Aseania Resort Pulau Besar
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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Woke up early on a Sunday morning to meet up with 5 other guys who wanted to spend time just riding their bikes through the back roads (Trunk roads) of Malaysia. Therefore we decided to take a short ride to Air Papan, in Mersing, Johore. The distance was around 200km one way and would probably take us around 1.5 - 2 hour of leisurely ride.
We departed from Gelang Patah Petrol Kiosk at 8.30 am after hanging around ...
Currently in a claimed to be taxi with Alan and co (a sweet only child from Belgium), we have just left Sarah who was a lovely girl from Surrey she's heading down to Singapore the jets off to Australia. We are making our way to Taman negrara, this is a 4343 sq km shadowy damp impenetrable jungle: Malaysia's national park. I'm expected to possible encounter tangled trees dwarf ...
This island and hotel are fantastic! Here we've decided that if we ever to return to Malaysia it will be to come to this hotel :) The room we are staying is awesome. The meals have been great too - we have eaten both Asian and western food and always different food, from lots of choices and great taste too. The pictures speak for themselves and tomorrow we'll post some more ...
I'd been warned Mersing wasn't a particularly nice area so wanted to find somewhere to stop ASAP. After about 20 minutes I managed to find somewhere fairly cheap although it was a dive with a shared bucket shower and squat toilet but I just needed it for the bed as I was ready to crash.
I woke up feeling good and walked down to the jetty to find out the times of the ferry to Tioman island as I knew they left several times a day. Unfortunately due to the low ...
... to say fishing is one of the most relaxing things in the world. Probably one of the big advantages of it is that you can do it with one hand while holding a beer in the other (see picture for proof). Our Kelong (which is Malay for fishing platform - at least Kevin thinks so...) was about 90 minutes away from Singapore near Mersing. It's all very well organized and you basically just have to bring your ...