Seri Pengantin Resort
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... leaves. The leader is not hereditary but elected from the village as the most senior and capable person. The leader is very skillful in hunting, making decisions for the tribe, and treating the villagers with traditional herbal medicine. They are Nomads, fossil they migrate from place to place depends on the food supply and good fengshui. Even if the government of Malaysia tried to convince the tribal kid to goto the regular Malaysian schools for free, ...
... 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, ...
... Next was onto another toll road, pretty straight and tedious compared to the last one but just to be driving was nice - just a shame that the USB part of the CD player didn't appear to want to connect to iPhone or iPod, which meant we had to resort to constantly going through the radio stations. We had definitely made the right choice by driving rather than going on a bus, we got to Jerantut which was the last town really before a 65km road to the entrance to Taman Negara, ...
... When you travel a lot, you inevitably develop a catalogue of places that gives you a frame of reference to make comparisons. Due to this, rightly or wrongly, I was left feeling somewhat disappointed that the scenery was little different to other jungles I have seen elsewhere. More so, I somehow missed the promised views of limestone karsts found en-route, and I'm sure I wasn't sleeping!
We decided to disembark at Kuala Lipis, ...
... to do so then we can head to Port Dickson and spend one night there instead of putting up in Melaka. So, with the hope that the temple closes at 9.30PM, we headed to Cheng and it was not an easy route. With the aid of the GPS, we reached the temple which was situated in the industrial area of Cheng. Unfortunately, the temple was closed and we were utterly disappointed. There was a contact number available on the temple’s signboard ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking