Centre Point Hotel Kuala Lipis
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NIGHTLIFE: The party scene is very laid-back, more 'relaxed' then 'rave'. WIth it being the first night we forgot about the mild sunstroke, komodo dragons and lethargicness and headed to the beachfront (a mere 20km away) raring to go for a big first night out, We were mildly disappointed not to see strobelights and DJs on podiums, but the relaxed nightlife reflects scenery - calming and understated.
April 18, 2009
... in it. I want to do more fun dives and eventually become an instructor myself as a hobby. We saw some big titan trigger fish on our dives, but I made sure not to look at it for too long or else I would get scared! :) Hiding behind the instructor really helps too though!
I did not go snorkelling on this trip but did go swimming quite a bit infront of my resort and got bitten by many hungry little fish. They dont hurt, but they always take you by surprised so you end up ...
... 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 ...
... going to take some beating but it turns out Langkawi has a couple of gems of its own. There are a number of wildlife attractions, including a crocodile farm, snake farm and buffalo park, but I decided on Underwater World. What I liked most about this place is the blatant racism, it costs more to get in if you're foreign - brilliant! The world itself is good, if not great. They do have a wide variety of sea-life on display, the split level ...
... The place is named after Sir William Cameron, who I believe I remember reading is related to the PM. To summarise briefly, we spent a day and a half here, during which we visited two tea plantations (and a factory where tea is processed), a butterfly farm (dad would have enjoyed this, there were a huge number of massive butterflies; will show pictures when I can), a strawberry farm, a bee farm, a Buddhist temple in ...