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Kuching Culture

Lot 1830 1st Floor, 10th Mile, Kuching 93350, Malaysia
+60 12-886 2347
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Feast for the senses

After the death of grandma we didn't get to have the usual food tour, however James was kind enough... read more

Reviewed 28 August 2015
poddycalf
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Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam
Fantastic food

Super tour wirh John who show us all the good taste of Sarawak with a bonus walk in a wonderfull... read more

Reviewed 9 August 2015
MatthieuF80
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Le Quesnoy, France
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Get to know the people, their food, their villages and their homes. 'FOODFOODFOOD' introduces you to the main cuisines in the Kuching area with expert interpretation. Learn to cook Bidayuh style! 'THE BIDAYUH' visits a remote village for a full day and a night. Jungle trek, lunch in the jungle, crafts, home visits and lots more. Suitable for everyone!
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28 Aug 2015
“Feast for the senses”
9 Aug 2015
“Fantastic food”
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Lot 1830 1st Floor, 10th Mile, Kuching 93350, Malaysia
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Reviewed 28 August 2015

After the death of grandma we didn't get to have the usual food tour, however James was kind enough to ring the night before and said we would 'wing it' on the day. 'Winging it' turned out to ba a fabulous day on the hop...More

1  Thank poddycalf
Reviewed 9 August 2015 via mobile

Super tour wirh John who show us all the good taste of Sarawak with a bonus walk in a wonderfull cave !

1  Thank MatthieuF80
Reviewed 11 May 2015 via mobile

Whilst the cultural and natural beauty are amongst the key reasons to visit this city, one should experience the unique and authenticity of Sarawakian food, rarely found in West Malaysia. The must have's include kolo mee (noddles), fu-cha burger, Sarawak laksa, tomato mee(noddles), popiah, "cucur...More

Thank Vern81
Reviewed 5 April 2015

Get to know another culture in Asia , food and all the nice people ..Please visit RJ Raja Ayam Bakar restaurant too. serve good food, and don't forget visits top spot too, serve fresh sea food

Thank SYARIKIN
Reviewed 16 January 2015

Visit Malaysia, you must visit Kuching in Sarawak. In Sarawak you can find the most friendly people regardless of where u come from. The people here consist of many races such as chinese, malay, Indian and the sarawak ethnic groups like the Iban, Melanau, Penan,...More

Thank PandaSibu
Reviewed 30 December 2014

Family of 4 ( 2 kids age 17y and 14y ), 2 big luggage 15kg each and two hand carry bag. Day 1 - Fly down to Kuching airport . Rent a CAR in advance min RM100/day for a economical and comfort one . I...More

2  Thank Sooria_Pragash
Reviewed 2 September 2014

The special of Borneo, one is many of the different race and cultural. They are very kind and friendly with the special food and long house.

Thank shawching
Reviewed 9 July 2014

The hills and mountains fascinated me. I liked to talk to them though they are Malaysians like me, but they have a different slang in speaking the malay language and differenty cultures of their ancestors. They are very friendly. The cleanliness around. The beautiful beaches...More

1  Thank Puteriandalas
Reviewed 9 March 2014

We started our 2 weeks holiday in Borneo by the "Food,food, food" tour and it was a very good day. James is a very interesting guide, passionated by caving and having a good knowledge about Sarawak. The cooking with the 2 local ladies in their...More

Thank icare330
Reviewed 9 February 2014 via mobile

Delightfully paced day with a knowledgeable tour leader. Two breakfasts in Kuching (Chinese followed by Indian) preceded a trip to a food market inland (Bau). Selected lunch ingredients and met local Bidayuh food and cultural advisor Mary. Taken to family home to watch host Leo...More

Thank Mark C
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