Le' Manah Retreat
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... my way back to Chinatown on the hop on/off bus and enjoyed a must have chicken, pork rice clay pot before waddling back to the hostel. Soon after the guys and girls arrived from the jungle and were excited for showers and bed as well. So with quick hellos we all said good night and planned on meeting up at some point the next day. I decided to sleep in till 10 just in time to grab the hostels free breakfast (bread - not even a toaster- and jam or kaya - jam made from coconut, ...
... series of steps on the rope bridge! We make it to the end though, enjoying the views from the top but slightly disappointed that we didn’t see any real wildlife. We continue on, this time trekking three kilometres up to the top of Bukit Teresek, the highest hill in the area. It’s fairly tough due to the heat and humidity, but we finally make it up there. Disappointingly though, the views are a little dull, and washed out due to the ...
... staff. They have dorms with 4 beds, mosquito nets and shared bathroom charging RM 10 per night. Additionally they have several small chalets for 3 people with private bathroom for RM 60. The rooms are open so you will see a lot of bugs inside and they are not the cleanest which could be quite disturbing for some people.
Sights & Activities
Besides the jungle trekking you can hire a boat and go across the river to the jungle or go to one of the ...
... turn would send water into the boat. The boat rocked uncontrollably as we all got in but when all seated the vessel seemed more secure. We cruised down the jungle river for 3 hours. Veronica was small enough to lie down in her compartment so she slept. I on the other hand was cramped in so just enjoyed the scenery. It was clear from the journey we were going deep into the jungle, far from the rest of civilisation. On the river we went through a shower of seeds. ...
... up over thousands of years. We climbed up onto the moss which was about 10 metres high and walked through the forest. Other than moss there was some pretty cool plants. They had orchids, jasmine and even carnivorous plants. These draw bugs in with there sweet neuter and then snap their lid shut. Once inside they release enzymes which break the bug down into nutrients it can absorb. The mossy forest was hard to traverse and I nearly slipped over multiple times. Luckily I survived and ...