Resorts World Langkawi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and they started Christmas karaoke... And thanks to the fact, that the speaker was directly next to the 'wall' separating us from the rest of the crowd, we not only could fully appreciate all poor of all future pop stars attempts the keep up with the music but the vibration from the speaker made the bed feel like an electrical massage table. We were tired, sleepy and couldn't help laughing how ridiculous the entire experience was. Thankfully ...
... another little island for a swim. Again, it would have been beautifully tranquil if it weren't for the other 100 tourists. The little monkeys were funny to watch. Lots of people fed them which is probably not good to do, but they were entertaining. This cluster of jungle-covered islands really are beautiful but it is so disappointing to see the rubbish that gets dumped or washed ashore. Just like at Glastonbury, plastic straws seem to be a huge issue and are lying ...
... two night. A French girl joined us. In the morning, the four of us (including a guide) prepared ourselves. In our bags we had among other things a mat to sleep on, sleeping bag, headtorch, food (mainly instant noodles and high-energy snacks) and 4.5 liter water each. We had to take a little boat that dropped us deep in the jungle. On the first day, our goal was to get to the cave, which was going to be our shelter that night. The hiking itself was must easier ...
... some bushes by the shoreside when the guide handed us some peanuts. He said to throw them in the water, so we did, and the monkeys swam out to get them! Swimming monkeys! And then we head a soft thud, thud, we looked up and the monkeys had jumped onto the roof of the boat and they looked hungry for nuts (monkey pirates!) They were quite tame, and not aggressive, so it was quite nice to see them so close up. After that, we went down the river some more and stopped by another boat in ...
safe! The woman let us know and thanked us and went up to meet them –
the relief on her face was immense. So we joined the now ever
expanding queue for the cable car...for over an hour! YES we were in
and on our way up the steepest cable car in the world, my ears
popped! The views, although a little cloudy/foggy in the distance,
were amazing and we enjoyed our time up there. However, they don't
let you take food or drink up – even water – ...