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

        ... all realised that we were totally sunburned - cue soothing aloe vera gel. Dan and I have decided to invest in some higher factor sun cream for when we go to Perhentian and Redang Islands in a couple of weeks time, there is nothing like sunburn for spoiling a tropical island holiday!

        Tuesday came far too quickly and we packed our cases and caught the bus to Kuala Lumpur. Here we had a spicy tom yum lunch before saying goodbye to Kah Peng and hello to ...

        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 ...

        Exploring, Indiana Jones style, in Malaysia!

        A travel blog entry by harach on Nov 18, 2013

        1 comment, 17 photos

        ... which made for great exploring and we even saw some wild Dusky leaf monkeys which were great to see. The beach also had a turtle conservation area where we got to see some baby turtles which are being looked after until they are old enough to be released. After a long day hiking we headed back into town to try out some of the famous Hawker streets. This is really cheap, really good food. We had Clay Pot Chicken, Laksa Curry and Satay Chicken, sat among the locals ...

        Perhentian Islands

        A travel blog entry by tristanbreslin on Aug 31, 2013

        8 photos

        ... net that drooped sadly over my merged single beds. I woke up to an army of flies/ants clutching defeatedly on the net. I completed my final dives and exams hung over and suffering. We spent the afternoon exploring more of the island and talking of the great times we had had together; for that evening the team would be sadly splitting up. Mel and I would be heading into Thailand while Phoebe and Annie would be moving back down the country to fly onto their next adventure of ...