Mata Hari Chalets

Address: Cherating, Pahang, Malaysia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cherating

Journey down the east coast

A travel blog entry by parkitromp on Mar 20, 2014

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... in the preparation. We got to the area with only a couple of lost moments. It was a type of pretty resort with small chalets, picnic tables and a waterfall. What we hadn't prepared for was the heat walking through the trees to the small falls and the leeches. Yes our friends the tiny leeches. So with both of us in shorts and no socks and not initially looking out for them I got a big of a shock when looking down and saw the ...


A travel blog entry by sayukawa on Mar 13, 2014

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The ocean was wild and murky. Not your serene crystal lagoons further north. This was truly off beaten path paradise.

But if backpacking is about profound destinations and unexpected journeys. Then it is the imprint and joy of the people who you meet. In cherating i was greeted by two german couples who were on their second stay in moms home. I was led tothe ocean for the first time thru deep palms ...

Lumpy Lobster's Magical Moment

A travel blog entry by trish.coverdale on Sep 15, 2013

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... lit up, obviously solar sensored, as it got darker, the brighter the glow became. When it was completely dark the lights on the fountains came on and wow, multi coloured dancing fountains! Forever changing their colours and shapes, I was sorry to leave in the end, but had to catch the LRT back to Chinatown. Talking of the LRT, I cannot get my head round the fact that they appear to be remote controlled! No driver? Usually two or three ...


A travel blog entry by lisa_and_paul on Sep 08, 2013

... bus tickets and then took a bus into town. We had a breakfast of roti canai (flaky flatbread served with curry dip) and teh tarik (tea poured from cup to cup to build up a froth) and then went to see about a bus to Cherating. It turned out we had an hour or more to wait, so we found another restaurant from where we could keep an eye on the bus stop, and had a second roti breakfast.

The bus to Cherating took about an hour, and we were soon checked into ...

Transport to Cherating

A travel blog entry by ryansarah on Mar 30, 2013

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... were. Sarah had a bit of an upset stomach so was happy when we finally settled for the room we had looked at first after coming back here as a lot of the other places were full, Desa Rehat 50RM. We had wifi in our room which is great so we had a good catchup with both our families on FaceTime. Hayley, Gareth and Stella were at Mum and Dads so we got to see them too! Hayley told us there very exciting news! Yay!! Had dinner at a locals then home for a much needed ...

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