Permai Rainforest Resort,
Borneo, Borneo (Sarawak)
Info : Permai Rainforest Resort
A relaxing eco-resort offering lots of activities in a beautiful location just a 30 minute drive from Kuching, this is a very convenient resort to stay in – close to nature in a tranquil environment. Set in 44 acres of land, close to the popular Damai beach and Mount Santubong, the resort offers sun, sea, rainforests and beautiful views.
Accommodation is in treehouses or forest cabins. There are 10 treehouses, built on stilts 20 feet above the ground, placing you in the forest canopy. The beach is just a short walk away. There are bungalow-style cabins and a two-storey cabin available. These are spread under the forest canopy and are good for families and groups.
A wooden café overlooking the beach offers a lovely setting for dinners. A natural jungle pool lets you take a relaxing dip at any time of day. There is also a wonderful beach a short walk away where you can swim, paddleboard and kayak.
This is a very comfortable resort, whilst not luxury, in a very good location. It lets you get back to nature, enjoy outdoor activities all whilst living in a rainforest. It’s great for couples and families wanting to relax in natural surroundings with plenty of things to do.
Comfort - This is our lead in category. There will generally be a no frills approach and while some will be characterful, some will do exactly what it says on the tin - provide a clean, comfortable and good value place to spend the night. These places are normally 3* hotels.
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We all remarked on how well tourism blended in to the local community in a positive way. At no point did we ever feel exploited or taken advantage of. We felt privileged to visit the Penan tribe in Mulu and enjoyed the market there without any pressure to spend money. Visiting Abai village and planting the trees was also a great experience for all ages of our party. Again, a privilege.