Pullman Kuching - Luxury hotel - Points of Interest

Points of Interest

Pullman Kuching is situated in Sarawak’s capital city of Kuching, a diverse city of historical colonial buildings and contemporary structures, perfect for travelers and business leaders. The city is a key food destination for travelers and the main gateway for visiting Sarawak. Additionally the city also became one of the major commercial and industrial centers in East Malaysia. There are approximately 705,000 residents living here and take great pride in their charming city.

Discover our recommendation of interesting attractions around the hotel.

Kuching Waterfront

Kuching is the ideal destination for exploring. The nearby Kuching Waterfront is just a stone throw away from the hotel, with a scenic view and paved walkways, a fine place for a stroll anytime especially during sunset.

Walking distance: Approximately 5 minutes

Main Bazaar

Adjacent to the Kuching Waterfront, the Main Bazaar is the oldest street in the city of Kuching.  It has some excellent examples of Chinese shop house architecture, which is occupied by the same family for generations. Kuching’s highest concentration of handicraft and antique shops are found here. The whole area radiates character and fascination.  For enthusiasts of heritage buildings, there is a row of seamlessly conserved 19th century Chinese houses at the nearby Upper China Street.

Walking distance: Approximately 15 minutes

Tun Jugah Textile Museum and Gallery

Textile enthusiast interested in a more hands on look at textiles ought not to miss the Tun Jugah Museum at Tun Jugah Tower. Located at the 4th floor, it is run by the private Tun Jugah Foundation which houses an outstanding collection of Iban Pua Kumbu textile and exquisite Iban silverware and jewelries.

Walking distance: Approximately 5 minutes

Chinese History Museum

Situated on the Kuching Waterfront Opposite the Tua Pek Kong Temple, the Chinese History Museum traces the history of the Chinese community in Sarawak. It is the one attraction that should not be missed when travelling Kuching. Opened in 1993, the museum is a place where travelers can learn more about the Chinese culture in Sarawak.

Walking distance: Approximately 15 minutes

Fort Margherita

The fort was built in 1879 to guard Kuching’s river banks from bandits. In the past, a canon shot was fired from the fort every evening to mark the end of the administration work day. It was named after Charles Brooke’s wife, Ranee Margaret, a unique landmark along the Sarawak River. Travelers can take a Penambang water taxi to Fort Margherita from numerous waterfront jetties on the south bank.

By boat: Approximately 5 minutes

Visit www.sarawaktourism.com for more information about Kuching city or Sarawak as a whole.

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Pullman Kuching ☆☆☆☆☆
Interhill Place, No. 1A, Jalan Mathies, 93100 Kuching, Sarawak
Tel: (+60)82/222888
Fax: (+60)82/222999
Email: H6332@accor.com

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