A haven for nature lovers and adventurers, this oasis of calm and serenity is located amidst wondrous bio-diversity in the foothills of the legendary Mount Santubong. Famed also as the first capital of the Kingdom of Sarawak, today Santubong remains a quaint Malay Village. Exuding a distinctive Bornean style, 12 rooms are surrounded by lush tropical gardens replete with serene water features, and indigenous ethnic artefacts.
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“The Village House is designed and conceptualised as an oasis of calm and serenity for its residents. Situated on the foothills of the legendary Mount Santubong, an area of great bio-diversity in the part of the world that host 15,000 plant species, more than 1,400 amphibians, birds, fish, mammals, reptiles and insect. Santubong has attracted numerous researchers including famed British naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace who wrote his important 'Sarawak Law Paper 1855' here. This area continues to be a haven for nature lovers and adventurers. Famed also as the first capital of the Kingdom of Sarawak, Santubong remains a quaint Malay Village today where guests can potter around and engage with the friendly local residents and recapture a sense of nostalgia and romance. The Village House accentuates all of the charms of Santubong through its lush tropical garden spaces complete with water features and artefacts collected from the many local ethnic groups adorning the common spaces exuding an exotic Bornean style. All of these within a closely guarded private sanctuary where the mind, body and soul can find restful peace, a Secret Retreat indeed.”
Welcome to Sarawak
Situated on the island of Borneo, the world’s third largest island, Sarawak is Malaysia’s largest state. Experience the magic of Sarawak starting in lively Kuching. Meaning “cat” in Malay, see the artefacts in one of Kuching’s museums including the Sarawak Museum, the Cat Museum, the Chinese History Museum or the Sarawak Textile Museum. Head to the historic Fort Margherita to view its Brooke militaria exhibits and well-known “laughing skulls”. Savour tantalising local cuisine and dishes made with Sarawak’s famous pepper. Shop for locally made pottery and other native handicrafts.
Current Temperature25° C
Local Time9:10 pm
“The Village House is located within a few minutes from the sea, the Santubong Mountain and the Sarawak Cultural Village. The 12 rooms with coloured wall and wooden interiors are built around a long swimming pool to relax after treks and adventure.”
Kim, the discoverer.
Time zone: (GMT+08:00) Kuala Lumpur
Currency accepted: MYR
Credit cards accepted: Visa, Mastercard
Electricity voltage: 240V
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ACCESSDrive to the North of Kuching city, about 45mn from the airport.
CONTACT: Lot 633 & 634 Pantai Puteri Santubong,, 93010 Santubong, Malaysia.
Nearest airport: Kuching International Airport - 38 km
Nearest ferry terminal: Sim Kheng Hong Ferry Terminal - 58 km