Batang Ai Longhouse Resort, Managed by Hilton
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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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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TripAdvisor Reviews Batang Ai Longhouse Resort, Managed by Hilton Kuching
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... When we reached the jetty we got onto the large coach which we would travel on for the next four hours stopping in the middle for lunch and a look around the local Sunday market. We then got off again at semminggo wildlife centre, which the guide didn't want to take us to but had to as it was part of the tour. He didn't want to take us there as he is working hard to get the orangs back into the wild and ...
... the waterfall. I think ordinarily it would be fairly easy to cross with the water in sections probably only usually a trickle but I honestly don't think I could have got across if I'd wanted to. I didn't however have any intentions of walking that far anyway. I took my time a little bit more on the way back and really tried to take in my surroundings. I stopped once or twice to just let the realisation of where I was and what I was doing, sink in. I think it's fairly safe to ...
... them wasn't guaranteed, not that it ever is because they're semi wild animals but anyway. There was one on the platform already and the ranger was trying to calling the others (shouldn't really have to call them over, sort of defeats the point of releasing them back into the wild!). The female orangutan was also given a plastic water bottle full with milk (another odd thing to do). The rangers seemed determined to find other orangutans for us, they were frantically ...
... was noteworthy about the pathway was the incredible root systems you have to clamber over -- in most places, they are the path. Monsoon rains just wash away the soil, leaving tangled roots exposed. Also, the huge size of plants, leaves, vines, and trees in the rainforest was amazing. I've been in similar forests and jungles elsewhere, but never had the growth looked so big. And there were vines like the ones Tarzan would swing on (I didn't try!).
It was a fun ...
... male hairy by the sounds of the trees and it's movements, however we were not able to see it as it was playing games with us! The route back to the long house was down the river. All three of is managed to do a synchronised fall in the river and only Kat got helped up from Alvin.. Pffft. After a shower in the river where we had little fish nibbling at our feet, we had a chicken and chips lunch (very bizarre after local cuisine for so many weeks). That afternoon ...