Thursday, April 11, 2013

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After lunch, we were transported via Cat City coach that was arranged by the Sarawak Tourism Board (STB) to the Riverside Majestic Hotel which is strategically located in the heart of Kuching’s business, entertainment, dining and shopping district just 20 minutes drive from the Kuching International Airport. Our home for the next two nights 🙂

Upon arrival, we were pleasantly offered warm towel to freshen up and a welcome drink awaits us. After everyone settled down, the Riverside Majestic Hotel dancers appeared and we were greeted with a welcome dance. How nice right?


Riverside Majestic Hotel is a very nice and quite a grand hotel. It houses 241 spacious and contemporary rooms, including suites. Each room has features like free wifi which is important for a blogger like me, individually controlled air-conditioning, IDD phone, minibar, complimentary tea/coffee making facilities, hairdryer and 32-inch LCD TV with satellite news and entertainment channels.


I understand later that there were a few kinds of pillow available, even aromatherapy ones! I wished I had known earlier, I would have requested for one. Imagine sleeping on a bed of lavender…heaven!

Anyways… moving on to the restaurants in Riverside Majestic Hotel, whatever your fancy, the hotel has it all. Enjoy a wide variety of international and local cuisine at the hotel’s main restaurant, Cafe Majestic with their very varied buffets and ala carte menu to choose from (I’ll cover more of this at my food blog, I promise 🙂


The Coca Restaurant and the River Palace Restaurant which is located on the hotel’s 3rd floor are popular for the famous Coca Thai Steamboat and appetizing Chinese cuisine.

Looking to plan an offsite meeting for your office? Well, look no further as Riverside Majestic has a few venue you can choose from. Check out their packages here.

Ok.. that’s it for the hotel review. We have a full itinerary in front of us. Next up.. Sarawak River Cruise…

Sarawak itinerary


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