Nusa Holiday Village

Taman Negara National Park, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel is located in Taman Negara National Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Taman Negara National Park

    In the jungle

    A travel blog entry by murrayf on Aug 10, 2014

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    ... withdrawal symptoms from Clash of Clans. The village is on a river bank, a few houses and 3 floating restaurants. First walk is the canopy walk that takes us to a long bridge of rope and planks on the tree tops. . The Views are great. We are back mid afternoon soaking wet as it is hot and humid. We spot the one place in town that serves beer and ...

    Colonial conquest and Islamic exorcism

    A travel blog entry by felixchandler on Jul 21, 2014

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    before taking a room I wandered into the communal area in a KL hostel, spied a chess board and quickly found a keen player. Over the game the usual discussion of what are you doing?/ going ? etc was overheard by another guy across the room..

    me: "no plans or set dates .."
    stranger interrupts: "so come to the jungle... I am looking for more extras with beards to work in a movie as English soldiers"
    "sounds good"
    "are you free ...

    Perhentian Islands, as pretty as a picture

    A travel blog entry by hdoherty on Jul 05, 2014

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    ... very indiscreetly pointed this out. In fact he was so shocked at how "sun bad" I was that he belted off into the jungle leaving me very confused ('Did my sunburn offend him that much?') and returned a few minutes later what looked like a cactus arm.

    He had cut off a branch from an aloe vera plant so I could plaster my scolded skin in pure aloe vera. Incredibly sweet of him and genius medical advice; I bet he aced his ...

    Diving, Snorkelling, Beach, Tropical Storms...!!!

    A travel blog entry by nomad82 on Jun 25, 2014

    ... I was ahead of her as she was a bit scared so I did some skills, then I ended up being behind because I was sick so in the end we didnt do it together! We had a great instructor, Nick from New Zealand who was very patient with us and a good sense of humour. Diving was really great and I am very happy to have done it even if it means I wont be diving for a while now at least next time, I just need a refresher before continuing to the next course. I really enjoy diving and want ...

    The Oldest Rainforest on Earth (Malaysia)

    A travel blog entry by usatexan on Mar 09, 2014

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    ... to be a great experience. It costs a few Ringget (just a couple dollars), much cheaper than zip lines cost, and I think I enjoyed it more! I hope to do it again sometime.

    After I climbed down the wooden tower at the end of the canopy walk, I turned right and headed UP the mountain, instead of back to where I entered the park.

    I want to hike the few miles to Teresek Hill. The platform walkway ends and the hike starts to be on natural ground, which I ...