Hotel Seri Malaysia

Address: 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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    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 ...

    Perhentian island

    A travel blog entry by christabelgreen on Jun 14, 2013

    ... and also very expensive, sometimes nearing english prices!! back in penang tom catch our flight to ko samui tomorrow, which i think maybe wont be as unspoilt! unsure of our plans from there, though we are getting to koh phagnan for the 23rd, for the full moon party which im so excited for! we have alot of amazing stuff about cambodia from fellow travellers so considering fitting that ...

    Thailand part 2

    A travel blog entry by jamesandbex on Mar 01, 2013

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    ... to catch a bus to the Thai island of Koh pha ngan. Its not that Pattaya is the worst place in the world a wet day in the ghettos of Slough will give it a run for its money it has more to do with the fact it's costing us seventy pounds a day to exist there. Firstly there's no buses, tuk tuks and only the occasion overly expensive taxi to deal with. Secondly the smell. Open sewers expose the truth of this town what it lacks in class it makes up for in stench the kind of smell ...

    Volunteer work on a permaculture farm

    A travel blog entry by kabouterjulchen on Feb 13, 2013

    ... they say that the farm is a place to learn from each other. In my opinion for learning you need time, compassion and patience.

    After the talking we decided to at least work a bit and see what will happen next, wait and give it another try. As we started work, we got short explanations like: we need to rake dried weeds for making coal, cut some other weeds to make food for the animals and weed one flowerbed. When we were at the stalls with the animals, ...

    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 ...