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    Quote Originally Posted by terry57
    All the inside info is on the first page.
    yes sorry, just re read it.
    i was only looking at the pictures earlier.

    I would love to go there.

    How much would a week cost you on a stingyish person's budget?

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    Turtle bay really is a lovely piece of the world.

    The sand is pure white and that sort of squeaky feeling one gets in special places. The environment is unspoiled as punters must leave this bay by sundown and they have rangers that live here full time to enforce it. This is prime turtle egg laying territory and the government take this very seriously which is enlightening. We had this bay to ourselves for the day as our base and very bloody lucky we were. This is why i always travel to these places out of season.
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    Really nice terry love the pics

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    ^^

    We payed 90 ringit for our room with air con and hot water as the season was near on over.

    Go in season and you will pay around 160 and the only way you would get these bungalows would be to pre book it.

    All other costs, ( beer and food ) are equivalent to Thailand but i recommended not to go in season as the place would be full of punters just like Koh Phangan or Tao and be shite.

    Plan your trip well Nooners and you will be rewarded.

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    Flora

    The flora on these islands are superb and many different specie of plants and trees abound. I think these are a specie of the mangrove tree and can anybody help me on this one. ?

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    Pirates cove.


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    Fresh water spring at the end of the bay and totally unpolluted by humans .


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    Days end.

    We had a brilliant day snorkeling, eating squid and generally having a top time with the help of our boat dude who was a champion fella. We gave him a nice tip and he was well chuffed.

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    The new pier on long beach and we are leaving today.


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    On the boat and back to civilization.


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    Leaving the perhintians far behind.


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    Back in the taxi on our way back to Kota Bharu.


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    Back in Kota Bharu.


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    ^
    that's the problem with holidays.

    yo always have to go home.

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    A nice feed of Nasi Lemak to celebrate our trip.


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    Special brew 8.8%

    A very special photo of the extremely powerful fire water that is Special Brew.

    Recommended to drink only a night time as one could be comatosed very quickly if indulging at lunch time.

    This is for you Begbie. Cheers

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    On to Taman Negara National Park.

    Ok, that was the Perhintians Islands in the far north east corner of Malaysia on the Thai border and i hope you enjoyed the tour.

    We are now at Kota Bharu train station at 6.00am in the morning and have a 6 hour train ride on the jungle train traveling through the Rain Forest.

    Our destination is Jerantut and this is closest town to the Taman Negara National Park.

    Ill post a thread on this in the future .

    cheers.

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    Very nice, looked like a great trip mate. A couple of friends went there last year and said it was stunning and highly recomended it. I will have to give it a bash.

    Keep up the good work.

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    BTW. Yeh i got your e-mail.

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    Thanks terry great thread and pics I noticed nobody wearing life jackets on the boat(see sign)

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    Thumbs up

    Thanks for that post Terry. Those pics certainly brought back some fantastic memories - wonderful stuff. I did a route similar to you - I even recognise that boat that took you out to Perhentian!

    I stayed at Arwana Eco resort on Perhentian Besar. The place needed a little TLC but the attached dive shop was fantastic - the dive trips were world class.

    Had a great time in Malaysia - I would probably rather go back there or to Philippines than to Thailand these days, but that's just me

    Cheers again!

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    was hoping to get a tour

    Okay, I am 30 years old. I have just completed a Contiki tour and loved it. Although I want to go back to Europe, I was hoping to get a tour company that had more people on the tour in their 30s. All information would be appreciated. I would be travelling from North America. What is a company that provides good European tours for people in their 30s? Can you help me with your great answers?

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    This trip report had escaped my attention.

    Amazing pics and thoughts terry57! Well done!

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    great stuff , looks like its wortha visit for those beaches, cool thead

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