Hotel UiTM Dungun
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... lesson in Southeast Asian culture began. The very orderly efficient manner of being we were used to dissolved immediately. Lines that made no sense, masses of people flowing in every direction and no apparent rhyme or reason to it all, somehow led us to our flight on time. Of course, without knowing it, I practiced something that is a way of life in Malaysia - assertiveness bordering on rudeness! It is sometimes necessary for simple survival I have come to learn. After a ...
... was very little to do, which may be ideal for some. The beaches are really lovely and the sand is much more powdery than the Perhentians, but the water doesn't offer anything special as there is little coral left.
I also think their attitude towards conservation is non-existent here, as boats crash through the coral and rocks to deposit visitors at their chosen destination/beach.
We found turtle tracks on a couple of the ...
... Staying on Long Beach Kecil the smaller of the two islands. Stayed at Matahari stayed in air con room first night then changed in the morning to a bungalow chalet, first cost 110 ringit then the chalet was 65 not very nice. Had dinner at Ewans half way between long beach and coral bay was **** so then went and had a sandwich at long beach. Very noisy in the room first ...
... and this involved eating lots of spaghetti Bolognese (for days!) and on Khalid’s birthday Natasha made an awesome chocolate birthday cake – they really appreciate the home comforts we all miss on Kapas! The tourists were generally European, with a few interesting Aussies/Kiwis thrown into the mix. With the exception of one bizarre German we nicknamed the Space Cadet, everyone who made it to the island was friendly and interesting, and we met the best people there. ...
... just jungle, clear sea, white sand, scorching sun and fish. The beauty of KBC was the people.
Now its too hard to explain what we did every day for 14 days but I can let you know about the people we met and the fun we had so that’s what I will try and do.
Firstly we met Ciaran and Claire an English couple on a 2 week holiday in Malaysia - good choice. Ciaran taught us how to play back gammon which we then played every day until we left, so a big thank you is needed ...