Went there 2 years back. Dont know if conditions changed. Drive via Kuala Nerang, the last 'frontier' town. Afterwards the road got smaller. We passed small villages and small unpainted brickwalled houses typical in Kedah. Last 20 kilo was surreal driving experience - thick jungle, vein and leaning tree branches that were almost touching my car roof. My auto car was groaning hard going up steep slopes..even a small hill!! .. Check out your petrol, charge you mobile etc before you leave Kuala Nerang. The resort looks ok. The lake slightly dried up hence no boat ride due to protuding dead tree in the lake. The golf facility looked a bit rundown. They built a bund that enable buggies to cross over to the small islands/resort on the lake. Stayed at malay styled chalet with stilt on the lakeside.. Very comfy, the usuals - hotwater, aircond, tv but who needs tv here ?... Food is limited. Only one restaurant & limited menu. The guys were friendly.. The indian lady manning the souvenier shop suggest we came back during durian season. There were other activites - fishing in the lake, jungle trekking.. but we didnt go
Unique Quality: The view was fantastic . if you love natural setting, tranquility, this is the place... mornings were shrouded in mist, crisp air, overlapping distant mountains, birds and squirrels, lake view.. Take the chalet with balcony facing the lake.
Directions: Pedu Lake - using NS Highway exit at Gurun. From Alor Star head towards Kuala Nerang. Follow signboard
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