Century Pines Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCentury Pines Resort Tanah Rata
Für 2 Nächte ok, hatten superior Zimmer mit Terrasse. Matratze war zu hart. Man hört das Abwasserrauschen der Nachbarn.
Moschee in der Nachbarschaft ist nicht gerade leise
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Am 13.4. um 15:30 Ankunft in Tanah Rata, Hotel Century Pines Inn Einchecken und Location check. Abends (18:00) beim Inder gegessen , Tipp ausm Loose Reiseführer. Abends 2 Bier in der City , Abschlussbier auf der Terrasse. 00:00 Bettruhe. 14.4. Tanah Rata Halbtagestour zu den Teeplantagen und Mooswald. Sehr guter Guide, ausführliche Erkl …
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Today our day starts with about a four hour bus journey to the Cameron Highlands. I say about because you never know! The bus is plush compared to what we have been used to in Laos, the driver even hands out rubbish bags but as ever with us and bus journeys, we soon realise they are sick bags!!
The journey starts on a …
... we liked the most the tour organized by the agency "Hill Top Travel & Tour“. It was the only tour that involved both attractions. The original price of the tour was RM 98 per person but they made us a little discount so we paid RM 90 per person. The tour included the following:
- 4x4 off-road vehicle
- Aboriginal village
- Blowpipe hunting (demonstration)
- Jungle trekking (2 to 3 hours)
- Rafflesia (the world's biggest ...
... comfortable for us long legged Canadians. In Laos we did find some white table cloths but the atmosphere was still South East Asia, which is to be expected. One of the restaurants with white tablecloths had low tables with floor seating, local style. Again with our long legs and not use to sitting on the floor (and not doing enough yoga) it was not the most comfy. Also, this restaurant had a garden about 5 feet from our table, which ...
... only slightly oxidized and white tea not at all. It's at this point that the leaves turn black/ dark brown. A slightly sour smell is emitted. 3) drying - the tea is dried on large racks and then blasted with heat in order to remove all but 3-5% of the moisture. 4) sorted & packaged - the tea goes through different sized sieves depending on the quality/purpose. It's then packaged and branded. The whole picking to packaging process takes about 24 hours as the tea leaves have ...