Puteri Resort Ayer Keroh
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
Photos of Puteri Resort Ayer Keroh
TripAdvisor Reviews Puteri Resort Ayer Keroh
Travel Blogs from Ayer Keroh
... material kind of added to the beach. Mind you can't say I would have gone for a swim . We walked across the beach to the other side and cam across what looks like will be a large construction of units etc that are situated on the waterfront. I think they have the main sales complex completed. We headed back towards home taking a path thru the back of some houses and again seeing the large water lizards that quickly scurry ...
... we stopped for a break which was the first real exposure to the Malaysian people, food (found a stall selling separate husband and wife biscuits - strange!) and of course the currency! Luckily I had almost used all my Singapore currency but I did have one more note left. When you buy something at this pit stop you can pay in the Singapore currency but you receive the Malaysian one back - strange. All you can really do is trust that they are giving you the correct change back. ...
... around the city. I saw a woman, with no arms, drawing and smiling. There are so many new foods to taste here. I try new ones every chance I get. I have found some delicious street food this way! I stopped by KL again, to prepare for my travel into the northern part of Mayalsia. This is where I met Foong. Tomorrow I leave Kuala Lumpur and journey to a small town/ village for some outdoor activities and nature! So, this is my inconclusive conclusion of Malaysia...... to be updated! ...
... br> We decided to save money and took the bus, number 8 from bay 16 which we hoped went close by our hotel. We were staying near the stadium about 10 mins walk from the main street, Jonker Street.
The bus driver was most helpful and shouted to us when to get off. We then walked about 15 minutes to the hotel. So far so good and the hotel was great. It's called D'Hotel and is quite new. The room was lovely BUT no window. So I suppose we get good sleep but we like to see ...
... There were SO many malls, most of them next to each other. Unfortunately, they mostly sold Asian sizes. I saw so many cute shoes for about $10, but the only ones they had in a size 10 or higher were really gaudy. And I didn’t even attempt the clothes. I knew that even an XL would be way too short on me.
We were also in Malaysia for Chinese New Year, and since Malaysia is about 30% Chinese, it was a ...