Vistana Hotel Kuantan
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... and we could see right over he entire jungle. So to cut a long moan short my knee was very unhappy on the way down, we ran out of water far too quickly and we hardly saw a single wild animal. We did however get to have a brief swim in Lubok Sinpon and made it back to the resorts mini market to empty out the entire contents of the fridge. So when we got outside and walked up to a crowd of people looking at a rather ...
... at the terminal seemed to have limited knowledge about which buses departed from here, rather than the station in town; and when the changeover would be official.
Just to add to our misfortune, when we arrived at the hotel, we were informed that we had to book our bus tickets for the bus on to Mersing the following day, and that this had to be done at the bus station... a taxi and another bus later! I should know this, really ...
Our beach escape!! Cherating is a half awake beach town on the eastern coast of Malaysia. It was the closest nice beach that we could find to Taman Negara. We ended up staying at the nicest place in town, a resort with a pool and aircon, ahh. It was still cheaper than most motels in the US! We enjoyed swimming in very warm waters and staying cool in the shade. The ...
... so off we went in search of things to do. (In the end lunch and free wifi is always good to kill a few hours in an empty town). Jerantut itself is lacking in tourist attractions.
The coach was the usual style and half empty; it had just started to rain again so we darted onto it and set off in the grey. We arrived in Kuantan just after 6 and scouted out the times for our next long distance bus as we would have to come ...
... Deities and the main deity is a huge 7 feet Sivalingga,made from granite and believed to be self formed. This Sivalingga is also known as Jala Lingga (Water Lingga) as there is tricklets of water continuously pouring on the statue from the ceiling of the caves, right on the centre of the statue ...