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The Mutiara is the only normal hotel in the area, the rest are low quality locally run guesthouses and hostels. So relatively, this hotel is a gem. In an absolute sense, the hotel is a little above average. Our room was a lovely individual cottage...More
We arrived at the border of the National Park late afternoon during heavy rainfall and a thunderstorm and thought we would never make it to the other border of the river. But people from the floating restaurants were very friendly and said we could hide...More
Cottages on the edge of the jungle are nice to stay in. Boats bring you to one of the floating restaurants on the other side for a few cents. Almost all of them have good things on to eat and significantly cheaper than at mutiara...More
We took the boat trip (just a flat boat where you have to sit in for 2 1/2 hours) to Taman Negara and once we arrived we were welcomed by friendly staff at the park. A small boat will take you across the river for...More
Visited this hotel with my wife last month.
Location wise this is best, right at the start of the national park and staff was friendly - mostly so those are the 2 stars and that's where it ends.
Location : This is a best part....More
USD 22 - USD 133 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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If by public transfer you have to take the bus from Kuala Tahan (the station just crossing the taman negara/walking distance) to Jerantut. Then from Jerantut taking the bus to Kuala Lumpur. Drop off at Pekelilibg station... More
If by public transfer you have to take the bus from Kuala Tahan (the station just crossing the taman negara/walking distance) to Jerantut. Then from Jerantut taking the bus to Kuala Lumpur. Drop off at Pekelilibg station. Then, you have to take goKL citybus redline to KL Sentral to get the airport train.
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"Try to get a villa with a small number - we had number 106. It is a 5-8 min walk to reach the lobby..."