National Park Chalets
The comfortable option
What we say:
The most comfortable place to stay is one of the fan-cooled chalets run by the park. They're simply furnished with beds and en-suite bathrooms, but relatively new and in good condition. Standard chalets sleep two people while three-room family chalets can accommodate up to six. Chalets can be found near the National Park Headquarters at Kampung Peta or deeper into the jungle at Kuala Jasin. Electricity is available for a few hours every night courtesy of a generator.
Contact details:Kampung Peta and Kuala Jasin.
What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Family room||150 ringgit||150 ringgit||Three bedrooms|
|Standard - Double||80 ringgit||80 ringgit||Upto 100 ringgit|
Added to Travelfish on: 4th November, 2012
Last visited or updated on: 4th November, 2012
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