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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... latch which is held in place by a small piece of coat hanger wire. He opens the lid, and immediately a bad-tempered King Cobra rears it’s head, fanning it’s hood and hissing.
A banner over the stage proclaims the importance of education at the Snake Farm, but I was struggling to see that aspect of the demonstration as the snake was prodded with a long stick and harassed. The snake tracked the owner’s movements around the stage, and struck out at a ...
... we popped into cafe Tiger Tiger in the Oriental Village. We itched our cravings and had some brunch and once again the island's food didn't disappoint, it was delicious!
We let our stomachs settle whilst laying next to the pool, which we had to ourselves for the second time. After a couple of hours of reading, swimming, reading and swimming we headed back to our room to get ready for the cable car.
As we were saying yesterday the cable car is on ...
... walking round in the scourging heat, we found a seat in an Indian and enjoyed freshly made naan bread. Not your usual Easter breakfast! We spent the rest of the day exploring the streets of Georgetown, rummaging for the street art , admiring the (closed) temples and managed to get caught in the funeral procession of prominent Malaysian politician which the whole of Penang seem to attend! Later that night we had our first lot of street food in a huge night market, it ...
... at the resort for a couple of nights so I've well and truly exceeded my luxury accommodation expectations for this trip.....and more free nights is a very welcomed gesture.
It felt strange being back in Langkawi. I lived there for 2 months and I was really looking forward to seeing the dogs again and the friends that I had met there. Once we had sorted the bags out and made ourselves at home I took Dani round to the animal shelter to introduce her to the dogs and ...
... in the world safe to swim? When I returned to the others, Erica had indeed, along with other people, been in the sea for a swim and had been stung (obviously) by a jellyfish on the neck. The stings here are not life threatening and as Erica, as usual, had a full first aid kit, defibrillator and surgical equipment in her handbag, she had taken some antihistamine and after about twenty minutes the sting had subsided and all was well. We sat, sunbathed, ...