Kuching, Malaysia · 5 hotels available
The Summer Shopping Mall is the first shopping mall open in the area of Kota Samarahan. It was developed by Tetap Majumas Sdn Bhd and covers area around 800,000 square feet. It caters approximately 300,000 population of the town area. This mall encompasses over 335 retail lots with a wide range of fashion and lifestyle retails, food & beverages, entertainment. Among the anchor tenants are Servay Hypermarket and Parkwell Departmental store. Besides that, there are other brands including Kitschen, Shibuya, Hari-Hari and XES Shoes Store which added more lifestyle brands at this mall. Apart from shops, there is QQ amusement park which attracts more visitors including family and children. This park offers indoor activities suitable for children to learn and enjoy during weekend.
There are flights from Kuala Lumpur International Airport to Kuching International Airport which takes around 2 hours and 30 minutes. Once you reach at the airport, you can take a taxi or rent a car to QQ Amusement Park for another 30 minutes by using Kuching-Samarahan expressway.
Situated around 20 minute leisure drive from Kuching Town, it is one of the largest and the only crocodile breeding farm in the country. There are over a thousand crocodiles bred in captivity and mainly, this farm acts as sanctuary for the reptiles and prevent the species from extinction. The farm provides a habitat for the crocodiles to mate and multiply and visitors have a chance to watch the snapping jaws, cold menacing eyes and sharp pointed teeth of the crocodiles. The most awaited moment of Arapaima feeding demonstration is located at the middle of our gigantic Fresh Water Pond, where the Arapaima and more than 15 other species of freshwater tropical fishes habitats. Besides crocodiles, there are also other wildlife such as monkeys, leopard-cats, sunbears, bearcats, pheasants, civets, barking deers, sambar deers, turtles, fruit bats, monitor lizards, pythons and many more.
The Pitcher Plant and Wild Orchid Garden, Kota Padawan was officially declared and opened by the Minister for Public Health and Environment Ministry, Datuk Sri William Mawan on 24th June 2004. This “Pitcher Plant Garden" is situated right in the heart of Kota Padawan and consists of many pitcher plants. Besides the pitcher plants, there is a small collection of wild orchids and rare and exotic wild plants found in Padawan area. It also houses around 35 species and subspecies of pitcher plants (Nepenthes) from all over the island. Visitors can come from 9.00 a.m to 4.00 p.m on Tuesday to Sunday and closed on Mondays. The entrance fees for international tourists is RM 6.00 whereas Malaysian is RM3.00. Tour guides and taxi drivers can enter for free. Visitors are reminded with the rule if any person caught damaging or stealing or involved in any actions causing harm or damage to the plants in the garden shall be imposed with a fine of RM 500.00.
My Inn Hotel offers accommodation in Kota Samarahan and located around 15 minutes from Kuching town. The hotel offers 46 rooms categorized into Deluxe Family Suite, Deluxe Family, Deluxe King, Deluxe Queen, Deluxe Twin and Superior King. All rooms are equipped with standard amenities including television and satellite channels, complimentary coffee and tea-making facilities, free Wi-Fi access, iron and ironing board (available upon request). The hotel also at close proximity and within walking distance to fast-food outlets and a five-minute drive to Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (Unimas), Sarawak Heart Centre and Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM).
Situated approximately 15 minutes from Kuching City and 10 minutes from Kuching International Airport, it offers 57 simply furnished rooms with modern amenities such as coffee maker facilities, mini-bar, hair dryer and also other amenities that are specially equipped for handicap guests. There are also Grand Medallion Mini Gym for guests to have workout or just a simple sweating session. Besides that, guests can also pamper themselves with treatments such as our foot & body massage at our Grand Reflexology.