Berjaya Hills Golf & Country Club
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... Tahan (gateway to Taman Negara National Park):
- Public bus: It departs at 8.30 and 13.30, it takes 1,5-2 hours and costs RM 6 per person.
- Private minivan: It goes between 8.30 and 17.00 (depending on people, minimum 5). There are 2 companies offering such a service. They charge RM 15 but can go down to RM 12. It takes 1-1,5 hours.
- Bus-ferry: The public bus charges RM 2, while the private minivan RM 5. Then the ferry charges RM 30 and takes you ...
... to our next stop. The butterfly and bug garden. This was a sickly place. All the bugs looked very unhealthy. The place was good because you could have a hands on experience with all the creepy crawlies but all the animals were not being handled well with many of them being dropped or knocked around. As soon as we walked in a butterfly fell onto my hand. Looking at it I could see one of its wings was badly broken so it couldn't fly. I tried to get it off onto a leaf and it tried to fly ...
It was our first day of proper travelling in Malaysia. We woke up early to catch our bus to Cameron Highlands in the centre of Malaysia. The bus was really comfy apart from the smell of cigarettes (weird considering it was a non smoking bus). The bus ride to Cameron Highlands involved a lot of sleeping. The end part of the journey was pure hell. The most windy road up the mountain. Every corner the ...
... and really into nature I must say hehe. She had two little kids and she just drags them everywhere. They liked it though.
The boat ride took about 3 hours, which was really long ;) The scenery didn’t really change along the way, we did get stuck a few times because of the low (really low) water levels, we did see some monkeys and some cows and water buffalo’s, but besides that all we saw ...
... It is 334m high. Once there, the views are well worth the climb. From here you can see the highest peak in Peninsular Malaysia, Gunung Tahan. From here you can see almost all of the national park below. What a view!
I am as far as I can go on this hike. There is a trail leading off into the jungle, but you must have a guide to continue on it.
Today's adventure has taken most of the day by the time I hike back to the sampan (boat taxi) to go back to ...
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