The SpaceThis unit is a three bedrooms house. In every room, we have queen bed with 1 horse power air conditioner and ceiling fan. The master bedroom comes with attached bathroom.
In the kitchen, there is a two burner of gas stoves and a mini bar. It has some cooking facilities. The dining table and chairs are also available.
Living room equipped with a 50 inches TV, Astro and sofa set.
This unit is intended to be occupied by six people (maximum). Guest AccessGuests are free to utilize the facilities in their unit. On top of that, they
can make use of the garden furniture which are available outside the house and barbeque corner where they can enjoy their food. Interaction with GuestsWith prior arrangement, especially for the foreigners, I can be your guide during your stay at this place. In the event that I am unable to be with you, my assistant, Sabli will always be there to take care of you.
As for the locals, they are advised to come with their own transports so that they can explore the area more easily. The NeighborhoodKuala Kurau is a town of seafood haven. Due to its freshness and the speciality of the chefs, there are many popular restaurants patronize by local and outsiders alike, among others:-
Restoran Terapung Muara
Speciality: Soft crabs, Tomyam Seafood
Speciality: Shellout food
Parit 30 Restaurant
Speciality: Prawns mee
Halim Kari Sembilang
Speciality: Fish curry
Speciality: Si ya chee西亚煎, Hor ka sai, Pineapple juice and Prawn fritters Getting AroundGetting around to this town is easy. Even though there is no bus service, taxi is always available. On top of that, we can help you to move around with our car or motorbike and hired bicycles. Other Things to NoteA visit to Kuala Kurau can be all year round activity.
Fishing is another popular pastime guests can indulge in. Ban Pecah is very famous fishing spot to the anglers. This place is only five kilometers away from Kurau Inn Homestay.
For those who are keen on ecotourism, a fruitful time to visit is between the months of August up to April every year.
Kuala Gula Bird Sanctuary is fortunate to have the Milky Stork and Lesser Adjutant, both globally-threatened species, grace its shores.
A variety of waders 'wintering' here are also present. Some of the common waders include Whimbrel, Lesser Golden Plover, Bar-tailed Godwit, Common Redshank, Common Greenshank and Terek Sandpiper. The beautiful white egrets, namely Great Egret, Little Egret and Intermediate Egret are here too. Sighting the globally-threatened Chinese Egret is rare but a possibility.
Kuala Gula Bird Sanctuary is also a rich breeding ground for herons such as Little Heron, Purple Heron and Grey Heron. A few bitterns can be seen along with various species of terns and gulls, sometimes seen perching on boundary poles of cockle beds, lying in wait for a fish or two.
If time permits, a walk on a gravel road (1-2km) running along the mangrove, starting at the most north- western end of the fishing village can turn up colourful species like the Black-capped Kingfisher, Common Kingfisher, Stork-billed Kingfisher and White-throated Kingfisher. Other birds such as munias, woodpeckers, bee-eaters, tailorbirds, sunbirds and a few resident raptors such as Crested Serpent-Eagle and Brahminy Kite can be seen.
Other wildlife in the area include otters, Silvered Leaf Monkeys, Long-tailed Macaques, Bottle-nosed and Ridge-backed Dolphins, Wild Pig, bats and civets. Reptilian delights present are Malayan Water Monitor, Clouded Monitor, pythons and mangrove snakes.
Overall, about 166 species of birds have been recorded during surveys carried out by the Department of Wildlife and National Parks Peninsular Malaysia