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This is about my upcoming trip to Malaysia and Cambodia. The first part is pre-trip - information about flights, itineraries, accommodation and all the things that you need to do to plan an overseas holiday. This is my first trip to Asia and I hope it may help others. Comments are very welcome and anyone who has travelled to Malaysia and/or Cambodia, please feel free to comment and offer any advice or tips that you think would be helpful. As of today ( 28th February) , in exactly 11 days (minus 30 minutes) I will be in Kuala Lumpur.

I had the most amazing time and hope you enjoy reading about my trip. Each post is numbered and I'm doing them in order from start to finish - a little like a diary.



97. Cameronian Inn

We arrived back at Cameronian Inn which didn't take very long at all.

Above: Cameronian Inn
The Inn is in Mentigi Utama Street/Road and to get into the township, you just turn right, walk down a few minutes and turn left at Camelia Street and you come to the main road. The Tourist Info/Bus Station is sort of in the centre of the road.

Above: Front entrance
When you walk through the front door, the dining area is to your right. There is self service tea and coffee available - but it's not free. Tea is 1.20 ringgit and coffee 1.60. They do have fresh milk which is good. You can also order a cup of tea or coffee but the price is higher. They work on the honour system here - you make your tea/coffee and write it on a piece of paper - name, room no, date, item and price and but it in the basket. There were also some delicious looking home made shortbread as well.

Above: Room 21
This was my room, as I said it was very basic but is was also clean. It was quiet here and when you went out the door there was a huge undercover area with pot plants and other paraphernalia lying around and you just went in the back door to enter in. The shower had a good supply of hot water and there were fresh towels on the bed.

Above: Sitting room
This was the sitting room which I only discovered not long before I left. Don't know how often it gets used.

Above: Cameronian Inn gardens
This section is at right angles from the front door and there was a family with three or four children staying here.

Above: Alfresco
This is in the "front yard" of the place.

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