Faces of
Malaysia
Melaka

Melaka (a.k.a. Malacca) is the capital of the Malaysian state of Malacca.
Traditionally, the spot where Melaka stands today was the center of Malaccan history. It was the capital of the Malaccan Sultanate and the center of the Malay world in the 15th and the 16th century before it fell to the Portuguese in 1511. Centuries of colonization by the Portuguese, Dutch and the British have shaped the architecture of the town.

Fraser’s Hill

Hill resort spread along 7 peaks at 1,200 - 1,500 meters above sea-level on the Titiwangsa mountain range, about 100km north of Kuala Lumpur. Originally it was set up as a tin mine in the 1890s by Louis James Fraser (hence the name) until the tin ran out in 1913. A few years later the area was rediscovered as British-colonial hill resort. The cooler temperatures made it popular getaway destination from the hot and humid weather for the British. To this day Fraser’s Hill still retains its colonial charm. The area is recognized destination for bird watching with over 250 species recorded. Other activities include jungle trekking, golf, horse riding, archery, boating and mountain biking.

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Tanah Aina Farrah Soraya Eco Resort

address: Jalan Tras, 27600 Raub District, Pahang, Malaysia
tanah-ainah-farrah-sorraya-eco-resort.jpg, Tanah Aina Farrah Soraya is an Eco-Resort in the jungles of Pahang only accessible via off road 4×4 vehicles, about 1 hour outside of Kuala Lumpur. It offers 3 types of accommodation: campsite, dormitory and chalets.
Tanah Aina Farrah Soraya is an Eco-Resort in the jungles of Pahang only accessible via off road 4×4 vehicles, about 1 hour outside of Kuala Lumpur. It offers 3 types of accommodation: campsite, dormitory and chalets.
phone: Juliet +60 16 6090 493, Sara +60 12 3564 717 or Martina at 012-2366 762
website: click here


Master Chalet Ulam Raja
1 unit available
RM280 per person/head – min 4 pax in 2 queen size beds
RM224 per child between 2-10 years old
RM195 per person/head – can fit 2 additional beds
RM155 per child in additional bed
FREE for children below 2 years old

Honeymoon Chalet
4 units available
RM300 per person/head – min 2 pax in 1 queen size bed
RM260 per child between 2-10 years old
RM195 per person/head – can fit 2 additional beds
RM155 per child in additional bed
FREE for children below 2 years old

4 Pax & 7 Pax Dormitory
1 unit of 4 pax dorm
RM265 per person/head for 4 pax dorm
RM212 per child between 2-10 years old
FREE for children below 2 years old

1 unit of 7 pax dorm
RM260 per person/head for 7 pax dorm
RM208 per child between 2-10 years old
FREE for children below 2 years old


9 Pax & 10 Pax Dormitory
1 unit of 9 pax dorm
RM250 per person/head for 9 pax dorm
RM200 per child for 9 pax dorm between 2-10 years old
FREE for children below 2 years old

2 units of 10 pax dorm
RM245 per person/head for 10 pax dorm
RM196 per child between 2-10 years old
FREE for children below 2 years old


Camping by the River
Maximum 60 people in campsite
RM235 per person/head  - choose from 2, 3, 4 or 5 pax in one tent
RM188 per child between 2-10 years old
FREE for children below 2 years old


* Rates are all for 2 days 1 night stay. Check in and check out time is at 12pm. Package comes with guided jungle trekking into the waterfall and guided nightwalk. Carrom and board games are available upon request. Hall usage  is subject to rental fee RM100/hour (inclusive of PA system, 2 wireless microphones, projector, projector screen and free flow of water) 4 meals are inclusive in the package (buffet lunch, buffet tea, BBQ dinner & breakfast the next day)

Daytrip
From 11am – 6pm
RM100 flat rate
Includes guided jungle trekking to waterfall, lunch & evening tea
FREE for children below 2 years old

 

 

 




veranda view at night
veranda view at night


main building at night
main building at night


creek
the creeks that runs through the resort


campsite
the campground by the river


the dormitory
dormitory


flying fox
flying fox


Master Chalet Ulam Raja
Master Chalet Ulam Raja


shared outside bathroom
shared outside bathroom

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