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Nestled on the tropical island of Borneo in Malaysia, Kuching is a main tourist destination for travellers that offers a unique mix of city and jungle. The city is divided into two by the Sarawak River and the south displays a great contrast of modern structures and old-world charm; while the north is full of rainforests to be explored. The north is also where guests can find three- and four-star beach hotels in Kuching.
The diverse charm of the city is reflected in the handful of beach resorts scattered on the South China Sea. Tropical haven tree houses or Malay-style stilted rooms are a few of the different styles travellers can choose from. Comfort and luxury are not compromised for style and these rooms come with air conditioning, free Wi-fi, comfortable beds, and stunning view from private balconies.
Guests can enjoy a bit more privacy with a one-bedroom chalet that comes equipped with kitchenette, microwave, DVD player, satellite TV, and clean spacious rooms to relax in comfort. Romance, quiet, and privacy can be found at Village House, one of the few beach hotels in Kuching, since children under the age of 12 are not allowed to stay.
Standard and superior rooms are offered at all resorts for guests with a more modest budget. Regardless of room choice, holidaymakers will enjoy outdoor swimming pools, restaurants, complimentary breakfast, and helpful friendly staff. Tours can be organised to explore the nearby hiking trails, climb Mount Santubong, take a cooking class, or to head to the water and go scuba diving or deep sea fishing.
Most resorts provide free transport into the city, which is about 35 kilometres south of the beach hotels in Kuching. Guests can experience the diversity of one of the most multiracial cities in all of Malaysia by exploring the weekend market and the Main Bazaar for local fruits, meat, and other delicacies. There are also many shopping centres to choose from for those looking for a more modern souvenir.