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Entire condo · Kuching
Emporium Kuching
Transportation: Airport (3km), Bus Terminal (3.3km), Education: Swinburne University (1.5km), FAME college (1km) Shopping Mall: Cityone (0.5km), The Spring (3km), AEON (3 km), Vivacity (3km) Hospital/Buildings : Borneo Medical Center (1km), Timberland (3km), Federal building (4km)
$24 per night
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Entire rental unit · Kuching
Bornéo Gateway @ JazzSuitesViVa
Enjoy the lifestyle living at city centre. Jazz Suites Apartment seated right above Sarawak largest shopping mall -Vivacity Megamall , a mall that accommodated more than 250 International & Regional brands,including TGV IMAX Cinema.The mall Level 3 also being known as food heaven where you can enjoy famous local delights and international cuisines.
$44 per night
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Entire condo · Kuching
Kuching Stylish Home @ Vivacity Mall
- Located on top of the largest mall and center of Kuching - My private sanctuary and I keep it very clean and comfortable - Central access to city entertainment and tourist spots - Free Wifi & Internet, Netflix account, Chromecast, Cable TV - Home has good air-conditioning, kitchen with coffee and tea, washer/dryer, balcony and relaxing patio - Strong water pressure, very clean toilets and clean floor, dust free tops - Body and hair shampoo, clean towels, hairdryer, iron
$43 per night

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Stay near Kuching's top sights

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Vivacity Megamall12 locals recommend
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Kampung Budaya Sarawak9 locals recommend
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The Spring Shopping Mall14 locals recommend
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Mount Santubong3 locals recommend
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CityONE Megamall Kuching, Sarawak.5 locals recommend
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Malaysia-China Friendship Park4 locals recommend

Other great vacation rentals in Kuching

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Entire rental unit · Kuching
Vivacity Jazz Suites 1 (3BR&2BTH) @ D7 Homestay
$52 per night
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Entire condo · Kuching
Jazz Suites Block 1 @ Viva City Kuching
$44 per night
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Entire condo · Kuching
Vivacity Jazz 3 with City View
$61 per night
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Entire condo · Kuching
Designer Suites Viva City Megamall, Jazz Suites
$33 per night
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Entire condo · Kuching
Cozy & Modern Apt w/ Pool & City View ◼Gala City◼
$37 per night
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Entire condo · Kuching
Breathtaking View on Top of Vivacity Megamall
$45 per night
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Entire condo · Kuching
Vivacity Jazz 2 with City View
$65 per night
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Entire condo · Kuching
★Stylish CORNER unit 10pax @Jazz Suites Vivacity★
$57 per night
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Entire condo · Kuching
Loft IV @ Jazz 2 Vivacity Megamall (3BR&2BTH)
$47 per night
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Entire condo · Kuching
Sweet Home Viva City Megamall Jazz Suites (corner)
$33 per night
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Entire condo · Kuching
HENG HOMESTAY vivacity jazz 3
$56 per night
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Entire serviced apartment · Kuching
Jazz Suite Homestay
$33 per night

Your guide to Kuching

All About Kuching

The city of Kuching, the state capital of Sarawak in East Malaysia, is a captivating mix of historical and modern architecture. It’s set along the River Sarawak on the north coast of the island of Borneo, close to the border with Indonesia. The compact city center boasts a wealth of buildings to explore, including the neo-classical General Post Office from 1931, the imposing 19th-century Sarawak Museum, an 18th-century shopping street, and the Old Court House from 1871, which has been transformed into a cultural hub with lush gardens and cafes.

The New Sarawak State Legislative Assembly Building, which opened in 2009, dominates the northern riverside with its striking pointed golden roof and diamond-patterned façade. Beside it are the sinuous Darul Hana pedestrian bridge and fountain. All of these feats of architecture are brilliantly illuminated each night, often in rainbow-colored lights. The bridge leads to the south side and the historic Kuching Waterfront, where you can walk along the 3,000-foot promenade at sunset, checking out the hawker stalls and food courts and watching the buskers.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Kuching?

Kuching is close to the rainforests of Borneo and has a tropical climate, with many rainy days throughout the year, particularly between November and March. Although temperatures remain hot and humid throughout the year, the weather is usually warmer and drier between April and October, when most visitors come to the region. Kuching is the most populous city on the island of Borneo, so it hosts many events throughout the year. These include Gawai Dayak — a regional celebration with rice wine, music, and dancing to mark the end of the rice harvest on the first days of June — and the three-day Rainforest Music Festival in July, which features traditional music, performance, and dance from around the world.


What are the top things to do in Kuching?

Sarawak Cultural Village

Sarawak Cultural Village, 45 minutes from Kuching by car or shuttle, is a unique living museum spread across 17 acres. On your visit, you’ll see replicas of traditional buildings representing the cultures of the seven main ethnic groups in Sarawak: Melanau, Bidayuh, Iban, Penan, Malay, Orang Ulu, and Chinese. People in traditional costume in each part of the village share their stories. You can watch dances and games being performed, and sample a range of Sarawakian cuisines.

Santubong National Park

You have your pick of challenging and enticing trails at Santubong National Park, located on a small peninsula 45 minutes north of Kuching. The two-hour jungle loop takes you through lush stands of trees, past a stunning waterfall, and over a hanging bridge. The summit trail takes three to four hours to reach the top of Mount Santubong, which is 2,600 feet above sea level.

Sarawak State Museum

Housed in a 19th-century townhouse near the center of Kuching, Sarawak State Museum is packed with natural history displays showcasing indigenous flora and fauna; traditional arts and crafts, including musical instruments; and exhibits on the history of the oil industry in Sarawak.

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