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Eventually after quite a few attempts and swapping cameras with people we got some ...
... journey from Northeastern Malaysia. There are two main islands - Pulau Perhentian Kecil ('Small Perhentian Island') and Pulau Perhentian Besar ('Large Perhentian Island). Kecil attracts the backpacker sort and has friendlier accomodation prices, Besar on the other hand draws in families and is a little dearer.
It was a particularly bumpy two hour boat ride to Pulau Perhentian Kecil despite calm waters. So do be prepared if ...
... early at the airport. I could not check in for a while so I walked around the airport for 10mn! I needed some cash and went to the bank machine....it could only give me a certain amount before it told me that it could no longer dispence money, PANIC!!! On Borneo Island, atms are rare and it is best to have cash. So, I tried with a couple of other cards and got a small amount each time. It was a bit stressful but it was ok, I had enough.
My flight to Tawau was easy, arriving ...
... hard rock cafe for drinks and to listen to the band play. The band was pretty good, we had a couple of beer towers a bit of dancing. Great night! But then it was time to leave Malaysia again. I was heading to Bali to meet Kirsty and Eli for Eli's birthday. I had a fantastic time in Georgetown, the street art is fantastic and there is so much going on, I could easily have stayed longer. Despite not being a fan of the food, Malaysia is definitely somewhere I want to go back to ...
... just across the river, promise this to be an exciting place to visit.
Taman Negara is Malaysian for 'national park'. So, I guess, Taman Negara National Park is 'National Park National Park'? Many things here in Malaysia are written in the local language first and then in English. But, often with the British spelling of English.
The park covers parts of three states in Peninsualar Malayasia. It is about 250 km from KL and 580 km from Singapore.