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Payar Island
4.5/5
303 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Payar Island is situated around 19km away from the Langkawi main island. It is surrounded by coral reef and crystal clear seawater. There are little waves, and is an ideal location for water sports, such as scuba diving and swimming. There is a shark training facility on the island, where visitors can feed the sharks. In addition, there is an underwater observation room where visitors can view a variety of beautiful sea life.
Mahathir's Birth Place
4.1/5
48 Reviews
Famous Residences
Taman Sultan Badlishah, 08000 Alor Setar, Kedah
Penang Street Arts
4.6/5
336 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
In 2012, Penang’s municipal council hired London-trained Lithuanian artist, Ernest Zacharevic and charged him with breathing new life into some of the atmospheric Chinese shop-houses around the inner city. There you can rent a bicycle to ride along roads like Muntri Street, Weld Quay, Lebuh Leith, Armenian Street, Ah Quee Street, explore the attractive works of Zacharevic and take photos.
Kek Lok Si Temple
4.3/5
376 Reviews
Temple
Kek Lok Si temple is a unique Buddhist temple located in Penang, Malaysia. The temple is know as one of the largest Buddhist temples in southeast Asia, and is host to many varied and interesting monuments of worship. The temple contains many intricate statues and shrines to different important figures in Buddhism, including statues of the Buddha and of Chinese gods. Not only this, but if you travel upwards to the seventh floor you will be greeted with over 10,000 images of the Buddha. The temple, though a place of worship, is also well equipped with many shops fit for tourists.

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winglee   
Enjoy the sunshine and beaches of Langkawi at Langkawi Ocean Resort. The lobby is connected to the resort's office and it is easy to see them working. There are 2 employees who receive us, and the left side is the little fat man mentioned in the previous article. You will need to show your ID upon check-in and pay MYR 50 as a deposit. Remember to take the deposit receipt and don't lose it. The infinity pool is arguably the hotel's nirvana, and it is estimated that everyone will fall in love with it. The red house in front is an independent villa that can accommodate many people. The pool has a place to rinse. The stairs on the left are private beaches, but the sea is not very clean. I won't go anyway. The style of the hotel restaurant is relatively simple, the breakfast is self-service type, the variety is not very rich, and the products are generally available. Traffic Raiders: Langkawi's public transportation is not doing well, although the resort is located in the Guazhen business district, but there is still a distance from the city center, there is no shopping mall nearby, if you walk to Gua Town Night Market, you need 30 Minutes, but the resort is outside the main road. It is not safe to walk. Therefore, you must take a taxi to get in and out. The front desk of the hotel can help you to call the car. The second time you pick us up is the same business car. It is estimated that it is the hotel's own car. Its more expensive to compare outside, such as 24 MYR for the hotel to Gua Town Night Market or Langkawi Fair Shopping Mall, but only 16 MYR for a taxi on the return trip, about 10 minutes for a one-way trip; from Jinan Beach to the hotel It costs 30 MYR and takes 30 minutes to drive.
Posted: 16 Dec 2018
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