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... all enjoyed the ride and were glad to be out of the jungle.
When we reached the village we had to spend one more night there because our bus to the Perhentian Islands was supposed to leave at 8.30. We all had a shower, got some food and chilled out for the rest of the day. We were all happy to be back although mosquitoes kept on eating us also during our last night in Kuala Tahan. We donīt think there is something we hate more than mosquitoes! Africa was nothing comparing to South East Asia :( ...
... bridge made of aluminum ladders and ropes 40-50 meteres above the ground.
The hike into the jungle takes a while (maybe an hour or so) before you get to the canopy walk. Then, you need to climb a wooden tower to start the walk. The walkway is one of the longest of it's kind in the world. It is 530m long and takes 30 minutes or more to cross.
As you walk the swaying bridge running along the treetops, one at a time, you get a fantastic view of ...
... town, of a Chinese BBQ and a curried pork bun, a change of clothes and we got driving again. The plan being to stop when we saw some wifi and email the hostel in KL hoping to get a room. We made it back to Jerantut, no wifi around, great! After 15 minutes driving around the town we got back heading to KL again, it was only maybe 6pm but we remembered that the Genting Highlands were something we had both read about - not entirely sure why though. All we remember was when at the ...
... from the centre of Kota Bharu, where we were staying. Tickets don't need to be purchased in advance as it's not a busy route, even in high season. However, be prepared to stand around puzzling over how you can get a ticket before the train arrives as the ticket office doesn't officially open until 8.30am, which is obviously well after the train has departed. Someone opens up about 5 minutes before the train arrives thankfully, but it's still touch ...
... is how this entry came up.
Once we exited the highway at Bentong, it was already dark. Bentong is quite a small town, even smaller from my hometown of Tanjong Malim. From the observation, it seems that the majority of this town were Chinese and followed equally by Malays and ...
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