Grand Kampar Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Up early for our pick up to take us to the bus station to leave at 8am. Had a lovely big bus with large seats which were really rather comfy. The journey was 5 hours long but didn't feel to bad as we slept for some of it. Roads were a bit bumpy once you got to the highlands and the roads quite steep. We wen saw a lorry that ...
... did tea factory tours or we would have done that too.
There is also a lot of strawberries and vegetables grown in this area. In some places the veges were growing right on the side of the road and in other places, in giant shade houses.
There is a lot of development in the area as there seems to be everywhere in Malaysia. Unfortunately, this has caused a lot of erosion and damage.
... 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 ...
... An ethnic Chinese local, who lives in Tanah Rata, explained to us that it was a splendid sight when it was first built. It still looks fantastic but is in need of a lick of paint here and there. It is very spacious inside and has windows all the way around, making it very light. The view out of the left hand side was strangely familiar. It seemed odd to be looking out of a huge Hindu temple onto a golf course that could well have been in ...