Lipis Plaza Hotel
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... We only stayed one night in Penang, one of the more touristic areas in Malaysia. Due to bad weather (it's the start of the rain season) we just chilled near the hotel to get ready for the next flight to Bangkok! We flew with Airasia which is a low cost airline but it's amazing! Much better quality than the low cost carriers in Europe. Check out the picture of the flight!
Next stop Bangkok! See you there! x
... my own snaps with all the family. Dinner was a large buffet with different curries, pakodas, and ice cream for dessert. I'm pretty sure I would have exploded had someone stuck a pin in me. There was no alcohol at the dinner, just juice, a big difference to a reception dinner in the UK. Maligah invited us back to her house after the dinner and she was adamant about getting me a masala dosai, which I had said was my favourite. I was scared I ...
... my own room and I had already paid for my entire stay. Before arriving, people told me everything was full because of school holidays in Malaysia and Singapore, so I stressed out and paid my accomodation. Looking back, I would have been fine, arriving and finding something on the spot for much less. I paid RM130 a night for a bungalow up the hill when I could have paid RM60 for a beach bungalow. Next time, I will not book. You never know though, as a woman single traveller, I ...
... can' t sit long enough in the classroom to any meaningful education, they prefer to hang out in the jungle and do things as they please. The Malay government allows the Orang Asli from collecting any food or plants for their personal use, but fines any outsiders stiffly for doing the same in the jungle. The villagers, especially the women tend to only live for 30-40years as they have no birth control and each women can give birth 7-14 times. The birth is done ...