Kundasang rude people

1. last week Friday, me and my family was having a nice holiday to Kundasang.

2. I was a little unhappy with Kundasang people because i found out that they are not that friendly as i imagine. Even a hotel receptionist does not have a friendly face or even a smile when we are asking about a room.

3. Only 3 hotel showing a real customer friendly type of services that is Pine Resort Hotel, Perkasa Hotel and Strawberry hotel. We stay at Strawberry hotel because of this factor and the room is affordable. Rm130 pernight with 5 beds in the room.

4. When we are driving inside kundasang town, we are driving so slowly because we are new and we did not know much about the road there. That is when i found out about the rudeness of kundasang people. Almost all of the car honked to us. And even some of them drive pass us and give a 'fuck' sign to us. Is this the way people over there treat tourist ? Or threat?

5. All the vegetables are expensive over there. It is weird because that place is one of the supplier of vegetables but still the price is higher compare to our place in Labuan where vegetables were never planted commercially.

6. We bought some stuff such as durian, cabbage and mushroom and we found out later that we are cheated by them. The durian was raw. The cabbage supposed to cost rm2 but they sell it to us at rm5. The musroom cost rm2 in ranau town, and they sold it to us for rm5 also. We are so dissapointed.

7. Even though, we had a very unforgettable memory over there. The trip was so nice. The place is so cold and there is so many beautiful place to see.

8. My suggestion, people in Kundasang has to be teach to accept tourist in a friendly way. And i hope that even though it is a tourist spot, but putting the price up high is inappropriate.

Comments

  1. very true... kundasang ppl aint frenly anymore

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