Pelican Hotel

Address: Pelican Hotel No. 181 Jalan Rugayah, Batu Pahat, Johor, 83000, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Pelican Hotel No. 181 Jalan Rugayah, Batu Pahat.
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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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        ... other two, but I felt very comfortable here. We enjoyed taking the trams to see the city sights. Market Square was interesting too, and the Rock Church was unique.

        Anna’s favourite city, although I must say it looked better in pictures over the internet. My favourite place was Town Hall Square where you could have a nice cup of coffee while people-watching. Another nice moment was ...

        Day 68

        A travel blog entry by dawey on Mar 17, 2011

        29 photos

        ... to Mr Tan's Pineapple juice company and learned how to make pineapple juice and how to cut the pineapples in a very fast efficient way, also a bit wasteful way....
        At the end of the day we have another dinner with more members of the board.
        dinner was followed by a presentation by jin feibao in front of about 200 - 300 students, talking about his adventures.
        bedtime ...

        The film star treatment

        A travel blog entry by rhonamcd on Nov 02, 2007

        7 photos

        Hello, Spent a couple of days in Melaka which is a popular stop on the tourist trail due to the diverse history that is here. The sea infront of Melaka has been an important strategic point due to the straits, and because of this Melaka has a dutch, portuguese and british past. On the first day we took a visit to some of the oldest buildings which are portuguese, walking up to the old chapel ...

        Intrepid Group number one, off to Malasyia

        A travel blog entry by ladytonholiday on Feb 12, 2007

        ... market street food non-exsistent. Tri-shaw ride gets the city out of the way well so you can see one or two museams and chill. Or cross the river and go left to localville where the people kind of stare as your not supposed to be in this part but they will always smile when you want to buy something from them, foreign tax included, haggling lesson ...

        The One With The Long Car Ride

        A travel blog entry by windsymphonic on Dec 23, 2006

        My bro finally arrived at out mystery destination at 0230H. It was 2 hours of waiting. So what we do for that 2 hours? We went to the one of the three restaurants which still opens. I had my Maggi Goreng coz it is my quest to find the best Maggi Goreng. Haha. Then we entertained ourselves with the jukebox coz seriously the jukebox has been playing Malay rock songs which I totally annoyed me. So we ...