Remove dead skin cells of your feet with the help of the skin-eating fish at this spa. The fish will nibble away the dead skin of your feet leaving the skin looking fresher and healthier. Visitors will be charged RM10.00 for a 30-minute session but you will normally want your massage session to last an hour.more
When people mention Bukit Merah, this is what they have in mind --- the Water Park and Bukit Merah Laketown.How have they missed the true Bukit Merah !But what to do, the power of money changes your perception. Big investment needs big business to ensure big profits !If you backpack, say sorry to them. Go on to the REAL Bukit Merah ........more
A lake Cruiser will ferry visitors from the Marina Village Main Jetty and the Eco Park Jetty to the Orang Utan Island. Step onto the specially built platform and the journey into the world of these intelligent mammals. See these animals in their natural habitats - building a nest high up in the trees, searching for food and interacting with each...more
Continue from Eco Park 1 Days Of Operation and Opening Times Mon, Tue, Wed, Thurs 10.00am - 7.00pm Fri, Sat, Sun 10.00am - 7.30pm School & Public Holidays 10.00am - 7.30pm Note: last ticket sold sold 30 minutes before published closing time. Ticket Prices Adult RM10.00 Child RM7.00 Child (below 90cm) Free Chairlift Days Of Operation and Opening...more
Straddling an area of 11 acres, it is the largest waterpark in the Northern Region of Peninsular Malaysia. There are eight 12 facilities and attractions including:-Monsoon Lagoon Wave PoolGiant Wet Bubble 3 Giant Water Flume Rides2 Body Speed Slides3 Body Slow SlidesActivity PoolAdult Lazy River Kids Area Kids lazy River 2 Kids Body Slides Kids...more
it's a very nice & romantic restaurant...the decoration is excellent...the services are excellent too...but the food is abit pricey...have a good try =)
If you are a tourist in Kuala Lumpur and you want to take a bus directly to bukit merah laketown resort, there is none! Buses will only drop you at kamunting. From Kamunting you have to take another bus to semanggol, and from there take a third bus up to the hill resort. Very tiring!!! Imagine going back and repeating eveything again!
An Orang Asli kampung nearby.
Orang asli = indigenous people of Malaysia.
This is where they bathe. Fish. And have most of their requirements satisfied.