Lipis Plaza Hotel

Lot 6, Kompleks Taipan, Kuala Lipis, Pahang, 27200, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Lot 6, Kompleks Taipan, Kuala Lipis, is near Kuala Selangor Nature Park (Taman Alam Kuala Selangor).
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    Travel Blogs from Kuala Lipis

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

    A travel blog entry by nomad82 on Jun 25, 2014

    ... conservation park (small bear) and then relaxed by the pool in the afternoon.

    From Sandakan, I flew to Kuala Lumpur for the night, I stayed at "Backhome" hostel near chinatown, let me tell you. The hostel was nice and my dorm as well but I did not feel safe walking out of the hostel. The staff told me that after 10pm it is not safe. It was 8pm, I went out to get something to eat. There were many men lurking around and staring at me. I turned the corner, saw a McDonald, ...

    Malaysia: Shopping, Turtle time, and Great food!!

    A travel blog entry by shandieco on Apr 23, 2014

    136 photos

    ... Yummers! We finished our last day in Penang by hiring a driver to take us around Georgetown and to some sights a bit farther. We did a street art tour then visited the impressive Kek Lok Si Buddhist temple, and finally onto the Thai and Myanmar Buddhist temples (and of course another food hawker center for lunch)!

    The culture and culinary delights of Penang were the perfect cap to our wonderful visit to Malaysia. The next morning we flew off to Bali, ...

    Death in the Jungle (Malaysia)

    A travel blog entry by usatexan on Mar 10, 2014

    34 photos

    ... to a different location in the jungle. The huts are left intact. They just take their personal belongings when they move.

    There are a couple of reasons for the move. One reason is when the crops they plant are not producing as well, they move to give the land a chance to rest. Or, if the hunting is no longer good, they move for better game. In these cases, they will return to the village a few years later to live.

    The other reason they move is when ...

    Nae wey ah Malaysia man noo

    A travel blog entry by chico14 on Feb 14, 2014

    11 comments, 5 photos

    ... going to take some beating but it turns out Langkawi has a couple of gems of its own. There are a number of wildlife attractions, including a crocodile farm, snake farm and buffalo park, but I decided on Underwater World. What I liked most about this place is the blatant racism, it costs more to get in if you're foreign - brilliant! The world itself is good, if not great. They do have a wide variety of sea-life on display, the split level ...

    Penang I

    A travel blog entry by henryghevans on Jan 23, 2014

    ... The place is named after Sir William Cameron, who I believe I remember reading is related to the PM. To summarise briefly, we spent a day and a half here, during which we visited two tea plantations (and a factory where tea is processed), a butterfly farm (dad would have enjoyed this, there were a huge number of massive butterflies; will show pictures when I can), a strawberry farm, a bee farm, a Buddhist temple in ...