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We have a range of budget places to stay in Kuching from as low as £4 per night
Based on previous Kuching accommodation searches, the average starting price is £22
Want to splurge? At the top end in Kuching, we have 12 places to stay with prices starting at £34
mr_rhythm i stayed in this hostel for more than two weeks and loved it. the owners (samuel and georgette) were great. the location is perfect, just a ten minute walk from downtown kuching and the sarawak river. it is cheap and clean and has free internet. i highly recommend the marco polo.
Lot 69, Jalan Tabuan Off Chong Lin ParkExcellent 90%
No 6 & 7, Main BazaarExcellent 90%
Pantai Puteri Santubong VillageExcellent 90%
cridgeyno1 Treehouse was an awesome place to stay in Kuching. Bindi has created a very friendly and chilled atmosphere, which ties in well with the rest of Kuching. Only thing is that in the dorm, it was very dark and got pretty hot as there is only a fan in there. But overall, its an excellent place, and you will be guaranteed top notch service!
intouchspe This place is a little gem! We spent 4 nights here while in Kuching, a sleepy little town on a lovely river. The staff were welcoming from the moment we arrived to the moment we left. They provided helpful information on how to get to see some of the sights with no pushy sales attempts which was a relief and a nice surprise. Breakfast was included and although limited (toast, tea and coffee) the manager came down each morning and sliced up some fruit or shared some interesting snacks with us. The lodge's rooms are simple but very tastefully decorated with natural wood headboards and tables, and cute partitioned bathrooms. The showers were great & always the right temperature. And oh, the beds - so comfortable. They have lockers for valuables, a nice sitting area downstairs with papers, and water coolers so you can fill up your water bottles each day. Did I mention the lodge is right on the waterfront? Given it's name you would assume this but you never know.... The Waterfront Bazarre is a quiet little street even though it's the main road, so no need to worry about noise. My only criticism is that you cannot access tea and coffee facilities during the day and into the evening. They did provide these on request but it would be a nice touch to be able to make a cuppa when you really wanted one. But really, in the scheme of things, this is a minor detail. I would highly recommend staying at this lovely place in this lovely little town!
187, 1st floor, Song Thian Cheok Road, Kuching, Sa 93100Excellent 91%
Jalan Tunku Abdul RahmanGreat 80%
12B, Wayang StreetExcellent 91%
Hock Lee Centre, Hotel Tower Jalan Datuk AbangAbdul RahimGreat 80%
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