Jerejak Rainforest Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Jerejak Rainforest Resort Bayan Lepas
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... narrow wooden section that led to a temple and further jetty. There were some photographers taking I think wedding photos so I squeezed past and made my way along the long jetty leaving Tim behind and have to say there were a couple of times I was a little worried about the solidness of the jetty. After leaving the jetties we headed back inland towards home passed the Acheen street Mosque. it was closed but we walked around the outside of ...
... hear this one out. Of course it may turn into a rant, excuse me if it does.
Where should I begin, oh of course check-in. First only one room instead of two, eventually a second, but it was not non-smoking. No water pressure in shower, bathtub had seen better days (like before Genghis Kahn), plumbing for the toilet and bidet did not work, no towels, two of the three elevators did not work (being on the 29th floor was a huge ...
... to draw out some cash when I found out that my card (my only source of money out here) had been barred because I didn't say I was travelling to malaysia. On top of this, it's public holiday out here so there was nobody on any cashier desks at the bank. Fortunately there was a free phone there with a hotline to HSBC. I got on the phone and an hour and a half later (I spent so long on hold ...
... a nice top. The stop itself turned out to take longer than first thought as we encountered some issues around what size of clothes is needed. We were also hoping to find somewhere to have lunch, however this part of the mission failed miserably and we didn’t really get anything to eat until we returned to the ship.
Purchases in hand we headed to our next temple, Wat Chayamangalaram. This temple features the world’s fourth ...
... party and to come on a hike with them - if that doesn't make a person feel welcome, I don't know what will. Also, in my first night I ate at a food stall and spent an hour talking to two 70 year old, cigar smoking and whiskey drinking Malaysian men who gave me tips on what other places and cities to visit. Now when I walk down the street they never neglect to call ('Lisaaaaaa') and wave haha. I think I'll stay here for a few more days :) Pictures ...