Awana Genting Highlands
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Arranged with June to meet at 8:00 am to go down to breakfast, which was included in our room price, but it was 9:00 am by the time we got there. The others were sleeping in. The Rajawali Restaurant had a good selection, with the usual Asian Malaysian food, there was also cereals, fruits, sweet breads, toast and omelet and scrambled eggs, as well …
Everybody relaxed and took it easy at this lovely resort, nestled in the hills of Genting Highlands.
This morning I wandered around to take in the surroundings after I had an hours swim in the heated pool. Managed to do 8 laps in the 20 metre pool. They have picturesque gardens and trees full of epiphytes, which would be lovely to see …
... good view of the city as well as their hop off hop on buses. There was some festival in little India on Friday which halted traffic but was pretty cool to see. Everyone was dressed up and some were dresses up as like Hindu gods or something with all kinds of things attached to them. That and it's also Chinese New Year and I'm staying in the middle of china town makes for a pretty cool atmosphere. I ...
... helped with
technique and developing an eye for the angles to shoot at. Day two had us
getting up late and heading out to find brunch and water. While we have been playing it safe and not been drinking tap water anywhere, we were specifically advised definitely rather not to drink the KL water. We then headed out
to the Batu Caves, a rediscovered Hindu temple in the cave of a nearby hill. Train tickets are
super cheap here. We at first thought we ...
... to try the best naan bread in the whole of Malaysia?”
How could we possibly say no? Carsten swung the van around and drove a few minutes across town to their favourite Indian eatery. We all sat outside in the muggy night air, and tucked into perhaps not the very best, but certainly some of the tastiest naan breads and dhal that we’d tried in a very long time.
“It’s really sad,” said Carsten, his expression turning downward a little, ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAwana Genting Highlands
Awana Tower Hotel at the Genting Golf Resort was a lovely, relaxing, luxury stay. The rooms were extra large with 2 queen size beds with service every day. The views were wonderful over-looking the golf course and valley and mountains beyond. A buffet breakfast was included in the price of $60 a room per night. A free bus provided shuttle service to different places around the Highlands. Plenty of restaurants for good food and a large heated pool and spa to relax in after a long active day.
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