Ariva Gateway Kuching
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAriva Gateway Kuching
The hotel has a rather tired look and feel but it is clean, well located, provides great service (tries very hard to be a 5 star) and is priced well compared to other hotels in Kuching's golden triangle.
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... hand saws of course, and then lugging them up the hill. Many things that we'd take for granted at home (such as
just go down the street and rent a power tool or a chain saw) just don't exist as an option here.
So, we work as servants for the cause, and give our best effort in these conditions.
It was an afternoon of pushing myself to my limits, and it truly felt good. Hardest work I've done in many years ! Absolutely drenched ...
... before we had to meet for the boat. I suggested we went to see if the silver leaf monkeys were still about, but I don't think either of us really expected to see them. We headed back to where we'd left them and there they were! The female and baby and one other were pretty much in the same tree we'd left them in earlier. We watched them for a while and we could hear the rest of the group in the trees between the path we were on and the beach, so Dave suggested going down to ...
Hi guys, I think it's time for a new update because last time we were in koh phi phi and we've already been visiting more places. After Koh Phi Phi we took the boat to Langkawi, Malaysia! We rented a scooter for two days to explore the island. We went to some waterfalls and to a skybridge up in the mountains. Therefore we had to take a cable car which was terrifying! It was so steep but the view was amazing! After the skybridge we went to a ...
... It was an amazingly decadent place, lots of marble, grand pianos, beautiful chandeliers... The rooms were expansive and we had decent city views from up high. We explored the city and went up the twin towers, the view from the 84th floor was fantastic! We ate at a packed food street called Jalan Alor - restaurants sprawled out onto the street and the plastic tables and chairs were crammed with diners. We had some delicious aubergine and chicken and ...
... half an hour on the way back we had seen that it had grown about a centimetre in that time. When we returned all hot and sweaty, we went down to the river by the house, where we did some washing and tried to feed the fish. Now everyone is chatting and waiting for dinner! After dinner we got a dance and gong performance by one of the older tribes woman and then a tribes men. We all joined on dancing women when the lady danced and men with then man. It was all great ...