Fraser's Silverpark Resort
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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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... 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 ...
... but nonetheless, his hospitality was unwavering.
The coffees were soon followed by several pieces of dry toast for which, although a little confused, we thanked Robert again and tucked in, assuming that free toast with coffee was some kind of strange local custom. Just as we were finishing our toast, a plate arrived for each of us, around which a half-cooked egg sloshed and glooped. We were obviously visibly confused, because he felt he had to explain.
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