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Date Posted:Thu, Oct 30 2003, 2:58:04 Author: Selina Sarah Tan Subject: Re: Berjaya Snorkeling In reply to:
's message, "Re: Berjaya Snorkeling" on Sun, Jun 29 2003, 17:46:21
>Just came back from Berjaya Beach resort. Yep, the
>locals did have a store outside the gift shop, but it
>is RM60 for round island snorkelling (RIS), 5 places
>(does not include the Marine park). So we went outside
>searching for other operators and found one ( abt 5
>mins walking out from the guardhouse, the next
>"building" u see after "Aima Fish Grill"), called
>"Boat Arabi Services", offering RM50 for a total of 5
>places including Marine Park, but u have to pay the
>RM5 fee on entering Marine Park. Snorkelling gear and
>life vests provided, and quite new too. Nice boatman
>too - he swims with my cousin (holding her hand, hah,
>hah)as a guide for the 1st two stops when he saw that
>she is new to snorkelling and is a poor swimmer.
>BTW, Boat Arabi Service in the same "building" as the
>makan place "Restoran Hazeme" (both appears to be
>family business as the man whom we book the RIS thro'
>is called Hazeme) which offers value for money food,
>much cheaper than Berjaya! A meal (RM 20) at Palm
>Restaurant costs can cover at least 3 meals there. We
>stayed at Berjaya for 4 days, and had all our meals at
>Hazeme restoran. Should try the crispy squid and
hi guys...i'm going redang this april wif my groups of frens.just wondering is there any church around,not in the island of course.as some of us hv just been baptism,we do not want to miss the sunday mass.what i mean is in the town area. pls reply.