Teluk Iskandar Inn

Address: 1456 Jalan Sekakap, Mersing, Johor, 86800, Malaysia | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on 1456 Jalan Sekakap, Mersing.
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    Travel Blogs from Mersing

    Back to the land of ringitts and cheap prices.

    A travel blog entry by richierich33 on Apr 14, 2014

    5 photos

    ... had planned on staying at Omars Guesthouse but when i went there it was devoid of both tourists and staff so went next door to the John Adam Guesthouse where i was still the only guest but at least they had staff on duty! It certainly made a refreshing change to only have to pay 15 ringitts {3} for a dorm bed after the 20 singapore dollars {10} i was paying in Singapore and the overpriced rates encountered whilst in ...

    Singapore to Mersing

    A travel blog entry by systemofjt on Jun 28, 2013

    2 photos

    ... and no air con...we had a 2 hour journey ahead of us :( during the ride a huge storm broke and all the roads were pretty much streams! You couldn't see anything cause the rain was so heavy...we feared for our lives haha. But on the plus the king of Johor Bahru drove past us! We survived the ride, phew! Couldn't get a ferry to the tioman islands so spent the night in mersing. We got some beers and food and chilled in our ...

    Check Your Room !!!! Check your Room

    A travel blog entry by pmaustin on May 20, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... to 30 degrees before it was comfortable,,,,never happy !!!!

    Up early the next day for the Jungle train,,this train travels through the centre of Malaysia, takes about 9 hours and we thought it would be good way to see the countryside. Malaysian trains are very comfortable, clean and cheap , also you don’t have the problem with as I mentioned in my first entry,, which way round to sit????,,facing forward looking back and all ...

    Pulau Rawa

    A travel blog entry by greenfamily on Sep 12, 2012

    144 photos

    ... yes we counted!) concrete slab steps. Being a little out of practice due to the lack of cathedrals and monuments in Singapore, we were given a good reminder that we have calf muscles and lungs by the time we reached the top! The view was fantastic looking down to the rocks on the other side of the island and also down to the beach and jetty while the seabirds wheeled and dived above us.

    We spent a very happy morning ...

    Night Bus Blues

    A travel blog entry by mikeandsheila on Apr 07, 2012

    4 photos

    ... condensed milk - to wash down my cigarette. Back on the bus and it's time to have the 'blues'. We do not condone the use of vallium under normal circumstances but this ain't normal. Our Cambodian Vallies are what makes 10 hour bus journeys doable for big old corkies like us, otherwise we would never sleep, would develop sever body cramps and would probably expire with fear as the bus overtakes on blind corners - Valium is a stiff drink in the form of a little blue pill.
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