Zeeda Aziz
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Saturday, 12-Jan-2008 11:44 Email | Share | Bookmark
Holiday in Bukit Merah Laketown Resort

view from balcony
not sure where to go
what's on his face?
way to Orang Utan Island
on the cruise
fluffy thing
splashing time
hot blue sky
i am not follwing you
admiring my bro
out of curiosity
Waterfront Villa

It's our first time came here to this well famous waterpark in northern part of Malaysia.

HUmm..kalau nak pergi sana and stay for couple of days,
I highly recommend people to stay at Waterfront Villa.
Only RM200 for one night stay.
3 rooms, 2 bathrooms, Astro, fridge, stove, even washing machine provided.
Bawaklah serombongan Kak Kiah pun..memang selesa la....

Thank God,
...it was better that staying at Laketown Hotel.

Apa daknya, for standard (deluxe room, that's what the called it), it cost about RM300.
The hotel lobby dah la kecik, I think perhaps about 700sqft, it's dark and not welcoming at all.

Hell, I'm not paying RM300 for that kind of hotel, it's not even called a 'resort'.

Last 2 weeks, when I went and stay at ShangRi-La Putrajaya, it cost me RM308,
I should say,
it worth more that the bill charged.
I even got a butler!

Anyway, staying at the apartment owned by a doctor,
the apartment is very homey kind,
my children were so comfortable staying at the house,
even the view of the Bukit Merah Lake right infront of the balcony is breathtaking.

Rasa x nak balik!

The water park area are not as large as Sunway.
For those who have been to Carnivall Sungai Petani,
more or less, the play area is around the same stretch.

To go to Orang Utan Island,
we need to take a boat across the beautiful lake.
However, we really hope that they would expand the island with
more wildlife so it would look more exciting and natural.

Maybe siberian tiger or something?

Eco park is great. I really enjoy walking at the Natural Trail.
Small white squirrel monkey that look like Lemur walking side by side with us.
Even peacock just walk across us arrogantly.

Animals here are well kept, and at the petting area,
cute anggoras, guinea pig, rabbits are allowed to be feed by visitors.
But, please buy their food at the entrence for RM3/ RM5.

Going there again?-
Perhaps...if the day is not so hot.

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