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The Best Resort to Unwind in Cherating

We stayed at Eastern Pavilion during my recent field trip to Cherating for 2 Nights. We booked through Agoda, as it provide us with collection of points and good rates. We arrived early, 11am and was glad that the room was made available for us at 11.40 am. Receptionist Anis was very helpful, from check [...]

Very decent for anyone wanting a good pull and guaranteed that you'll catch fish. The place is a little hard to reach but if you have a tour guide, things get a lot easier! Visited July 2015 Sungai Tahan, Taman Negara. My husband and I had a very fun half day fishing here. We were [...]

Tioman Island – A Sleeping Dragon

Monkey Bay is a secluded area on the north western coast of Tioman Island. There is a nice sandy beach and about 100 metres off shore the reef kicks in with good snorkelling. The beach can be reached by sea taxi or by a moderate trek through a couple of villages from Tekek. The track [...]

Located just alongside the main road leading to Tringkap town, Rose Valley is a farm boasting more than 400 different species of plants and flowers. For a fee of RM5 per adult, you can spend easily more than an hour just appreciating each of the different variety of roses and other flowers like the gipsy [...]

The Perfect Resort for Beach Holiday!

Wife and I stayed in a large double room with en suite bathroom for one night. Very clean and it is what you can expect. Pool is safe and towels are provided. The breakfast was good as there is a large selection of various dishes to cater for all. Enjoyed the beach and the evening [...]

The East Coast Charm – Cherating

There are at least 3 main turtle sanctuaries in east coast namely 1) rantau abang turtle santuary 2) cherating turtle santuary 3) ma'daerah turtle santuary Both rantau abang and cherating is owned by the state government whereas ma'daerah is handled by BP. If you wish to see turtle laying eggs, then the above three is [...]

A delightful trek through the forest, amazing underground wonders and questionable toilets are all part and parcel of the fun at Gunung Senyum. Notable Quote from The Star Gunung Senyum or the Smiling Mountain Recreational Park, at 1,549 metres above sea level is an important archeological site. It is located on the Pahang River bank [...]

Exhilarating Genting Highlands

When visiting Genting Highlands, there is nothing I want more than riding the gondola lift that connects Gohtong Jaya and Resorts World Genting. Yes. The Genting Skyway! It’s really fun and I love it. We came here after Batu Caves, got a cab to Gombak station then went to the Go Genting booth to purchase [...]

Bukit Tinggi – Where to Stay and What to Do

Just an hour’s drive from Kuala Lumpur, several resorts atBukit Tinggi nestles amidst 16,000 acres of rugged hills surrounded by lush tropical rainforests. At Bukit Tinggi you will find some unique resorts that capture the essence of different cultures of the world in a single destination. In the vicinity are resorts such as the Selesa [...]