Century Pines Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 …
... skin destroyed by last week's brutal sun-burning. The village was made up of simple houses but of modern construction with a new asphalt road going through it. Jason tactfully pointed out that aboriginal people do very well out of the government in Malaysia. Although the village has a small mosque, it was suggested to us that many tribal people adopt major religions so that they can get donations from missionary organisations and the odd free ...
... other ideas as they kept delaying our flight; our chances of catching the last bus to Ipoh were becoming less and less likely. Fortunately we landed in the newly opened and very efficient KLIA2 and within an hour we had found time to collect our bags, scoff down a McDonalds before boarding the final bus of the day... we were the only people on the bus and the driver, thinking his shift was over for the night, was not a happy bunny! We arrived in Ipoh just after midnight, ...
... tea, all their advertising campaigns, how tea actually goes from the bush to what we drink and how delicious a tea biscuit can be when your "active" tour is really quite slow and boring. We thought our quest was over. We hit a wall. However, we were told the following information on Pangkor Island by an New Zealander named Nick, but since he learned this information in the Cameron Highlands, at the guest house directly behind ours, we will share ...
... you should go first"
Lisa: "Oh... okay then"
Me: "Yeah thats the strawberries"
Also amazing in Tanah Rata is the street food, is amazing, you can get numerous fried snacks such as Nasi Pasang, deep-fried banana in a chill batter, really tasty, really addictive and suspect really bad for you, And very cheap anything from 1-3 MYR.
Heading back into Tanah Rata, we took the route that head past the Parif Falls, small and but beautiful. More Impressive when ...