Aseania Resort & Spa Langkawi Island
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Great location. But the place is quite rundown and in need of a major renovation.
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... the place! They so should be banned! All photos of this trip are on my camera so I'll upload them later. I decided to hire a car so I could zip round to the other side of the island. I felt really guilty doing this - like I was cheating after all my cycling and walking. But once I was away I really enjoyed the freedom it gave me. It didn't take me long to drive to the next town, Kuah, but there was not a whole lot to see there. Just more shops selling more of the ...
Tony & Santong invited a few of us out on a day sail from the Royal Langkawi Marina on their Cruiser 'Destiny's Voyager' or DV for short. Joe, Anita, Karina and Louise, Raul and Janine and myself all jumped aboard which proved to be a fun filled day...
We all brought some food and drink on board and got ready to leave around 8am, we got the boat untied and smoothly headed out from the marina to explore some of Langkawi's 99 islands. It really is ...
... finally settled for a fan. Cotton, silk or cotton silk mixtures are the only suitable material. The pattern is drawn on with pencil and then hot wax put along the pencil lines to prevent the Batik dyes from spreading out of their intended
areas. When the dye is dry an 8 hour period in a silicate fixative is required before the material is boiled to remove the wax. The end product looks remarkably good. Batik as a process originated ...
... some mangroves which I loved! Mangroves are forests of trees that have grown in swamp type conditions, so when the tide is out, you can see all the trees roots, imagine a tree on its tippy toes, it's really interesting. Mike told us that it was the mangroves that played a big part in saving Malaysia in the tsunami. After that we went to a fish farm, something that we have seen a lot of, but this one was pretty good, they had some really big fish, and fed them to give us a good show. You ...
... the ferry
docks, a promenade along the sea front, old fort consisting of a
canon, as well as one central mall. We did a good deed our first day
too, helping an older Australian couple (who had just got off their
massive cruise ship for the day) escape a very persistent tuktuk man.
We ventured up to a massive temple (Kek
Lok Si) that night and what a night to chose...loads of people
were hanging around with cameras and soon after we arrived we
realised why; ...