The Lanai Langkawi Beach Resort
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Lanai Langkawi Beach Resort
The resort is at the end of a lovely beach where the sunsets are stunning.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews The Lanai Langkawi Beach Resort
Travel Blogs from Langkawi
... very hot and being eaten alive my mosquitos. We had a jeep waiting for us when we got to the pier, it dropped us at the agency where we waited for the various buses to different destinations. After 3 hours of traveling I was then dropped off at the bus station in Hai a whilst everyone else Carried on. I was very aware there were not many English speaking ...
... We passed wild monkeys on the edge of the water, some of them had little babies with them. The boat took us straight through the cave and out the other side where we were shown the "crocodile rock". If you squint and have a good imagination you can just about make out the vague image of a crocodile. We all said "Ah yes I see it", and then continued on to the next part of the journey - a floating fish farm.
This was exactly as it says on the tin, a farm that has ponds ...
... with a new filter. The only downside was that I was cameraless (my iphone was charging... bad planning...) in my favourite city we've been in up to now. We arrived late at night, and after the hotel change, we went to find some dinner. We could hear what sounded like Karaoke in the distance and Martijn promised he would take me there. After eating curried fish fried on a banana leaf, we followed the singing and found it to be a concert rather than karaoke. This turned out to be one of ...
... teamwork. The stressful times picking up mooring balls and berthing this boat seem long gone, but we have definitely honed our ‘systems’ at this point, and the importance of a thorough briefing is not lost on us so we can be on the same page throughout. Having both engines working also helps…we can turn on a dime and give you 5 cents change using differential thrust – a concept I became familiar with flying the Buffalo in Comox so many years ago.
... at a permanent market outside a shopping centre which turned out to be cheap and really, really nice. Mum and I decided to have fried rice after they couldn't serve us what we originally wanted. They explained that regular fried rice wouldn't be spicy but the village fried rice was, so after last nights disaster we went regular but bloody hell, we wouldn't have wanted it any spicier than it was!!! After another failed ...