The Royal Guest House

Lot 440 - 443 & Lot 448 - 452, Kota Bharu, Kelantan, 15300, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Lot 440 - 443 & Lot 448 - 452, Kota Bharu, is near Temenggor Lake.
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Travel Blogs from Kota Bharu

Choppy waters and sore bottoms

A travel blog entry by parkitromp on Mar 16, 2014

... we were faced by the news that the last ferry was potentially going in thirty minutes. Why potentially? Well the boats are small and the waves are big is my technical reason for why. Jesus Christ. He was not the driver but I did think we might meet him for a few fleeting moments. I am not sure of the force of the wind or size of the waves but I am very surprised the captain went for it. All I can say is his boat was well made to withstand the battering it took. Less can be said for ...

Jungle Train

A travel blog entry by edsutch on Sep 01, 2013

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... was actually something to this stop! Straight away saw a queue of taxis, and knowing it was only about 6/7KM into town went and asked how much to get to where we were staying (a little outside of town). Rather than speaking to the driver they want you to ask another guy who gives you the price, he came back at 40 or 45 I think it was (£8 or £9) I politely laughed at him as waves him off, walk back over to where I saw some pay phones as thought we'd just call ...

Kota Bharu, bleak and grey!

A travel blog entry by djunamnie on Jun 12, 2013

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... are black (from decay), a town where you smell either the nice freshly baked food and roti (bread) or all different aroma’s from the sewers running freely over and under the streets. There where you are the only tourist in town and people stare at you as if you are a famous artist (or pooing in your pants). A town with a lot of colorful markets, cheap and nice food.

It is nice to be in a different country and somewhere where ...

The Perhentians

A travel blog entry by kerrihaysom on Mar 07, 2013

... as i was without my bestest dive buddy; but the visibility was 5 meters - Mabul was 18! Usually it is much better but due to the season only just starting and all the conditions that come with that it inevitably effects the ocean too.

The Perhentians are definitely worth a visit but once the season is up and running, not only to ensure a safe arrival but so you can really appreciate your ...

What a difference a day makes...

A travel blog entry by eastin80 on Jul 21, 2012

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... one in due to trying to fit (force) the slightly wrong plug into the slightly wrong hole. It wasn't so terrible though, and at a little over $15 a night (for one or two people) you can't really complain!

Breaking fast: We managed to stumble upon a Ramadan market later that night and were lucky enough to be able to be a part of (via osmosis) the breaking of fast for the first day of Ramadan. We were also lucky enough to get a delicious dinner for about $1.50. ...