One Hotel Santubong
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TripAdvisor Reviews One Hotel Santubong Kuching
Travel Blogs from Kuching
... steel bars -- all current on our tetanus shots, so no worries about that. But, we got a good physical workout -- lifting, carrying, and drenched from the sweat again. Didn't mind that, but when you take a cold shower, feel like a new person, and then that lasts all of about 1 minute. Back to sweating and dripping.
Played simple frisbee in the front with Ruairi, and 1/2 hour later was drenched again. Oh, and to make things better, ...
... town to find my hotel (I know I only walked a few blocks, but somehow it's now the wild goose chase). But they all screamed out when they saw the Ranee sign, and I thanked them for the helpful little journey to find my hotel . . . & daughter. Ha Ha !
It's Saturday morning here, and we have a completely open day to catch some sights and sounds of the city of Kuching, Malaysia. Welcome to Malaysia . . . now keep walking !
... my mouth water especially devouring the rich crust within the shell. This is a must when you are in Kuching but remember that it is difficult to get such crabs (second brother made a "crab" reservation this morning and we had the biggest ones to the envy of fellow eaters!).
Ben also managed to get some really great "swallow birds' nests" delicacy (dried) for Poh-poh in Singapore. Destined to try it when I go to ...
A couple of flights and an overnight in Kuching in the state of Sarawak (I've been in the state of Sabah until now - the other state in Malaysian Borneo...)
The next part of my adventure is a jungle homestay called Kura Kura.
To quote from their webpage,
"A true jungle guesthouse located next to Kuching Sarawak river, a paradise surrounded by the rain forest of Borneo, Malaysia. At this place we (Lars and Liza with our daughter Froya (born ...
... at some tiger sanctuaries that a dominant tigers urine is spread around the encloses to make them docile so humans can approach and take photos. Or have some animals learned helplessness from being taken from their mothers or their species and are then reliant on humans to feed and care for them. All I'm asking is for people to do some research into the backgrounds of the places that they visit involving animals and ask yourselves... WOULD YOU DO THIS AT HOME? ...