Jerantut Hill Resort

Address: Lot 1284, PO Box 14, Jalan Benta, Jerantut, Pahang, 27000, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Lot 1284, PO Box 14, Jalan Benta, Jerantut.
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      Travel Blogs from Jerantut

      Spa bliss, Petrona Towers & the oldest rainforest

      A travel blog entry by suus.kuijer on Sep 28, 2014

      17 photos

      ... reach the tea plantations which has beautiful endless green slopes with the tea plants growing on them. That’s more like it! We did a tour of the tea plantations but we also really enjoyed our hotel in the evenings. They had an amazing spa with girls from Bali and we also had a great Japanese dining experience whereby you pick and cook your own food and boil it in a large pan on your dining table. Delicious! (see photo).


      Searching for fish and chips

      A travel blog entry by murrayf on Jul 29, 2014

      7 photos

      We are falling into a pattern: the kids wake up at 8 and sneak out to the veranda to play on the iPad. We surface at 9 and drink enough tea and coffee to wake up before thinking about breakfast, then a swim, then it is 11 and we think of something to do.

      Today it was Tanjung Rhu where there is a nice beach, but more importantly a fish and chip shop.

      No-one is particularly keen on fish and chips except Dad, but sometimes the family humours him, so off we ...

      Diving, Snorkelling, Beach, Tropical Storms...!!!

      A travel blog entry by nomad82 on Jun 25, 2014

      ... especially the home made snacks at 4pm. What really shocked me about this place is that in between the beautiful resorts lies some very poor villages. These people in these villages are called: "sea gypsies", they do not belong to Malaysia and move around the seas as they need. Although they have now established home on this island, they are still considered gypsies of the seas which means they do not get help from the government. I went to visit the village, and I have never seen ...

      The SEMOA Malaysia Easter Follow-up Deployment

      A travel blog entry by nsevers on Apr 19, 2014

      1 comment, 74 photos

      ... learning opportunities for the children there.

      Another day, another deployment.... The third site this trip was with the Semelai people at Kampung Bukit Rok. This was the first time that these kids ever laid their little hands on the XO laptops. It was a very interesting experience to witness how kids react and learn from the XO laptops.

      The last day was to be busy too. "While we have finished all 3 site visits, the work is ...

      Day 16 - The 6 hour drive...

      A travel blog entry by gab4ever on Mar 14, 2014

      ... 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 ...