Good for budget backpackers
Stayed in hotel after arriving too late to travel onwards to the islands. Check in was fine, but room itself was in a poor condition, with facilities very run down. The sheets and towels were dirty. Breakfast was delivered to our room in the morning, which was a nice touch, but unfortunately was ...
It was quite dissapointing that we were late for check-in, but there was not anyone from hotel staff that would have contacted us to keep in the touch. In fact, when we were about an hour journey to arrive at the hotel, the receptionist called to let us know that she'll be out of shift soon and will ...
Good stop over if you can't make Perhentians. This little village was quiet, not many of restaurants open on sunday. Hotel comfortable and close to Jetty. Staff very friendly and helpful.
Nice hotel to stay but maintanence need to be improved,
We had the dorm room for 4 persons. We were extremely happy with the condition of the room. It was extremely clean. Towels, comfortable linen and water were provided and replaced/cleaned every day. Aircon works well. We had private toilets but were located outside the room. The cleanliness of the ...
I didn't even stay at the property
You can let the kids go wild to their heart's content at Kuala Besut Jetty.
It is in Kuala Besut.
Tourists who are hoping for accommodations close to Kuala Besut Jetty have only one option, which is the Samudera Hotel, 0.1 miles away.
Travelers who love the more luxurious hotel options might want to check out the Tok Aman Bali Beach Resort, which is about 7 miles away.
Have a rest and treat yourself to a piping hot coffee or an icy drink at Adam Cafe' (53, 22300, Jalan Pasar, Kampung Raja, Besut). 0.1 miles from Kuala Besut Jetty, it's a favorite pit-stop with tourists and locals alike. If you're after lunch or dinner, stroll to T'kafé (102, Jalan Besar, Kampung Kuala Besut, Besut) and ask the staff for the specials of the day.