Dorset Boutique Hotel, Kuching
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... sun bears who were all very excited to receive their treats especially big baby who wouldn't stop squealing with excitement the entire time! After another tasty lunch we had a walk in to the rainforest to reach a waterfall and have a little swim. We experienced the heavy rainforest rain, bugs, stingless bees, colourful mushrooms, and saw a terrapin in the water. Kat also had a tiger leach attached to her leg which thankfully was noticed ...
Our guide brought the minivan to a sudden halt.
“Snake! A cobra! Did you see it?” he asked.
All four of us peered from out of the back of the van and into the delta of illuminated overgrown track we had been driving along since we left the lodge half an hour ago.
‘No….” we chorused hesitantly. “Has it gone?”
Without answering, our guide jumped out of the van and came around ...
After the Mulu caves we returned to Kuching, and stayed at the same serviced apartment which we had stayed in for 2 nights before we went to Mulu. It was nice to know the place, and know that we would be returning to lovely clean sheets, actual towels, a pool, gym, and air con 24/7. We really liked Kuching. It has lovely clean wide streets, with big trees growing on the sides or in the center of the streets. There is ...
... and a shopping mall (as we are both sick we don't want to be outside in this type of weather).
We caught a taxi to the museum, and he put the taxi meter on (many taxi's dont use meters here, they tell you the price before getting in). Along the way he tells us (in terrible English) that there are no taxi's there and he will wait for us with the meter on. Are you serious??!?!!!! This will have to be a quick museum visit.
We went in (no charge) and paid to ...
... they have 20,000 species of insects alone in there. We also saw a green snake which was... snaking up the tree climbing up the leaves - I think it was a bit poisonous, so we watched from a small distance as it climbed higher and higher in to the jungle. We also got to do a canopy walk among the trees - it was just our group and it was an early morning, so everything was calm and tranquil. We didn't see any wildlife apart from massive butterflies swinging around in between the trees. ...