Kuching Park Hotel
Travel Blogs from Kuching
The long house festival, surely is nothing I have experienced before.
Having a chance to look at the house itself from the inside was exciting already. Watching the village guys sitting and drinking outside their doors while playing the guitar was a memorable picture for me right at that minute even tho my cameras buttons weren't clicked just yet.
The village was hidden, small and with a special character to it. I knew not many people knows ...
... The service was very moving and a special memory for me. Well organised in every detail. Well attended by Malaysian dignitaries and other Malays and many Australians, neatly 200 in total. I was overwhelmed by the actual memorial, very upsetting and sad to see and read everything. I was so shaken that I could not contemplate any of the gunfire breakfast. After this we went back to the hotel for a couple of hours, and I swam in the lovely infinity pool. Then we drove to ...
... water, a local showed us two massive stinging jelly fish that had just washed up!Eeek.
While walking along the enclosed boardwalk above mangrove swamps we stumbled across some long tailed macaque monkeys, that we happily clicked away with our cameras.. nik minit.. we were surrounded by 4 tribes of monkeys with no way forward of back.. there was a precipitise 50 metre drop into the swamp..( an exaggeration it was 2 metres)! After much trepidation we were able to tip toe our ...
SINGAPORE & KUCHING
This morning was hot and sunny with bright blue sky.
After breakfast we checked out of the Village Hotel Albert Court and waited for our transfer to Terminal 2 at Changi Airport at 0945.
Fantastic Hotel with excellent staff; everyone has been so friendly and helpful. I’m gonna miss the Nespresso Machine in the Club Lounge!
Everything went like clockwork; ...
... successful at re-introducing them to the wild. They just need to do a better job telling their story. We went to a cheetah rehab centre in Namibia and before you went to see them they explained the whole process. It makes a difference in enjoying the experience.
Kuching is the gateway to exploring wild Borneo (at least for Sarawak province) so we decide to make hay. We book a trip for four days into the rain forest of Borneo in search of wild orang utan. By ...