Hotel Fuliyean

Address: No. 14 Jalan Barrack, Taiping, Perak, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No. 14 Jalan Barrack, Taiping.
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        Travel Blogs from Taiping

        Family celebrations

        A travel blog entry by junipops on Jul 07, 2013

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        ... Dad was the MC for the night and got his friends to throw the toast. During the night we had poured our champagne into the tower of glasses, did our own speeches and toast, then winded our way through the tables to thank guests again The next day after the wedding, sis was our Malaysian "professional" photographer who offered to come to the stinking heat outside and take some worthwhile photos around the lake. Lunch the ...

        Perhentian island

        A travel blog entry by christabelgreen on Jun 14, 2013

        ... try and get one for koh tao where the marine life is also incredible apparently! in the evening we saw this fire dancing thing on the beach, they were like throwing all these firesticks around, looked pretty dangerous! then we caught the ferry back the next morning! a whirlwind trip but although the island was amazing i think we got alot out of only being there one full day as its ...

        Thailand part 2

        A travel blog entry by jamesandbex on Mar 01, 2013

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        ... the need to throw up my malaria tablet that I stupidly took before eating. There have been of course many things that have almost incurred vomit on this trip the worst before this day was in Pattaya. Our only and biggest destination mistake so far. After heading out of Cambodia back into Thailand I suggested we went to this beach town south of Bangkok to avoid having to go to the Capitol again. A plan that would later on in our hast back fire as we leave in a over priced taxi ...

        Volunteer work on a permaculture farm

        A travel blog entry by kabouterjulchen on Feb 13, 2013

        ... explanations.When I ask a additional question, we received short harsh answers and also when we started a task he got in between it and did it himself giving us the feeling that we are not doing it the ‘right way’.Then all of a sudden he left the stall without saying anything and we didn’t know if we were finished already or not.

        We decided that enough is enough and that we would not stay for the night. As we told the guy he told us that we ...

        Lychee beer, forts and lotus flower shoes

        A travel blog entry by dawn_and_andy on Apr 18, 2012

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        ... When we arrived we had no accommodation prebooked so set off on finding some, it didn't take us long and we soon found somewhere to stay so then we headed off to investigate. We walked along the coast and saw what little Penang had for a beach and then came across fort Cornwallis. We paid very little to go an explore the fort and there was alot of history to see and read about. We stayed there for about an hour ...