Seri Pengantin Resort
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We woke up at 6am so that we could catch the bus at 7am. We didn't really know where we were going to end up today, either KL or Cameron Highlands, hopefully the second. We were on the bus station at 6.50am, nice and early for the bus. But the bus never came, we had to wait until 10am for the bus. When the bus finally came, it was full of backpackers like us. The bus was really old and cranky, like an old school bus that has failed it's MOT for the last 10 years. The bumpy dusty bus ...
... to walk on, but we saw some amazing scenery. After the canopy walk, we started to head back to the starting point of the trek. On the way back, we stopped at a viewpoint. It was full of hippies, the type who say "hey man" and have dreadlocks. It was really quiet, green and beautiful. On the way back the heavens opened, it start to hammer down with rain. We were lucky with the weather since we were almost coming to the end of our trek. We got back on the ...
... and eye opening. Some of the leaflets left my mouth open in awe of how they follow their teachings and the Karan to the letter. I then heard a women sing their main prayer and despite its beauty left me sad and conflicted. Religion is such an interesting yet very powerful belief system that can bring so many joys and comforts, but equally as many sorrows and conflicts. After quiet refection and some time learning we de robbed and left the mosque. Needless to say with ...
... and the skill and use of natural materials found in the jungle is impressive. The blowpipe is huge – maybe a metre long – and seems to be very accurate in the hands of an expert. We all get a go too, and realise it can be very accurate in the hands of an amateur too when a few of us manage to score a bullseye by hitting the toy parrot from a distance of around 25m! We wander round the village for a short while, but it’s quite small ...
... 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 ...