The only one in the interior of Sarawak, the Meligai Hotel at Kapit commands unrivalled view of picturesque Batang Rajang River that sprawled over undulating terrain of mountainous background covered by virgin forest.

Situated in the heart of Kapit Town, the hotel is 5 minutes driving from wharf, the landing and taking-off point of river transportation for both down and up river travelers and commuters.

‘Meligai’ or ‘Padong’ in Iban is a living quarter or a room within the longhouse constructed exclusively for beautiful and highly adored maidens to stay with all the privileges of a princess. The hotel being the only one and situated higher than any other buildings at that time was most appropriately named Meligai where visitors would stay and treated with Iban hospitality.

Hotel Meligai built in late 70’s, is the product of one of the families of earliest Iban migrants to Rajang Basin, the late Tun Jugah anak Baring, who finally settled in Kapit.

Facilities & Services

Function room, Business Centre, Laundry Service to Tours and Package etc. Everything you needs no matter is for leisure or business travel.

Multi-purpose Function Room

Perfectly suited for banquet functions, wedding receptions, and a variety of meetings, our venue offers a range of meeting room sizes to accommodate your needs.

Business Centre

a versatile and dynamic space tailored to cater to a range of needs, including meetings and multifunctional purposes. Equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, these centers offer adaptable meeting rooms, flexible workspaces, and event venues, making them ideal for conferences, workshops, seminars, and more.

Warm welcome crew

From the warm welcome at check-in to the impeccable room service, restaurant dining, and event coordination, our team commitment to excellence shines through.

Meetings & Events

Experience exquisite, premium service at Hotel Meligai Kapit, for your next conference, meeting or event.

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