While in Tenom, I stayed at Hotel Tenom which is previously known as Tenom Inc. It cost me RM45/night for a bunk bed. By far, this is the most expensive bunk bed I’ve paid for.
However, there isn’t any crowd nor anyone else around so I had the room all to myself including the toilet. You’ll get a clean sheet of towel and blanket. The place is clean and neat. Toilets are well maintained. The bed is normal with soft pillow and I did get a well rested sleep.
This hotel is located near to the roundabout, after a cyber cafe and it’s somewhere in the middle of the shophouse. There are security guard stationed 24/7 close to the hotel itself. Hotel Tenom is on the 2nd storey. If you need a place to stay overnight to catch the train to Beaufort, this hotel is alright as it’s located close to the train station.
The owner is a retired man who is kind enough to answer my questions. He is friendly and shared some stories about himself. Other than that, there’s nothing much to review on the hotel.
So what did I do during my stay in Tenom? I visited the Sabah Agriculture Park. You can read it up here.
Have you ever stayed here? How do you find this place? That’s it for now. Day 6 post coming right up. If you’d like to know where I head to after Tenom, feel free to subscribe so that you won’t miss it.