Wake me up before you go-go…

Well, some of you may heave a huge sigh of relief but it certainly looks like this is going to be the last post on my recent trip to Kuching. LOL!!!

When I was there, I stayed at the 360 Hotel that I had blogged about before in this post. For RM135 nett a night (government rate/RM155, corporate rate), I got this room…

360 Hotel Kuching 1

…with a double  bed and a single one…

360 Hotel Kuching 2

…and though it was smaller than the one I had previously, that one only had twin single beds. Never mind! As long as it is nice and comfortable…and cheap – that would be the most important.

The going-rates at the other hotels would be around the same in the smaller ones with not very nice rooms…and between over RM200 to RM300 in the classier ones…and I hear that it excludes breakfast. In this one, complimentary breakfast for two is served from 6.30 a.m. till 10.00 a.m. (catered by Little Lebanon in Kuching) but do not expect too much, considering the amount that you’re paying for the room.

There are, however, quite a lot of selections for you to choose. You may get the typical Malaysian breakfast, the nasi lemak

360 Hotel Kuching - nasi lemak

…or fried kway teow (flat rice noodles) perhaps…

360 Hotel Kuching - fried kway teow & chicken cocktails

…or their chicken porridge…

360 Hotel Kuching - porridge & condiments

Actually, I thought the porridge was pretty good but I could not have that every day as I wanted to sample the other things they had in the three mornings that we were there such as the fried rice or the fried mihun (rice vermicilli)…

360 Hotel - fried rice/mihun & others

…and there is a section where they have chicken cocktails, potato wedges, baked beans and the like and another section with the bread, sandwiches and muffins/cakes. There are half-boiled and hard boiled eggs available every morning or you can order it done in any way we want – bull’s eye/sunny side up or omelette…and there is somebody to do that for you in the kitchenette by the side. There is also a section where one may have a choice of cereals…but I’m not into those stuff, and lastly, a section of freshly-cut fruits.

All things considered, I really like that place and I would not mind staying there again, should I happen to go to Kuching anytime in the near future.