Kingwood Inn

Address: Lot 618, Section 62, Jalan Padungan, PO Box 2842, Kuching, Sarawak, 93756 , Malaysia | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Lot 618, Section 62, Jalan Padungan, PO Box 2842, Kuching, is near Kuching Esplanade, Sarawak Museum, Chinese Museum, and Kubah National Park.
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Travel Blogs from Kuching

Everybody Wants To Be A Cat.

A travel blog entry by peteandal on Dec 19, 2014

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... but I picked out new frames but because of my "abnormal" prescription they would need at least 5 days to get the lenses which we didn't have. We toyed with the idea of sending them onto Bangkok but the post would be too slow. I bought the frames anyway (because they were 24) and would get the lenses done at my "usual" optician- Apple. Pete then got a 3.70 haircut and we planned the rest of our time in Kuching. On the way back to the hostel ...

Bearded Pigs, Monkeys and Creepy Crawlies

A travel blog entry by peteandal on Dec 17, 2014

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After dinner we went on a night walk with one of the park rangers. 10RM each (2) we actually had 4 park rangers because there was a big group of people wanting to go. After a quick safety brief- watch out for king cobras, vipers, poisonous centipedes, scorpions etc! We were in group two, and straightaway were at the back of a single file line. No matter though, almost 2 minutes ...

Headhunters, Longhouses, Fairy Caves & Bats

A travel blog entry by skjaer on Nov 20, 2014

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... live, and a couple of cool caves.

The longhouses are what some of the headhunting tribes lived in in this part of Borneo. When I visited two Bidayuh traditional longhouses (in addition to the one in the Sarawak Cultural Village), they still had a number of skulls on display from headhunting days. Dayak warriors in Borneo cut off the heads of their foes and took them back to their villages as trophies, as a way of showing their warrior ...

Going Ape in Sarawak

A travel blog entry by kateandnicola on Oct 01, 2014

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... we wandered slowly along the track back to the bus a man we'd met on the way stopped in a taxi and told us that the bus was waiting and would leave without us of we didn't hurry. In panic we both started to run along at snails pace in an attempt to get there faster as the taxi moved along slowly next to us and the man asked us why we didn't just get in. We piled into the taxi which already had a couple in the back and headed to the bus just in time. As we turned to pay a share ...

Day 5

A travel blog entry by dt_borneoblitz on Sep 18, 2014

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... drank a bottle of water.

We didn't have enough skilled people to do the leveling so we finished early which was quite pleasant but disappointing as I would've liked to have made more progress.

We have a doctor on the team and she have been valuable as we have three people affected by some kind of stomach ailment. One was hospitalised but back home tonight. I passed her my ...