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.
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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....
Nearby places to eat.
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