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Kuching Trip 20-22 Jan 2011 (Part I) - Lodging

Note: A special thanks to Firefly - Your Community Airline and I Heart Borneo. 

Photos courtesy of David Bates. :)

During our recent trip to Kuching in Sarawak, also known as the Land of Hornbills on 20-22 January 2011, David and I stayed at
Berambih Lodge, a longhouse-style guesthouse. Berambih means come together or in Bahasa Malaysia, datang dan berkumpul beramai-ramai.

Strategically located at No. 104, Ewe Hai Street in the hustle and bustle of Kuching City Center, Berambih Lodge provides excellent access within walking distance to the well-known Kuching Waterfront, Chinese Museum, Main Bazaar, Sarawak Museum, and many more local eateries and handicraft outlets. It is also located within 50 feet from the oldest Chinese Tua Pek Kong Temple, a significant landmark.

This is the mini lounge for room registration and payment.

This is the living room area, adjacent to the registration lounge. Its wall and floor are mainly constructed with palm leaves and bamboo trunks. Inner decor includes traditional kain pua, wooden furniture, and rattan floor mats.

Another view of the living room.

This is the dining area, immediately after the living room.

This is the double/twin room, clean and tidy.

Room rates (per night) as below:
  • Dorm: RM20
  • Single (Private): RM40
  • Double/Twin (Private): RM50
  • Triple (Private): RM70
  • Family (4-6 pax): RM90-120
  • Room rates are correct at time of writing this post.
  • No attached bathrooms/toilets. There are two bathrooms (with hot shower) and one toilet per floor to be shared by five rooms.
  • Facilities include breakfast, ASTRO, WiFi, Internet access, air-conditioned room, complimentary towels, and airport transfer (chargeable).


For more information about Berambih Lodge, call 082-238 589 / 012-888 5589 or send an email to or visit their website @



We spent Thursday (20 Jan) exploring the waterfront and other places of interests across the river.

Friday (21 Jan) was mostly spent at Sarawak Cultural Village. We also met up with our old friends in Kuching during these two days.

We really enjoyed Saturday (22 Jan) morning and afternoon as we strolled along quaint alleyways of Ewe Hai Street, Carpenter Street, Bishopgate Street, and Main Bazaar. 


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