The Regency Pelagus Resort

Address: Kapit, Sarawak, 96807, Malaysia | Resort
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        Travel Blogs from Kapit

        Malaysian Borneo, Part 2: Sarawak (Niah & Kapit)

        A travel blog entry by danandzoelord on Aug 13, 2014

        18 photos

        Wednesday 13 to Sunday 17 August – Sarawak: Miri, Niah, Sibu and Kapit

        On Wednesday 13th we caught a bus from Brunei that carried us across the Malaysian border, where we had to get out of the bus a couple of times to get our passports stamped – the whole Brunei leg of our journey has added another 5 stamps to our passports (Dan's is looking pretty epic, 'Zoe Lord’s’ is pretty new but will hopefully be rivaled in a few years when Dan has to get a ...

        W gore rzeki - Kapit

        A travel blog entry by alienco on Mar 14, 2014

        1 comment, 4 photos

        Baaaardzo sie wysypiam. Posciel cudowna, zero komarow i cichutka dobrze wyregulowana klima. Teraz prysznic i pierwsze hotelowe sniadanko. Marne ono jednak - sadzone jajo i slodkawy makaron. Tyle mojego ze napije sie sensownej kawy. Po 7:30 mimo ociagania jestem juz gotowy do drogi wiec prosze o zamowienie taksowki i zmierzam do portu. Tu szczescliwy traf bo szybka lodz do Kapit odplywa doslownie za kilka minut. O 8 zatem odplywamy. Mniej mrozno w czesci pasazerskiej ...

        Flying coffins to Belaga and pointless permit

        A travel blog entry by tiggerbird on Oct 07, 2013

        6 photos

        7/10 - To Kapit

        There are no roads to Kapit, the only way is by boat. There are a lot of boats available throughout the day. However at just before 8.30am, there seemed to be only one departing, so we got tickets and proceeded to find a space for our bags inside the cabin rather than on the top!

        The express boats look like jet planes with the wings cut off, and they go nearly as fast and sound nearly as loud. Nicknamed 'flying ...


        A travel blog entry by 2totango on Jan 21, 2013

        10 photos

        Now that we're out of the tourist areas, we're searching for something real (despite the longhouse disaster). Excited by the idea that Borneo is a wild and untouched place (a tad romantic perhaps) we longed for some interactions with people (and not just our fellow travellers, nice though they are).

        We talked with our couch surf hosts in Kuching about this. They've lived in Sarawak for 2 years and both have jobs that ...

        Longhouse Disaster

        A travel blog entry by 2totango on Jan 20, 2013

        1 comment, 12 photos

        So the thing 'to do' in these parts is to visit longhouses. For those of you who might not know, the native people of these areas use this as a communal living space. Long raised housing complexes hold all the families together. There is a big shared living space through the centre and individual rooms all branch off of this. Think of it like townhouses of the jungle.

        We were quite excited when Tiina and Juma ...