Seri Pengantin Resort
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Travel Blogs from Janda Baik
... for a couple of kilometres before jumping out the boat and starting to climb up the hill towards something Linda’s really not looking forward to – the world’s longest hanging bridge, a 12-section canopy walkway high up in the jungle and stretching almost half-a-mile in total. It’s a nerve-wracking start for Linda, but after the first couple of sections she seems fairly happy – well, except for the section that goes ...
... get back from the jungle to Kuala TahanIn total we spent RM 51 per person for the entire trip. The trek itself is really hard, maps are pretty bad and there are lots of bees and leeches. It is definitely not for everybody.
There are floating restaurants on the river that charge pretty much the same prices, from RM 6 for fried rice until RM 13 for the most expensive dishes. There is always one that has more people than the others, but it changes ...
... con, was full of bugs and the showers made me want to cry. Despite all this it was a room for pennies so we weren't complaining too much. It was already afternoon once we arrived so we went to one of the floating restaurants on the river edge for dinner. Half way through our meal we understood why it was called RAIN forest. Suddenly sunny weather turned into sheets of rain. All the boats in the river were battered and most of the people in the restaurant (us ...
... They all looked fairly battered and bruised and the guide even half crushed a leaf insect trying to hand it over to me. Everyone spent a long time at the tortoise enclosure having photos picking them up. It was clear the poor reptiles wanted to be left alone trying to run away from eager tourists and tour guides. When people picked them up they wriggled their legs trying to get free. The coolest/most dangerous animal was left until last. A massive poisonous scorpion capable of killing ...
... family room. It was really cute with four single beds alongside each other. After dropping our stuff off we went for some lunch that was very dodgy. Weird soups and questionable meats. The lunch definitely made some of us feel peculiar for the rest of the day. In the afternoon we researched a tour of Cameron Islands for the following day. We ended up shopping around and getting a great price for a ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking