The PL Ace

Address: Lot 350, Jalan Kemaman, Chendor, Cherating, Pahang, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Lot 350, Jalan Kemaman, Chendor, Cherating.
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TripAdvisor Reviews The PL Ace Cherating

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Cherating

Pineapple Express

A travel blog entry by piholland on Sep 18, 2014

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... been about half the price. Four hours later no bus seemed to be going that far, the tout smugly came back to ask us if we were ready to go now. It was time to swallow some pride and just move on.

Moral of the story, its good to have some flexibility and creativity in your travel route but you can’t beat solid information, which is hard to get when you don’t speak the local language. To be fair we weren’t ripped off and the local bust ...

Tripple Burgers / Kochen dreifach Hamburger

A travel blog entry by infiniteroad on Jun 06, 2014

5 photos

... to create it yourself. I modify tomato sauce with vinegar, sugar and spices, so that we finally have nice fine ketchup. Then fry the meat in the pan, also shortly the bread, and create the burger. Yummy. Because we have a whole kilo of meat we eat the burgers are fantastic until we crammed. In the end, everything is eaten and there is in our faces and stomach a big satisfaction.


Journey down the east coast

A travel blog entry by parkitromp on Mar 20, 2014

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... and insular. It's as if they are the only car on the road, it is uncool to use indicators and very macho to play Russian roulette with people's lives. How Yvonne put up with my swearing, road rage and style of driving I have no idea. So we headed for Temerloh which was described in the lonely planet as a hub for travellers breaking up their journeys. We found a nice hotel and had some nice Chinese food and a couple of ...


A travel blog entry by sayukawa on Mar 13, 2014

... that i might it up the road. And they gave a backpacker tip: they preferred the off beaten south west thailand rather than the idyllic south east legendary koh samui and emerging koh phangan. Me, tessa and anne, ole. Went west on their saavy life experience. Gratitudes. None of us had any clue how astonishing krabi and koh phi phi would be. Incidentally, 20+ years later i would revisit krabi and phi phi. I was not disappointed.

Lumpy Lobster's Magical Moment

A travel blog entry by trish.coverdale on Sep 15, 2013

1 comment, 19 photos

... you can stand at either end, so who drives it?! Also every station has yellow marks on the platforms where the sliding doors of the train will does that work? and on some stations there are glass doors on the platform and when the train stops its exactly at the correct place! Now, if there's no driver or "official" on board, what happens in an emergency? I'm definitely!
The next morning I got the train to Batu ...