Fraser's Silverpark Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- 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
... and other schoolmates of MHS 1976, 40 XOs were physically delivered to the SEMOA farm/hostel. With extra financial support from Victoria Ho Tso, additional XO’s have been purchased so that a mobile Open Learning Chest consisting of 10 XOs, and an XO powered schoolserver could be deployed to other new sites. At the "mobile" sites, the laptops are shared and each child who participates will have an 8G SD card to boot Sugar into the ...
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... full of all kinds of reasons that the jungle would not kill me!!! haha
I'm so thankful for the friends I made, and the friend I have had for 30 years. The worst part of this journey is saying goodbye to people you truly feel connected to. I wish all these fab people a happy life. Maybe our paths will cross again; I truly hope so. I am thankful that the Internet allows us to stay in contact with the people we most love and cherish. ...
... even having to squeak a door open to get in. I had some anxiety to say the least.
We decided to walk down to the waterfall to check it out, so I put my hiking boots on, and was ready to go. I was used to trekking in New Zealand...surely I can trek in Malaysia. Except this wasn't really trekking...it was walking...down a street....to a park....and poof!...there is a waterfall. I hate to admit that I was a little happy we were not doing a major hike. Mel ...
... 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 ...