Aseania Resort & Spa Langkawi Island
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAseania Resort & Spa Langkawi Island
Great location. But the place is quite rundown and in need of a major renovation.
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Having said goodbye to Thailand we spent a day travelling by bus and boat to our first stop in Malaysia - Langkawi. This is an island just off of the mainland, known for it's iconic, beautiful beaches. On our first night here, having arrived later than expected, we along with some people we had met on the journey, went for dinner followed by some cheap shisha (a popular thing to enjoy here ...
... in house, but also feel floor shaking as other ppl were crossing livingroom floor. We changed, got shower after the flight and walk outside where the owner invited us all to Christmas Eve tea and snacks (consisting of a wild boar, tea and gummy bears-type of sweets). Flights etc. will worn you down, so around 10.30 we thank our hosts and head to bed hoping for a quick game of chess and sleep... We did not see it coming... Around 11pm more ...
We had a slow start to the day and headed to the beach for the morning. I had fancied doing some diving and getting qualified so we decided to the home of Thai Dive School in Koh Tao. We sorted an Open Water and Advanced combo with accomodation at Buddha View Dive Resort. The next stage was organising our journey, which we ...
... Arches before going for a wander around. The next day we hired a car as way to see the island. The first stop was Pantai Kok - cue lots of immature laughing from us - before we headed up to the island's cable car which is apparently the steepest in the world. However, lady luck was not batting in our favour and when we reached the top it was just a blanket of mist with no view. The trip wasn't a waste though: we were still able to see the beautiful scenery from half way down ...
... We went ashore to see the lake of the pregnant maiden which would have been beautifully tranquil if it weren't for the other 100 tourists who had also come to see it. As it was a public holiday many of the tourists were Malaysians with their families. Hari Raya! Next stop was to see the eagles which swooped above us and would skim over the water to collect their food. I'm not sure if they really were eagles, but they were impressive birds nonetheless. And then we ...