HOTEL A COLMAR : A COLMAR
HOTEL A COLMAR : MARINA INTERNATIONAL HOTEL CA
Hotel A Colmar
Lets take a little walk....
Location: Colmar Tropicale, Berjaya Resort Bukit Tinggi.
Off the Karak Highway, at Bukit Tinggi exit. Look for the signboard to Berjaya Hills Resort, Estimated 40 minutes drive from downtown KL.
The resort takes into form the replica of the original town of Colmar in France (in the Alsace wine region). Hence Colmar Tropicale signifies its location being in the tropical setting of Malaysia.
Being 40 minutes away from KL, this resort can be filled with day trippers. They are not coming for free though. An entry fee of RM10 per person is due at the entrance (a 4-in-1 entrance fee for Colmar Tropicale itself, the Japanese Garden, the Japanese Tea House and the Rabbit Park). If you are a hotel staying guest, the admission will be waived.
There are about 250 room units sporadically located in 8 different architecturally marvelous buildings - especially the roof tiles and the European-like cobblestone paths. Also the rooms are decorated with unmistakably French influence - iron deco, carvings, pastel-coloured schemes, etc.
Just having a leisure time with my kids there yesterday. Amazing development i must say, but its lively only during the weekends. Its sad to see most of the surrounding "fort" were closed due to the lack of tourist and maintenance cost. Pleasant place to lazy around, and be prepare to pay everything 3-4 times higher...:D
I took this on a walk in Colmar, France. It's located in the Alsace region that boarders Germany. (And in many ways feels more like Germany than France.) We walked everywhere. We gave ourselves a self-guided tour that included Petit Venise (Little Venice). We almost missed it for it is indeed petite.
And we stayed at majestic palace hotel florianopolis, a three-star hotel that afforded us a little luxury. It had a little pool in the basement with a bridge going over it to connect to the rest of the gym/spa area. And at night we watched bits of dubbed American movies.
There was a tiny restaurant down the street that Anne Marie and I ate at twice. It had only one waiter. We never saw anyone else working there. The chef, we believe, cooked in a kitchen in the basement and sent up the orders in a dumbwaiter.
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