Grand Continental Kuantan
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... favorably with other similar places in terms of being inundated by Chinese and Californians in shorts carrying large cameras. Here, you can still see a relatively basic Malaysian city that is not LA.
We took our tour bus through the city, visiting (by this, I mean driving by) the Majestic Masjid Negeri, the State Mosque. We “drove by” because it was Friday. Friday is the Muslim holy day, so instead of the typical one hour lunch break, many, ...
... and how to use his hunting weapon. The overall vibe was a happy one they were proud to show tourists theory way of living. This camp may only last a few more years, they have been here 2 but when one of the members is to pass away they will move on. They can one day return. I took on a lot from this visit, even just simply watching how frightened they were of thunder, no sense of reality, no education, they don't even know their age, the date or ...
... through those roads...it was just too scary. The worst part was the diesel indicator started flashing and this added on to our stressful journey.
We reached Genting Sempah...finally, civilization! The mean monster needed diesel badly and we had to make a u-turn to head to the Petronas over there. From there Kuantan was another 260KM away...still a long way to go.
We finally reached Kuantan ...
... and then after lunch we head off on a small boat cruise with the French couple. We start out across the lakes and then travel up a small tributary. Then we see the most amazing thing ever! Two hornbill birds, they are SO close! Massive birds and they are not scared of us so we watch them for a while. We then continue on ducking under the low branches, it's quite fun. Then we stop and the guide who doesn't speak ...
... how the bus driver managed to rectify the situation and we were off again chugging up the hill at 0mph. When we eventually arrived at Chearting most of the people had got off the bus and there was only a few of us left.
We found the road to our chalet easy enough and arrived at Payung guesthouse. What lovely little wooden chalets they were in a pretty garden with these really cute cats with the fluffiest tails ever. The man at reception was very helpful and gave ...