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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... full English breakfast at a Chinese restaurant, after a few hours on the coach. After 6 hours we finally arrived at the jetty where we were met by members of the Eban tribe who had brought they long boats over to collect us. The boat trip took over an hour over a beautiful scenic lake before reaching the river. The long boats were so low on the water and it felt like we were going to go overboard several times. We saw a large river snake heading straight ...
Monday 18 to Friday 22 August – Kuching for cats, more cats, monkeys and more monkeys!
Kuching is the capital of Sarawak, and by going through nine hours of travelling to get there (from Kapit) we had earned ourselves an extra day to get acquainted. The word Kuching comes from the Malay for 'cat’, we’re not quite sure how the city gained its name, but everywhere you go you can usually see cats in one form or another. On our first day we ...
... March 2014. Since the only way how to get to Bako National Park is by boat it was basically inevitable for us to purchase the ticket.
It took us maybe 20 minutes to get from Kampung Bako to Bako National Park. Since low tide was just occurring our boatman couldnīt have reached the jetty at Bako and was forced to drop us off near a beach, just a few meters from the park headquarters.
At the park headquarters we had to register our names and passport numbers ...
... as they can attack. We spent an hour or so at the feeding area watching some of the younger ones swing around the platform after Ricky had left, as they don't go near when he is having his fill! We were then escorted back to the park entrance, where we were greeted by one small orangutan swinging around above us and then the grandma of the group. She was with her youngest son and as she is 43 you can get a lot closer to her. She came to the office ...
... the rest of approx 50 other visitors were thankful that the shelter was so big :)
When taxis started to pick up people who had organized transport or were with a tour we started to be worried how we would get to the bus stop that was 15-20 mins walking distance but fortunately there was one minivan that acted as a shuttle to the parking lot in front of the centre who gave us a ride.
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