Twin Peaks Island Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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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....
Nearby places to eat.
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Langkawi is probably Malaysia's most well known holiday spot, a huge island just south if the Thai border. Langkawi is not only big but is hot, seriously, seriously, bloody hot! The day we arrived it was pushing 40 with the sea temperature at 34! We went in the sea to cool off and it was like jumping in a hot bath we come our feeling hotter than when we went in! We was staying on Cenang Beach the main beach on the island, with a main road with all the hotels and ...
... to their sinister, venomous cousins.
Concordant with the Asian approach to personal responsibility and risk, a sign encourages visitors to go into the cage if they wish, but with the usual terms and conditions about not being culpable in the event of being eaten. Indeed, if this should occur, the sign thanks visitors in advance for reducing the food bill of the snake farm, and guarantees potential victims fleeting fame, as they will be featured in ...
... and sliding (except the cameraman). Tempted to call it a day, we contnued up the next 400 odd steps and found some great pools, views, and slides, and much fewer people.
Very slippery though, and Mag hit her head quite badly, having already taken a couple of tumbles (managed to knock Dad a few meters down a rock too, but he couldn't cry as she was far more ...
... new currency, new people, new everything. Weeks ago I already bought a cheap ticket from Bangkok to Kuala Lumpur. But on second thought, it was an illogical thing to do considering the route I want to follow. So it would be easier and cheaper to enter Malaysia by land in the north and then travel southwards. So, on February 25th I took the night-boat to leave Koh Tao. The boat was basically one big dorm, packed with bunkbeds. We left the harbor at 9pm, and since I ...
I feel quite dizzy today, later on I realise I haven't been drinking enough water!
Observations - I feel a bit disappointed with Langkawi, I feel a bit down about it, I don't think the hotel helps, as we wanted to relax but there isn't really the facilities to do so. Mark is also a bit up and down.
I wonder if there are any rules ...