Harbour View Hotel

Lot 13&14, Jalan Titi Paniang, Lumut, Perak, 32200, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Lot 13&14, Jalan Titi Paniang, Lumut.
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Travel Blogs from Lumut

Day 5 - KL to Pangkor Island

A travel blog entry by kriso80 on Feb 09, 2014

1 comment

... persistent little men with clip boards stood in my way, and paid my 27 ringgit (5 pounds), not bad for 270km.

Made it to Lumut and headed straight for the jetty to get the ferry as it was 8pm by now and dark. I've since learnt by way of my insightful sister in-law, that Lumut is good for trekking, but you also need to watch out for monkeys as they steal bicycles, yes bicycles, hilarious! Bumped into the only two other backpackers around who asked me the very thing I ...

Sunny Pangkor Island

A travel blog entry by lostinasia on Jan 28, 2012

... on the is;and with a bunch of Finnish software developers on a daytrip from Lumut. Got off at Nippah beach the backpacker scene and wandered round for ages trying to find a cheap room there were some really cool A frame bungalows but it would have been out of my price range but I got my own place at D'lima which was nice after the dorm in KL. Dumped my bags and went for a swim out to ...

Swimming, sleeping and the rub down

A travel blog entry by stephen.perry on Aug 15, 2011

5 comments, 21 photos

... for another 1hr, then decided to go book a massage (selected their signature one back and foot with some smelly stuff they burn or rub on me ... couldnt work out what she was saying..will find out at 3pm)

Alrighty then... I'm back from the spa/massage....FRIKEN UNREAL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Went for 2hrs 10mins, hot tub for 15mins (and it was HOT!) think I came out a few kgs less. Then the full body massage, a ...

History and Sweat

A travel blog entry by jstright on Mar 24, 2011

7 comments, 4 photos

... walkway and go up the ramp. You use change to pay for this ferry, it's more conventional the the other boats, with cars driving on the bottom and people sitting on the top. The seats were all facing backwards, so I was trying to figure out how I wouldn't get motion sick, then I saw a guy just push the backrest the other way. They are bi-directional! Sweet! And so simple. Away we go.
I had briefly looked at a map on the back of a business card the old people had so o had ...

Happy New Year

A travel blog entry by vanessaanddan on Dec 28, 2010

20 photos

... the bus eventually left at 10.00am and after going all over the place and stopping in KL and Ipoh (so much for getting the direct bus) we eventually arrived at Lumut at 7.25pm. We were beginning to worry that we may miss the last ferry but luckily we got talking to a Dutch guy on the bus who by coincidence hosted a website on Pangkor so he told us that they were running until 9.30pm this week which was good as it meant we didn't have to spend a night in Lumut. After a ...

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