Kuching, Malaysia · 3 hotels available
Pandan Food Court is an eatery destination located off Jalan Kampung Belungei and Jalan Lundu – Sekambal – Siar – Pandan which is about fifteen minutes away from the town center of Lundu and one hour and fifty minutes away from the state capital of Kuching, Sarawak. It is located pretty close to the beach with sea breeze exposure every now and then, offering a relaxed feeling while enjoying the food. The food court has a multitude of selections of dishes such as snacks, noodles and waffles for visitors to dine in while enjoying the beach view. The food court is also close to other facilities such as schools, hotels, nature parks, beaches, resorts, villages, shops and many more. Because of these factors mentioned above, without doubt, the food court is a tourist magnet, being such a recognized place within the locals and tourists coming to Lundu. It is open on a daily basis from 10 am to 6 pm.
There are flights to Kuching International Airport from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) which are provided by Malaysia Airlines and AirAsia. Upon touchdown, from the airport, guests can book a taxi or bus to go to Pandan Food Court.
People driving from Kuching town center may drive via Jalan Tun Hussein Onn / Route 1 for immediate access to Pandan Food Court. The journey could take up around two hours or less depending on the current traffic situation.
There are no major bus terminal in Lundu town, instead there are several bus stations along the way with four trips offered per day, two in the morning and another two in the afternoon. Take the trip directly from Kuching Sentral Bus Terminal using bus services such as BIntang Jaya or Bus Asia before opting for local buses or taxi to go to Pandan Food Court.
Gunung Gading National Park is a national park being well known as the home to the rafflesia flower which is the largest flower in the world. Located fifteen minutes away from the landmark, the national park is managed by Sarawak Forest Department with Sarawak Tourism frequently promoting this park. What makes the rafflesia unique is that it will release a certain smell when it is in full bloom, yet it dies within five days of flowering after a long nine months of maturing. It is able to grow up till one meter in diameter and does not have any specific season. Strenuous efforts have been poured into preserving these flowers, hence the reason for the park to finally open its doors to visitors in 1994 after a decade of operating as a conservation center. As such, the park planners have been taking strict measures to allow the public to enjoy viewing the plants without damaging the ecosystem which would impact these flowers later on. In addition to the rafflesia flower, there are also a rugged mountain range and jungle trails which allow the visitors to enjoy being close to the nature.
Located at Lot 316, Kampung Siru Melayu, Lundu, Kuching which is pretty close to the beach, this homestay has a tropical setting and is decently equipped to provide a memorable staying experience suited for small families and groups of friends. The homestay provides facilities which include desk, cable television, shower, bath tub, kitchenette, refrigerator, air conditioning, family room, barbecue and parking.
A neat two-star accommodation situated just beside the Pandan Beach, Lundu which is close to the nature. Among the facilities and services available for the guests are desk, cable television, refrigerator, shower, heater, barbecue, child pool, garden, family room, WiFi and many more.