Hotel Helang Langkawi
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... bats chances of survival in the open. We watched it few times and it never fail to impress us. Niah National Park might be nice. We weren't impressed but probably mostly due the fact, that we visited it after Mulu- gem amongst National Parks in Borneo. It's the same when you visit a temple after returning from Angkor What- even the biggest and riches one is just 'cute'. Definite highlight of Niah Park was our guide who grow up in the jungle in longhouse with headhunting tradition. ...
... making sure that we don't get caught up in the "tourist" stuff; our agenda was to connect with locals and get to know their way of life. Staying in Kuah Town and visiting Cenang made the differences between the 2 sides glaringly obvious. We discovered that there was night market in Kuah Town, a few streets from our hotel every Saturday and Wednesday. We were grateful to Zul and our Lumut experience for introducing us to night markets because we now knew and understood how ...
... building to heli-pad and saw the city 360 degrees.. Amazingly tranquil. Went to big water park/zoo/theme park place. Went to museum learnt a lot about Malaysian history. Went on a bar crawl met lots fellow travelers and been invited to visit them in there home cities. Then we left kula lumpur headed to the island of Penang stayed on street called love lane in a lovely hostel called red heritage inn. Went to adventure park called Escape where we played ...
We slowly entered the marina and thankfully spotted D dock after what seemed like an eternity and started maneuvering the boat slowly towards Berth 37. Drew did an incredible job of steering the boat into place despite it being a tight turn with other boats all around our berth and fighting the currents however, he confidently made it look very easy as he glided into place. I helped with the ...
... Court. Yeah baby. We find a table, settle down and proceed to have an excellent lunch of chicken, rice, soup, hot sauce and salad for the princely sum of £1. Oh the joy of it. Soon we need to check in to the ferry and I have to wonder if I will make this trip and stay dry. But for this trip I needn't have worried it was a large catamaran and although very noisy we put our earplugs in and listened to some great music. We arrive at Georgetown and get a taxi to ...