Selesa Beach Resort

Address: 5th Mile, Jalan Pantai, Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, 71050, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 5th Mile, Jalan Pantai, Port Dickson.
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      A travel blog entry by lajsoper on Oct 16, 2014

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      ... took our bags out as well and started running away with them. Luckily Mark was looking out the window, and saw his bag being taken out. He raced out of the bus and rescued both of our bags, in the pouring rain. It could have so easily played out differently, and we may not have known that our luggage was missing, till we got to Cebu - far too late. Anyway he did a great job of saving both of our sanity that day. So, we got to fly out of Cebu, and head off to Kuala Lumpur to continue our ...

      Last day in Paris

      A travel blog entry by stephtoole on Jun 14, 2014

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      ... to seeing them in Adelaide in October. Played for two jokes and the. It was the same sea of people trying to get home. Not too back this time but it took an hour just to to the the metro stop. It was 1.30 before we got home and see exhausted. Steph was also looking a little pale. I hope she rests up today. 7.30 alarm went and only just felt like we had got to bed. Cleaned up, packed up and taxi to airport. Got their at 10am ...

      Malaysian Grand Prix

      A travel blog entry by lb12 on Mar 30, 2014

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      ... I had spent enough money I showed me receipt to have a go at the F1 2013 racing simulator. It was quite difficult and I only managed fourth place, which was probably largely due to the fact three of my seven other competitors were children who couldn't drive.

      Afterwards, I squeezed my way through the crowd to take photos of the drivers as they were on stage signing autographs. The queue for signatures was huge so I'm sure many people were disappointed they didn't make it ...


      A travel blog entry by klsymllr719 on Feb 17, 2014

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      ... notice the people: Indians, Chinese, Thais and Mayalas- a real melting pot of cultures with huge Chinese influence on their language and food. We settle in Georgetown, a quirky, artistic town and a backpackers hub, for the first 3 nights. The weather is hotter and more humid and having a room without air con is miserable. Though small, this town has a lot to offer. We take a local street art walk with ...

      Follow that bus!

      A travel blog entry by rednosefg on Dec 11, 2013

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      ... have to admit defeat in my fight with Air Asia to change my flights to the Philippines to rebuild schools, I got straight onto google and searched for youth volunteer organizations in Kuala Lumpur. Last week I received a reply from an organization working with teenagers in a deprived area of KL. I received confirmation the night before last that they needed an extra pair of hands yesterday afternoon. Perfect! Only problem was, I was still in the Cameron ...