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... noodles and seafood are brought to the table for you to choose from. I chose to eat some rice and Bambi in a black pepper sauce. I would have eaten it forever if I could. Amazingly tasty and the food is so cheap here it's almost stealing. A pit stop at the local bar more than offset the cheapness of the food though. Being a predominantly Muslim country ancho is expensive in Malaysia. The next day we took a tour of the local area, first stopping at ...
... We did some hiking to Robinson Falls and then to Parit Falls. We then went back to town to grab some groceries and then we headed back to the hotel. We spent the night using the wifi in the lobby planning the next leg of the trip and the hike we were going to do the next day.
On Wednesday we got up early and headed to the lobby for breakfast. Our plan for the day was to hike Gunung Brinchang the second highest mountain in the ...
the incredibly photogenic petronas towers and KL were only a one day stop to our first main destination - the cameron highlands with its tea plantations. this is a usual tourist spot in malaysia but when the receptionist nearly hysterically asked if we were to stay 3 nights we had a feeling that the people usually stay one or two nights and move on even if there is much more to this place than tea.
when i visited this country ...
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Pero ng makahanap na kami ng kakainan, nakakita kami ng Nasi Lemak, medyo familar na kami doon kaya naman ok na samin na yun ang kainin.
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Along the side of the road there are numerous stalls manned by the indigenous people. They sell honey, petai, rebong and handicraft. If you expect prices of the items sold are cheaper than what you might find back in Kuala Lumpur, you will be disappointed. The indigenous people here know more about economics ...