Yellow Guest House

Address: Kuala Tahan, Pahang, Malaysia | Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsYellow Guest House Kuala Tahan

Reviewed by angelita.lita

Cozy stay

Reviewed Mar 26, 2014
by (7 reviews) , Spain Flag of Spain

The owner is a very amusing, kind and nice person, who works so hard for you to stay comfortably.
the guest house is very clean and convinient. Highly recommendable!

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Reviewed by kenobi61

Soggiorno alla Yellow Guest House

Reviewed Aug 24, 2013
by (10 reviews) Stresa , Italy Flag of Italy

Trovandomi al Taman Negara in un periodo di alta stagione e non avendo prenotato in anticipo, mi sono accontentato della prima sistemazione che ho trovato, senza andare tanto per il sottile. L'unica camera disponibile infatti era una stanzetta minuscola senza bagno con solo materasso, due sedie e uno sgabello. Era pero' dotata di aria condizionata, fondamentale data la temperatura e l'umidita' di quella zona in quel periodo. E nonostante la quasi totale assenza di comodita', quella stanzetta si e' rivelata piu' confortevole del previsto e ci ho passato 4 notti comode e tranquille. Altre note positive sono state il buon prezzo (30 ringitt a notte) e la disponibilita' del personale. Di negativo i bagni in comune piuttosto dozzinali.

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Reviewed by 2totango

Out of the way

Reviewed Jan 7, 2013
by (26 reviews) varies... , Canada Flag of Canada

We were happy to be offered a room here. Not the most beautiful we've stayed in, but nicer than the others we looked at in Kuala Tahan. Considering the alternatives, this was a great price that also included WIFI as well as free coffee and tea. The owner was helpful, a wealth of information, and a great guy to sit and chat with. There is also a newer block of rooms with balconies, but I didn't get to see inside these rooms.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Yellow Guest House Kuala Tahan

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Kuala Tahan

Back to the concrete jungle - Kuala Lumpur

A travel blog entry by kaila.mctavish on Aug 05, 2014

48 photos

... the high end mall area called Pavilion. Asian culture is very much surrounded around malls. This might be why I was not a huge fan because there isn't a whole lot else to do other than eat. I have to say though their malls do not disappoint and have more designer label stores than I knew existed. Some peoples credit cards must take a serious hit here! I thought Bangkok was bad. This was on steroids. I enjoyed window shopping and bumping a/c for awhile before making my way ...

Taman Negara

A travel blog entry by carrhaughan on Jun 22, 2014

9 photos

... down a little before we head out to dinner, a pleasant-enough buffet with just about enough to keep us happy. At eight we meet up with a guide and a big group of tourists and head out on a night safari into the Taman Negara jungle. Being honest, it’s a bit sanitised – our route is along a permanent wooden walkway, a far-cry from the night treks we’ve done in jungles in south America and Asia before, but the tour guide is ...

Malaysia - Taman Negara National Park

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on May 01, 2014

1 comment, 76 photos

... to Kuala Tahan.

After another 30 minutes of up and down we were all getting exhausted from the weather and the road, but to make it even worse we had another bee attack. This time they attacked Tez and Barbara. Both of them got 4 stings (including Barbara´s eye!). By now we were all getting fed up with the jungle trek, but since we thought we should be close to the end we kept on moving.

After 4 hours of walk we were getting a little bit scared that we could ...

Day 211 Cameron Highlands

A travel blog entry by elliotgamble on Apr 14, 2014

4 photos

... different types of noodle, a selection of meats and fishes and platefuls of vegetables. All of this was thrown in and then hooked out with our chopsticks once cooked. The more food that went in the more flavoursome the soup became. The meal was long, mainly due to us all having to use chop sticks. I am now a big fan of the steamboat. It was the perfect end to a great day travelling. Tomorrow we are moving on from Cameron Highlands into the jungle of Taman Negara. I'll let you know how it ...

Jungle Trek and Native people.

A travel blog entry by andrewy on Mar 11, 2014

15 photos

... so strong that they can ripe the skin open. The uphill trek was quite strenuous, along with the humidity and the tropical heat, every pine in our group was huffing and puffing when we eat to the vista point. After a web minute rest, our guide allowed us to walk up to the second vista point for better view. Burkit Terisek or the name of the vista point is at 800 feet above sea level and it gave us a nice view of the valley. The trek back down is very nice, by ...