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Bintulu Hotel and Places to Stay

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OYO 90375 Reggae Inn
OYO 90375 Reggae Inn
OYO 90375 Reggae Inn
OYO 90375 Reggae Inn
OYO 90375 Reggae Inn

OYO 90375 Reggae Inn

Near Park City Commerce Square
4.0 (10 Ratings)·Very Good
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Standard Twin
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Capital O 90083 Riverfront Inn
Capital O 90083 Riverfront Inn
Capital O 90083 Riverfront Inn
Capital O 90083 Riverfront Inn
Capital O 90083 Riverfront Inn

Capital O 90083 Riverfront Inn

Near Pasar Malam Bintulu, Bintulu
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4.7 (31 Ratings)·Excellent
Free Wifi
Coffee/tea maker
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Standard Twin
RM90RM30770% off
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Super OYO 89544 Utama Inn
Super OYO 89544 Utama Inn
Super OYO 89544 Utama Inn
Super OYO 89544 Utama Inn
Super OYO 89544 Utama Inn

Super OYO 89544 Utama Inn

Near Night Market,Bintulu
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4.6 (189 Ratings)·Excellent
Queen Sized Bed
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Hotels di Bintulu and Best Places to Visit

Malaysia is far more than its theme parks, skyscrapers like Iconic Petronas Twin Towers, Temples and Mosques, and Chinatown.

While you are in Malaysia, do plan a voyage to Bintulu, small portland quaintly tucked away in Sarawak Malaysia. The destination is unique with a sequence of beaches, coastal regions, and national parks. Travellers love this destination for its tranquillity. Bintulu may not be as popular as other destinations in Malaysia, but this hidden gem leaves its visitors bewildered.

Admired for its golden beach, Irrawaddy dolphin, Similajau National Park, beautiful Sunset views, it's a picturesque place to unwind. For foodies, it's a paradise with its variety of seafood and the best shrimp paste ‘belacan’.

Marvellous Similajau National Park- The national park exhibits a unique topographical feature of the Sarawak coastline. What you will experience are thick lush green forests, natural trails starting from a few meters to 10kms, golden sandy beaches and novel flora & fauna.

With its diverse habitats to accommodate a wide range of enthralling species, Similajau National Park is sure to offer an adventure of a lifetime. You can behold close to 24 species, including long-tailed macaques, gibbons, shrews, barking deer, squirrels, wild boar, porcupine, and civet cats, and two species of the crocodile as well. It's a bird watching spot too with 185 species that live here.

Next, depending on the trail you pick for the trek, you will witness either of the 3 pristine beaches: Turtle Beach 1, Turtle Beach 2 and Golden Beach. A night camp at this stunning forest area is a good idea.

You can explore the most out of Similajau via a boat ride starting and get dropped off at Golden Beach and then trekking back to the HQ.

Borneo International Kite Festival- The biggest kite festival across the world, that attracts professional kite flyers and amateurs from everywhere. The sky is nothing less than a colourful portrait with different types, colours and shapes of kites that paint the sky all day! This is the best time to experience Bintulu’s cuisine and culture. Bintulu ethnic including Melanau Ba’ee, Ibans, and Orang Ulus like Kayan and Kenyah exhibit their own stalls, selling local handicrafts and foods. Live bands, stage performance, karaoke, and everything else lightens the mood at night, an experience to remember.

The Old Town of Bintulu- Appealing low old buildings are the visual spell of this place. It gives you access to the waterfront leading to Pasar Tamu and Pasar Utana, the locals’ preferred wet markets in Bintulu. Pasar Tamu is where you will find lip-smacking Belacan Bintulu. You can visit the well-known Buddhist temple in Bintulu, known as Tua Pek Kong Temple

Budget Oyo Hotels in Bintulu

Lastly, a Cruise will just complete the tour. Don’t worry about researching on Where to Stay? OYO Hotels Malaysia offers multiple properties in Bintulu Malaysia, that suit all kinds of budgets and are packed with essential amenities like Free Wi-Fi and Parking Facilities.
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Questions and Answers

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What are the top tips for finding the perfect Bintulu hotel?

Whether going on vacations or business trips, finding the right accommodation to suit your needs is the fundamental step to make your stay unlike any other. Consider these three tips before booking a hotel in Bintulu and make the most out of your time here.

  • Location: Your travel to Bintulu is incomplete without visiting its local attractions, which is why a hotel located in the vicinity of these attractions would tremendously make the experience better. Having restaurants and other facilities within reach is a great addition too, offering convenience at your doorstep.
  • Amenities: Nothing can go wrong with the presence of an extensive range of amenities at a hotel. OYO hotels in Bintulu feature standardized essential amenities for our guests to utilize, taking one step further in providing the best service one could ever ask for.
  • Price: Comfort and affordability are the perfect combination for a getaway to remember, especially when you’re in need of a break without draining the bank. Be sure to check out OYO official website or application for different deals you surely don’t want to miss out on!
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Which are the basic amenities that one can expect in an OYO Hotel in Bintulu?

OYO strives to meet your needs by providing top-notch amenities in our hotels, promising comfort and convenience at its best. OYO hotels in Bintulu come with air-conditioning, television, and free Wi-Fi as standard in all rooms. Depending on availability, some hotels offer additional amenities such as in-room mini-fridge, CCTV surveillance, cashless payment option, parking facility, elevator, and many more to make the best stay possible. The full list of amenities is available on the property page for further reference on what each hotel has to offer.

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How much do OYO hotels in Bintulu charge for a night?

OYO hotels in Bintulu feature variously sized and styled affordable room types to accommodate your needs offered at different price points to suit your budget.

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What are some of the popular landmarks in Bintulu?

Some popular spots in Bintulu are;

  • Similajau National Park: A lush jungle with various hiking trails on the coastline of Bintulu that makes an awe-inspiring sight.
  • Monument Council of State: The monument that honours the first legislative assembly meeting of the officials.
  • Tua Pek Kong Temple: This Buddhist temple boasts intricate carvings and decor inside out. The temple has been welcoming thousands of devotees and visitors since 1890s.
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What are some of the best destinations around Bintulu for a weekend getaway?

If you are spending the weekend in Bintulu then here are some places you MUST visit:

  • Niah National Park: Some of the oldest sites of human settlement from 40,000 years ago were found here and are now accessible to those who enjoy history. If you’re up for a stay in an Iban longhouse, this is the place to experience it.
  • Jepak Village: Also known as Fish Village, this is where visitors can meet a friendly community and learn what the Melanau lifestyle is like and witness the sago processing and fish drying.
  • Pantai Temasya Tanjung Batu: A beach near Bintulu to spend an evening with your family and enjoy a picnic.
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Which shopping centres in Bintulu are closest to an OYO hotel?

Shopping centres have something for everyone from the latest fashion trend to electronics and groceries. Bintulu is home to a few shopping centres and those in the vicinity of OYO hotels are:

  • Times Square Megamall
  • The Spring
  • NAIM Bintulu Paragon Street Mall
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What is the weather usually like in Bintulu?

Bintulu reaches its highest temperature in June at 31.7°C. The lowest temperature will be on January with 29.5°C. The recommended time to visit Bintulu is from February to April and May to August.

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What all adventure sports does Bintulu offer?

While in Bintulu, you can experience a few adventure sports which will leave you overwhelmed by nature.

  • Similajau National Park: Trekking is a popular activity here, with tracks that stretch a few meters long or can be as long as 10 kilometres. The park is also home to different wildlife species where visitors can spot them in action along the way.
  • Niah Great Caves: Take a hike into the caves and see the amazing paintings on the cave walls. One can also opt for scuba diving near the Patricia Reef along the south coast of Bintulu.
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Where can guests go to eat in the Bintulu?

A trip to Bintulu is incomplete without a taste of its local flavours. There several restaurants that worth a visit to the city, where each has its speciality to cater to all kinds of appetite.

  • Brew73; Gastropub welcomes meat lovers, pizza enthusiasts, and everything in between to enjoy its take on American cuisine without needing to fly to the USA itself!
  • One can stop by Pineapple Restaurant to satiate the craving for Chinese dishes.
  • If you’re up for Japanese food, Ezy Plus is the residents’ go-to place for some freshly made sushi, which tastes nice with a refreshing cup of hot or cold green tea.
  • A cafe called The Coffee Code offers great desserts with aesthetically pleasing food presentations. Everything on the menu deserves to be photographed before indulging your sweet tooth.
  • Eve Garden serves authentic Indonesian cuisine and Sarawak food. With these two cultures combined, the restaurant makes a great place for those who seek comfort food that reminds of home.
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How do people in Bintulu usually commute?

Bus: Buses are available for long-distance travel from a few Bus Terminals in Bintulu.

Walk/Cycle: Short-distance walking and cycling are popular here.

Airport: Travellers from outside the city can fly to Bintulu Airport, located a few minutes away from downtown Bintulu

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