The Lanai Langkawi Beach Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Lanai Langkawi Beach Resort
The resort is at the end of a lovely beach where the sunsets are stunning.
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... with only our torch to help guide us. We shone it upwards and saw loads of bats all hanging upside down seemingly unbothered by our presence. We saw some more monkeys as we left the cave and managed to get one to pose with us for a picture.
The boat then took us out into the Andaman ocean where we could see mainland Thailand in the distance, and some Thai islands that were close by. We hugged the coastline until we found ourselves back where we started from and ...
... too the kidneys. Also sinus came up with pain but no idea how this can be in this heat. It had been a good 40 mins and mum took the pain well. Let's hope the results are as good. The rain had stopped now and the sun was starting to come out even though it would be setting soon we headed to the pool I have a chill on the sun loungers and go for a swim. Once we were back in the room we decided to do a bit of yoga before getting ready to go out using the carpet rugs in the hotel ...
... another ‘boat unit’ coming our way. My Dad calls $1000 one ‘boat unit’ which seems to make things feel a lot more affordable. Hey, only 1 boat unit! Cheap!
In the evening I got the sounder/GPS working for the dinghy. I bought a Lowrance Elite 5 sounder/plotter combo, which is total overkill for the dinghy but it also acts as a backup unit for the boat. I also bought a 20 amp-hour battery in Phuket so got that all working with a jury-rigged ...
... painted as jig as the building itself. There was loads of little quirky cafes where you'd walk in a small door and it would open up like you were in a huge greenhouse. We went to 'Kek Lok Si' the biggest temple (Wat) in South East Asia which was pretty cool and the view was amazing.
Then we discovered the food!! Oh my. We'd heard that Penang was famed for its street food, some say it's the best in Asia for its mixture of Malay, Indian and Chinese. Well I may have to ...
... caught my attention from the freshly baked smell; we were given little 3cm cupcake things to try; they were basically mini sponge cakes but tasted amazing so we couldn't resist buying 10 (less than $1AUD).
After three days of living in the dark ages we went to Maccas for the wifi as our hotels wifi was broken or just not working... Unfortunately the same could be said for the wifi at Maccas too. But we did get a nice lunch for under $8AUD which is pretty good for ...