transit point night

Transit Point is a budget accommodation facility located in the heart of Kuching. It has just been recently completed and features WiFi in every room. The rates start at RM 35 nett which is slightly more expensive than the RM 30 nett charged by it’s main competitor – Singgahsana Lodge. However, the two places are different in many ways.

transit point reception

Transit Point provides a more private environment with a room consisting of a double bed and air conditioning (and television and WiFi to boot) while Singgahsana provides dormitory style accommodations sleeping 10 in a room (without WiFi). Transit Point provides towels for free too, which is chargeable (RM 2) in Singgahsana Lodge.

transit point shower

Transit Point also features shared toilets and shower units but the place is very clean and there’s a soap/shampoo dispenser in the cubicles. Smoking is not allowed in both places (except outdoors).

transit point room

I would recommend Transit Point if  you want the privacy of your own room and a larger bed with an air conditioned room. Singgahsana Lodge would be more suitable for people who wants interaction (and doesn’t mind leaving their notebook filled with incriminating photos and videos in a room with 9 other strangers). ;)

transit point irene

Transit Point just costs RM 35 nett per night. I stayed there during my recent trip to Kuching (the 12 hour grueling trip where I nearly missed my express boat back) and was happy with the place. I’ll definitely do a return visit when I’m on a shoestring budget.

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20 Responses to “Transit Point”

  1. wow thats cheap. Mayb i can stay there when i wan to run away from home. haha..lol:)

  2. wow..thats cheap.. I can consider staying there when i wan to run away from home..kekek:P

  3. eve: Yeah, and the place is clean too! :)
    Are you from Kuching?

  4. Hey HB, the last photo has lots of orbs in them man. Those orbs are energy balls and some people say they are actually spirits, sprites or supernatural entities. Was there any disturbances during the nite? I noticed the queen size bed man… she ur galfriend/lover or what? Don’t tell me u guys are “just friends”. Huumm…. what has happened to that woman you were dating for a while… can’t remember her name now… the one nicknamed “Phoenix”?
    Take care and well done staying off drugs!!! You the man.

  5. mister lembu jantan:
    *deadpans*
    yes, we guys are just friends. lord forbid that we ever date. the apocalypse might just be hastened by that very unholy union.

  6. wah really worth RM35 per night with rooms like that.

  7. Glad to see sixthseal is back! Also, Irene’s a cutie!

  8. HB, u’re the man…u’re a pus*y magnet…I’m so going to see u at the end of the year! I’m counting on you for some gd looking girls…. hehe! ^.^

  9. The Bull: Yeah, I watched the movie Shutter which says something to that effect too. Excellent movie with a great ending.
    Anyway, Irene is just a friend. She’s a really old friend of mine from Kuching. :)
    Anyway, about Phoenix, that person is not in Sibu anymore. She has moved elsewhere to work.
    Thanks for the support buddy, I shall be keeping it clean and be sober. :)
    Irene: Haha! Two bipolar Arians. The world might just self destruct. ;)
    Darren: Yeah, it’s a great place. I was thinking of going to Kuching again to attend this blogger event but decided against it coz it’s held on a Sunday night and I couldn’t make it back to Sibu in time for work.
    Victor: Thanks buddy! :)
    BTW, Irene has been in sixthseal.com for a very long time. We hang out together in Kuching. Heck, I see her most days when I was drinking at Luconia.
    Myst3: Heh! Irene is just a friend. I’m not a magnet, I just tend to have more female friends than male friends for reasons which escape me. See ya end of the year mate.

  10. U are right..i stayed at transit point 25.8 ago.very clean,comfortable..and its only rm35 per night..

  11. Huai Bin,
    Could you please provide contact number of Transit Point? Your attention is appreciated. Thanks.

  12. hai, do u still hav their phone number?

  13. shee, Kuching
    The contact number for Transit Point,Kuching is 082-239961.Maybe u can try on Place2stay or Cozy Zzz in Kuching as well,its from RM39++.
    All are quite a nice place,do enjoy it!^_^

  14. Very good budget hotel in KUCHING.Near to the KUCHING town.Easy to got transportation.Good service.Got WIFI line and computer to play if boring and nothing work to do.

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