Special offer, only RM60.00 per night for ensuite room. The best value in Kuching city.
B&B Inn, where the weary soul goes for a rest. 'It's a great place to be based, clean and friendly, with good travel information available' by Lonely Planet Guide.
You are welcome to view our rooms whilst in Kuching, with no obligations to stay at our hostel. We would like you to know that we provide the best value, afford able accommodation in town.
B&B Inn is the First and only council approved licensed hostel in town since 1994. With Nineteen years experience in serving backpackers' and budget travelers' needs in Kuching, B&B Inn is also one of the only two hostels listed in Hostelworld Kuching hold valid hostel license and fully approved by Malaysia Fire Department for safety requirements since 1994.
(Check In At License Accommodation Only, Local Authority Advice)
Our hostel is Eco-friendly, clean, simple and basic. We know your needs.
B&B Inn is strategically located right in the heart of Kuching city, just a stone's throw away from the Kuching waterfront, main shopping centers and supermarkets. Ten to fifteen minutes walk to all major bus stops and tourist information centers, we have single, double, family and dorm rooms available.
We offer advice and can arrange for Long House home stays located along the Skrang River with the best price in town.
-Skrang River Safari and Home Stay. 3D/2N trip for RM550. per person.
* 240km away fom Kuching
* 2hours by river boat safari
*Jungle Treking (primarry forest) with local guide
*Stay in the Longhouse with local, not guest house
*Traditional cooking in bamboo
-Rainforest kayak adventure RM188.00 per person
-Culture village tour RM80.00 per person
*Price include two way transportation from B&B Inn and admission ticket to culture village
RM25.00 per way (between 6.00am to 11.59pm)
RM35.00 per way (between 0.00am to 5.59am)
Please email us your flight number and the arrival time if you like to have the airport pick up service.
This is a Trusted Review. Why?
the staff is very friendly, always helpful and gives you all the information you need. The bathrooms and showers are always clean and so are the corridors and kitchen. there is coffee and tea available all day long and basic breakfast (toast & coconut honey) till 12. The rooms are really basic, just a bed and a few coat hangers but clean with a fan which is enough. I think they have more luxury rooms for a little bit more money as well. Nothing to complain about!
This is a Trusted Review. Why?
Although I booked for the RM40 per night room, the conditione of the room was unacceptable that I was forced to upgrade to a different room and paying more than what I had bargained for.
The RM40 room stank of rotten tobacco, had a rectangular hole for a window and rusted prison-like bed frame that smelt of rancid metal.
The walls seemed to be infected with what looked liked brown liquid fungus and the paintwork were peeling off the wall. It was bad... I didn't expect even a 3-star standard of accomodation, but that room really looked like the abandoned prison I saw in Cambodia! Being a Malaysian, I was sorely disappointed.
However, the room that I upgraded to, the RM70 per night, was spotlessly clean with new curtains, new bedding and attached bathroom. The room was cosy and smelt fresh.
The only improvement I would suggest is to add some hooks or hangers in the bathroom to at least be able to hang a towel.
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