Hotel Asia Langkawi
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... to close so we each sat in the massage chairs and had a relax, 1 ringit each =20p for the best 3 minutes. It was as if a real human was doing it, best 20p spent ever. Our driver was here on time and took us safely back to our hotel, no stops at the mosque or at his home this time. It had been for sure the most eventful and unexpected evening and we learnt a lot from our little religious education class in the car journey. Not sure we will be converting to Muslim any time soon ...
... lamps. It’s the kind of tropical island where there’s no lack of spas, seafood restaurants and beach bars, but where the locals continue to go about their ways just as they have for generations.
Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/malaysia/pe ninsular-malaysia-west-coast/pulau-lang ...
... the tourists. Unfortunately, when I surfaced I had shot by the buoy by about ½ NM. I tried in vain to signal Ginette but she later told me she was focused on the buoy. So I had to swim against the current (2-3 knots) with full dive gear pulling the fisherman’s net which was NOT fun but was one helluva workout. I reached the buoy finally and signaled Ginette who came and retrieved me. We secured the gear, did the daily checks and were quickly on our way to our next stop at Ko ...
We arrived in our second Malaysian port, Porto Malai on the island of Langkawi, at about 8:00 AM. It was predicted to be another hot and humid day. We were booked on a ship's tour called "Langkawi Highlights". After a room service breakfast, we headed out on the tour. Langkawi is known as a laid-back island and is known for its beaches and eco-tourism, as much of the island is a geo-park. It is also a duty-free port, so is a shopping destination as well.
... approached us, wanting our bananas. Having stolen then and slightly scaring us we headed to the viewpoint where we caught a gondola to the highest point on the island. Here we could enjoy really nice views of the beaches and skyscrapers, what Langkawi is mainly made up of, as well as the vast amount of greenery. Belly's full off cheap street food we spent the evening at a beach rasta ...