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

Mini trip to the waterfall.

A travel blog entry by amy.marvell on Mar 15, 2015

... in and jumped Into. A lovely afternoon :) In the event after dinner we crossed the river with the help of the Iban tribe in their boats across to their home where we played party games and had a mini party with the tribe. We played games like popping balloons pegged to a sheet and popped them with a blow pipe. There was lots of dancing which we had to perform the moves that we had practiced. All in all a good ...

Welcome to the Jungle

A travel blog entry by agemofajourney on Jan 26, 2015

8 photos

... metres away! I couldn't believe it, there was a mother and a child swinging on a rope heading in our direction towards the feeding zone. It was incredible I literally couldn't believe my eyes and watched in amazement as they headed our way and swinging above us before landing on the feeding platform. For such large animals they move with such grace. I was almost in a trance just watching them eating bananas and the young orangutan playing with its mother and stealing her ...

The Jungle VIP

A travel blog entry by peteandal on Dec 13, 2014

5 photos

... by his son, who set up a State Council in 1941 to pass laws. This didn't last long as the Japanese invaded in the same year.
Once the Japanese surrendered in Sept 1945, Sarawak came under Australian military administration. On 22nd July 1963, Sarawak gained independence, then shortly afterwards joined Malay, Sabah and Singapore (expelled in 1965) to form the new nation of Malaysia on Sept 16th 1963.


Bako Park & Proboscis Monkeys

A travel blog entry by skjaer on Nov 22, 2014

4 comments, 141 photos

... I understand that the males have bigger noses, just like male birds often have more colourful plumage than females. And even weirder, some (or all) of the males had these really obvious erections as they went about their feeding. You won't have any trouble seeing this in some of the photos. I guess it's nice that they really enjoyed their eating that much! Or was it because we were watching?

So, between the closeness of the encounter, the number of ...

A throng of children and a birthday boy

A travel blog entry by edweston on Sep 15, 2014

12 photos

... chocolate milkshake and delivered in his mouth with a syringe we'd bought at a chemist (see photo of the accoutrements). The tablets are not water soluble and the powder sinks so we had to spoon it into the syringe and then suck up the milkshake. We think he swallowed what wasn't left in the syringe or bowl or on the spoons used to crush and scoop or dribbled out. But it was impossible to clean the syringe adequately and he now won't ...