Rainforest Resort Taman Negara
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Clean room, a bit far from jetty
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Today I woke up early to catch the 830 am tour bus to Taman Negara, the 130 million years old rain forest. It took the bus 3 hours together to Kuala Trembling Jetty where I had lunch and checked in from 11 am til 2 pm, then from 2-4 pm, I took the boat to entrance of Taman Negara National Park. The boat ride is very pleasant on a muddy river …
... burning incense and praying. Sunday was the end of the festival and this was celebrated in the town with singing and drinking and fireworks and burning offerings to a massive statue of the king of the ghosts. After dinner with the family on Sunday evening we went to see what was going on in the square. It was all a bit confusing for us as everything was in very loud Chinese, and we were somewhat disorientated by our illness and tiredness... When the rain ...
... 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 ...
... walk around the corner from our hostel!!! We took an 8 hour bus from KL to Penang and with the help of a very friendly bus driver we found our hostel without any trouble, Hooray!
Penang was not on our original plan to visit but we were getting a bit fed up with the big, hot Asian cities so we thought we'd change it up a bit. We stayed in a place called George Town which is a UNESCO World Heritage sight. Our hostel was in the Little India district which ...
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 ...