Green Leaf Guest House

Address: No 2 Tingkat Atas, Jerantut, Pahang, 27000, Malaysia | Hostel
 
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This hostel is located on No 2 Tingkat Atas, Jerantut.
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Travel Blogs from Jerantut

Family Time

A travel blog entry by mrsfd on Aug 26, 2014

29 photos

... feeling to be in all these new situations. In normal life you get familiar with where you are, who you are with and your relationships with the people around you. While travelling to new places and cultures, and staying with friends and family with their different lifestyles and routines it is an interesting feeling to bend and flex to fit in with what is going on around you while also remaining yourself. It's a bit like the overwhelming feeling of going ...

NO RICE! (Malaysia)

A travel blog entry by usatexan on Mar 08, 2014

68 photos

... I brought snacks and water in my day bag. There will be no place to stop along the way.

I see some monkeys jumping through the trees on the banks and I see a small island we pass where a bunch of monkeys are running around playing. There are no trees on the island and I can see the monkeys and all their antics. But, I could not get my camera situated fast enough as the boat was moving, so I missed photos of these monkeys.

There were also some ...

Welcome to the jungle

A travel blog entry by doglegtravels on Dec 18, 2013

71 photos

... down the hill to attack him, I tell him he's exaggerating! To be fair I was looking for a stick to flick it with when it shot off down the hill chasing something, I didn't realise snakes could move that fast, it was like lightning. There are some pretty strange noises in a rainforest and we had been standing on a ledge overlooking a valley listening to an angry hooting type sound when a huge Hornbill flew past. It was like something out of Jurassic ...

Taman Negara

A travel blog entry by tristanbreslin on Aug 27, 2013

... in the world, although I wasn't convinced). My afternoon tour was a rapids river ride to an indigenous village, which was thoroughly enjoyable - making darts and firing them through a blowpipe at targets is terrific. That evening I joined a group for two day hike. We walked through the jungle in the darkness, inspecting an array of insects (including huge bird eating spiders) and animals. That night we slept in hives in the open. I ...

Mellow Melaka

A travel blog entry by amytravelblog on Dec 03, 2012

5 photos

... s house’ a traditional Nyonya house converted into a restuarant setting selling delicious traditional home cooked dishes such as chicken potato stew ‘Ayam Pongteh’ and cabbage with mushrooms. The owner offers us home cooked biscuits on the way out.

Nyonya comes from 15th century when a rapid influx of Chinese workers migrated to the South East Asia region. Most ...