Kuching Waterfront Lodge
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKuching Waterfront Lodge
The Waterfront Lodge is a very nice and clean hostel. It is very good located and it has a very good free WIFI.
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... fern thing, also very nice.
One of the highlights here was taking an 11km river Kayak trip. We did a few stops along the route to see a waterfall, native village and have a dip in the river. Incidentally, the man who ran the tour told us he was from one of the headhunting tribes... eek we thought, but saying that, he seemed like a really nice guy, just glad I remembered to bring my wallet to pay him! With all the rain, the river was flowing pretty ...
... driver (I'm not sure if that's the correct name for a guy in charge of a speed boat) managed to keep us from capsizing. Despite that and the fact I didn't really like boats it was actually so much fun! Once we arrived at the national park we had to jump out of the boat into the water and walk to shore. We dried off, grabbed a quick snack and then decided which trail to start with. One of the park guides suggested to do the big trail first but warned us it was very slippy due to ...
After Singapore we took a plane to Johor cross the Singapore / Malaysian border. From there we took a bus to the city Kuching were we eventually stayed for over a week. Kuching Kuching lies on the east side of Malaysia and is part of the island Borneo. Borneo is well known for its beautiful national parks and large bio diversity. In Kuching we found a very nice hostel called the Seahare hostel. Here we met some nice people were we did some ...
... start: 8am at the travel shop (Paradesa Borneo) near the hotel. It was just us and a lovely, friendly local Malaysian guide called Stephanie. Fortunately it was a relatively overcast morning and was gently raining as we set off. Still, it wasn't more than a few hundred metres before I was dripping in sweat. We cycled out of town to a peer and crossed the Sarawak river on a little taxi boat (see photo). We then cycled through a few lovely Kampungs (villages) across a few ...
... along :)). It was a fun night of new and interesting eats, really bad busking (in some cases), and constant conversations with locals as I try and tear myself away politely.
A few of the things I got up to included the Sarawak Cultural Village and the Orang-utan Sanctuary. I was quite impressed with the Village setup which displays home types of the various local tribes. At each of the houses there would be people from that tribe cooking, or ...