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TravelPod Member ReviewsAwana Hotel Genting Highlands
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.
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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 …
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 …
... a night. To be fair it was really really nice with a big communal area with sofas and a tv. The room was fine although I was the only girl which was a bit intimidating sometimes but nothing too bad as we didn't really spend too much time in the room. After checking in we went out to explore and have some food and drinks and again were shocked at the prices of things. A small bottle of beer was $10! Such a big shock after paying as low as 15p in ...
... while we'd been distracted the opportunistic their had snatched it from Jen's hand. As he went to work lapping up the contents of the energy drink (last thing that monkey needed) we came to realise that this particular individual had led a successful career as empty bottles lined the steps where he had now perched. Good to know we weren't the only victims though. The caves themselves were impressive, as were the views from the entrance, halfway up the ...
... that could help bridge the gap. Already on the first attempts at eating, we could request those small extra changes to a dish that are so hard to communicate when there is a language barrier. As expected the food was an instant hit. The varieties of Chinese food were almost endless and they where usually made with good care and tasted wonderful. It was almost out of duty that we moved on to the curries and nans of the Indian kitchen, but didn't actually get around to the ...