Century Pines Resort
- 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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... foot long, praying mantis, a spider as big as your hand, ants as big as your thumb and grasshoppers. It felt like Jurassic park. I soon froze when our Essex truck driver traveller pointed out a snake to which the guide said be v careful, that one is v poisonous! Scorpions then followed , lit up green in infra red light. Thankfully the only other thing we saw after that was a tree frog although the jungle noises were pretty deafening burn not enough to prevent ...
... and I were satisfied with the tour. Even though it was quite expensive it was a good value for money.
In the evening we had a meeting with the girls with whom we spent the first part of our tour. They seemed to be nice so we thought it could be entertaining to get to know them a little bit more. Since we arrived in Malaysia we wanted to try a meal called “steamboat” which is actually more Chinese than Malay. In any case it is a social thing so it was perfect ...
... on the island of Penang we found a pamphlet that gives pictures and describes the street food so it was easier to decide what to eat at the local food stalls and restaurants. The first day I tried the Char Koay Teow which is a delicious flat rice noodle dish with garlic, prawns, bean sprouts, egg, chives and soy sauce. It reminded me a little of the Pad Thai (noodle dish) in Thailand. Devon tried the Penang Laksa which is a thick ...
... Frequently people would shout hello to me or offer me a ride. I stopped off at a cactus farm, a strange smelling mushroom farm, and a little town with nothing but a KFC, a Hindu temple, and a huge, well maintained golf course with mock-Tudor apartment blocks. Eventually if stopped raining but again, I saw multiple copies of the same 'Tanah Rata 5.5km' sign about every 30 minutes. Turns out 8km was a lie. It was 16km from where I was back to the hostel, the last 4km of which ...
... take the jungle railway to Taman Negara, to which he nodded. Then we said that, today, we were planning to visit Kota Bharu’s famed handicraft market. He pulled a face. “It’s Friday, most things are closed.” Oh, sods. The multiculturalism of Penang had made us entirely forget that Malaysia is in fact an Islamic country – so weekends are back to Friday and Saturday, like in Jordan.
Our day in Kota Bharu, then, was ...