Colmar Tropicale, Berjaya Hills - Malaysia
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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We drove down from Thailand passing through the immigration quite smoothly, both Thai and Malaysian immigration perhaps due to the fact it was a weekday. From here we drove down to Kuala Lumpur where we joined up with Karak Highway and proceeded to COlmar Tropicale at Bukit Tinggi.
It was a windy road up with my son suffering from nausea …
... for a couple of kilometres before jumping out the boat and starting to climb up the hill towards something Linda’s really not looking forward to – the world’s longest hanging bridge, a 12-section canopy walkway high up in the jungle and stretching almost half-a-mile in total. It’s a nerve-wracking start for Linda, but after the first couple of sections she seems fairly happy – well, except for the section that goes ...
... where you can see blowpipe demonstrations.
Canopy Walkway: It is necessary to cross the river by boat (RM 1), then pay the park entry fee (RM 1) and walk around 30 minutes to get to the Canopy Walkway (everything is signposted and the pathway is well-maintained). The entry fee to the Canopy Walkway is RM 5 and it takes about 30 minutes to go around. It is not an adrenaline rush, but considering the price and other things to do over there the Canopy Walkway is ...
... in 24 hours with one sting. Despite its toxicity it didn't stop the braver members of the group (myself included) holding the scorpion in the palm of their hands. The tour guide held the scorpion by the stinger and flicked it onto our open hands. The idea was to remain completely still so the blind scorpion would think we are a flat object not a threat. It all sounded ok in theory but was a lot more scary in practise. One wrong move and the scorpion could stab my hand meaning a ...
... all the must see places in Cameron Highlands. Ray Garcia was the one who sold us our tour and who would be our tour guide. He was a very odd Malaysian. Very well spoken in English and Spanish, wearing a nice watch and good clothes. He talked the talk and sold us the tour straight away. I was looking forward to him showing us around tomorrow. After some shopping and exploring we took a family nap as ...