Accommodation In Kuching
A traveller’s dream
Kuching is a traveller’s heaven. Sarawak’s capital has a fantastic mix of cultural, historic and natural attractions from the Tua Pek Kong Temple and Kuching Civic Centre to the resplendent waterfront and Main Bazaar. Thankfully, the city is small enough to be able to explore on foot meaning you also won’t be too far from your overnight base for an afternoon siesta.
Budget guesthouses can be found on almost every street corner. From longhouses to chalets; bed and breakfasts to hostels, you’re guaranteed to find something to suit your needs. Beds Guesthouse is a popular option with dormitories and private rooms, Singgahsana Lodge is a trendy backpacker hostel, and Wo Jia Lodge is a waterfront property with spacious, renovated rooms.
5-star luxury for less
Those seeking barefoot luxury will find no shortage of 5-star hotels in Kuching. Promising world-class hospitality, comfort and amenities, the Pullman Kuching enjoys a hilltop setting on Jalan Mathies offering panoramic city and river views, contemporary rooms and decadent hotel dining.
Hilton Kuching enjoys a superb setting on the Sarawak River and offers waterfront and award-winning dining, sophisticated guest suites and easy access to attractions. You can also enjoy Sarawak River views from the elegant rooms of the Riverside Majestic Hotel.
Easy, breezy Santubong getaways
Situated 30 kilometres from the heart of Kuching, the sleepy beach town of Santubong is perfect for a quick getaway. The area is home to Sarawak’s finest beach resorts and the famous Cultural Village, and plays host to international events like the World Rainforest Music Festival.
Beachfront resorts don’t hold back when it comes to luxury. From its humble beginnings as a beachside shack, Cove 55 Resort became Sarawak’s first luxury villa for hire. The resort continues to impress guests with its minimalist chic interiors and Iban accents, along with spectacular views of the South China Sea and Mount Santubong.