Fair Park Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to try hard to avoid anything slightly western, as this town has NOTHING!. As we walked around, almost everything was closed. We passed a few restaurants that I had read about.. people saying that they were really great and authentic, but they all had their shutters down. We ended up at a local 'restaurant' 3 doors down from our hotel, where we pointed at some pictures on their cantonese menu, not really knowing what anything was. It ended up being 1 big plate of saucy ...
... huge jungle. A local tribe will locate the latest bloomed flower and let our tour guide know but to the rest of the population this is unknown and protected land. Interestingly the tribe will make use of the flower for medicine mainly to aid weightless for new mothers. Saw many more bugs, including the leech that had a to on my foot. It was rewarding to do I some heavy exercise and something out of my travel comfort zone. So the Cameron highlands it's famous for its own branded ...
... or a more expensive taxi. I grabbed some Chicken Rice from the place across the road from my hotel (which is apparently very famous in Ipoh) to takeaway and eat at the Terminal and headed for the bus stop. In the end it turned out to be a taxi as the bus never came in the time I was waiting. After arriving at Amanjaya I ate my Chicken Rice lunch, grabbed some cold drinks and waited for my bus number to be called. Soon enough I would be on my way back to Kuala Lumpur and the big ...
... a couple minute break at the peak and then made our way back down the same trail. Once we were back in town we came across an Indian restaurant so we stopped in for a yummy lunch. We then stopped in at a few travel agents and the bus station to figure out what time we wanted to head out of town on Friday. Then it was back to the hotel to clean up, pack our things and relax for the night.
Our long journey into Thailand coming up next.
... we don't have to suffer from any bumpy roads and we can quietly work on our articles with respect to the fact that most train journeys are pretty long. What's more the price was very reasonable - BHT 300 per person. Our train departed from Hat Yai at 16.00 and arrived in Ipoh, the third biggest city of Malaysia, at 2.45. We managed to cross the borders between Thailand and Malaysia at about 17.00. In the end everything worked out perfectly.
The only bad thing was that ...