The key to ensuring that you have the perfect holiday is to find the perfect accommodation to enjoy it in. There are lots of factors that individuals need to consider in order to guarantee that this is the case. This article will reveal exactly what those points are in order to give people a helping hand.
Gong xi fat chai, happy Chinese New Year for those who celebrate it!
I found some statues of 12 animals in Chinese horoscope when I was in Sibu, so then I made the pig as the featured image in this post since we’re welcoming the year of pig this year.
So, for those celebrating Chinese New Year or whatever you call it in your place (Tet holiday in Vietnam, no?!)… Control yourself before you become a pig on your own! 😛
Anyway, since it’s Chinese New Year and I’m still yet to write a review on the hotel where I stayed in Sibu… Here it comes!
It wasn’t because I’ve claimed myself a cat lady when I decided to stay in Kuching for the longest period compared to the other cities I’ve visited during my Borneo trip.
Well, maybe it’s one of the reasons. However, I already planned to go to stay overnight at Bako National Park on my last day in the city. I didn’t really want to have a tight schedule during my trip this time, so I decided to book the accommodation in Kuching for 4 nights.
At first, I really wanted to have a nice and rather ‘fancy’ accommodations for the whole stay. You know, with elevator and everything. However, when I calculated the whole budget for 4 nights, the ‘fancy’ one would exceed my budget.
My other consideration is that I had to leave my big bag there for one night after I checked out, as I had to go to Bako. Before I made a booking, I dropped an email to some accommodation to confirm whether there’s any additional charge for luggage storage service.
Long story short, I ended up booking a room at Woodpecker Lodge in Kuching.