The Kebun

The Kebun

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Accommodation & Lodging


20 - 24 Kampung Rayu Melayu
Kuching, Sarawak 93050
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The Kebun

  • About Us

    The Kebun was started as a plan for a retirement home in Sarawak, East Malaysia. Adrian’s Bungalow which was only accessible from the river was put up after being disassembled from the movie set of The Sleeping Dictionery. Olivia’s Bungalow was only put up only two years later when it too was taken out of storage, also disassembled from the same movie set. The farm stay business only started in May 2010 with the urging of friends and family.


    Sandwiched between the Kubah National Park and Sungai Rayu and very near to the Matang Wildlife Center, it is fully fenced in with running water and electricity both of which were installed only 4 years ago. Prior to that the farm depended on stored rain water and a generating set for electricity.


    Today the farm has started to help with foundation stock for fellow farmers and also help import breeding stock from Australia of which also include sheep. New farmers sometimes drop in to the farm for help in general as our management experience is quite extensive although mostly learned through the trial and error. Many of them have also secured their starter breeding stock mostly derived from our farm born kids.


    Expect a generous and genuine welcome from either one of the owners, Olivia & Adrian. As experienced world travelers we know what you want and our aim is to make sure your stay with us is memorable and fun! Your comfort is our concern and we will do our best to keep you happy.

    Sustainability Practices

    he Kebun is not just accommodation, it is an experience. If you would like to get back to the basics of life in a beautiful setting, which is fresh gardens of organic vegetables, picking your own tropical fruits, dining on fresh farm raised chickens, fishing for your own freshwater fish & simple accommodation, with little impact to the environment, and to help out with feeding all of the animals at the end of the day’s activities and again in the morning, then your are up for a unique sarawakian adventure at The Kebun.

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