town as we enjoyed in KL.
The Hostel/ Lodge is fairly cool with a Long House "style" lounge room. Our room doesnt have any windows. It's called the esky/ chilly bin.
It took us a little longer to make our plans for the …
... this place enough. After dinner we had a walk along the promenade and this place has really come to life today!! We haven't figured out why, but Tuesday seems to be a bit like a Sunday here with lots of places closed so whilst it was sleepy and quiet last night it was bustling and busy tonight! The promenade was a bit like 'Kuchings got Talent' with some kind of band or performer every 50 feet and lots of stalls selling tourist tat and some hawker food stalls along the way. ...
... my watch he said he needed to be at the main office so has to leave. It was a Sunday and didnt seem that busy with tourists
Across was the Tua Pek Kong Temple, the most famous of Kuching's temples. The artwork and style were ...
Haven't found the wild man of Borneo yet! (edit....actually we did but more on that at a later date folks!)
One of my travel dreams was always to visit Borneo.
We stayed in East Malaysia part of Borneo as the areas are easier to navigate and more accessible in the short ...