Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Review: PA Holiday Flat Chalet

Just ended a retreat at PA holiday flat chalet.

We got it for super cheap (56 bucks) for 4 days 3 nights. Excluding electricity.

The first thing I thought of was that PA is always understaffed, because we had to wait for 1/2 hour to check in as the staff was not in office.
Finally, when we managed to check in, we realised that there was a lot of stuff not provided for.
Booking the BBQ pit costs $3.20. And there were no toilet rolls in the toilet. And we have to clean up the rooms. Like throw all the rubbish away and such. This was the first time I had been to such a chalet so I was a little shocked.

We took #03-03 and everything was fine till the last day when there was a thunderstorm. The wall started leaking and formed puddles on the floor.

One tip to note is that taking the ground floor is better when there are lots of movements around. Climbing the stairs multiple times a day is no joke.

The bedroom of #03-03

The BBQ pit, with the playground and the flats in the background


  1. Hi! Is there a kitchen in the flat?

  2. Hi, there is a kitchen in all the chalets. However, they do not provide utensils so you have to bring your own :)

  3. Hi, are you allowed to cook in the chalet? Is there any source of food nearby for the 3 or 4 days there?

  4. There isn't any stove there, and I don't think you can cook there officially. But there are powerpoints around the flat so steamboat is actually a possibility. The only source of food I know of is from Elias Mall, which is a distance away. 5 mins by motorbike, so I guess it is walkable distance?