Kuching Hotels

Where to Stay in Kuching

Set upriver from the swamp-ridden coastline, Kuching will almost certainly be your first port of call when you visit Sarawak. More adventurous travelling can be found beyond Sibu but the city and surroundings contain enough to occupy a couple of weeks’ systematic sightseeing.

Housing the state’s best collection of antique ceramics, brassware, ethnic artefacts and natural history exhibits, Kuching’s Sarawak Museum merits a visit. Meanwhile the city’s colonial structures merit exploration – start with the white Courthouse, the Round Tower and the 20-foot granite obelisk Charles Brooke Memorial; later pay a visit to the absurdly grand Post Office, the modern Anglican Cathedral and the Bishop’s House – the oldest structure in Kuching.

Accommodation options in Kuching are varied. Finding inexpensive accommodation is not easy as budget deals are oftentimes full, so be sure to book ahead. Mid-range lodgings are steadfast options and there are no less than a dozen in the Jalan Green Hill vicinity. At the top end of the scale, most of the pricey hotels boast dramatic views over the river as well as swimming pools and 24-hour service.


Kuching Hotels

Four Points by Sheraton Kuching  
The Ranee Boutique Suites  
Grand Margherita Hotel  
Citadines Uplands Kuching  
Ariva Gateway Kuching  
Kuching Waterfront Lodge  
Merdeka Palace Hotel & Suites Kuching  
Abell Hotel  
Basaga Holiday Residences  
Pullman Kuching  
360 Urban Resort Hotel Tower B  
Penview Hotel  
Tune Hotel Waterfront Kuching  
Hotel Grand Continental Kuching  
The LimeTree Hotel Kuching  
Woodpecker Lodge  
Grand Supreme Hotel  
56 Hotel  
Riverside Majestic Hotel  
Batik Boutique Hotel  
Kuching Park Hotel  

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