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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Pelangi Muar
Travel Blogs from Muar
... sure whether to take them or not but I did and they certainly helped. Then I had to decide whether to go to the Port and hope I was ok or stay another night at the hotel and risk not being able to get the van for a few more days. I decided to go. The whole process wasn't too hard but took most of the day. We had to wait for Customs to cut the lock off and then we were able to take her out. She started ...
... market, and grab a bite to eat. Walked into town along Jalan bunga raya over the bridge into Chinatown and the madness of Jonker street, Chinese people crammed in selling Chinese tit tat and lots of hawker stalls selling weird and wonderful food, fried quails eggs, funny looking omelettes, crisps on skewers and smelly durian fruit, we decided to give the durian a go, despite the foul smell it tasted ...
... and shops to look around. So we fill our time with window shopping and eating (of course!). It rains pretty much all night and on and off during the day time, this makes our room damp and all of our clothes too. On our first night we visit Pak Putra, an Indian restaurant which was given a great review on a website, so we thought we should check it out. The food is amazing! It has to be the best curry we've ever eaten, the naan bread is delicious! We visit ...
... it transpired that the bus services have all been taken out of town and into a purpose built, huge new bus station, so I bundled across the road and jumped onto yet another stupidly cheap train, finally arriving at the bus station after one or two nervous moments when I thought I had got onto the wrong one.
The bus station itself is wonderful; it’s like an airport in the way it’s laid out. You buy your ...
... romantic city on the southwest coast of Malaysia that was originally settled by the Dutch, then Portugese, then the British, then the Japanese, then the British again, and now owned outright by the Malaysians. It's a really nice place and the architecture of all the previous years (and rulers) is everywhere.
The day did clear up, almost right after we checked in (as it does in this season), and so we were off. We checked out the town square and fountain, ...