Grand Continental Langkawi
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... overall it was an amazing experience and we are sad to leave, but on the other hand we are both eagerly anticipating even more exotic adventures in Malaysia.
The wind gods continued to be unfavourable for us during our transit, and we motored the entire way from Lipe to Rebak Marina and Telaga – our entry point to Malaysia. In Rebak we picked up our many packages sent from Amazon, EBay and our families – it was like Christmas for us opening them all ...
... pleasantly impressed for the £7.50 a night private room with ensuite which included a buffet breakfast! The next morning we woke early determined to fit as much as we could in to our day on the island. Luckily the breakfast did not disappoint with a large spread and freshly cooked eggs how you chose! This was a good thing as once again Lucy learnt the hard way about travelling with someone who wants a fitness challenge...biking through mountains ...
... even existed. Most of park tours are guided and require a payment but it's not expensive (between 4-20 e) and it's definitely money well spend. If you walk by yourself you will probably miss 99% of various animals and plants which guide can point out to you. We have seen snake sleeping on a leaf, bat actually sleeping inside the big leaf, countless spiders, tens of different species of birds etc. I especially liked an example of symbiosis between rattan plant and ants, which ...
... street. We followed the bright light and of course we went to nosey! It was some sort of religious event, but it looked more like something freaky you would see in a horror film so I called it bedtime! After the squeaking bed on the floor above us had settled down, we enjoyed a good nights sleep! The next morning was an early start, we went straight to the pier to catch the ferry to Langkawi and made it in good time thanks to the tuk tuk bicycle ride we hitched along the way. When ...
... of a single story guesthouse with 4 rooms running in a straight line each with their own little veranda stuck in the middle of a rice paddy field...when we pulled up onto the grass entrance we realised that this was exactly as the pictures had portrayed but miles better in real life!
What the pictures didn’t capture were the stunning distant mountain ranges, rolling lush green hills, palm and banana trees surrounding ...