Fishing Bay Resort

Address: Mersing, Johor, Malaysia | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Mersing


    A travel blog entry by joshandjenn on Apr 23, 2015

    ... There is Internet, an English movie channel and air conditioning in the room so we are happy to spend the afternoon relaxing. Later on we discover something even better. Mersing has a Pizza Hut! After 8 days of local food we can't wait for a bit of Werstern influence. We get very lost trying to find it, so if you do find yourself in Mersing do ...


    A travel blog entry by msenior1990 on Sep 28, 2014

    ... and a rafflesia which is the worlds biggest flower. Some wide life living there, though very well hidden are tigers, elephants and rhinos. I plan to do a canopy walk then a treck the following day. To get there first, we landed off the boat at 12 and there was no bus to get us half way until 8pm. Mersing is a bit of a hole so between us we are splitting a £36 taxi (3hour drive) ...

    Dirty Dishes and Hollywood Stars

    A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Aug 15, 2013

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    ... movie being shot which was pretty cool. Some of the actors were more revered amongst the crew than others, whenever anyone mentioned Ethen Peck, he was referred to as ‘Gregory Peck’s grandson’, hah hah. The actors and crew were all so nice to us and made our stay a lot more bearable but sadly we arrived just as they were wrapping up the film so only had a week with everyone. Call me star struck but I quite liked chatting with the actors and ...

    Pulau Rawa

    A travel blog entry by greenfamily on Sep 12, 2012

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    ... as entering Malaysia. No checks, no scans, you just hand the passports out the window, they are stamped, handed back and off you go! There was one line with a sign that said "reject cars", but we sailed past that so all was well!

    Driving across the causeway in to Malaysia was a real eye opener. The difference was instant and complete. There were literally hundreds of motorbikes, a train clattered past belching black smoke, ...

    About Packing and Fishing

    A travel blog entry by kevandhazel on Aug 21, 2012

    9 photos

    ... You can (and need to) fit your necessities in a back pack.... which is a fascinating concept (Hazel would call it scary). The below pic shoes Kevin's planned packing for the trip. Hazel's will be similar but must contain a hair-dryer ;).

    So, one more BBQ is waiting and then in a few days it's time to say good-bye Singapore (at least for now).

    Stay tuned
    Kevin (and Hazel who is having ...