Regalodge Hotel Ipoh
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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The day seemed to get of to a good start when we were presented with an interesting breakfast menu. So we ordered eggs Benedict.. then waited and waited, David is not a happy person In the morning if he doesn't get his breakfast so he complained to the charming restaurant manager. Eventually after nearly an hour breakfast arrived the poached eggs …
... it out of the sky. After that it was pretty much just a game of catch as meat was thrown to the tigers who would eat it in one. Whilst there was something not quite right about these animals "performing" like this, it was still impressive to see them in their grandeur! After this we picked up some food and headed for the water attractions within the park. We didn't bother going to Tin Valley, a history of Tin and the role Ipoh played in it, nor the adventure park ...
... jungle. After the stop we weaved ever further up hill towards the Cameron Highlands. We were distracted from the journey by a screening of Pirates of the Carribean: Dead Man's Chest. At the first town inside the Highlands district, the bus was flagged down at a police checkpoint. An officer came on board and asked to see passengers' passports. As he was working his way up the aisle, we were surprised when he signalled to the people ...
... up ended its route at a very small local bus terminal where I got off and asked people again how to get to my hotel. Some very nice men guided me to the correct bus and also were going to tell me when to get off, score! I was the only person on the bus so the bus driver was asking me questions about where I'm from, was I really travelling alone and where I had just arrived from (all very normal questions which I am quite used to now). We hit some major traffic when ...
We got up early on Monday to head to the bus station, but the gate to the hostel was closed and it and the doors were all locked. We ended up having to wait for the staff to wake up and open the place up. Around 8:30am we were able to leave and headed for the station. We got tickets for the 1:30pm bus to the Cameron Highlands. At the time it was 9:30am so we had some time to kill before leaving. We left our bags with the travel agent where ...