Merlin Hotel

Address: 11-A Jalan Sultanah, Batu Pahat, Johor, 83000, Malaysia | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 11-A Jalan Sultanah, Batu Pahat, is near Labuan Beach.
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Travel Blogs from Batu Pahat

Dubai To Kuala Lumpur To Batu Pahat

A travel blog entry by lkgyg on Aug 10, 2013

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... br>
1. Whale watching.

2. Bathing in the Blue Lagoon.

3. Seeing the Strokkur Geyser erupt.

4. Walking to the Briksdal Glacier, passing waterfalls and fast-flowing streams on the way.

5. Rauma train ride from Dombas to Andalsnes.

6. Fjord cruise from Geiranger to Hellesylt.

7. Walking in the Hellesylt countryside.

8. The Gullfoss ...

Resting at Yong Peng :)

A travel blog entry by nathanang97 on Nov 05, 2012

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... curricula and events. Thus, we are on this exciting journey, despite Malaysia's geographical proximity to Singapore.

We are on the Second Link of the Causeway and ready to blast in Malaysia. Check me up for more updates on our Council Retreat 2012! :)

Just a quick stop at Yong Peng after almost 2 hours of car journey up the Malaysian peninsula, as we reach the end of the Johor state ...

Back into the lions den of Asia (proper)

A travel blog entry by mattandnicole on Jul 24, 2007

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... in the trusty book is the Customs museum and too be honest we only went into because it was free and it had great AC but it was a hidden gem. It showed all the things customs had confiscated at the port and showed how they did it - all well and good but than came all the 'indecent material' they had piles of porn and sex toys all lined up and on spinning trays it was quiet funny. The indecent statutes i.e. the nude ones had been ...

Arrival In Singapore And Home Again

A travel blog entry by lkgyg on Jul 01, 2007

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... happy memories of a very pleasant trip.

One of the significant things that I noticed regarding this very first trip to China was that the cost of living there was very low. As a result we were given accommodation in hotels that were at least three-and-a-half stars. Each hotel room had two queen-sized beds. There were also facilities for making ...

Kuala Lumpur > Melaka

A travel blog entry by hedwig_the_bear on Dec 02, 2006

After 11 days in KL, it became apparent that it was time to move on. We came to the conclusion that the reason the ozone layer has all but dissappeared was because of the buses in KL. Particularly those on our street. These things have a roar that would make a tank tremble in its tracks. Then comes the poison that gets pumped out of the exhausts of the earth killers. Take me to the nearest ...

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