Colmar Tropicale, Berjaya Hills - Malaysia

KM48, Persimpangan Bertingkat Lebuhraya Karak, Bentung, Pahang, 28750, Malaysia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on KM48, Persimpangan Bertingkat Lebuhraya Karak, Bentung.
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    Travel Blogs from Bentung

    Malaysia - Taman Negara National Park

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on May 01, 2014

    1 comment, 76 photos

    ... All of us were just suffering.

    After a 6-hour walk we finally reached a sign saying that Bumbun Kumbang, a hide where we were supposed to spend the night, was only 1,5km. It was 17.00 and it was getting dark. Another option was to walk towards the river which was 2km away but there was a big chance that we wouldn´t be able to find any boats so we considered both alternatives and decided just to go to the hide.

    It took us another hour to get to the hide but ...

    Day 18 - The Canopy Walkway

    A travel blog entry by gab4ever on Mar 16, 2014

    3 photos

    ... 8217;t meet my expectations.
    After the Canopy Walkway which took me like 30 minutes, yeah, it was a long walk, thats for sure! I decided to walk to the nearest mountain and get up there. Luckily (or not luckily…) most of the tracks close by have woodwork, so you walk on the wood and not on the forest grounds. This was the same for most part up the mountain. stairs after stairs after stairs I climbed and I finally reached the first viewing point. It was a nice view ...

    Jungle Trek and Native people.

    A travel blog entry by andrewy on Mar 11, 2014

    15 photos

    ... the villagers knowledge. Our guide demonstrated to us how to use a blow pipe and let us tried it out. It was a lot tougher than I thought since my dart only hit the net not he targeted stuffed animal . Next an Orang Asli boy teen showed us how to start a fire with Wood and a piece of vine. After much rubbing with the wood, smoke started and by blowing at the cinder allow the fire to get stronger then he transferred the fire onto a pile of dried palm leaves ...

    Taman Negara, Genting Highlands & KL

    A travel blog entry by edsutch on Sep 16, 2013

    15 photos

    ... was done, and now it's feeding time. We decided on a hot plate noodle dish and a claypot noodle soup, but no matter how many noodle soups I have it will never taste like the ones from Vietnam. They weren't that bad, but we've had better food at least we know for next time. Saturday: Another lazy morning, few things to get sorted and then off for a walk around China Town again but in the day. It's still really busy, and full of tourists. None of the food is cheap, and none of ...

    Taman Negara, the friendly jungle

    A travel blog entry by tiggerbird on Aug 02, 2013

    19 photos

    ... hotel in the centre of town the next morning, more than twice the price but we didn't care by then; it has air con, clear water, was antless and not a mosquito in sight.

    Taman Negara is a 130 million-year-old tropical rainforest and one of the biggest in the world. The village of Kuala Tahan and the park itself is well set up for visitors but still to me, much like any other jungle. There is one distinct difference here however. ...