Hotel Seri Malaysia

4 Jalan Sultan Mansor, Taiping, Perak, 34000, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 4 Jalan Sultan Mansor, 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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    Taiping: We stayed at Flemington hotel overlooking the lake gardens. This was the first time all of us including Gran were in Malaysia together (since I was 3 anyway)! Had a tea ceremony at my grandparents, where we exchanged tea with them and in return received jewellery ;) Went out with the grandparents for lunch to have satay, char Siew fun and char kueh teow. Grandad then also took me to find a 4GB SD card for RM25! Hub ...

    White Coffee, Chocolate and Nassi Goreing!

    A travel blog entry by scotbig2 on May 30, 2013

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    ... the Orient".

    We were up at 05:30 and finished reading the beautiful book "Beneath the Marble Sky". A lovely book about India and we had just been there so it was very exciting for me to read it...about the Taj Mahal being built and why and who it involved. Loved it.

    Walked off the ship to the terminal and had to walk up a bunch of steps...groan! Found a cabby for $50. we got a 4 hour tour of Penang.
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    Thailand part 2

    A travel blog entry by jamesandbex on Mar 01, 2013

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    ... through only your mouth does nothing to take away the wish to die. As I rush back into the ticket office looking desperately for a toilet I'm left thinking that maybe this was not meant to be the day to change everything. I wonder how sick I would need to be to be excused from the snorkelling trip to the islands around Phi Phi. I head back down to where Rebecca is sitting and tell her about the last sixty seconds to which I am told "maybe you would feel better if you ate ...

    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 ...

    KL and onwards

    A travel blog entry by davidandmarjory on Dec 08, 2011

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    ... Cameron Highlands are certainly an impressive range of very green forest/mountains and extensive agriculture and tea plantations but the northern part is over commercialised. The biggest acreage of crops seem to be strawberries and the towns offered the chance to buy large plastic and blow up strawberries and every / any other conceivable strawberry souvenir ..... we did not feel the need to buy! The southern area is far more locally ...