This is a list of the general services & amenities that we provide at our hotel.
24 Hour Reception
24 Hour Security
Accessible Rooms Avai ...
In Room Safe
We keep our room prices low and sensible by allowing you to customise your stay. Find out more about our optional add-ons.
Towel Rental & Toilet ...
Early Check In
Late Check Out
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Towel Rental & Toiletries
Towel Rental & Toiletries
Pasar Utama Bintulu & Pasar Tamu
Mingle and join the locals doing their daily chores at the unique Pasar Utama and the nearby Pasar Tamu. Right in the hub of Bintulu Town, the Pasar Utama is both a wet and fish market under one roof. Not only that, you can savour the local delicacies such as "mee jawa, rojak, laksa and cencol" and quench your thirst on the first floor's food stalls.
A taste of local offereings can be found at the Pasar Tamu. From wild & jungle products to native "home-made" specialties. Pasar Tamu has them all! read more
Taman Tumbina Bintulu is an integration of a botanical and zoological garden. The name TUMBINA originates from the Malay words TUMbuhan (meaning Plant) and BINAtang (animal).
Tumbina was created with a vision to be A Living Heritage Of The Flora & Fauna Of Borneo. The objectives are (i) Recreation, (ii) A Unique Tourism Product, (iii) Education, (iv) Conservation and (v) Research & Development. read more
Similajau National Park
Similajau (about 30 minute's drive from Bintulu) has emerald water, tropical rainforest and long, golden sandy beaches.
The Park's close proximity to Bintulu makes it one of the state's more accessible parks. It is popular with the local people and those interested in seeing birds of prey like the sea eagle and Brahminy kite. Other animals that may appear in the Park are turtles, monkeys and wild boar. read more
Take a short ride in Bot Tambang (river bus) and meet the fishermen community at the nearby fishing village across the Kemena River. You will be surprised to see the traditional feature and lifestyle of the Bintulu Melanau such as fish drying, manufacturing of the renowed Bintulu Belacan (shrimps paste), Cencaluk (salted shrimps) and sago processing are still very much alive. The sight will bring you back to the nostalgia of the old Bintulu as a fishing village. read more
The latest attraction to Bintulu is the 120-acre Bintulu Promenade, the state's longest waterfront attraction similar to the one in Kuching. It is a commercial and recreational park rolled into one and strategically located near the delta of Kemena River. Perfect place for a relaxing stroll and to watch sunset and enjoy the evening breeze. read more
Tanjung Batu Beach
Fancy a rocky and sandy beach side-by-side? This unique feature happens to be the attraction to Tanjung Batu Beach (which is also how the name is given, "Rocky Isthmus"). It is a place where people in Bintulu jog and stroll their way along the beach, or the road with their families, apart from taking a sun-tanning session. read more