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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Travel Blogs from Cherating

Christmas Surfing in Cherating

A travel blog entry by mattieaubrose on Dec 24, 2014

57 photos

... slacking.

We'd planned on going for 4 days for Xmas, which was slightly extended due to the worst flooding in 30 years. At least our taxi driver was happy, getting 350 ringgits for a 14 hour round trip back to ...

Pineapple Express

A travel blog entry by piholland on Sep 18, 2014

6 photos

... and find an overland route that at the moment isn't that well established in this newly opened tourist country.

This gives us time to explore the south of Thailand for a few weeks before we make our way to Bangkok, we are hoping to do some volunteering, again there seems to be high competition for positions and we aren't having much luck getting any response. We have seen a good one though where you pay a small contribution to help out, the place makes ...

Journey down the east coast

A travel blog entry by parkitromp on Mar 20, 2014

2 photos

... sucking away. Although a lovely setting Yvonne eventually refused to move waiting on a rock and waving her bright pink flip flops at spiders thinking about joining her. Back in the car and with the AC blasting we drove along the ocean rode to Cherating. I would say this was a very small town with hardly a soul in it. Looking at some posters on the wall of the place we ate Bandung curry the key thing to do here is surf. ...

Cherating

A travel blog entry by sayukawa on Mar 13, 2014

... cows. There was noone. And 100 meters from the coast the bright sun and roar of the surf presented itself from from the deafening silence of the inpenetrable palm forest,. Sublime. Mystical. Unexpected. i dont remember his name but that he showed me cherating!

Back at the dinner table we had classic packer cameraderie. two older folk were in their 7th year of continous travel. We took a canou uo the mangrove where ...

Lumpy Lobster's Magical Moment

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

1 comment, 19 photos

... lit up, obviously solar sensored, as it got darker, the brighter the glow became. When it was completely dark the lights on the fountains came on and wow, multi coloured dancing fountains! Forever changing their colours and shapes, I was sorry to leave in the end, but had to catch the LRT back to Chinatown. Talking of the LRT, I cannot get my head round the fact that they appear to be remote controlled! No driver? Usually two or three ...