Colmar Tropicale, Berjaya Hills - Malaysia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- 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 …
... and the skill and use of natural materials found in the jungle is impressive. The blowpipe is huge – maybe a metre long – and seems to be very accurate in the hands of an expert. We all get a go too, and realise it can be very accurate in the hands of an amateur too when a few of us manage to score a bullseye by hitting the toy parrot from a distance of around 25m! We wander round the village for a short while, but it’s quite small ...
... Besides that, there are just a few other options or if you want to splurge you can go to the other side of the island to the restaurant of Mutiara Taman Negara Resort.
Nightlife & Drinking
There is basically no nightlife because they don’t sell alcohol, so itīs just a few people together playing some music. The only place which sells some drinks is Mutiara Taman Negara Resort but it charges RM 9 for local beer and RM 11 for imported beer. Try ...
... jungle. Here we paid our national park fees and made a trip to the ATM machine to grab some cash as there are no such facilities in the jungle. From here the way into the jungle was by boat. Not just any boat though. The most rickety unsafe boat ever. It was a long boat separated into compartments for 2 people. You sat on pillows on the bottom of the boat which didn't supply much comfort. The edge of the boat sat only an inch over the surrounding surface meaning ...
... different types of noodle, a selection of meats and fishes and platefuls of vegetables. All of this was thrown in and then hooked out with our chopsticks once cooked. The more food that went in the more flavoursome the soup became. The meal was long, mainly due to us all having to use chop sticks. I am now a big fan of the steamboat. It was the perfect end to a great day travelling. Tomorrow we are moving on from Cameron Highlands into the jungle of Taman Negara. I'll let you know how it ...