Cherengin Hills Convention & Spa Resort
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... tea...worst included breakfast yet, but free). After that I found myself surfing the net and chatting with people with no desire to move let alone see the sights. Somedays I find I'm just not in the mood and it is always when I'm in a city. Imagine that. Well two hours later Greg popped around the corner and said he was going out to Little India for lunch and if I wanted to join. **TSN Turning Point** So off we went and enjoyed some delicious curries before meeting the gang in ...
... seems to affect everything in Malaysia (or at least the stuff we’ve seen so far!) We head back down the hill and jump back on the boat, then cruise over to Kuala Tahan for lunch. The afternoon brings a longer trip up the river, through a few rough sections, and we eventually end up at a tribal village alongside the river. After Laos we’re a little cynical about this, and the locals don’t seem particularly welcoming from the off, but ...
... where you can see blowpipe demonstrations.
Canopy Walkway: It is necessary to cross the river by boat (RM 1), then pay the park entry fee (RM 1) and walk around 30 minutes to get to the Canopy Walkway (everything is signposted and the pathway is well-maintained). The entry fee to the Canopy Walkway is RM 5 and it takes about 30 minutes to go around. It is not an adrenaline rush, but considering the price and other things to do over there the Canopy Walkway is ...
... down all around us and filled the sky. This was pretty cool and attempting to catch them supplied some entertainment. Once our three hours were up we arrived at some floating docks. The boat stopped and we clambered onto the dock. This was the tourist base for the national park where you stay and caught water taxis to the key hikes. After a short briefing we hunted for a hostel. We found a dirt cheap one but the price reflected the amenities. The room had ...
... to our next stop. The butterfly and bug garden. This was a sickly place. All the bugs looked very unhealthy. The place was good because you could have a hands on experience with all the creepy crawlies but all the animals were not being handled well with many of them being dropped or knocked around. As soon as we walked in a butterfly fell onto my hand. Looking at it I could see one of its wings was badly broken so it couldn't fly. I tried to get it off onto a leaf and it tried to fly ...