Kuching Waterfront Lodge
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
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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... br> We wanted to "get lost" and explore the city -- and had no problem doing that. I think we got lost about 8 times, and just had to laugh about it as we'd end up going in circles unintentionally and passing by the same spot 5-6 times. Well, the local vendors were noticing this and had a chuckle each time --- there they go again ! (stupid Americans !) Haley was trying to refrain from pulling out the map while on back of the scooter, as you ...
... way! A lot of the museum was closed and in darkness and there wasn't very much in the part that was open. Next, we went to the ethnographic building, only when we walked in, it was full of natural history things, including a giant hair ball removed from a man eating crocodile! Once we'd seen all the Sarawak Museum had to offer (apart from the art building!), we went for a couple of drinks at a bar we'd spotted next door to the tourist ...
We had to drive past Semenggoh Nature Reserve on the way back to Kuching, so Liza dropped me off at the ticket office. The guard kindly looked after my rucksack while I walked 1.3km into the nature reserve to hopefully see more orang-utans!! While in Borneo.....
Semenggoh is home to about 25 semi-wild orang-utans. 11 who were rescued from captivity or orphaned - the rest born in the reserve. Food is provided twice a day - and the orang-utans may ...
... after another child. Their adoption was spoken about openly and their families were in touch and lived in the village. Lovely.
In the afternoon I took a stroll around the garden with Liza looking at culinary and traditional medicinal plants. We picked some ferns and pineapples for dinner. Most Bidayuh have now converted to Christianity but their animist beliefs in ancient spirits and nature, handed down from generation to generation, are ...
... walk. One of the vans was too old to get up the hill for the start if yet reckon so one van was going to take us all to the top. We waited for the second round to go up but as the guy came down in the van the breaks were steaming! He had had his foot one the break the whole way down. We then had to walk up this steep hill! (Felt like a mountain). The rest of the track was much better though, under the canopy of the rainforest. We walked ...