Jerantut Hill Resort
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... we stayed was really small surrounded by sea or jungle and the other parts of the Island were accessible only by boat so we stayed put. There were a few nice restaurants overlooking the water and there was one duty free shop that sold alcohol for the whole area so the restaurants and bars were all 'bring your own'. It was strange walking into a bar or restaurant with a bag full of cans but it worked. We came ...
NIGHTLIFE: The party scene is very laid-back, more 'relaxed' then 'rave'. WIth it being the first night we forgot about the mild sunstroke, komodo dragons and lethargicness and headed to the beachfront (a mere 20km away) raring to go for a big first night out, We were mildly disappointed not to see strobelights and DJs on podiums, but the relaxed nightlife reflects scenery - calming and understated.
April 18, 2009
... will hurt! I saw many of these, they are really pretty fish, just need to keep your distance and you will be alright. I saw some eels, turtles, trumpet fish, etc. The water is really warm too.
The resort is nice, it is really for diving so perhaps do not come here if you just want to bathe in the sun because the beach is not that pretty. However, if you want to snorkel and/or dive, this is the spot. The fee includes all the meals (all you can eat) and it is generally ...
... kindly instructed by the employees and I drove through Ipoh, KL, Temerloh and up to Jerantut. The car rental guy said it would take at least 10h through the old road (which is shorter in distance), so decided to take the 'longer' but quicker road.
I really liked it and I'm really happy I got a chance to do this. I am in Jerantut right now, a small town close to the Kuala Tembling Jetty. I will ...
... an information board. The plank walkway leads into the jungle. I have arrived at the park early in the day, in hopes of seeing jungle wildlife while it is quiet and before the crowds start to arrive. I walk quietly along the walkway, hoping to spot wildlife, but I don't see any. The rainforest scenery is great just the same.
My first goal today is to walk the man-made canopy walkway. The canopy walk is the world's longest walkway. It is over 500m long. It is ...