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Damai Beach

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Damai Beach

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Teluk Bandung, Kuching 93756 Malaysia
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Semenggoh Orangutan with Rainforest Kayaking from Kuching

Savvy visitors to busy Kuching love escaping the city for at least a day to explore Sarawak’s stunning natural attractions. This 6-hour tour takes travelers to several beautiful locations to see Malaysian wildlife like orangutans and dolphins up close. The perfect tour for animal lovers looking for a memorable addition to their Kuching holiday.
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awalliu wrote a review Nov 2019
Pontianak, Indonesia415 contributions36 helpful votes
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This beach is quite beautiful and wide. It's just that there is no sand visible on the beach. When on holiday, especially Eid al-Fitr, most shanties and tenants are closed so it is difficult to find food.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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David O wrote a review Mar 2019
18 contributions17 helpful votes
We went to Damai Beach Resort for the day. It's a good location, with cloud-capped Mt Santubong rising behind it. The beach is clean, though my granddaughter preferred the attractive resort pools when we visited. We ordered lunch in the resort restaurant but were disappointed with the standard.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Mark P wrote a review Mar 2019
29 contributions3 helpful votes
Beautiful beach and skyline! There is a small river stream that opens into the sea. For those who dont fancy salty sea water, can spend time at the river stream. Coupled with the gorgeous mountain there, definitely good place to fizzle and take photos. Journey there from Kuching city is about 50 minutes,journey is scenic!For driving enthusiasts, this road journey will give you the satisfaction!
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Elena L wrote a review Jan 2019
Moscow, Russia44 contributions40 helpful votes
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Having recently returned from Sarawak, there are a few p Recently returned from Kuching , Sarawak I though there are a few points worth mentioning. 1. The city area, Damai, Bako National park, are malaria free. I understand the situation may change, but this year and for many years before there were no registered cases of the decease. Although travel agents suggest you have DEET repellent, they don’t sell it in Malaysia as it is highly toxic. No need to bring DEET ( it’s strong enough to use as nail polish remover 😂) unless you go really deep into Borneo jungle. 2. Kuching is a lovely town but it’s small. For people like me who come from cold climates with no beaches, it’s much better to stay on the beach in Damai & take a day city tour to Kuching. The shuttle bus makes regular trips Damai Beach resort - Kuching and back. 3. All the activities can be booked from Damai, also there is a great hiking in Santubong national park - 10 min walk from Damai beach. 4. It’s cheaper to book a taxi from the airport to Damai rather then use hotel services . 5. Wetlands tour is overrated - you will see more in Bako national park ( unless you love wild crocodiles). 6. Overall - people are super friendly, it’s totally safe, the food is great & everything is really cheap
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Date of experience: November 2018
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SashaOnSeven wrote a review Dec 2018
Kuching, Malaysia6 contributions2 helpful votes
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Great environment but sadly can't say the same thing about the rooms, buffet, etc. Rooms need maintenance. Shower heads are dirty. Water flow is slow. Taking a hot bath is impossible. The bathroom walls full of stain. Takes 40 minutes for the bathtub to fill up. The hotel needs ATM in the hotel. The nearest ATM is 20 minutes drive away.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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