Grand Margherita Hotel, where you will be treated like royalty, is Sarawak's first international hotel. Situated along our backyard is the 1.7km stretch of scenic Kuching Waterfront where fitness enthusiasts enjoy their morning jogs and evening strolls.
Exploring peaceful and relaxing Kuching along this trail will lead to tourists attractions nearby such as the Chinese Museum, Tua Pek Kong Chinese Temple, Fort Margherita and souvenir bargaining hot spot, the Main Bazaar. Alternatively, choose to jog at the nearby Reservoir Park or The Amphitheatre, and visit the Sarawak Museum along the way. A quick run along the perimeters of our hotel allows guests to feel the pulse of the city and offers a holiday photo opportunity with the famous Cat Family Statue.
Stay rejuvenated in one of our 288 comfortable rooms and try our chef’s selection of signature dishes and tonic soups. All our kitchens are certified Halal.Soak up some sun by the hotel's swimming pool, or hop in for a refreshing swim to cool off.
Grand Margherita Hotel is located in the heart of Kuching’s shopping and financial district and just 20 minutes drive from the Kuching International Airport. Adjacent to our hotel is the Sarawak Plaza Shopping Complex which features a supermarket, pharmacy and money changer.
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Kuching Waterfront, which lines the south bank of Sarawak River, is THE place to sample the city’s cosmopolitan vibes.
The Tua Pek Kong Temple is a dedicated to the deity most beloved by overseas Chinese. According to local legend, work started in the temple in 1913, in order to give thanks to the deity for helping to end a mysterious epidemic.
Main Bazaar is the oldest street in the city and the heart of old Kuching. It has some superb examples of Chinese shophouse architecture, many of which have been occupied by the same family for generations.