Century Pines Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- 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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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 …
... 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 ...
... s biggest flower called “Rafflesia”. Since this flower lives only 4 days itīs not easy to see it blossoming. Our guide knew that at least one Rafflesia was currently hiding deeper in the jungle so he was leading us there. He walked quite fast and we tried to keep up (nobody wanted to lose touch with the rest of the group). Besides that, we didnīt even notice but the first part was a solid uphill. We started sweating right after we departed and we agreed that the ...
The bus to the Cameron Highlands was the best bus I've ever been on. The seats were wide and squishy and reclined into almost a bed with a comfortable foot rest. The journey took about five hours, the first half was on a motorway so was pretty dull but the second half was beautiful. We passed through valleys of jungle covered mountains and villages with buildings made of bamboo with tin roofs. The ...