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Over Tanjong Jara Resort
Dit weelderige resort kijkt uit op de Zuid-Chinese zee. Bij de Teratai Pool Terrace geniet u van heerlijke traditionele gerechten als nasi goreng en er is regelmatig een 'gamelan' voorstelling. In de omgeving kunt u tijdens een riviercruise hagedissen, apen, riviertrotters, ijsvogels en zeearenden spotten. Als u hier in de periode van april tot september verblijft kunt u zelfs, als u geluk heeft, gigantische zeeschildpadden hun eieren zien leggen op het strand. In deze periode kunt u ook uitstekend duiken bij het prachtige eiland Pulau Tenggol. Om bij te komen van alle activiteiten kunt u zich heerlijk terugtrekken in de prachtige Spa Village. Ook de inwendige mens komt hier niets te kort, naast de spa vormt de keuken een van de troeven van dit resort: zeer afwisselende menu's voor fijnproevers en traditionele Maleise ingrediënten.
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Airco, plafondventilator, WiFi, LCD-televisie, telefoon, kluisje, koelkastje, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten en badkamer met bad en aparte douche.
Zoals Bumbung, met zeezicht.
Zoals Bumbung, ruimer met een veranda.
Gelegen aan de oostkust van het schiereiland van Maleisië, op een uur rijden van het vliegveld.
• 2 Restaurants
• 2 Zwembaden
• Watersportmogelijkheden zoals duiken, snorkelen, kajakvaren en windsurfen
• Golfen in de omgeving
• Diverse dagexcursies
Verder zuidwaarts langs de oostkust ligt op 8 kilometer ten oosten van het plaatsje Dungun het geweldige Tanjong Jara Resort. Er zijn witte zandstranden langs de kust en regenwouden in de binnenlanden. Met name in de zomermaanden vormt dit resort een uitstekende uitvalsbasis.
"Wonderful hideout in Malaysia"
We were on a full board company trip with this wonderful resort last week. Everything were great and the experience were superb. Of course with YTL standard and the 5 star price. The hotel welcome us with drinks and cold towers, the hotel lobby is beautiful just like the pictures. The environment is totally 100% back to the nature. The rooms are perfect with huge bath rooms, big comfy beds and I love the wooded smell. It feels really back to kampung but 5 star service. The bath room amenities smells so good with tropical fruit flavored, mostly everyone were amazed by the amenities. Due to full board meals, I don't really expect it can be perfect. But the dishes were blown me away, the chef did a good job on all the meals and the taste is wonderful! Breakfast choices was normal but it definitely can fits everyone from any country. Due to the resort is kind a deserted away from main towns, the resort facilities is no joke. They have many programs And activities for the guest to enjoy. Just waking around and explore the resort is already entertaining. Of course there's some team games arrange by the resort were fun and learning in the same time. Well for shopping kakis and city nerds might found its a little nothing to see but since you are here why not just put down your handphone and embrace the nature. I had a great time spending here, even just wasting time at the pools or by the beach. Surely will recommend to every one else.
"Peaceful serenity with authentic malay experience"
If you're looking for quiet time with authentic malay experience, this is the place for you. We stayed for 3 nights and got the best room right on the beach. Each morning we woke up at 5.30 am and watched the sunrise from our balcony. It was heavenly. The staff goes above and beyond to help you with all you may need, the breakfast was good and the overall ambience is just so serene. Make sure you go for the spa village, its truly epic as well as the Kampung Suci Murni experience (every Saturday at 5pm) for malay food and games. And go learn about the turtle conservation efforts right in the resorts compound. They have turtle sanctuaries and you can adopt and name a nest there if you're interested. They release newly hatched turtles into the ocean every now and again (peak season is in May to July) but they also released 78 hatchlings when we were there in mid Oct, with another 3 santuaries to go. We learnt a lot about the conservation efforts and will definitely go back for more.
"A jewel tucked away in a small fishing village"
We had a superb time at this hotel, and what made it was the attention we received from the staff. Whenever we needed anything, be it a drink while we sat in one of those beautiful cabana overlooking the beach, or ice in our room, the staff were always there doing their best. That alone earned this hotel the 5 stars. However, as for the hotel itself, it does look a little dated and may be in need of some care and maintenance. (Perhaps that's why it is closing for a month in November. In which case, it will again be one of the best hotels to stay at in Malaysia - in terms of value and sheer experience) Pros : The sea facing rooms are well worth the extra costs. We loved walking out of our rooms and settling into a cabana in front of our room to spend a lazy afternoon. The cabanas are on a first come first served basis - and there was enough around (but it was low season). Also, the wait staff on the beach are ever so helpful and bring you iced water to keep you hydrated and also take your orders for any other food/drinks you may require. That was really wonderful. The food at the restaurants was also very good. Pretty pricey, but ok for a hotel of this type. There are very few options outside of this hotel, as it is in a tiny little town ( but t does have a McDonald's in town - just in case you are desperate). But really, we had such good meals here at the restaurant. And the main restaurant with their ever so friendly 'chatty' chefs Maz & Anne are also a delight. You have to try dinner there. But beware, the portions are large. Cons : The check-in took awfully long. There was no one else checking in, but it still took about 5 staff at the front desk to check us in, and it took 25 minutes. But at least we had a nice cold drink while we waited and the staff were so friendly and chatty, so, I guess the time past quickly. Someone just needs to look at their process. Over all, I would still rate this a 5 star resort, because of its location and beautiful beach and the staff. I would certainly be going back to this hotel every chance I get. Great for a quick weekend away from the city.
Me and my husband has booked this hotel as a deal with flight also through kenwood travel ,at an amazing price which included flights and hotel breakfast and evening meal . Upon arrival at terrangau airport our transfer to hotel was delayed but once we arrived the manager quickly apologised and upgraded us to one of two luxury villas on the end of the beach with our own little part with loungers and a bottle of wine in our room . Have to say the room was gorgeous absolutely huge with a massive open air bath ,double sinks in bathroom huge shower and double wardrobes each with robe and slippers. You are given loads of free bottled water each day in room plus you are. Served ice water all day long around pools and on the beach . Have to give a huge thanks to our friends Ricky and joe at the terrattiti pool bar who welcomed us every day and kept us amused a real credit to this hotel . We are at the main restaurant each morning for breakfast plenty of everything for everyone to choose from and at night chef Ann or maz ask you what you would like and how you like it cooked excellent food . Got to see baby turtles released to the sea which they do most nights was very good to watch . Would say this us the most beautiful hotel and place I have been will definitely be back and would recommend to everyone .
"Stunning Hotel with the friendliest staff"
My Husband and I stayed at the Tanjong Jara in October 2016. After the long flight from the UK, we were greeted by the friendliest staff, refreshments and the given our tour of the stunning hotel to our room. The hotel is perfectly situated on the South china sea, so offers both beach and pools. We were given a 'Menu' of activities that ran throughout our stay from Elephant and sea turtle conservation, to Hiking up waterfalls with handicraft classes and Sucimuni thrown in in-between! (They offer a Dungun night market tour once a week, avoid this! Its nothing more than a market selling knock-off I-phone chargers. There is a food part to the back of the market if you want to sample local food, but perhaps not worth the bus fair!) The rooms are large, clean and comfortable with AC units. The Menu's are varied for lunch and the breakfast spread offers an option for any diet. But dinner is some thing else. You are handed an menu, then shortly after one of the chef's comes out to talk you through your options. Chef Anne is not only a great chef concocting whatever you may fancy that evening, but she has so much character! She really made our evenings! The only sore point would be the price of the food and drink. Expect to pay London prices for things. But in a 5* resort with not much around it, this may not be that surprising. The quality was such though, that we didn't mind paying the prices shown. I would highly recommend this hotel to others, and would go again if it wasn't just that little too far far just a beach holiday.
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