Fraser's Silverpark Resort
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... of the Malaysian peninsula, so it was time to bring out bessie (we'd already named the car in anticpation) and trundle down the highway to freedom!
As usual we have no plan so Anita, thoughtfully, grabs some leaflets at the hostels reception. Malaysia probably does the best line in National tourist board pamphlets, whats more, unlike a certain guide book, their information is always up to date and relevant.
Anita's driving so I'm now the navigator. ...
... for me. My usual shopping is around an hour, maximum, but here, I really enjoyed myself, yet being careful not to burn a hole in my pocket.
After the shopping spree, it was time to head back to the room, but before that, a short stop for a coffee and a tea time ...
... in the hill city are interconnected by a spiral of restaurants, malls and escalators.
There is also a small temple on the top which is dedicated to the Goddess Thurga ...
... br> Within one hour thirty minutes, we arrived at the Genting Skyway, which is the cable car station which would take us to the peak of the station. My fare was already included in the bus package and therefore, we did not have to buy tickets here. It was extremely ...
... the area in daylight. We walked all over the place, end to end and took numerous photos. We also went up the clock tower and took a panoramic photo of the location. Though the climb was a little tiring, it was worth the ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFraser's Silverpark Resort Bukit Fraser
Environment and Appearance
1. External looks nice and clean, but the apartment (while clean) was a bit old.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.