Kingwood Inn

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

Batangi and the Eban tribe

A travel blog entry by rskybackpackers on Aug 30, 2014

5 photos

... one while we were there. On the trek we saw a lesser spotted eagle saw above us which was pretty cool and also huge butterflies which we mistook for birds they were that big. We also saw numerous hairy nest, mainly old ones but then we saw a few which looked quite fresh. These nests, along with the freshly bitten fruits which we found on the ground, gave us hope that a hairy may be close by! After hearing some loud bangs and a male hairys call, we followed ...

Malaysian Borneo, Part 3: Sarawak (Kuching)

A travel blog entry by danandzoelord on Aug 17, 2014

2 comments, 34 photos

... to worry about unless you accidentally tread on one; we were told that the poison takes just 16 hours to see off a human! Gulp!

Rather than walk back the way we came we jumped in a small taxi-boat with another couple of trekkers round the headland – past landmarks such as a sea stack that looks like a cobra – to another beach to pick up a different trail back to Park HQ. Three hours later of hot and humid rainforest trekking we returned to HQ for ...

Malaysia (Borneo) - Kuching & Bako National Park

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Aug 08, 2014

68 photos

... on young leaves, shoots, sour fruits and seeds.

After having some snacks we started to walk back to the junction where the Telok Paku Trail was separating from the Lintang Trail. Since our next plan was to see a waterfall we had to follow the Lintang Trail for roughly 30 minutes (about 1,5km). Lintang Trail is famous for the seven types of vegetation, another unique characteristic of Bako National Park. The seven complete eco-systems can be found along this trail: ...

Borneo part of Malaysia

A travel blog entry by jessicachant88 on May 21, 2014

5 photos

... to the top of a cliff and looking down over a secluded beach and seeing mountains in the distance. After about 3 hours of walking, no food, and only one bottle of water we decided to head back, a bit disappointed at not seeing any animals except a squirrel Waiting at the HQ for a boat to take us back to the bus stop, Frenchie spotted a bearded pig so we got up to take photos and suddenly noticed ...

Orangutans and the world's largest flower

A travel blog entry by thomasworldtour on May 07, 2014

45 photos

... managed to get up early enough the next day to go two hours on a bus to Gunung Gading to see the rafflesia in bloom there, which happens very infrequently. The one we saw was 57cm across, and was kind of squashed by the side of one trail, but was indeed a big flower (they can grow up to 1m across). Even with Dom's very sore back, we still managed to walk one of the waterfall trails, dip our feet in the cool water for a free fish pedicure and go around ...