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Reviewed 10 January 2020

Nice spot but our room was infested with rats, ants and mould. There were food crumbs every and the fridge stank of rotten sambal.

This place would be amazing if they put some effort into maintaining it, or at least cleaning it.

Date of stay: December 2019
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Thank aussiebattler010101
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Reviewed 9 January 2020

We stayed in one of their tree houses and loved the experience. The resort is nestled in the jungle right on the coast and we saw a couple of proboscis monkeys swinging through the trees right in front of our tree house as well as an endemic Borneo skink on our balcony. We did the jungle hike to a nearby waterfall which was a highlight of our Malaysia vacation. The room also included breakfast and dinner making the price even more attractive. But don't expect modern 5-star accommodations, that's not what this place is about. Think of it as jungle camping but with a roof over your head, a toilet and air-conditioning :-). If you have the right expectations, this hotel is a good choice.

Date of stay: January 2020
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Thank scottmC6880KY
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Reviewed 8 January 2020

This hotel was used by our travel agency as basis for exploring some nearby parts of Sarawak. Apart from the wonderful Sarawak Cultural Center, which is 5 minutes walk away, you will need transport arranged as it is well outside Kuching and adjacent towns. The location insiode a rainforest reserve is wonderful and the (almost natural) rainforest pool original. We had a large treehouse which was spacious, well serviced and very clean. Definitely the best aspect of this hotel. The staff are very nice and committed but somewhat inexperienced. However, the restaurant was well below our usual standard, mainly serving - at best average - buffet food. One evening we were apparently the only guests and got to chose from the a la carte menu which was quite a step up in quality and presentation.

Room tip: Definitely worth going for a large treehouse if you can afford it
Date of stay: December 2019
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1  Thank Werner B
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Reviewed 1 January 2020

We were grateful for all the reviews we had read on Tripadvisor before arriving at the resort. Absolutely every one of them turned out to be helpful. We went along with low expectations and therefore were not disappointed. What a shame! The place has so much potential!

Date of stay: December 2019
Thank brucel15
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Reviewed 22 December 2019 via mobile

First the good: location fantastic, the only noise is the crashing of the waves, the insects, birds and animals in the jungle, the rain and thunder, amazing. I stayed in a treehouse and it was exactly what I wanted, a balcony surrounded by trees and jungle plants. My treehouse had a functioning A/C and a good shower with hot water. The jungle paths around the place are lovely and you will see amazing plants and wildlife.

The bad: oh lord where to begin? Basic training of staff would help, so that at least one person in the place knows what there job is; nobody seems to know what they should. Like others have commented I went to ask about activities, the reception staff knew nothing or told me that most of the activities weren’t available. One ventured to tell me best go somewhere else for what I wanted. The room is “cleaned” by that I mean they come and change the bedding daily, or just make the bed, they give the floor a bit of a sweep and the bathroom floor a once over. The room hadn’t had a deep clean or spruce up for years. I didn’t mind as I was prepared to rough it a bit, but let’s face it, these prices aren’t rough it prices in Asia, you can stay in the Hilton in Kuching for less than this. The cafeteria; If there are more than just a few guests staying they do buffet style, which is food at its most basic. If there aren’t enough people you can order a la carte, which is hit and miss, I’m guessing depending on which “chef” is working. Can be good, can be very average. During my stay, which was a long one, purely to enjoy the jungle, I ordered the same thing 4 times from the a la carte menu and each time it came it was completely different, meaning the “chefs” are just making it up as they go along. One night it was great, the other nights poor to abysmal. They don’t serve beer or any alcohol!! Let that sink in! What do you want after a long hot sweaty day except some good food and a cold glass or wine or beer. They don’t deliver on the good food and they seem amazed you might want a beer! Most of the treehouses are in a horrible state of repair, I think I got one of the better ones because of the length of stay, they look serviceable from inside but if you look across to your neighbor’s roofs you’ll see big holes, many missing shingles, trees growing from the accumulated leaf litter piled on the roofs. I thought the two treehouses next to me were uninhabitable from the look of them from the outside, but sure enough, come the weekend when they got a little busy, there were guests staying in them.
I stayed here 7 years ago with my girlfriend, for a few days, it was OK, and they served beer then. Nothing has been modernized or refreshed since except they seem to have spent all their profits on two large modern treehouses at the far end of the site near the second beach, they should have spent the money renovating their existing structures instead. If you want a day or two in the trees of a rainforest and don’t mind poor conditions, this place is great for a day or two. It’s way too expensive for what it is though.
Also, like other guests, I had my snacks and a whole box of sugar ransacked from my room by a squirrel, even though all the doors and windows were closed, the staff didn’t seem surprised when I told them, but obviously there are large holes in the rooms somewhere for them to get in.
Tl:Dr : great location, everything else very poor, and way too expensive.

Date of stay: December 2019
Trip type: Travelled solo
2  Thank Fruitus
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