Hotels in Kuching are varied, ranging from three-star accommodations just minutes away from Kuching’s business, entertainment, dining and shopping district to swanky internationally-acclaimed hotels situated along the Kuching Waterfront. 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.
Situated within a 20-minute drive from Kuching International Airport, Kuching hotels offer well-appointed guestrooms, professional staff, and easy access to Kuching’s must-visit landmarks, sprawling shopping malls, as well as local and international eateries. Do note that 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.