Ariva Gateway Kuching
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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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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... some long houses. These are not authentic longhouses, the government have built seven of the different tribes long houses to look like the real ones but there is a lot more information and it's got lots of entertainment within. I think we wanted to go see them in this museum type style instead of imposing on people that still live in them and making them the tourist attraction. Even though that means the money is probably better directed with the ...
... Small mammal and as you can guess by it's name is very slow an it has massive eyes, much like a Tarsier. The ranger had only seen two in two years of being a guide! Lucky! And also two tarantulas!
The next day we just sat around watching the funny proboscis monkeys before we got the bumpy boat back round the coast. An amazing few days in Bako and one of the cheapest national parks to visit with some amazing wildlife to see. Definitely recommend it!
... hundreds, perhaps thousands, of bats in the Wind Cave, so I spent much my time walking through the passages and trying to get good photographs of hanging bats, no easy task in the dark. I still had my good camera working then.
It was a full, busy, fun day. I travelled to the various places with my own car and driver, which cost about $75 for the day, including gas - pretty reasonable and less than half of what it would have cost through the ...
... With a long wait for the bus due to a national holiday we started chatting to some local scientists who'd been to Birmingham and got ourselves a lift home. The next day we said our goodbyes to Ttia and her family and flew to the isolated national park in the rainforest, Mulu. The airport rally was in the middle of nowhere and the views of the rainforest out of the plane window spread as far as the eye could see. We stayed a few nights at Mulu River Lodge and explored ...
... tandorri for tea. Cost per person was 27.5RMB or about 10 Kiwi for two naan breads, a great curry, and a lime juice. On the way there we were passed by streams of fun runners participating in an event of some kind. Many had flashing lights on their shoes and wrists.
Weather today has ranged from heavy rain, to very hot and humid. The temperature range was: 26 - 33 and it's 29 right now.