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Kurakura Homestay

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Reviewed 31 July 2012

If you would like to discover something uniq with your family, and be taken care of then this is the right place to go. We have seen, tried and learn about the nature. I am sure that either we or the kids will ever forget...More

Thank Kttofte
Reviewed 25 June 2012

Lars is from Norway and his wife Liza is of the local Biduyah people. Together, they run Kurakura Homestay in the jungle near her family's village not far from Kuching. Lars picked us up in town and drove us to Liza's village, across a swing...More

3  Thank Tosca08
Reviewed 12 May 2012

Liz and Lars run a delightful guesthouse, in an idyllica location not too far out of Kuching, but it feels like another world. We were made to feel welcome from the moment we booked, and the kindness continued from our hotel pick up to the...More

2  Thank emily3021373p
Reviewed 23 April 2012

Stayed here for 3 nights with family and friends and it was just an amazing experience. Lars and Liza made us all so welcome, nothing was too much trouble and the food was first class! Highlights were definitely the orang-utans, the jungle shopping and the...More

3  Thank karen_veness
Reviewed 4 April 2012

Many many thanks to Lars and Liza! Myself and my girlfriend spent 2 nights here in March and could have spent much longer. It's one of the nicest places I've ever been and will be hard to top. Lars has done an excellent job building...More

5  Thank Benkeiuk
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KingKong2015
4 April 2015|
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Response from Clawshell | Property representative |
Hi Thank you Simon for your answers. It is as correct as we would have answered :-) 3) A 2 nights stay( 2 nights minimum) costs rm 275 per person, includes all meals and transfer. Then you can add on the different... More
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"They are all the same very cute and clean"
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"Book the three nights package instead of the two nights, to give you more time to enjoy what that place and..."
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"Only 4 rooms, all basic but good"
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"Stay at least three nights!"
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