The LimeTree Hotel Kuching
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Only in Borneo can you have chilli Sarawak Laksa soup for breakfast at 7 am. Yummo. Its a tangy noodle soup made with coconut milk, sour tamarind and fiery sambal paste , with shredded chicken , shrimps and bean sprouts , topped with freshly squeezed lime. Better than weetbix, I can tell you!!!- mind you weetbix with chillis - hmmm thats an idea!,< …
Our last night in Kuching we have dinner at a favourite restaurant - James Brooke, named for the first white Rajah of Borneo. The food is great, it's right on the river and the staff are really wonderful.
On our way back to the hotel we run across a really emancipated dog. He does not look good at all. There are a number of feral dogs and …
My editor-in-chief though I was a little parsimonious on my praise for Singapore. That was not my intention. It really is a great city. And the area where we stayed - Kampong Glam - was very cool. It is the Arab quarter with lots of great shops, bars and restaurants hidden in the myriad of alleyways. Even if you don't stay there it is worth the …
I am starting to feel at home in Kuching.
After some free time, it was of to Semenggoh to see the Orangutans at afternoon feeding. This time a guy was hand feeding a mother and baby and the huge male "Kevin" rocked up for a feed. Again it good to see the orangutans in their semi natural environment.
The group went to huge food court "Top …
It was interesting to learn more about the local people's at the Cultural Villiage and show then at the museums. It seems the weather and having to defend oneself from other tribes in many communities choosing to live in "Long Houses". One community preferred a long contiguous row of houses on a platform, others 2 rows with a communal section …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe LimeTree Hotel Kuching
Great little hotel - good value, close to city centre, good breakfast, friendly staff. Highly recommended.
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