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Gunung Ledang Resort: Camping in the Nature

Gunung Ledang Resort is the only resort at the foothills and is a popular venue for campers, and allows one to commune with nature at its best.

The resort offers ideal gateway for those dreaming of enjoying nature at its rugged best in the safe comfort at home.

Room Charges :
1) Standard Room - Weekday RM120 per room per nite, Weekend and Public Holiday RM150 per room per nite.

2) Deluxe Room - Weekday RM160 per room per nite, Weekend and Public Holiday RM200 per room per nite.

3) Jungle Cabin - Weekday, Weekend and Public Holideay RM50 per cabin per nite.

Room Service
Colour TV and fridge in each room
All rooms with bath, toilet, hot and cold water supply
Direct Dialing IDD lines
Ample car parking bays
Swimming Pool
Games Rooms
Karaoke Lounge
Restaurant & Cafeteria
Parking Space
Bicycle for rent
Vendy Machine
Public Telephone
Daily newspaper
Table Tennis

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Related to: Adventure Travel, Mountain Climbing, Camping
  • Written July 11, 2004
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  • l_joo profile photo l_joo
  • Reviews: 2929

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Just in case you worry Segamat has no hotels, this tip is a proof for you to make sure you don't visit Segamat by sleeping on the street at night. I saw at least 3 big hotels, more than just this one in photo, so just don't worry.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Related to: Road Trip, Budget Travel
  • Written July 18, 2005
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  • minicooperita profile photo minicooperita
  • Reviews: 1

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golden lae hotel, villa hotel, sri pelangi hotel: Review for 3 hotels in Segamat

I had the chance to stay at 3 Segamat hotels namely sri pelangi, villa and golden lake. Generally, they were nothing to shout about but you can't expect 5 star services from such a small town like Segamat.

Having said that, these hotels are the "big" hotels in Segamat and fall under mid range categories.I stayed at all 3 hotels in the "suite" room.

First, Seri Pelangi hotel. Room rate were 180. Its located quite far from the town, approximately 5km from Segamat town. The good thing about this hotel is it has a swimming pool (in fact the only hotel in this town with this facility). Room was terrible. I didn't expect much, but the furniture were all very old and bed was so uncomfortable. U can't even sit at the sofa as it is really hard. Room was quite spacious but condition in the room was terrible.

Second, Villa hotel. The plus point for this hotel is its location. You would like this hotel because its located next to McDonald. So if your tummy needs something in the middle of the nite, just go down and your bud will be satisfied. Lol.In the room, suite is also spacious. 1 queen bed and sofa.Overall I quite like this hotel.I would recomennd it to anyone out there.

Third is the Golden Lake hotel. I first thiught that this hotel must be facing a lake hence the name. But I was wrong as this hotel is also located in the city centre of Segamat. The suite room (rm164) was very spacious. It has 2 queen beds, 2 extra chairs and coffee table, equipped with TV with ESPN, Star Movies, etc. What amazed me is the cleanliness of this hotel. Perhaps because it is relatively new. Lighting was brilliant, toilet has bath tub, and air conditioning did an excellent job. All in all, this is definitely my personal preferred hotel in Segamat. I would highly recommend it. It is new, and very clean.

I stayed at all 3 hotels in 2009 and 2010.

Hope the above review helps you out there. Cheers.

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Related to: Singles, Budget Travel, Business Travel
  • Written March 26, 2010

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