MANAGE WEB FOLDERS: TigerRock - Island & Jungle Living

 Pangkor Island • Malaysia


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Excellent Holiday!

Added: June 9, 2010
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Hi Mohan. I'm sure you do still remember danny. Husband visited tiger rock along his wife past weekend because of her business trip.

I've had a strong will to write and thank you for your warm hospitality and great foods from Bavani. This short stay at tiger rock leaves me a long lasting memory which I will definitely spread out the word to more people who concern.

Tiger rock is a great, unique and I have to say a very polarized product. Those who love it will love it forever.

Once again, thank you for your time and great effort putting us to the best pleasure. Never had such a divine service and foods even if I had a stay at 5 stars.

Cheers,

Danny


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From every window in every house you see the jungle.

The Studio is beautiful, especially the rock bathroom.

It is so quiet, so green everywhere. So peaceful. The atmosphere is so good. Bawani’s cooking is so tasteful and so with love for details.

It is away from the world. And Mohan is a part of all of it. A special spot in Malaysia. We think we have seen the best of Pangkor.

Thank You Bawani and Mohan. We will let everyone know!

Lucy (Tulley)& Joanneke (Verwiel) alias Mr. & Mrs. Verwiel


Added: June 9, 2010
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Dear Mohan and team,

We would like to thank all of you for a truly unforgettable holiday at Tiger Rock. I think the children were at first a bit taken aback after your wise lessons on basic rules when living in the jungle, but after you taught them that they can even safely hold a stick with a very poisonous viper attached to it without anything bad happening, they got the message.

Thank you also for asking Bavanni (I hope the spelling is right) to teach Annelies to cook a few dishes that she did not master yet. It seems we will see a dramatic change to our daily menus.

We all look back on a very inspiring trip along Buddhist and Hindu temples and we truly appreciate your instructions and explanations of some of the rituals. The fact that the priest in the Hindu temple was prepared to treat us as though we were part of his flock was also pretty amazing. The children loved the trips on your motor cycle and they are still grateful for the underwater goggles.

We all very much enjoyed your company and the discussions we had on all sorts of subjects. In short, this was a terrific experience and we cherish our memories of Tiger Rock, the great food and the fantastic and very personal service from you and your team.


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“..so, basically wanted tell you that we had an amazing honeymoon thanks to you, and that the travel itinerary you devised for us was absolutely perfect, with the right amount of all the things we wanted! Tiger Rock in particular - which we would never have been able to find on our own - was a particular highlight of the trip, from Mohan's and everybody's hospitality to the amazing place, setting, food and island in general! So, a really great many thanks indeed!”

Added: June 21, 2010
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Dear Mohan

Firstly, before boring you with detail, let me thank you and your team for making our stay at Tiger Rock so memorable. It has taken me some time to think of how to contribute a meaningful comment for you 'visitors’ book'. This is mainly because, in conventional terms, Tiger Rock is neither a 'resort' nor a 'hotel'. It lacks the trappings of 'menus', 'cocktail lists', 'dial-up room service' and a 24-hour reception desk. It benefits immensely from having none of these. It has no need for menus or 'choice' at mealtimes - having to make such a choice would put an (albeit light) burden of decision making on your guests; far better as it is, to be served what has been created with you (the guest) in mind - and to be able to relax in the knowledge that you will be privileged to sample food of outstanding quality. What a lucky man you are to live and work in such an idyllic setting and to have such a truly talented cook for a wife!

Tiger Rock is a truly unique place. I remember other contributors to your visitors' book have commented upon the spiritual aspect to the place. I also must admit that for some reason the words 'Dharma' and 'Zen' did figure in my thoughts when staying with you.

I send you my very sincere thanks and best wishes to you, your family and the rest of the team. Christine and I hope to return one day.


Added: July 21, 2010
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Dear Mohan,

I would like to thanks you again for the wonderful experience we had at your hotel. Many thanks for your warm hospitality during our stay. Never had I experienced such a great host in a hotel! We should send all the people working in the hotels business you your place to see what the meaning of the word hospitality means. You’re Hospitality and the warm welcome from you and your staff is something that makes staying at Tiger Rock a unique experience.

Good luck to you and your family and we’ll do our best to promote Tiger Roc to our clients!

Gerald and family


Added: August 2, 2010
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Just to say thanks again as we had a great time at Tiger Rock. Mohan, Bavani and the rest of the team made our day there so wonderful :)

Hope to be back soon!


Added: August 3, 2010
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Dear Rebecca and David,

Sarah and I stayed at Tiger Rock last November (2009) for a couple of days (booked through Ethos Travel in London), and since then we have never stopped thinking and taking about the place. The one thing we have always felt bad about was that we didn’t leave or send any feedback. This was not because we had any reservations about Tiger Rock, far from it, but it had all already been said, and we couldn’t think of any superlatives that had not been previously used. And guest books that just say the same thing over and over tend not be the most entertaining of reads.

However, now I have some original feedback to send you - which consists of my sister and her husband, Jean and Geoff Paul! They will be staying at Tiger Rock in early August. We raved about it so much, that they thought they had better experience it for themselves. The nice thing is they are travelling to England from Australia especially for our wedding. And to add to the tale, we think Mohan and Bavanni must have special powers, here’s a photo that was taken during our visit - but the odd thing is that we only got engaged several months later! I do remember it made me chuckle at the time. They must have known something that we didn’t!

I have a principle that I rarely go back to anywhere I have been before on holiday, as there is so much in the world to experience. But we would both happily make Tiger Rock an exception to that rule, and I wouldn’t be surprised if when we next travel to the Far East, our feet will find their way to Pangkor. I do very much hope that Jean and Geoff (who, lucky things, are heading for China Tiger as well) enjoy their stay and the welcome

as much as we did. We will be thinking of them there, and doubtless wishing it was us! With kind regards to you, and to everyone at Tiger Rock who made it all so special for us.

ROBERT ELLIS AND SARAH WILLCOX

(OR THE VERY SOON TO BE ROBERT AND SARAH ELLIS.)


Added: Aug 3, 2010
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Dear Rebecca,

We just returned from our holiday in Pangkor, and we would like to let you know how much we enjoyed our stay at Tiger Rock. I don¡¯t have to tell you that the resort is a jewel for its setting in the jungle, for the beautiful pool, for your lovely art and the lovely open common spaces, we really enjoyed the open room up the hill in the evenings and in a rainy lazy afternoon, as well as the library and of course the dinning room. It was nice that the way things are set up we were able to interact with other families and exchange experiences, and the children could have fun together. Our children loved the jungle, enjoyed seeing monkeys and spotted one hornbill, and we had a lot of family fun playing tennis (sorry, we left a ball stuck on top of the fence and were unable to bring it down¡­).

But what really made the difference were, as usual, the people, and we have rarely felt as welcome and spoilt as we did in Tiger Rock by Mohan and his team. There was a happy and festive mood the whole time, which did not subside even after the tree branch fell on the kitchen and the whole team was really stressed to get everything back to work properly as soon as possible. Everyone went out of their way to accommodate us, always with a genuine smile. Mohan took us to the nicest beaches, but what we really, really enjoyed was the way he set up the trip around the island, with the introduction to the Chinese and Hindu temple ceremonies. We have seen many temples this trip, coming from Myanmar, but personally experiencing each ceremony was a very different and special thing. And then there was Bavani cooking, and I tell you, we were dreaming of the next day meals the night before. She is a really accomplished chef, and everything we tasted was very fresh, very delicious and felt homely. This is such a rarity to find when travelling.

So we really want to congratulate you, Mohan and the whole team for the lovely and rare place you all made of Tiger Rock Resort. We just wish it was closer!

Our warmest wishes to everyone,

Astrid, Jo0Š0o, Hugo and Rodrigo


Added: September 1, 2010
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