Rainforest Resort Taman Negara
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Clean room, a bit far from jetty
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... him! We arrived in Mentakab at around 4am - catching a lift for the final leg of the journey from Kuala Lumpar to Mentakab with a friend of Kah Peng.
We stayed at Kah Peng's new house next door to her mum and brother, her mum (my cousin) is the loveliest person in the world and fed us incessantly! It was a bit of a shame that we were feeling so ill and couldn't fully enjoy her cooking.
On Saturday we were invited to help Kah Peng's ...
... Kuala Tahan, where the Tahan and Tembling Rivers come together.
Kuala Tahan is located on the river bank, just across from the Taman Negara National Park. This little village is where the base camps for the park are located.
I am excited to get to the village and begin planning my activities, but the bus stops in Jerantut. From here I will need to take the 3 hour boat journey to the park. I decide to stay the night here in the small town of ...
... to us that we could have just caught a bus from the original airport straight into the city!!! This would have took half the time not to mention half the price!!! Not really sure what we were thinking there but we obviously had the blinkers on. Moving on to the next travel nightmare... we then had to take the short metro journey from the Central Station to the station near our hotel, just two stops away, easy. Another 2 hours later and no I'm not exaggerating, ...
Saturday 23rd August: Lankawi is a beautiful island located north of Penang. The two hour ferry ride was fraught with Chinese tourists throwing up into plastic bags and crying, which was frustrating and confusing as the ferry was moving calmly and slowly across the water. After arriving we ended up walking up and down a long road in the boiling heat in such of accommodation. Eventually we found a place to stay; Joe's Budget Motel. Despite ...
The oldest city in Malaysia, full of heritage and tradition which is apparent from the crimson washed houses with french windows dotted around town.
Laid back couples sit admist multi-coloured petals in slow rickshaws that laze about town. Tunes blaring out from the speakers.
There are religious buildings everywhere churches, temples and mosques.
We stop at ...