Fraser's Silverpark Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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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.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Fraser's Silverpark Resort Bukit Fraser
Travel Blogs from Bukit Fraser
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... thought came to mind; I needed to check one more time to make sure Raja wasn't there. I glanced over under the Starbucks sign, and sure enough, there he stood with light radiating off him. I could hear church music and a choir, "Ahhhhhhh," and I ran to him with arms wide open. Not really, but that's how I felt inside. I had made some stupid mistakes--not having a phone, not having anyone's number, and relying on the Internet to save me. I will plan better next ...
... to explain what the field workers do to the tea crops. They used to used razor blades strapped to their thumbs, but now use a small hand held cropping machine to take off the top layer of leaves they are put into a sack and taken up to the factory on the top of the hill. The plantation was enormous! It is owned by an English lady whose father set up the plantation originally. We has a quick tour of the factory and had some tea and cake in the BOH ...
... dish, everyone loves it!”
It transpired that one dipped one’s (now-eaten) toast into the egg, and once the toast was finished, one picked up the plate and the remainder would slip merrily down the throat. The problem was that, having already finished our toast, we basically had to ‘down it in one’ as you might drunkenly polish off a double tequila on a big night out. As good guests, we downed the slimy, near-raw eggs and pretended to find it a delicious ...