Lipis Plaza Hotel
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... 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).
NIGHTLIFE: The party scene is very laid-back, more 'relaxed' then 'rave'. WIth it being the first night we forgot about the mild sunstroke, komodo dragons and lethargicness and headed to the beachfront (a mere 20km away) raring to go for a big first night out, We were mildly disappointed not to see strobelights and DJs on podiums, but the relaxed nightlife reflects scenery - calming and understated.
April 18, 2009
... children, sometimes 4 children to 1 parent, birth control is definately needed here! The children can be quite forceful in their begging and will touch your stuff. Some adults gave you the stink eye while others where very happy to see foreigners. These villages do have a school based on charity called "school of hope". I was not able to visit it as it was their school holidays.
I really enjoyed Mabul and the people I have met. I would definately go back there but I ...
... that I don't like Malaysian food. The last part of the walk was up to the the lighthouse. At this point we were still planning on walking back the way we came. The lighthouse turned out to be further away than we expected. And it was all uphill. Mostly uneven steps. It was absolutely boiling and whilst the trees did stop the sun coming through it was still very close and pretty soon we were fairly sweaty and out of breath. The path seemed never ending, but obviously it wasn't. ...