Rooftop dining is not uncommon for fine dining restaurants and bars. But what about seafood in a hawker setting? Well, in Kuching there’s this place called Top Spot Food Court where half a dozen of restaurants – mostly serving seafood (halal options available) operate on the roof of a 6 storey car park.
It’s not hard to see why Sin Lian Shin‘s Kolo Mee holds a legendary status as one of the best among the Kuching folks. What’s not to like about the thin, springy noodles tossed in fragrant lard and garnished with flavorful minced meat? If you like Kolo Mee, this is as good as it gets […]
Chong Choon cafe could very well be the most crowded place for Sarawak Laksa because it is strategically located in the town centre. Even though the shop is quite large with plenty of seats, it is still a challenge to find a table here. The situation is worse during weekends and public holidays when outstation […]
Kolo Mee could very well be the most common food in Kuching – probably even true for the entire Sarawak. You will find it being sold for breakfast, lunch and dinner at any every nook and corner may it be a coffee shop, food court or restaurant. Most Kolo Mee in Kuching are served with […]
As mentioned earlier, the cultural show (mostly traditional dances) is the nicest among all attractions in Sarawak Cultural Village. There are only two shows daily from 11.30am – 12.15pm and from 4.00pm to 4.45pm. So, watch your time and plan your visit within the village carefully if you want to enjoy the performance. The village […]
If you are planning to visit Sarawak soon for leisure and sightseeing purposes, Sarawak Cultural Village (SCV) should not be missed. Sarawak Cultural Village is located on the foothills of Mount Santubong, which is about 35 km away from Kuching. Previously, I had a free two nights stay at Holiday Inn Damai Beach and SCV […]