Batang Ai Longhouse Resort, Managed by Hilton
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBatang Ai Longhouse Resort, Managed by Hilton Kuching
This place is truly a diamond in the ruff !!!! It is a wonderful place to reconnect to nature . The staff were very helpful and fun loving .
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... have rained all night and as the sky still grey, the water was still around. So ah hour in the laundry was ok as during that time Kent went across the road to change our Singapore Dollars. When we were in Pontianak our new friend the GM said that he knew someone in Kuching who had a bar, so also worked out where that is. We then settled by the pool under a threatening grey sky, to read our books for a couple of hours, making sure we were under the ...
... along :)). It was a fun night of new and interesting eats, really bad busking (in some cases), and constant conversations with locals as I try and tear myself away politely.
A few of the things I got up to included the Sarawak Cultural Village and the Orang-utan Sanctuary. I was quite impressed with the Village setup which displays home types of the various local tribes. At each of the houses there would be people from that tribe cooking, or ...
Day 28: Both Kat and Rhianna woke up to 52 insect bites on their bodies. We were all cover in them! Breakfast was pretty much last night dinner reheated which was a shame but we were all exciting for our first trek through Bako's rainforest. Despite stopping every 10 minutes to listen to Alvin talk about all the different trees and wildlife, it was quite a nice climb up to a mountain peak where we saw all sorts of interesting plants. After climbing in the burning ...
Day 25: Once we arrived at the Matang Rehab centre we were shown around the complex and introduced to some furry residents including the sun bears and Orangutan. After lunch we helped with the farming, weeding and planting which helps to provide food for the animals. We all looked fantastic in our traditional banana leaf farmer hats! In the evening we were shown some videos about animal tourism and the truth behind some 'so called' ...
... and a shopping mall (as we are both sick we don't want to be outside in this type of weather).
We caught a taxi to the museum, and he put the taxi meter on (many taxi's dont use meters here, they tell you the price before getting in). Along the way he tells us (in terrible English) that there are no taxi's there and he will wait for us with the meter on. Are you serious??!?!!!! This will have to be a quick museum visit.
We went in (no charge) and paid to ...