Whittington Bungalow at Fraser Hill

I posted a lot of photos here and I couldn’t help it and would really love to share my awesome experience staying in Whittington bungalow. The moment I reach this Colonial Building, I’m in ecstasy already as I couldn’t believe I get the chance to stay here! Thanks to my sister arrangement, only Sime Darby Group employees able to book this charming bungalow which is surrounded by lush beautiful garden with blooming flowers of many kind. I felt instantly on other side of the world, almost feel like I’m staying in one of the English Countryside.

Lets start the tour of the beautiful Whittington Bungalow.

The sign is very clearly placed at the gate entrance to the Whittington.

Showing you here, almost every corner of Whittington.
 
The main door

Its really relaxing sitting outside and enjoying a cuppa hot tea.

Both sides of Whittington.

Beautiful blooming flowers at every corner of Whittington.

When everybody was watching Astro in the Entertainment room, I actually sat here and listen to my fav songs from my Ipod shuffle while reading a book, enjoying the peacefulness and cool breeze. Heaven!

Some of the Art Piece found inside Whittington, very old sketches of the Whittington which is still very well preserved by the caretaker.
Compare Art Piece with the recent photos I’ve taken.
 
 The Interior of Whittington
 
There’s 5 rooms downstairs, and every room look very similar and  has its own private bathroom.
 
Bathroom with bathtub, very clean, towels are included and new soap bar ‘May’ brand.
 
 
This is what happened to the room, when you bring babies/ toddler.
 
The staircase to upper floor, see the room below the stairs is the Telephone Room.
 
Upstair Living Hall with Astro too! There’s 6 suite rooms upstairs.
 
 The Suite Room
 
The Main Living Hall
 
The Huge Dining Area
 
The Game Room and walk way to the rooms downstair
 
Entertainment Room

Some of the flowers  found at Whittington.

I love Morning Glory!

The End

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  1. #1 by veryevillaugh on October 18, 2010 - 4:45 pm

    stayed there as a kid in the 80ies too! there use to be a swing in the corner of the garden and we use to get afternoon tea with freshly squeezed orange juice once we were done playing in the garden!

    • #2 by blurcheryl on October 18, 2010 - 5:22 pm

      Oh, there’s a swing in the corner of the garden like you mentioned!
      You miss the place? Maybe you know Mr. Lim the caretaker too?

  2. #3 by Soo-Lee Lim on September 11, 2010 - 11:57 pm

    Thanks for all the compliments… well may be my dad & mum should start a small home business selling “scones, cup cakes ..all home made delicacies”. Do you think there will be orders?? Ha..ha.. Anyway My dad retired since 31st July. We have to move out of Whittington by mid of this month. (So so so sad….to leave our so called “home”)

    • #4 by blurcheryl on September 16, 2010 - 11:07 am

      Hi Soo-Lee,

      Wow so glad you found my blog. I believe if your Mr & Mrs Lim really do a small home business, it will be a success! Hope to hear the good news!

  3. #5 by Kevin on August 31, 2010 - 7:27 pm

    Hey, do you have the contact for the Whittington bungalow? I’m planning to go up this weekend. so any help would be much appreciated!

    • #6 by blurcheryl on September 1, 2010 - 11:13 am

      Hi Kevin,
      I don’t have the phone numbers, and this is private property for Sime Darby group employees only.

  4. #7 by mayleng reid on August 3, 2010 - 11:12 pm

    my family used to stay there in the eighties. Is the caretaker still Mr & Mrs Lim. wonderful delicious home cooked meal and their bread and marmalade jame to die for.

    • #8 by blurcheryl on August 4, 2010 - 10:52 am

      Hi Mayleng,

      Wow that was like 20 years ago! Mr & Mrs Lim retired last month, in July 2010 and they are now living with their children in Subang Jaya. IThey are so friendly and are such a good cook!

      Are you staying in Malaysia?

  5. #9 by blurcheryl on June 9, 2010 - 3:38 pm

    Very intellectual.. I read the laughter is the best medicine! hahahahahahhaahah

  6. #10 by AhJoJo on June 9, 2010 - 9:25 am

    How nice if this is my house & everyday i will get to enjoy the flowers plus scenery! ( instead of the boring open office, with lights on at 8.15am & expect you to work like robot..)

    question: when u sat over the bench, were u listening to ur Korean Fav singer & what BOOK do you read?! curious oohhh…:P

    • #11 by blurcheryl on June 9, 2010 - 2:44 pm

      Agree.. almost like sleeping in the center of beautiful garden surrounded by flowers and cool weather..

    • #12 by blurcheryl on June 9, 2010 - 2:50 pm

      Ops.. I read Reader’s Digest.. very intellectual kakakka and nope not korean songs.. I OCD still listening to my wedding song playlist.

      • #13 by AhJoJo on June 9, 2010 - 3:14 pm

        haa..RD that u brought over from office? so now u feel u are more “intellectually” inspired?

  7. #14 by Melissa on June 9, 2010 - 9:17 am

    wahhhh…..the bungalow look so huge & nice ohh!!!

    • #15 by blurcheryl on June 9, 2010 - 2:43 pm

      yes.. its like Mansion la.. very very nice stay there.. so miss Whittington

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