Teluk Batik Resort

Address: Persiaran Teluk Batik, Lumut, Perak, 32200, Malaysia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Persiaran Teluk Batik, Lumut.
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      Travel Blogs from Lumut

      All riced up and still having a blast in Malaysia

      A travel blog entry by thatormg on Oct 13, 2014

      22 photos

      ... swimming fully covered in ALL their clothes (including head gear). They make Durban look like Brazil! For this part of the trip my g-string bikini has remained untouched at the bottom of my suitcase. Also, the staple diet in Asia is rice. I don't think I've ever consumed so much rice in my life - for breakfast, lunch and supper, even some desserts are made from rice. In a few days we'll be packing our bags again and heading to Langkawi, an island on the north west side ...

      Pangkor island - polical-economical considerations

      A travel blog entry by vinkor on Feb 23, 2012

      75 photos

      ... currency, despite the proclamations of the U.S. president.
      The reason is the weakness of the dollar printed by the handful in recent years to save American banks and insurance companies from certain failure.
      I think Americans want to destroy the EU and the euro, which they fear could replace the dollar and their use for this purpose the rating agencies that downgrad continuously European banks and public debts, making blind eyes with the ...

      Livin it up on my last day/night at Damai Laut

      A travel blog entry by stephen.perry on Aug 16, 2011

      16 photos

      ... br> But I'll give it to them they swapped that sucker out in about 15mins, and it worked.

      Went out to see a recent ship wreck apparently it causght fire and they just dumped it out off the coast...

      Then went and fed some fish, well I actually snorkeled while everyone threw bread on my back and were ******* themselves as the fish were jumping all over my back. Some of the big fish (arm size) were starting to bight my skin so I was out shortly after...
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      Island Trip

      A travel blog entry by afoster on May 08, 2011

      18 photos

      ... mauled by a tiger alongside the date 1743. The boulder was underneath a canopy but surrounded by rubbish and as much as we looked and looked the only thing we saw on the boulder was graffiti! If indeed there had been an ancient inscription on the boulder nobody respected it and so it simply looked like a rubbish dump! We drove back to Pangkor Town and had a walk around the place in search of the off licence mentioned in the Rough Guide. We soon ...

      Island Of The Hornbills

      A travel blog entry by steve-n-miri on Jan 20, 2011

      28 photos

      ... entrance, the Lin Je Kong Temple is guarded by Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck. Once visitors have braved these fearsome sentries and walked up the steps to the main temple, they are greeted by a number of Chinese gods housed in a building that is meant to resemble far away, traditional Chinese scenery. What really makes the Temple special, though, is the magnificent views of the beach and the bay with its views of nearby Coral Island. We visited towards the end of ...