Rumah Putih Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRumah Putih Bed and Breakfast Sepang
James is still a great a host two years on from when we first stayed here. Great rooms, lovely pool and just an amazing relaxed atmosphere.
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Well after boarding our flight and having to wait due to fog (not quite sure about that one it was clear when we got there!) we were off.
Happy to report no problems and was a pretty easy flight to KL and a little surprising but good to see the plane was about three quarters full. Although must admit the customer service really wasn't up to …
... dark damp caves was not unpleasant. Cold showers at the hotel followed our excursion, and I needed a nap. We spent our late afternoon shopping. The grocery store provided an interesting experience. We chose Australian milk (fresh milk is a rarity here), blueberry chocolate and broccoli juice. At the fruit shop we came across a dragon fruit and fresh mango to add to our bags. We took a shortcut back to the hotel and spotted a woman feeding three ...
... We spent the week exactly as we'd meant to - relaxing, sleeping, eating, drinking (those two bottles of Absolut came in really handy!).......and in a fit of "My God we're so fat and unfit we're never going to be able to climb a set of stairs, let alone the Himalayas!" we even went to the gym a few times (first time in 20 years for us there!). The place was great, wonderfully friendly staff, pretty low key - calm before the storm for us that would be India for the next 6-8 ...
Early start this morning heading off to Singapore Zoo for Breakfast with the Orangutans. . As with everything else in Singapore it was well organised and spotlessly clean. Looking cool in our bright green ponchos, hastily purchased as the torrential rain set in for a few hours. Fortunately, the storm was soon over and we were able to ...
... and a bunch of other things like a planetarium. Sadly, we got there quite late and it wasn't worth going to visit any of those places so instead we settled for a drive around the park in a buggy which cost us all 2 ringgits each (about 40p). After the 15 minute trip in the buggy, we made our way back towards the hotel but not before stopping for some food at a tasty diner (no rice! Yay!). Later on, Katie, Irma and Sarah all broke off to meet their many separate ...