M.S. Garden Hotel Kuantan

Address: Lot 5 & 10 Lorong Gambut, Kuantan, Pahang, 25300, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Lot 5 & 10 Lorong Gambut, Kuantan, is near Jeriau Waterfall and Hemmant Trail.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Fitness/Health center
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Room service
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Business Services

          TripAdvisor Reviews M.S. Garden Hotel Kuantan

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

          Travel Blogs from Kuantan

          Vipassana Silence Retreat - Jon

          A travel blog entry by annie.jon on Oct 04, 2015

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          ... br> After this meditation session we were sent to bed. We were treated to an en suite single room each which was basic but sufficient. Mine was filthy so I entertained myself dusting and picking long black hairs from the drain. I slept soundly as my shoulders and back were aching, and I think I must have sat on my sciatic nerve as my inner lower leg and whole foot were numb. Day zero was over. Bring on day one.

          The alarm gong went off at 4am. I had my own alarm at for 04:27 ...

          Malaysia - Hindu Temple,brief stop beaches

          A travel blog entry by carolmartin on Feb 27, 2015

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          ... compared to their "correct" English counterparts (e.g.: “servis”=”serviceR 21;).

          Malaysia is very important historically because it lies on various critical paths of seaborne commerce from and to important places.

          The primary religion is Muslim, adopted in the 15th century as various sultans passed through and created “sultanates”, the most important of which was Malacca, which we will visit ...

          Pineapple Express

          A travel blog entry by piholland on Sep 18, 2014

          6 photos

          ... br>
          As most of the population is Islamic, they prefer cats as pets, as dogs are considered unclean and usually only owned by Chinese, cats are everywhere you look and usually have a crooked tail which is a local genetic trait. (Not purposely broke as we thought at first)

          Islamic people can be arrested and locked up for drinking but for other non Islamic Malaysians this law does not apply. As a result drink driving isn't usually checked for ...

          Fireflies and Turtles

          A travel blog entry by annandwoody on Aug 22, 2012

          3 photos

          ... turtles go and probably squished a couple. Idiots.

          So we turned our attention back to the mother who had covered her eggs. One of the guides began to dig up her nest to collect the eggs to be brought to the turtle sanctuary. That was the worst bit. They put the eggs into a plastic shopping bag.

          They say that all of this is for the benefit of the turtles, but I wonder how much this is actually helping them and how much is just helping the guides pockets.

          - Ann

          Long bus Journey to the beach!!

          A travel blog entry by sabinaandchris on Aug 23, 2011

          ... over to the bus times it said there was a bus in 5 minutes. But then this Japanese girl came up to us and said she had been waiting for hours and no bus had turned up. Oh dear, so I asked on one of the buses and they confirmed four o clock. So we waited and waited then another backpacking couple appeared and we decided if the bus didn’t come by 4.30 we would all try and get a taxi together luckily it came yay. Next problem, as the last 5 buses hadn’t ...