Perlis Road Trip for the ‘Invisible’ Bukit Cenderawasih

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22 Responses

  1. Sandy N Vyjay says:

    Perlis was quite an experience. I loved your writing style. I can see a deep undercurrent of philosophy which is really endearing. Travel does make poets and philosophers of us for it teaches you so many simple truths of life.

  2. Ivanna | Provocative Joy says:

    Teja, I am also an introvert and when I travel or hike alone, I have the most profound thoughts. At least they seem so to me, I don’t know if anyone else would say the same. I enjoyed walking up this hill with you!

  3. Lauren says:

    What an adventure! I’m glad you persevered and kept on going! Happy travels and keep on telling your stories! :)

  4. Samantha says:

    I live on an island where there is nowhere to drive to so I love road trips when I get the chance. Good for you for doing weekend trips alone, sometimes it is nice to be on your own agenda. I am glad you were able to find the steps to the hill!

    • Teja says:

      It’s funny isn’t it? In the Maldives which most of us would consider perfect and close to paradise, a local girl told me once how she wanted to see hills and mountains because they’re awesome. Because there aren’t any in the Maldives!

  5. Liza says:

    Looks beautiful! I couldst imagine it’s in Malaysia, looks totally like Australia to me :)
    Thanks for you post! Now I have one more place to visit in my bucket list :)

  6. Susanna says:

    Hahah this is always what urges me to write detailed good blog posts, we can help people looking for adventures and it’s good to be clear about it. I am glad you found it though, I wasn’t sure you were going to at first. I totally think the view is worth it and it sounds like a great day trip.
    P.S. it’s good to see you still traveling even solo! Happy Travels!

    • Teja says:

      Haha I wasn’t sure either, and I wanted to capture that doubt for the reader… so glad the suspense carried through! An adventure is all about the feeling during, right?

  7. Sheila says:

    Good example of perseverance. The view was totally worth it though. I don’t know if I would had made it.

    • Teja says:

      :) I have my moments. There’s a line between perseverance and obsession, I’m never entirely sure which side I’m on…

  8. Daniela || Ipanema travels to says:

    Some good stuff to think about. Very brave decision to start traveling on your own!

    • Teja says:

      I like that part of travel, and when insight like that strikes I feel like I’ve struck gold. :) I’m glad it provoked thought.

  9. Candiss says:

    Wow what an adventure but that view is epic! Well worth the effort!!!

  10. Gabby says:

    good for you for going solo when your friends didn’t want to join! that can be so tough but I admire it!

  11. Chloe says:

    Wow that view is incredible! Would love to visit here one day!!! Stunning!
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  12. Nadine says:

    I just discovered your blog. You have a knack for narrative! If I ever visit Perlis, for this hill I will go searching.

    • Teja says:

      Thank you Nadine, and thanks for subscribing! Do let me know your story if you do. Enjoy the blog and share it! :)

  13. Linda says:

    I’m glad you made the decision to travel solo! Looks like you learned a lot and had a wonderful time!

  14. Suraya says:

    Lovely post Nuraini!