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Permai Rainforest Resort is an eco-friendly resort at the foot of Mount Santubong, a 5-minute walk from Sarawak Cultural Village. The resort offers a cafe and barbecue facilities. Loved how it was away from the city and had its own private beach! Such a beautiful sunset which was definitely worth the travel. Loved the mosquito net all around the place. Amazing!
Located in Damai, Nanga Damai Homestay features a garden and terrace. Among the various facilities of this property are a shared lounge and a bar. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay in Nanga Damai. Ping & Dario are excellent hosts. The rooms are very comfortable and spacious. The forests around are beautiful. This place has resort like creature comforts with the ambience of a homestay. The honesty bar, the little pool and sundeck, the small stream at the back of the resort - it was perfect. We enjoyed interacting with the other guests but people who would rather be left alone would also enjoy this place. Breakfast is basic and provided by the homestay. Lunch and dinner options are limited and you would need to walk a bit to the restaurants so plan your meals in advance. We had a car so we didn't have any problems. Dario also arranges for pick up from a nearby seafood restaurant(pretty good food) for dinner if informed by 6.30 pm.
Located in Kuching, 20 miles from Kuching Waterfront Bazaar and 15 miles from Sarawak Stadium, Santubong Suites B Just Like Home Damai provides accommodations with free WiFi, a garden with an outdoor... Spacious area, easily to move around in the house. Kitchen fully equipped with all the need utensils for cooking.
Located in Kuching, 20 miles from Kuching Waterfront Bazaar and 15 miles from Sarawak Stadium, Santubong Suites A Just Like Home Damai provides accommodations with free WiFi, a garden with an outdoor... Apartment is very roomy, with a dedicated parking spot. 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths. 1 bathroom in the master bedroom. Was able to split out the king bed into 2 twins in the master bedroom. The view from the apartment and balcony were amazing. I didn't catch any sunsets, but I assume it would be amazing. Host was friendly and easy to communicate, and helped us arrange a rental car for our visit. We visited the gym, and the pool during our stay, which was pretty nice.
Nice place for the location, beach & mountain. Breakfast & other meals can be improved ~ however we should give management grace period post lockdown. Please improve the wifi - it can’t be used. Visit Cultural Village- it is within walking distance & nicely set up.
Visited on 30/12- As it was high tide, it was not safe to swim during our visit. But when low tide in the morning, you can walk quite far Scenery of the hill was great. There was a small waterfall nearby the resort where you can go have picnic. Sarawak Cultural Village is quite rundown now, they should have more attractions as the entrance fee is already high. Shuttle from resort to Kuching is convenient. Those who love nature can go hiking at Mount Santubong. There is a bazaar with stalls selling food and also 7-Eleven store in front of the Sarawak Cultural Village.
Quiet , attractive village where real people live. Not touristy. Short drive from Damai beach which is good and has a few restaurants and shops. Cultural Village very ibteresting and the show there well worth sering Quite a way out from Kuching, but we had a hire car so were able to get about easily. Our accommodation could have arranged day trips if required Roads are good in general once outside the city busy roads.
It was sad that the Indonesian fires had such an impact on the atmosphere. Most days we weren't able to see the mountain. When the haze lifted it was better. So glad that we were staying in the confines of the amazing Village House.
Make sure you see Irrawaddy dolphin, Proboscis monkeys and Orangutans all in their natural habitat. Amazing nature. Kuching was a great surprise as well. Such a developed city in the middle of the jungle.
The resort accommodation is unique and fun to experience, the room we stayed in was the king suite with a big adjoining bathroom! Love the peaceful and green surroundings. The popular start trail to Mt Santubong is just literally down the road from the resort, which was very convenient. The resort in my opinion is not child/elderly/disable friendly due to the uneven terrain, steps and lack of safety barriers going down to the sea.
We were there to celebrate my wife's birthday. Thanks for the birthday deco, prepared by hotel's staffs, they were very friendly and thanks for the great hospitality. We were there during weekday, and we were the only family throughout the stay. The scenery, the gardens, herb garden, infinity swimming pool and gym room by the beach, the verandah in front of the rooms, and the design that themed using Puak Kumbu, a traditional Iban weaving patterns were all superb. Will definitely go again.
Cosy family-run place, with the very majestic mountain right above you! Could not ask for a better setting. Room was very clean, comfortable (we had our own veranda overlooking the jungle), and tastefully decorated. Breakfast was one of the best we've had while travelling! The place is remote so you get all the peace and quiet you need, but close enough to the Santubong National Park and trail to go up the mountain.
Totally recommend this place. Just forget about Damai beach or The C**vert. Friendly ppl running the property. Clean and tidy. Food was so dem tasty. Do they allow visitors for dine in only? Great environment. In spite of the curfew, u have everything you need at this place if all you want is to relax - it's a retreat instead of a hotel. They have 3 resident geese that loves slippers so be warned 😂
Beach was good, food was good (we had breakfast & dinner there), the convenient shop price was good - not pricey like most hotels, parking plenty, staff are friendly.
A unique resort. One of the kind in Kuching. The place is very well maintained. The breakfast is excellent.
Price is fair with aged Tree House