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Singgahsana Lodge Reviews

No. 1 Temple Street, Kuching, Malaysia

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90%

Rating
166 Total Reviews
  • 91%Value For Money
  • 92%Security
  • 96%Location
  • 90%Staff
  • 87%Atmosphere
  • 88%Cleanliness
  • 88%Facilities

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86%

Super friendly and very helpful staff! We stayed in a single room and it was not easy to air it properly and it smelled of old moisture. Not to bad, but annoying if you stay for many days.

  • 16th Jul 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Norway
  • Couple, 31-40
  • (1 review)


97%

Amazing hostel, a very comfortable place to stay.

  • 8th Jul 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Australia
  • Male, 18-24
  • (1 review)


89%

Very cosy and comfortable place. Nice start of the day to have breakfast at the rooftop bar overlooking part of Kuching. Clean and good showers. My mixed dorm on the second floor was a bit noisy (street side) but earplugs helped. Nice offer of tours!


86%

Had a good time here, arrived lateish and was off the next morning. The rooftop bar is very good, I think it was 20RM for 4 beers (which is a bargain in Kuching) Had a twin room which was spotless and the a/c was brilliant. This place is seriously the best value you'll get for the money, location is good. 2 mins walk from a few bars and 30 seconds walk from the waterfront. Selamat Hari Gawai!


94%

Amazing staff- so friendly and helpful! Good location and nice clean beds. Good showers, cool rooftop bar and decent breakfast. Wifi was spotty but what can Ya do! Would definitely stay here again- great warm vibe and great for meeting people. if you stay here there in a lady one street behind the lodge who has a good stall w the best Laksa around! Her name is Letty and tell her Emily from USA sent you :)

  • 20th May 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • USA
  • Female, 25-30
  • (1 review)


100%

The best budget place I have ever stayed.


91%

The hostel is fantastic, really nice rooftop bar and chill out areas. And easy to book to see the orangutans! The road noise outside your room is terrible though. Not the hostel's fault, but it is next to a very busy road that keeps you up at night.

  • 25th Mar 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • England
  • Female, 25-30
  • (1 review)


97%

What an excellent hostel. It's great shared areas make it very easy to relax and meet people. The facilities aren't perfect, but good enough. The staff are extremely helpful with planning your trip. I would recommend to anyone.


86%

Nice location, very clean guesthouse, helpful staff at the guesthouse as well at the tour company. The bar on the top floor is nice and enjoyable after a day out.


100%

It was a delight to stay at this well located hostel, such that I extended my stay there a number of times. While not impressive from the outside, the tasteful interior decorating and friendly and helpful staff and owners helped to create a very special atmosphere within. The public areas, including the lounge and upper story bar with views over Kuching, are particularly impressive. Historic Carpenter Street, at the back of the hostel, also has much to offer.


97%

Great place. Very quiet when I stayed so can't comment really on the atmosphere but staff are very friendly and helpful. Highly recommended! Also check out their sister guesthouse, The Village House, in Santubong (Damai) if you want to relax by a pool. I would give it 100% except the food didn't float my boat. Happy travels :)


83%

Beds were surprisingly comfortable. Great outdoor adventure company attached to the lodge, we did the jungle kayak for around 80 USD (a bit pricey but a great experience) which included going to Semenggoh for orangutan, transport, lunch, water, and guides taking pictures. I can imagine Kuching being much more alive during the on season (we were there in early february and the hostel and city was not very alive). Great place to check out some cool nature though!




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