The Space Our premise is pretty big. It's Semi-detached with an extension of a kitchen and offers 4 bedrooms.
Master Bedroom with Queen Bed attached with Bathroom, 2nd Room Queen bed attached with Bathroom, 3rd 2nd Room Queen bed 4th Bedroom double Decker bed. The premise have a three dining space for a family rest.
Room 1 ,2 & 3 attached with Aircondition , Room 4 Fan . Guest Access You can access to all the area of the premise. We have a big garden at the backyard with some tropical fruits like Papaya, Coconuts, Durian’s, ‘Rambutans’, ‘Langsat’ and etc. Depending on fruits season .
Outdoor living we have a Pool for Kids, Bali’s Wooden Gazebo, Gardens for Family. Interaction with Guests I’m working with Airlines Company and my hobbies are travel over the world. I can speak English, Malay We run the homestay ourselves.
Hope to see you soon ! The Neighborhood This is a quiet and serene neighborhood. We are all friendly folks, so do say ‘Hi’ if you ever bump into them Getting Around Walking Distance : Jengka Sentral ( Bus and Taxi station ) , Stadium Tun Adbul Razak Felda FC , Hospital , Jengka Town ( Bandar Pusat Jengka )
UiTM Jengka ( 1 KM ) ,
Gunung Senyum Recreational Forest (Hutan Lipur) - 30KM Other Things to Note Hutan Lipur Gunung Senyum (Gunung Senyum Recreational Forest ) around 30km from the Sal's Homestay
Gunung Senyum is 486 meters (1600 feet) high. You can climb up the hill to the top where there is a bay-route indicating the height level and serves as a geological survey beacon and reference mark for topographical bearing and co-ordinates for Pahang . The main attraction here is of course the caverns and caves. So make sure to bring along a good torch or head-light, and wear suitable shoes and pants for the exploration.There are about 18 caves inside Gunung Senyum, while there are about 7 caves within Jebak Puyuh.The caves are easily accessible, mostly interconnected with one another and hence they are quite easy to explore, although a guide is highly advised as novices can easily get lost in the dark caverns and caves. In fact, there were a few occasions when people got lost in the maze of caves and forests, so always get a guide (ask from the forest rangers office there) when you go trekking or exploring the caves. ...