Hotel Asia Langkawi
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
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... all we had a jolly good time in Langkawi and will definitely take away some fond memories of Malaysia. We hadn't known what to expect as the backpacker scene has a bit of a downer on it, probably because it's so expensive and there isn't much of a party scene with it being a Muslim country. We loved it though, I was surprised at how developed it is and with its mix of different cultures you get a hit of everything thrown into one. So it's goodbye Malaysia. Hello Thailand....!!
... very funky smell. The guy on reception was really lovely and was trying to get me and Noel to go out with hi for drinks. As soon as we arrived the heavens opened and torrential rain started. Once it had eased we walked back to Cenang Beach road. We went to the duty free shop bought some champagne which was about £15 cheaper than back home. £28 for Bollinger instead of £44. We also bought some rum for New Year's Eve for £8!! As it ...
... through to watch the five minute universal film before boarding the car.
This was soooo much fun and actually a little scary. The cars fit five people and have two stops, one half way, which you alight and see amazing views, then the top stop at where you can see they are making new and exciting features. Unfortunately the bridge was closed for construction but that's going to be awesome.
We had amazing weather, clear ...
... own all over Southeast Asia, and hadn't booked anything at all... All he knew was that he had a flight home from Seoul in Korea in January... Nutter! We got on the second ferry boat, which Tiger Line (the operator) called a speedboat but it clearly wasn't, and made the last step across to Langkawi, where border control already had our passports and just called us in one by one. After that we grabbed a cab to our hotel - we didn't really see anything of the ...
... following day remaining and that could turn out even worse so in the end we decided to go for it.
A taxi from the main strip cost 30RM (£6) and that took about 20 to 25 minutes. There is no public transport on the island so the choices are either taxis or renting a car or scooter. There are several taxi stands along the main road so it couldn't be simpler.
Walking through the gates of the site, you enter the Oriental Village. Here ...