Thursday, April 30, 2009

Mentakap Bukit Bendera Resort

Bukit Bendera Resort
-->I went to Mentakap, Pahang recently to visit my friends. I stayed in Bukit Bendera Resort for one night.
Bukit Bendera Resort
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Bukit Bendera Resort is a 3-star resort which started its operation since 1996. It's a 4-storeyed building resort with 80 rooms. The resort rooms are divided into 6 categories and the rates range from RM 90 to RM 218. Colour TV set, idd phone line, electric kettle and tea set are available in the resort room.

In addition to the above facilities, Bukit Bendera Resort also provides restaurant, lounge, conference room, swimming pool, gymnasium, tennis courts, sauna and children playground.

Bukit Bendera Resort
-->Bukit Bendera Resort is located at Taman Bukit Bendera, Mentakap. The beautiful environment with cool fresh breeze is very ideal for weary travelers to stay. Getting to Bukit Bendera Resort is really easy and convenient. It's just five minutes drive from Mentakap town.

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Ipoh Regalodge Hotel

Ipoh Regalodge Hotel
After leaving Penang, we went to Ipoh to visit my wife's friend. We stayed at Regalodge Hotel in Ipoh for one night.

Regalodge Hotel is located in Ipoh city center. It's an ideal hotel to stay whether you are on business trip or leisure travel. There are numerous of Ipoh delicacy food available nearby Regalodge Hotel. You can enjoy shopping spree as Ipoh Parade, Memory Lane Bazaar, Greentown shops and Jusco Kinta City are not far away from Regalodge Hotel. Ipoh main commercial and financial hubs are within walking distance from Regalodge Hotel.

Ipoh Regalodge HotelWide Screen LCD TV

Ipoh Regalodge Hotel
Comfortable Beds

Ipoh Regalodge Hotel Clean Bathroom

Ipoh Regalodge Hotel
Electric Kettle & Tea Set
Regalodge Hotel is a 3-star hotel with 86 guest rooms. Hotel rooms facilities include a wide screen LCD television, air conditioning, comfortable beds, clean bathroom, electric kettle, tea set, wireless internet and hair dryer.
Regalodge Hotel has the most modern facilities, such as SPA, fitness room and foot massage center, so that visitors can relax physically and mentally and return home with full satisfactory.
Ipoh Regalodge Hotel
The hotel cafe provides delicious Malaysia cuisine. We had to take our dinner at the hotel cafe because it was raining heavily that evening. We were disappointed with the food served by the hotel cafe.

We would be 100% satisfied staying at Regalodge Hotel if the food that we had at the hotal cafe was mouth watering.

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Penang 4-Star Lousy Hotel

Berjaya George TownMy wife and I went to Penang to attend a relative's wedding during March. I booked a hotel room before our departure to Penang. This hotel is located in George Town, Penang. It's a 4-star hotel. I paid RM 165 for the hotel room.

Berjaya George Town
When arriving in Penang, the first thing I did was to check-in hotel. As we were hurrying to look for the wedding location, we didn't brought our luggage to the hotel room. We returned to the hotel after finding the wedding location. We were really disappointed with the hotel room condition. We didn't request for room replacement because we were rushing to attend the wedding dinner.

We checked-out the next morning. This hotel is under the management of a transnational corporation. I wouldn't step in any hotel that manages by this transnational corporation in the future. What would be the outcome if a foreigner encountered this sad experience when traveling in Malaysia ?

Monday, April 6, 2009

1Malaysia Blogger Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak

Today in Malaysia if you are not a blogger, it seems that you are outdated. I am not boasting because the fourth Prime Minister of Malaysia Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad and the present Prime Minister of Malaysia Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak both of them are bloggers.

I published a post on this blog regarding Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad and now I am going to write about Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak. The 1Malaysia Blogger Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak was newly sworn in as the sixth Prime Minister of Malaysia on 03/04/2009.

In his maiden speech as prime minister, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak ordered the release of 13 Internal Security Act detainees and cancelled the ban on two publications. Other highlights of his speech are to review the Internal Security Act and to be an inclusive leader of all Malaysians.

What amazed me as a citizen of Malaysia is that Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak claimed himself as the prime minister for all Malaysians. Is it means that all the former Prime Ministers of Malaysia were leaders for certain people only ? It really sound interesting.