Nestled in Sarawak’s most popular tourist beach destination, The Culvert Hotel Resort offers easy access to the following attractions:
Buntal Esplanade (6.5 KM)
Buntal Esplanade is a quaint traditional fishing village that is named after the Ikan Buntal or Puffer Fish commonly found near the area.
The seafood market at the esplanade offers a variety of seasonal seafood including Jelly Fish, Swimmer crabs, Eng-Ngoyang, Sea Anemone, Bamboo Lala and ambal.
The Esplanade offers mesmerizing views of the sea and has amazing seafood restaurants such as Teo Restaurant.
Mount Santubong Trail (2.5 km)
Fancy a hike up Mount Santubong and you have 3 alternate routes to choose from; easy, moderate and hard hike trails.
The abundance of mangrove forests, rivers, near shore waters and mudflats near the mountain makes Santubong one of the best sites in Sarawak to see a range of wildlife in natural setting. It approximately takes 5-7 hours to complete your climb. Those who only wish to reach the Santubong waterfall would only require a hike of approximately 30 minutes. Water at the waterfall
is cool and crystal clear. For the adventurous hikers, enjoy your hiking as there are many hidden trails waiting to be discovered.
The Culvert Hotel Resort, Kuching is located at the foothills of the mountain giving you easy access.
Sarawak Cultural Village (2.6 km)
Sarawak Cultural Village is an award-winning Living Museum that spans across 17-acres of land just across from Damai Beach. Experience Sarawak in Half-a-day at Sarawak Cultural Village and learn about the local culture and lifestyles of the various ethnic groups in Sarawak.
Rainforest World Music Festival (RWMF) is held annually at Sarawak Cultural Village. This year, the dates for RWMF is from 12 to 14 July 2019. If you are a fan of traditional local ethnic and international music, you would enjoy RWMF. Energetic performers from all around the world with diverse acts of their own would be at the festival.
Satang Island (2.9 km)
Satang Island is an awesome spot for scuba diving in Kuching as the seabed near the island is filled with untouched coral and marine life. For the more adventurous, a deeper dive down the area will take you to a WW2 shipwreck of the sunken Japanese Katori Maru Cargo Ship.