Twin Peaks Island Resort
The spacious, air-conditioned guest rooms at the Twin Peaks Island Resort offer a cool reprieve from the blistering Malaysian heat. Modest furnishings and rich hardwood floors create a warm, peaceful atmosphere, and many rooms offer views of Mount Gunung Raya. Langkawi is one of the most popular destinations in Kedah, Malaysia, and this resort provides an affordable abode in which to relax between tourist excursions. Previous guests favorably review the comfortable beds, scenic vistas, and generous staff they encountered during their stay.
After a sound night's sleep, take a short taxi ride to the nearby Pasir Tengkorak Beach, an expanse of sand and water known for its surf-quality waves and beautiful views of the bordering countryside. Visit the reptiles at the Langkawi Crocodile Farm or find a beautiful souvenir to take home at the Craft and Cultural Complex.
Enjoy a complimentary breakfast each morning before you leave the resort to explore the dining and shopping opportunities nearby. When the temperatures soar, take a dip in the resort pool, and then lounge on the patio with a good book and a bottle of water. Twin Peaks offers a quiet, secluded getaway for couples, but it also serves as a convenient choice for families and groups.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTwin Peaks Island Resort Langkawi
Near the town of Kuah comfortable, clean,nice grounds and pool. A little dated and loo didn't flush but I would stay again....
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... was big enough for a full yoga class of 20 it was that big. Tonight's restaurant choice was pulled from the Langkaw guide book called Brasserie. It was an excellent find regardless of the 20 minutes walk to get there. A good job it didn't take any longer as we would have been caught in the monsoon that came shortly after ordering our food. We had to move tables in the restaurant as the cover was letting a little rain in and our table was getting wet. It was a lovey evening ...
... stopping off to buy a beer to drink back at the ranch. Having hired the bike for 48 hours, we decided to take the opportunity to explore the island. It is roughly 25km from north to south, and slightly more east to west. First on our agenda was obviously breakfast, which we went traditional and had coconut steamed rice with a buffet style choice of various curries, from a street vendor. Although the food was tasty, my stomach wasn't too sure about curry for breakfast. Our next stop ...
... on the end of a mop handle. That done, I threw out a squid jig and on the second cast caught a beautiful big squid for us to BBQ the next day! The fishing really was picking up, but that was just the beginning! We had a tasty meal of tuna and squid the next night on the BBQ – fish is so much better ‘fresh caught’ and nothing disappointed us in that meal.
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... to his disgust we were never told how much it was! (We were expecting it to cost hundreds. In reality, it is quite cheap but with lots of bad reviews as it breaks so easily)
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... swim. It was a no-brainer for Bryan but Jody and Gemma also chose to swim for it - but took a noodle with them. Just to be on the safe side.
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