Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
Backpacker favourite51 Upper China St, Kuching
T: (019) 885 3998;
Three House is a perenniel favourite with backpackers, and it's easy to see why. Situated in the heart of the city and with a friendly, helpful owner, Bindi, you could happily spend a relaxed week ... Read the full review of Three House B and B.
In the heart of ChinatownNo. 26 Carpenter Street (China Street), Kuching
T: (082) 418 318;
Situated in the heart of Chinatown on Jalan Carpenter, this is the ideal location from which to explore Kuching. Mr D, the owner, whose real name is still a mystery to us, is a mine of information ... Read the full review of Mr D's B and B.
A place to chill out with friends1st Floor, No. 3, Jalan Green Hill, Kuching
T: (016) 856 3855;
Although Nomads is part of the Three House and Tracks group of hostels, it has a very different feel. Where Three House is homely, Nomads feels like a place you would come to chill out with friends. ... Read the full review of Nomad.
Great concept but tight rooms37 Jalan Tabuan, Kuching
A newly opened backpacker place, we really love the concept behind this lodge. Owner Danny has lovingly decorated each room in the style of an indigenous community. Danny himself is running the place ... Read the full review of Borneo Tribal Lodge.
Typical backpacker fare1st Floor, No. 5, Jalan Green Hill, Kuching
T: (019) 640 7372;
Tracks is located right next door to Nomads, and is decked out in the same unmistakable red as its sister hostels Nomads and Three House. It's pretty much the same as the others but has fewer choices ... Read the full review of Tracks Bed & Breakfast.
Good decor just ok roomsNo. 104 Ewe Hai Street, Kuching
T: (082) 238 589;
Berambih Lodge is another backpacker outfit in Chinatown and while not the best on offer, we award effort marks for the decoration of their communal area, which has traditional palm leaf panelling ... Read the full review of Berambih Lodge.
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