Juita Premier Hotel

PT60 Jalan Pintu Pong, Kota Bharu, Kelantan, 15000, Malaysia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kota Bharu

Discover our new terminus

A travel blog entry by nickske2


... products we are used to in our home country. Although we like the local culture and gastronomy, sometimes the nostalgic tastes are stronger (ex. croissant, pain au chocolat, real French fries, durum/pitta, ...) There is a whole new world to discover, especially for the kids, so if you are curious too...just follow the pictures and don't hesitate to leave your comments. Salamat ...

Eating during Ramadan

A travel blog entry by tiggerbird


... fact, the only handicraft experience at this time of year is the handicraft museum, but I was extremely disappointed with this.

As with a few places that we have visited during the month of Ramadan, I would like to return and see Kota Bharu after Hari Raya is over as I am sure the experience would be a very different one. It's a bit far away from everywhere else for us to make a third visit on this trip, but it's worth considering if you are planning a trip in Malaysia.


All creatures great and small

A travel blog entry by danarol


... wood, holes in the walls and floor, no lock on the door, grubby bathroom, the list could go on - but the most important thing was the view from our balcony - it was stunning and come sunset it was serene. Our first hour or so unpacking a few things as we would be staying four nights was eventful for two reasons. Firstly Caz cut her head open on the sharp metal hinge that was used to attach the padlock to the door. Blood was dribbling down her head but thankfully the cut ...

What a difference a day makes...

A travel blog entry by eastin80


... is the lack of hassling. In Vietnam, Thailand or Indonesia you can almost guarantee that you will have several unneeded goods thrust upon you and will be made to feel like a heartless and filthy rich colonialist for not buying that pack of 100 postcards circa 1976, several packets of pocket tissues, horrendously ugly hair decorations etc. Malaysia however has almost none of that and therefore I was quite taken aback when in KLCC (major and upmarket shopping mall ...

Friendly Locals and an Over-Friendly Local

A travel blog entry by calumhill


... the bus at the correct junction I found a sign pointing to Wat Phothivihan, my first planned destination. The distance read 3.5km. To make sure I was heading in right direction I asked a group of locals at a stall on the junction. Only one spoke any English but he offered to drive me there as he was on his way to his friend’s house, which was just past the temple.

Getting to the first temple was thus quite easy. Wat Phothivihan is the ...


This hotel, located on PT60 Jalan Pintu Pong, Kota Bharu, is near Temenggor Lake.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Juita Premier Hotel Kota Bharu

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