The Landmark Hotel

Address: Landmark Hotel Jalan Omar, Batu Pahat, Johor, 83000, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Landmark Hotel Jalan Omar, Batu Pahat, is near Labuan Beach.
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        Travel Blogs from Batu Pahat

        Dubai To Kuala Lumpur To Batu Pahat

        A travel blog entry by lkgyg on Aug 10, 2013

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        ... its light-coloured buildings.

        For those who love nature, this is the jewel in the crown. The scenery in fjord country is simply awesome and no matter how impressive the pictures were, they did not and could not do it justice.

        Oslo was not very impressive. Bergen had the Hanseatic Quarter of Bryggen and also the very interesting Fish Market. The view of Norway’s second ...

        Day 67

        A travel blog entry by dawey on Mar 16, 2011

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        ... we arrived pretty much on time at 3:30. Just 5 minutes before we arrive Batu Pahat , Mr Tan calls me and me discussed a meeting point. Only fe minutes later he welcomed us beside the street.
        After everyone of us arrived, we follow his mercedes Benz to the school, where we get a wonderful welcome with drums, flowers songs, chinese yoyo's and smiles.

        Moving on to Melaka

        A travel blog entry by lyse_e on Jan 17, 2007

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        Yesterday I took the express bus from Singapore to Melaka in Malaysia. Melaka is the oldest town in Malaysia It was the capital of the Malaccan Sultanate and the center of the Malay world in the 15th and the 16th century, but then colonised by the Portugese, the Dutch and the English respectively. I was a bit surprised on the taxi ride to the guest house I'd seen recommended on the internet to pass McDonalds, RipCurl and even ...

        Kuala Lumpur > Melaka

        A travel blog entry by hedwig_the_bear on Dec 02, 2006

        ... a cave... and there were builders drilling into concrete walls, so not so atmospheric. The sunway lagoon however was much better. A theme park and water park in one, waterslides in abundance and two massive lagoon type pools. One of which had real sand on the beach area and, get this... a wave machine so powerful that the waves were surfable!! We left KL on the 30th, for the 2 hour journey to the ...


        A travel blog entry by gemmatthews on Aug 15, 2006

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        Howdie guys! After a non eventful (thankfully) bus journey we arrived in Malaka. Malaka is quite a cute costal town with a lot of dutch influence, as they settled here for a while, so the highlight of the town is a small windmill, which i expect judging by the smell of the place is used as the local urinal (just the windmill, not malaka by the way!) Throughout our travels, weve used many different modes of transport, but the trishaws we used in ...