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Pension Tilia @ Cesky Krumlov

Pesion Tilia is a really sweet guest house that’s located at the periphery of the walled old town of Cesky Krumlov.  It’s away from the hustle and bustle of old town yet still within a 5 minutes short walk into it.  It’s also a 10 minutes walk from spicak bus station so it’s really convenient if you’ve got luggage and don’t want to haul it all over the place.   Continue reading

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Pension Lindner @ Munich, Germany

We stayed at Pension Lindner during our time in Munich and I could not be more pleased about this pension.  It is located at the center of Dultstraße, a shopping street with plenty of eateries that connects Sendlinger Tor Station and Marienplatz Station so it is pretty easy to get to anywhere from the pension.  It is a 10 minutes walk to either stations.         Continue reading

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Sekin Fisherman Village Hotel & Resort @ Sekinchan, Malaysia

**2015 Update on Sekin Fisherman Village Hotel & Resort  : I stayed here in 2014 and found everything average.  Not particularly wow, nor not particularly terrible; and not politically involved .  But I am receiving a lot of negative feedbacks in 2015 about the place (read comments below), please rethink your choices.**

Sekin Fisherman Village Hotel & Resort is one of the largest accommodation establishments in Sekinchan with the beach right behind the hotel.  With a theme of romantic white, the hotel rate is decent starting at RM 100 + and above, comparing to other hotels that are homestays or converted from commercial shoplots with rates from RM 50 and above.      Continue reading

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First World Hotel @ Genting Highlands, Malaysia

The First World Hotel has an impressive 6118 rooms, which makes it the world’s  largest hotel in the period of 2005 – 2007 and it is listed in the Guinness World Records.  If you are visiting Genting Highlands, there are high chances that you will be staying in this hotel because the other two hotels Genting Highlands and Maxims are reserved for high rollers.     Continue reading

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