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Kuching / Sarawak Tourism Industry
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Hi Guys, I was thinking to set up a new topic about Kuching or Sarawak's Tourism. It seemed like tourism was hardly discussed in this forum or was discussed in other topics such as KIA which was wrong tag.

You are very welcome to share whichever nice attractions or any places you have been here!

Some pictures could also be shared here too!

Posted on: 2010/9/26 14:27
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http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=953840

Just look at these pictures. We also have nice sandy beaches with blue sea 1.5 Hour drive from Kuching, in Lundu, but no one ever notices?

Posted on: 2010/9/26 14:48
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Damai Puri Spa & Resort....From the resort, you can make out Satang Island, also popularly known as Turtle Island because it’s a nesting site for the green turtles that come ashore to lay eggs between April and October. The island also boasts a beautiful white sandy beach. And the sea around it is rich in corals and perfect for snorkelling. Pretty soon they would be offering scuba-diving at nearby “secret” locations where the wrecks of British and Japanese World War II ships have recently been found.
But if you want to raise more of a sweat, there’s always the well-equipped gym. Or you could trek up Gunung Santubong.

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That looks good. I wonder why I never step my foot there, can't really think of other places other than Damai Lagoon/Inn, Santubong Resort.

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about the scuba diving to the wrecks...that's cool! is it confirmed?

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U should call d resort when does it started.

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Wow, is this a 5 star resort? or more than that? The rate is god damn expensive!

http://www.damaipuriresort.com/RoomsSuites.html

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mike86... u're wrong. the price is reasonable last month i have been there for 2 night around Rm230++ pernight wth 2 breakfast. You can also try Damai Beach Resort but its mostly fully book during peak season.

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The shown room rate doesn't seem to be 200++

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Hahhaha.... trust me you can call d desk or book by online. There are another resort if u would like to try like Damai Beach Resort which are mostly the same price with damai Puri. Santubong Resort also offer a good price but it's far from sarawak Culture Village, Mount Santubong and beach but good for Golfer.

Permai Rainforest Resort: Tree House Permai RainforestLocated in a lush jungle near to pristine beaches and the mystical Gunung Santubong . With cold waterfalls, steady streams and unspoilt natural rainforests, with vegetation and fauna that nature endows throughout rolling undulating hills, it is nature waiting to be discovered.

A one place stop for those who wants to try out these activities:-

- Nature Walk
- Night Walk
- Treasure Hunt
- Wall Climbing
- Flying Fox
- Beach Games
- Bako National Park Trip
- Dolphin Watching & Satang Island
- Evening Mangrove Tour
- Satang Island Snorkelling
- Crocodile Watching
- Night Kayaking
- Coastal Kayaking
- Mount Santubong Climb
- High Ropes Course

This resort is built in a rainforest. Lots of greenery and nature.
There are :
- Tree House Accomodation (2 persons or small family) Your lodging is actually built high up in the air
- Cabin Accomodation ( for groups)
- Camping site ( need to bring own tent / sleeping bag )



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