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Nightmare holiday bungalow for family

Written by: mottaman | 12 Oct 2017 11:37
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Something everyone looks forward to is a nice holiday with the family in a clean, comfortable place.

However, things did not go too well for a family of 14 when the holiday bungalow they booked in Hulu Langat turned out to be a nightmare.

According to a Facebook posting by Emma, they had rented the bungalow for RM400 per night over the weekend.

She claimed the pictures posted looked nice, but when they arrived at the bungalow, it was a totally different story.

The 44-year-old housewife said the bungalow not only looked old, but it was also filled with dust and the ceiling and walls were covered with mold.

The furniture such as sofa, beds and mattresses looked unclean and basic amenities such as kettle and oven were not provided by the management.

Her family, which includes four children and two senior citizens, had to stay the night there as they had only realised the decrepit condition of the house late in the evening.

“We were a large party and some of us had come from far away so it was not easy to find alternative accommodation,” said Emma, who stays in Bukit Beruntung, Selangor.

One of the photos she shared on her post showed a signboard of the resort, which indicated that it was under the management of Tourism Selangor Sdn Bhd.

Emma said that she received a call from an individual who claimed to represent the resort management, telling her that she would be compensated if she deleted her post.

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