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Best Photos near Perak, Malaysia – Incl. Emerald Bay, Chinese Temple, Rose, The Ubidiah Mosque
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http://tripwow.tripadvisor.com/tripwow/ta-00b5-4a70-8f00?ytv5=1 The best pictures of Perak taken by travel bloggers at TravelPod.com the web’s premier travel blogging platform. Slideshow created at TripWow.com by TripAdvisor™.
– “5 The Ubidiah Mosque” by Poolman99 from a blog titled “Day 122”
Excerpt: “Well today was a very busy day. I left the grottyish Peking Hotel in Taiping and boarded a bus to Kuala Kangsar. Two days ago in Georgetown I told a travel agent that I wanted to go to Kuala Kangsar and he burst out laughing and said no one had ever asked him about that place! He took me by the arm and told me to get straight to the Cameron Highlands. But, it’s my trip not his so I was on my way. The Lonely Planet guide is pretty indifferent about Kuala Kangsar but I remember reading about a ” …
– “Emerald Bay” by Kamsani from a blog titled “Pangkor’s Best Spot”Excerpt: “This was my third trip to Pangkor. The first two times I stayed at Teluk Nipah. This time around, the destination was Pangkor Laut. A private island resort. ‘One island, one resort’ is their catchphrase. I’ve heard about this island before but finally got the chance to visit the place when I was invited for a two-week work holiday on the island. Very nice! Being the only resort on the island, they strive for great service and many activities. So first up on the activity list was the guided ” …
– “Isolated beach, near Nipah Bay” by Kamsani from a blog titled “New Year in Pangkor”Excerpt: “It was new year’s eve, and we were sitting in KFC in front of Puduraya Station. While having our late dinner, we witnessed the revelers outside and we could hear the fireworks from somewhere in the city. Actually I just couldn’t wait to get out of KL to somewhere quiet and enjoy the new year holiday. It was ***********tain my excitement because the next day I’d be on Pangkor Island for the first time. The journey was straightforward but the most noticeable was the pink taxis. They looked very ” …
– “Cactus” by Vine_hooligans from a blog titled “Cameron Highlands”Excerpt: “A long and slow bus ride from Kuala Lumpur brought us to Cameron Highlands (made-up of 3 main townships at different elevations), 1500m above sea level among the peaks of the main range of Peninsular Malaysia, which allows for more forgiving temperatures. Cameron Highlands was named after William Cameron, a British surveyor who stumbled across the plateau in 1885 during a mapping expedition. Failing to mark his discovery on the map, the location of the plateau was a finally confirmed by ” …
– “Chinese Temple” by Vine_hooligans from a blog titled “Cameron Highlands”
– “Sunset at Emerald Bay” by Kamsani from a blog titled “Pangkor’s Best Spot”
– “Indian temple” by Kamsani from a blog titled “New Year in Pangkor”
– “Rose” by Vine_hooligans from a blog titled “Cameron Highlands”
– “Paddy field somewhere between Lumut & Ipoh” by Kamsani from a blog titled “New Year in Pangkor”
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