Century Pines Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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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Reggel ismét elindultunk. Ez egy hosszabb út volt. Vagy tán később indultunk.
Cél: a Camerun felföld volt. Ismét buszok és ismét utazás.
Picit más volt most a táj, emelkedett a hangulat és a magasság is. :-)
A szállás ismét kellemes, élhető.
Hogy megmacskásodott lábainkat megjárassuk, felballagtunk a kö …
... Tudor housing, local churches and a golf course all contributed to this feeling. The colonial influence really felt strong in the valleys. However, along with this were strong elements of Malaysian culture. For example, I came across a large Buddhist temple, which was also the start point for one of the local walking paths. The route took me through jungle that the surrounding area had brilliantly hidden. It was like walking from an idyllic rural scene straight into ...
... will be soaked up by the rainforest. Allegedly the oldest rainforest in the world at some 180-230 million years old. Raju made the point that we're taking no time at all to destroy it and that for us, when it's gone it's gone. You can't recreate it. You need a 230 million year rebuilding through nature programme to achieve the same result. The green lungs of the Earth are being poisoned and strangled by human short-termism and it's all a little too depressing to contemplate ...
... head out for a tour, in an old Land Rover. We visit the largest tea plantation “Best of Highlands” or BOH, the most popular tea brand in Malaysia, still run by a Scottish family. Before trekking the “mossy-forest”, we walk up to the peak of the highlands (at 2081m) and finish it off with a cup of tea and scones – very surreal! That ...
... strange bird and insect noises even the weather was the same cold and raining!! In fact we were cold all day we haven't been cold for about 4 months! Finally we went down to the tea plantation factory to see the processing area and buy a cup of tea. It had a great taste I really like it, think I will be purchasing some to take back home! In the evening we went out to grab some food off to Kuala Lumpur tomorrow ...