Not a bad place to stay but since the opening of Simpang Pulai, it seems like an eternity to reach this place as we reached the higher places first before Heritage Hotel located in Tanah Rata. It's our second stay here... staff were extremely courteous and attentive this time round. Apparently some of them were Indonesians students from a hospitality college in Bintan Island on their industrial training. No complaints except for the dirty, damp and musky smell of the carpet. Problem solved when I plug in the air freshener I brought along (me super kiasi and had sort of anticipated this hehehe, bet you never thought of this huh??) and we practically wore slippers all the time in the room.
For RM468, we got 2 nights stay, it's quite a bargain since it was peak period. It came with breakfast for two on both mornings, steamboat dinner for two on the first day and two western set dinner on the second day. Will post about them later on.
These were the apartment blocks which I think some locals are staying there. Some units were rented out to tourists. We stayed at the tower block. @$% they gave us a room above where the tour buses parked below. Grrrrr every morning the buses will start their engine around 7.00 blardy am!!!! On top of that it got noisier when the drivers started chatting and their passengers started to hang around the buses. Sighhhh... can't even sleep in late.
Some flowers found around the lobby.
My boiboi took this picture, kinda all right huh?
...and he asked me to take a pic of this daisy he picked.
This is him chasing the pigeons at the balcony of the restaurant after breakfast.
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