Hotel Lotte

97 Jalan Dato Onn Jaafar, Ipoh, Perak, 30300, Malaysia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ipoh

A rainforest adventure

A travel blog entry by rednosefg


... and an eggplant crop field. I found a mountain shower (aka a small waterfall) to wash my slippery, mudded flip flops so that I could finally stop walking barefooted. Now we had another problem. Yes, we were out of the rainforest, but we had no idea where we were or which direction the main road was. The Lonely Planet guide had covered this part of the map with a photo. We took a logical guess and kept walking, passed empty houses with only stray dogs as residents, and finally met ...

A 'sick' day on the rapids!

A travel blog entry by serenaandterry


... rafting as Serena could not speak and felt even more rough than the night before (thanks Terry). We decided to have a much deserved pyjama day watching movies and sleeping lots! We popped out momentarily for lunch and dinner and a supermarket (where Serena found 4 pound straighteners and glue to fix her dead flip flops - her hooves won't fit in little Asian shoes!!) but spent the rest of the day in bed enjoying our chocolate we bought to make ourselves feel better! ...

Cameron Highlands

A travel blog entry by terryandlauren


... his seat back onto my knee caps and I'm furious, cussing the idiot who then leans forward to throw up in a plastic bag. (how the hocking sound makes you want to hock yourself) (sorry for all the sick talk!) I change seats and the rest of the ride is relaxed.
We arrive at Georgetown, Penang. Penang-which is the city and the state (which I can't get my head around) and Georgetown which is the UNESCO heritage site within Penang. Confused?...we are both!!

Fancy A Brew?

A travel blog entry by rhodri27


... and had a coffee in Starbucks, what a poof I know but it was somewhere to shelter from the rain and they had free wifi so I killed a few hours in there rather than sitting in my room like a recluse.

I left around 9pm and went back to the hostel to get some kip as I had planned to visit the Boh Tea plantation the next day. The hostel offered tours there for a price of 40 Ringgit (8) for half a day tour but I got the local bus and did It myself instead which cost 4 ...

Tour around Cameron Highlands

A travel blog entry by davidneideck


There are a few attractions for which CH is well known and it attracts day trippers and visitors by thousands. Rain forest - but we have done that already. Tea plantations is to Cameron as what wineries are to the Hunter Valley, due to the cooler climate, acidic soils and rainfall. We inspected the BOH plantation, a major brand name since 1929, ...


This hotel, located on 97 Jalan Dato Onn Jaafar, Ipoh, is near Gua Tempurong and Darul Ridzuan Museum.
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