Manikar Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... it back in time to return the car at 5pm. First stop was The Chimney - no one knows why this was even built but it is high on a hill and has been fully restored. Onto the "United Nations " beach line - this was named a conservation area in 2009, the beach line was cleaned up and now is in pristine condition. They are beautiful beaches. The tide was out so a swim will be had later in the day. We circle back to try to find the Bird ...
... the Brunei Hotel. I got up to the reception and asked if they had rooms, which they did. Turns out that a dorm room was actually only eighteen Brunei dollars, which was even cheaper than I was expecting. Unfortunately, I didn't HAVE eighteen Brunei dollars, but the guy was nice and let me put down a deposit in ringgit and then I would pay him after I'd gotten to an ATM.
The dorm room itself was actually just a large room with five cots set up. No bunk ...
... in a day, but decided I was going to be lazy and let myself sleep in until 7:30 am. I had breakfast and packed up and then bummed around until about noon. The lady at the front desk called a taxi for me at that point to get to Jesselton Point (the name of the ferry terminal). I'd been walking there for my scuba dives but it's a good half an hour walk that I really didn't want to do with my pack on. It was only 15 ringgit, which objectively ...
... Ayer. Since the gallery was about to close I went through its permanent exhibition very quickly and didnīt forget to climb up the gallery s tower from where I had a nice view of a large part of the floating village.
During my stay in the gallery I learnt that Kampong Ayer was the worldīs biggest settlement on stilts and had been in existence for more than a thousand years. Archaeological findings reveal that Kampong Ayer regularly shifted its location for ...
... and they drove us to the Peradayan Forest Reserve and promised to be back in two hours. We were advised against going past the first hill (1500m in) as the path is very overgrown. The untouched forest was beautiful and we heard heaps of birds and insects all around us. We saw a huge 30cm millipede walking right in front of us and after a few sweaty breaks we reached the top of the first hill and listened to the monkeys and the birds around us. We ate a milo ...