Hotel Sri Pelangi

Address: 1st Mile Jalan Bulon Kasap, Johor, 85000, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1st Mile Jalan Bulon Kasap, Johor.
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Back to Melaka

A travel blog entry by new_lands on Feb 28, 2014

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... night accommodation with facilities again although this time I ended up with the dreaded 'bed bugs’ having a feast on my skin overnight, oh well not a lot I could do about it.

On my return to Melaka I paid Joe ...

Family Time

A travel blog entry by kristianmoua on Mar 27, 2013

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... Chinese masseuse didn't speak a lick of english and used hand signals to communicate, it was quite funny. I never been so pampered in my life. We then headed home to some R & R. for Roger's arrival from work so we could like dinner. We went to a Malay and Chinese Hawker Food Stand which in my opinion is the best kind of food in this part of the world. Again, Roger did all the ordering since I didn't know what was ...

I'm sorry....How much for a beer?

A travel blog entry by ryan_and_paula on Feb 20, 2011

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... on the edge of Little India....a nice place I thought with decent food and rooms and close to a MRT station. The rail system in Singapore is very similar to that of Hong Kong and is equally as efficient and cheap. It is so easy to explore the city on it.....alcohol is expensive here too!!! But it’s a really clean city....well it should be considering there’s a fine for everything, smoking, spitting, eating in ...

Mirage Welcome: Pulau Besar

A travel blog entry by vriversbo on Mar 30, 2010

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... friendly but the resort itself seemed a bit stuffy for students and the nuisance of ordering our dinner three hours in advance didn't help the matter. We decided that we would enjoy our night there but if we saw another place that caught our eye, we could check it out.

After an enjoyable dinner, we set off down the short "road" to explore the rest of the island. When we reached the end, we found ourselves standing in front of Mirage ...

Tioman ... lunch time tragedy!

A travel blog entry by hsip_15 on Oct 15, 2007

... if he thinks that the life jackets would be enough for all of us. My dad said no. The girl at the snorkelling equipment counter told me that the Seagull ferry that was involved in the fire was already too old and for the sake of saving cost and making profit, they continued using the ferry. She said that luckily we were on the new Bluewater ferry and not Seagull. When we were on the island, we heard alot from the operators there. Most of us ...