Wau Hotel & Cafe
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWau Hotel & Cafe Jerantut
The reception was really good and the hotel looks nice and neat. I liked it.
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... their marriage, so we experienced a traditional Malay wedding feast :) Then in the evening we had a big family dinner with 5 of my cousins - Kah Peng's mum and her 4 brothers, plus their children - 2-3 per cousin... There was quite a lot of us. We ate at my second uncle's restaurant and his wife and her brother cooked another incredible meal for us, the best sweet and sour pork in the entire universe, no Chinese take away can compare. Dan sang for his ...
... man that said to wait here.
Apparently they are both assoiated with the hostel and the two buildings are connected by a hall in the back. She came from one direction and he from the other. I follow her and walk through some corridors to the other side of the building, where I get my room for the night.
By now, it is close to dark. I leave my things in the room and walk around town. It's a small town and doesn't take long for me to get an overview of ...
From the Cameron Highlands we took a trip across to the Taman Negara National Park. When we arrived to Jerantut the guy organising the boat transfer asked what our onward plans were, he was so surprised when I said we were taking the train to Melaka that he asked our nationality and said hmm Scottish people are smart with money!! The trip was a last minute thing as the park had been closed because of severe flooding which meant we only had 24 hours in ...
... we finally reached our stop our tickets wouldn't work to let us out and we ending up having to pay the ticket attendant to let us through! I was near to breaking point by now and also starting to feel unwell. Eventually we found our hostel and finally got a bit of luck. We had booked a shared dorm but when we arrived they gave us a private room for no extra cost, yeay. This turned out to be extremely lucky as after such a horrible day I then decided to be ...
... we all enjoyed it so much that this didn't matter. To end the day we cruised up the steepest gondolier or 'sky cab' in the world and marvelled at the glorious view of the island. It had been a busy day and pushed Lankawi up my list of favourite places I had been to so far. Although I've loved so many of the various places in Aisa, I wouldn't necessarily come back to many of them. Lankawi on the other hand, I'd definitely go back to in a ...