Mutiara Taman Negara Resort
Fancy park lodges
What we say:
This is the only accommodation on the national park side of the river and is the best upmarket option convenient to the park. There's a range of accommodation options from dorms through to fairly smart bungalows, meaning that you don't need to spend the earth in order to stay here -- though you will be paying substantially more for a dorm here than you will across the river. There's also a good sized restaurant on site which serves alcohol (a steep 18 RM for a small can of Tiger!) and you'll also have a good chance of spying wild pigs and other bush critters. The bungalows themselves are dowdy but of a fair standard, if a bit aged, and have small terraces and comfortable furnishings within. The dorms are very expensive compared to across the river but, aside from camping, are the cheapest way to stay this close to the park. Bear in mind that the main trail heads run from the other side of the resort, so you may end up with tourists tramping past your room day in, day out. Staff are courteous and helpful and we were told, by a guest who stayed there, that the evenings are especially pleasant. If you're looking for a fancier stay, this would be our pick.
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Contact details:National Park Headquarters. T: (09) 266 3500 F: (09) 266 1500
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What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Dorm Fan||70 ringgit||70 ringgit|
|Standard - Double||280 ringgit||280 ringgit|
|Superior - Double||320 ringgit||320 ringgit|
|Family room||420 ringgit||420 ringgit|
Added to Travelfish on: 16th July, 2012
Last visited or updated on: 16th July, 2012
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