Swiss-Garden Resort & Spa Kuantan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... the place is like a small jewel.
Next was the Esplanade Tanjung Api, a beautiful docking area for local fishermen and site of a fishing village. We were able to take some great photos of local fishing boats. We noticed a strange formation of leaves on a nearby tree, which was explained as a nesting area for tailor or weaver ants, who make nests by using larval silk to weld the large leaves together. Then they fend off would-be usurpers! Note: they are LARGE ...
... as it doesn't feel as real as say Ketambe in Indonesia. About an hour later we made our way up some stairs to the first walk way. Luckily I am not afraid of heights otherwise this would have been very challenging mentally. Max was not a big fan and had rope burns on his hands as proof. We saw nothing but from an adrenaline point of view was worth the money. Away from the tourists we quickly set off on ...
... br> Very few 'antiques' around. :-(
And back on to a bus for the heat of the day.
Decided on the bus to KL that I was a bit washed out, and instead of moving along immediately to Indonesia I would take a day off to sleep myself out and generally vegetate.
Must have needed it, I was asleep by 7.30, woke at 4am, and added 4 hours after that.
... running down the windows... So I have to confess that given a preview I totally bottled it as the delays meant a 8hr journey had turned to 10 hour journey and everything above economy had sold out which meant a hard canteen style chair for the duration..! The alternative is a 4 hour bus to Kuantan and then decide where to go from there, the buses are actually really good and have good air con. In Kuanton I've booked a 4 star beach front hotel for a night with ...
... how the bus driver managed to rectify the situation and we were off again chugging up the hill at 0mph. When we eventually arrived at Chearting most of the people had got off the bus and there was only a few of us left.
We found the road to our chalet easy enough and arrived at Payung guesthouse. What lovely little wooden chalets they were in a pretty garden with these really cute cats with the fluffiest tails ever. The man at reception was very helpful and gave ...