Awana Hotel

Address: Km 13, Genting Highlands, Pahang, 69000, Malaysia | 3 star resort
 
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This 3 star resort is located on Km 13, Genting Highlands.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsAwana Hotel Genting Highlands

      Reviewed by travelbugchris

      The Best

      Reviewed Feb 9, 2014
      by (16 reviews) Mooloolah Valley , Australia Flag of Australia

      Awana Tower Hotel at the Genting Golf Resort was a lovely, relaxing, luxury stay. The rooms were extra large with 2 queen size beds with service every day. The views were wonderful over-looking the golf course and valley and mountains beyond. A buffet breakfast was included in the price of $60 a room per night. A free bus provided shuttle service to different places around the Highlands. Plenty of restaurants for good food and a large heated pool and spa to relax in after a long active day.

      Awana pool area
      Genting Highlands, Malaysia
      Jacuzzi spa
      Genting Highlands, Malaysia
      Awana water garden
      Genting Highlands, Malaysia

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Awana Hotel Genting Highlands

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      Travel Blogs from Genting Highlands

      'Fantastica 2'

      A travel blog entry by travelbugchris on Feb 09, 2014

      6 photos

      Arranged with June to meet at 8:00 am to go down to breakfast, which was included in our room price, but it was 9:00 am by the time we got there. The others were sleeping in. The Rajawali Restaurant had a good selection, with the usual Asian Malaysian food, there was also cereals, fruits, sweet breads, toast and omelet and scrambled eggs, as well …

      Time to Unwind

      A travel blog entry by travelbugchris on Feb 10, 2014

      2 comments, 12 photos

      Everybody relaxed and took it easy at this lovely resort, nestled in the hills of Genting Highlands.

      This morning I wandered around to take in the surroundings after I had an hours swim in the heated pool. Managed to do 8 laps in the 20 metre pool. They have picturesque gardens and trees full of epiphytes, which would be lovely to see …

      The second day - reaching the ankle

      A travel blog entry by strongface on Jun 27, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... sand, though, and it was pretty tacky but a lot of patience and skill was involved so...
      fast forward, past the man doing handstand stretches in the street for whatever reason AND the carrot juice that contained condensed milk, to afterwards when we decided to go to the Batu Caves.
      the caves themselves were very nice - nice views, one particular statue of Shiva was extremely large, like, as-high-as-the-caves large, and that gave it ...

      Sad in Malaysia

      A travel blog entry by nataliegodliman on May 04, 2014

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... traveling out of the country. We booked a flight from KL to Northern Sumatra, just an hour long flight. We researched it all. We knew where the airport was, which metro lines to get. We got up early to get the train when it opened at 6am. We were on time, feeling fine. Until we got to KL Sentral where we'd change train, and suddenly there were two options of airport! What?! They told us AirAsia had their own airport. Since when?! And that ...

      The SEMOA Malaysia Easter Follow-up Deployment

      A travel blog entry by nsevers on Apr 19, 2014

      1 comment, 74 photos

      ... skills, as well as skills communicating in Spanish, French, and Creole.

      A stated goal is for the Haitian children to learn to use the computers to design quilts that can be produced by the villagers in the self-sustaining sign cooperative.

      Today I saw Kevin’s photos from Malaysia and I thought, this is perfect. The pictures of what the SEMOA kids are doing with Turtle Art, make it easy to visualize the ...

      Traveler Photos Awana Hotel Genting Highlands

      Awana pool area
      Genting Highlands, Malaysia
      Jacuzzi spa
      Genting Highlands, Malaysia
      Awana water garden
      Genting Highlands, Malaysia
      Genting Highlands
      Genting Highlands, Malaysia
      Epiphyte. Shield Fern
      Genting Highlands, Malaysia