Kingwood Inn

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

Rewarding work here at Matang

A travel blog entry by robertharraka on Jul 07, 2015

6 comments, 29 photos

... on one of the platforms, with the orangs watching us. We used tires, thick rope, and clamps, and devised a new set of "jungle gym" activities for the orangs to play on, starting in the morning. Dripping in sweat as it felt like an oven, but great fun as the 4 of us worked well together and we finished with a great product that will be enjoyed by the apes. And we even got to test out the ropes and swings ourselves first, pretending to be orangutans for ...

Getting close to Nature..

A travel blog entry by b_k2801 on Jun 23, 2015

85 photos

... where we stopped to have our peanut butter sandwiches and biscuits for lunch. We decided to tackle the 3.5hr loop next. Well we got about 1km in, and I called it quits. We were both drenched and dripping and had already gone through half our water. It felt like you were suffocating in the forest...turned and headed back to base. Washed our drenched clothes and showered...ahhhhh!!!! We were hungry again so went to get some lunch..pretty much the same as yesterday but B had ...

Three very different days meeting the IBAN

A travel blog entry by paulsgapyear on Jun 11, 2015

67 photos

... today I suspect, like many global ethic communities, they are affected by the intrusion of western habits, alcohol being one of the worst traits. Walking in to their home at the end of a serious bender was not a good idea.  Thursday  Back to Kuching, arrived at 1730, quiet night, repacking, hot showers and life's few luxuries   Friday  Off to Kota Kinabalu on a very early flight and the Sepilok Orang-utan Sanctuary on Saturday . ...

Going it alone in Borneo

A travel blog entry by stephpalmer on May 30, 2015

2 comments, 16 photos

... city organised around the waterfront. There were 3 British rulers until the 1940's so it's a quirky mix of Malay, Chinese and western styles that works really well. Dinner was at a huge food court on top of a multi storey car park with a bloke from the hostel. Day 2 brought torrential rain so I spent a bit of time reading up on where I should go. I'm not sure quite how it happened but before I knew it, I'd signed up to join an overnight trip to a tribal village to ...

Rain, wind and rivers

A travel blog entry by amy.marvell on Mar 09, 2015

... across a river to this amazing long house made again with all bamboo. The long houses are all on stilts and to get up to this one there wasn't your traditional stair but knot he's cut out of a tree that was lent against the house. There were room along the side and two open fires. Valentine took us for a walk into the jungle pointing out all the different plants and what they do. It was amazing it was like a jungle supermarket. He even cut some ginger and we left ...