Rompin Beach Resort

Address: Lot 340, Jalan Pantai Hiburan, Kuala Rompin, Pahang, 26800 , Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Lot 340, Jalan Pantai Hiburan, Kuala Rompin.
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    Travel Blogs from Kuala Rompin

    Staying still

    A travel blog entry by glynfamily on Nov 07, 2015

    5 photos

    ... dogs, which are then offspring of wild jungle dogs that their builder had befriended. The dogs are friendly but not in the way domestic dogs are and the children were given advice about how to interact with them. One of the dogs is about to have puppies and Lara is desperately hoping that will happen before we leave. Most of the day was spent in or around the pool. An evening walk with the ...

    Driving across Malaysia

    A travel blog entry by glynfamily on Nov 06, 2015

    ... at the Malaysian equivalent of motorway services; lots of small stalls selling local food and drinks. We enjoyed Nadi Goreng Ayam, and sizzling chicken - we avoided the drive through McDonald's! Off next to the Elephant Sanctuary where we saw rescued elephants and were able to feed them. It was a lovely setting and the elephants are clearly well cared for; it is not a show for tourists - in fact they did not charge admission, only requested a donation as the ...

    Cherating, Malaysia

    A travel blog entry by mikelbt on Jun 24, 2007

    1 comment, 5 photos

    I arrived in Cherating around 5:00pm yesterday, and it was a welcome break from the high paced city action I had seen so far. Located right off the South China Sea, Cherating is a laid back surf town, with swells picking up during the monsoon season. The town is also known for its local batik artisans and the area's surrounding wildlife. It was also the site for Club Med's first ...

    Mersey, Malaysia

    A travel blog entry by mikelbt on Jun 22, 2007

    9 photos

    ... While I didn't make it out to the islands, i found plenty to keep me occupied for the day. Once I found a hostel, I spend an hour or so walking around and met up with a few other tourists doing the same thing I was. One was a student from Germany and the other an Iranian on an indefinite holiday. Not long ago, he converted to Christianity and as a result, was informed be will be executed upon return. He said he was not planning a return trip anytime soon. I ...

    Journey to Malaysia, and a Hospital Visit

    A travel blog entry by vlogabond on Feb 18, 2007

    ... the last ferry out to our island and had to spend the night in that town, called Mersing. There was only a couple guest houses, a dock, and basically nothing else. We were asleep by 11pm for a 7am wakeup call. We purchased the Ferry out for 8:30am in the morning, but when we arrived at 8am, The fairy had already left. The next one was at 10am. Justin and I sat down to read. I was in the part of my book about infectious ...