Kuching World Guides - Your Comments and Reviews

(Kuching, Malaysia)

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A Visit Out of the City
The Sarawak Culture Village was good for the family. You will book a driver to take you and stay with you while there. They have many handicrafts to buys and you can see more natural wildlife. Beautiful.
Posted on 09/3/2012 by Marisa Fiore

Outdoor Activities
If you plan to spend some extra time in Kuching, you should look into rowing and badminton at the local club. I liked my time there so much that I decided to stay but was looking for a way to stay fit on holiday.
Posted on 18/7/2011 by Hayley King

Re. Quiet Resort and Perfect Service
It was a nice place to stay, but we thought it was a bit far from all the happenings. We sometimes felt stuck at the resort however beautiful it was.
Posted on 29/12/2009 by Andy Vickery

Quiet Resort and Perfect Service
I can like to say that the Damai Beach Resort lives up the photographs. It was a nice relax and the rooms were kept well. I also very much like the way the massage is by Malaysian lady.
Posted on 25/12/2009 by Reina Guzman

Bako National Park
Some cool place to go are the rehabilitation and park for the orangutans and the Bako National Park. You can arrange a trip or make it cheap with friends you meet at the hotel. There are many animals and can volunteer some time too.
Posted on 11/12/2009 by Iris Nielson

An Explosion of Culture
Kuching has a lot more culture and beauty than some of the other cities in Malaysia. It is also a slight more family friendly. The highlight for us was the Sarawak River Cruise. Not the mot comfortable seating, but a beautiful view nonetheless.
Posted on 23/6/2009 by Belinda Allen