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Basaga

Basaga is described as an amazing outdoor open-concept bar, serving a good variety of beverages and cocktails. The daytime atmosphere is cool and relaxing and at night, it turns into a vibrant social spot with great ambience. Seating is available in the main courtyard, the bar deck and the main Read More


Hotel
Basaga Holiday Residences
Location
Basaga House, Lot 69-70, Jalan Tabuan, Off Chong Lin Park
Area
Kuching
Phone
+6082 416 069
Website
http://www.basaga.com
Email
[email protected]

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Recent Reviews
We stayed here for 3 nights total but not consecutive. 1st night of a 2 week holiday with The Great Projects. Lovely place, comfortable room & bathroom. Basic compared to the UK but completely fine. Friendly & helpful staff especially the chef Christine who remembered my mum & I every time we stayed, took time to chat with us & ask how our trip was going. The second & 3rd night stays the rooms were larger & slightly better looked after/fresher/maintained. We had been staying in very basic accommodation in the jungle so Basaga was absolute luxury on our last night! The courtyard at night is lovely, the pool is clean & the food very nice. The gift shop has some cute things, little wooden cats & the Orangutan project t-shirts, natural candles etc. Along with snacks & a few medical/toiletries. But the souvenirs aren't displayed well in the shop & not great visible pricing with the girls at reception not being sure on price sometimes so that could be improved. 30 minute drive from Semenggoh wildlife centre where we were very lucky to see 2 mother Orangutans with babies & a large male. 10 min drive to Kuching city which is a nice place to walk along the waterfront & get some souvenirs & the cabs are cheap. I would definitely stay here again & recommend friends. Very reasonably priced in all aspects. There was unfortunately some building work going on across the road which was a little noisy & made our last afternoon slightly less relaxing but that cannot be helped & not the Basaga hotel's fault at all. Read more
Very good place to stay when your in Kuching.Nice rooms,pool and restaurant for a fine meal. Also very kind staff. And for tours there is Brandon, took us for a private tour into the jungle and a few night in a locale Longhouse. A very good tour for us thanx to Brandon. And also after tours he keeps in touch for more helpfull tips. Knows good restaurants for breakfast,lunch and diner. So for a good and relaxing stay you have to go to The Basaga and ask for Brandon to go and make fine tours and have a good stay.Read more
Great place to relax, well appointed and fantastic service, the staff met our every need, great experience, pool was beautiful! The rooms were clean and very comfortable for our desires, very efficient service and very good meals,Read more
We stayed twice in this hotel, one time groundfloor next to the pool, witch was perfect, the second time on top of the reception, witch was a bit to noisy because lots of people stayed late in the restaurant. This is a very nice hotel with a perfect refreshing pool, just outside the center of Kuching.Read more
Basaga Holiday Residences is a beautiful small hotel with a great communal and rainforest-like vibe. It is situated around 8 minutes from Kuching city centre. The traffic to and from the hotel and can be very hectic around rush hour, so you may want to make plans around this. After a smooth check-in, we were allocated a room on the upper floor that overlooked the pool. It had fully functioning aircon as well as a fan above the bed. We had no problems whatsoever with any insects inside the room. The room is basic yet spacious, and provides everything you need. All facilities were in working order. We loved using the pool at this hotel; we had just arrived from a busy 4 days in KL and greatly appreciated the more relaxed vibe. I would say this hotel also has a fantastic communal feel to it where it is very easy to socialise and meet other guests. Unfortunately, my stomach wasn’t in the best state upon arriving so I cannot comment on the dinner, I only went down for a drink (all reasonably priced). The restaurant is a great place to spend the later evenings as it is a really social atmosphere. We also met Brendon, who runs the hotel. Our conversation with him was very nice until we started discussing our future plans in Borneo. He seemed to almost completely disapprove of all our future plans. The worst of this was when it came to discussing Kota Kinabalu – we planned to climb the mountain followed by relaxing at Gaya Island Resort (both highly recommend, feel free to read my reviews) – but this turned to a rather uncomfortable discussion on Filipinos. For those who don’t know, there are a large number of Filipino workers at Kota Kinabalu, but Brendon claimed that none of them could be trusted. He then went on and recommended to cancel our reservation with Gaya Island Resort due to the high risk of being kidnapped. This conversation thus left a rather sour taste in our mouths and we finished the evening rather concerned, leading us to do some research to evaluate his views! I still hold that he is an incredibly approachable guy; I am not surprised at all to read the multitude of positive experiences with him, so it’s a shame I can’t say the same. We also ate lunch one day at the hotel which was okay after having a lazy morning by the hotel pool. We were surprised to see one girl (maybe 16?) doing EVERYTHING. That is, cooking, cleaning, taking orders, serving drinks etc. I ordered the chicken pie, which came out okay. Good western food is generally quite hard to find in Malaysia, but Basaga did it okay. Overall, I am very happy with our stay at Basaga. It’s fantastic value and provides a lovely atmosphere that differs greatly from other more closed-off hotels.Read more