Grand Kampar Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... the surrounding valleys. Thankfully the way down was much easier! I think Adam found the way up easier with his long legs he was better able to climb up the sleep slopes. On the way down I found it easier though scrambling around the roots and under the trees as I am closer to the ground. At the peak we met another couple of people who where ...
... a spill down one of the embankments. Arrived in Tanah Rata the main town of three settlements in the highlands. For the rest of the day we plan to explore and find a couple of walks to do tomorrow. This area is famous for its fresh fruit and there are lots of strawberry plantations around. Adam even got to have English cream ...
... regularly, he told us about the medicinal properties of plants and fungi alike and pointed out some insect life that we might otherwise have missed. After about half an hour, the trail revealed its challenging side. It was tough going as we clambered up the very steep staircase of roots. We were both huffing and puffing and haven't decided yet whether we're going to blame our sore legs from Thursday or the altitude. We reached the cloud ...
... has several types of accommodation and a very nice bar with a pool table and its own fireplace. This is during the evening more than welcome as temperatures drop below 10 degrees celsius. We did a though hiking trail of over 10 kilometers through thick jungle and mountains. We met lots of other Dutch people during this hike which we eventually would see a few more times during our journey. Along the way Carina Pfeiffer joined our hike. She was a nice ...
... In Brinchang, we stopped off for lunch at a Chinese vegetarian fast food place. The guy working there was very happy and seemed to generally love life. After this, we made our way up hill again towards the Time Tunnel museum. This was a surreal but very enjoyable experience. The museum has a small local history element. The most important thing to take away from this part is that 100 years ago, the Cameron Highlands was completely undeveloped ...