Black Sand Beach Motel

Pantai Pasir Hitam, Air Hangat, Kedah, 07000, Malaysia
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Hotel Recommendations

by grasscutter

We have spent the last ten years holidaying in Penang in Jan/Feb. Sadly we feel the island is being overdeveloped and becoming very grubby.Also the sea quality is now so poor that we are looking at Langakawi for a 3 or 4 week holiday. Can anyone recommend any hotels up to RM150 per night.Ideally located near to local hawker stalls as we always eat out of the hotel.We love Malaysia and its people and would be sad if we find that we have to visit another country.

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by xymmot

Try a little adventure and head out to Vietnam beaches before they get develope also. Cheers Tommy x

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by muratkorman

We had a wonderful time with my wife in Langkawi and we stayed in a guesthouse which was very reasonable. You can check the details on my Langkawi page and also find out some useful tips about food and sightseeing.

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by Stepwalk

The Pantai Cenang or maybe Pantai Tengah area is where you should be looking, especially for local hawker-style food. There are plenty of hotels/motels along there in all price ranges. Nadia's Inn and Langkawi Boutique Resort are in your price range but there are other options cheaper and reasonable condition.

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by xdaliv

Pantai Cenang would give you more choices for local food especially at night. I think Pantai Tengah is more suitable if you rent a car or prepared for a long walk. Are there hawkers food though? I know there are plenty of local Malay and Chinese restaurants but Langkawi is not so big on hawkers other than in Kuah town.

Plenty of places to suit your budget. Ive been there so many times without a place to stay. A place that is RM 800 per night could be right next to a place that is RM 90 per night. On the same old Cenang Beach.

Ps: As a Malaysian, i do apologise that you feel that Penang is becoming very grubby and overdeveloped. Without delving into local politics, Malaysia development have always forget that tourists doesnt come to Malaysia for the shiny skyscrapers and shopping malls...but for the culture and history. Sadly, more and more historical buildings get bulldozed for a new mall and a reserved rainforest land are replaced by new hotels. Tsk..hit a personal spot..sorry. My 100 years old school was bulldozed to make Pavillion KL. Bukit Bintang lost its history by that.

Re: Hotel Recommendations

by grasscutter

Thankyou to everyone for taking the time to reply.

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by yogababe

Try this place: It's at Pantai Cenang and eateries abound along the main Pantai Cenang road and fronting the beach.

I hung out at Little Lylia's Chillout Cafe for the 2 nights that I was there middle of this year.

Re: Hotel Recommendations

by chrissid

Hey, i found the same problem when i travelled to Langkawi and Penang, Langkawi was beautiful but Penang was a bit crowded and developed.

We stayed at the amazing Pelangi Beach resort. Its right on a beautiful beach and has wonderful pools, small but very nice quality hotel rooms and is walking distance from a town.

ive got a short article of Langkawi on my blog which has some pictures of the beaches and other parts of Langkawi

Travel Tips for Pulau Langkawi


by call_me_rhia

Langkawi is an island full of legends - fantastic and mysterious tales that, however fascinating, are just words, not sights. Most places connected with these legends have been turned to tourists sights thanks to urban development and infrastructure: the result is that those places have ended up being real tourists traps, with very little or nothing to see, but with a surrounding of cheap and tacky tourist shops. Langkawi is the main island of the 99 (I think) larger and smaller islands that form the Langkawi archipelago. It is heaven for people enjoying a relaxing sun-soaked holiday. The quality of the water is really not very good, but the beaches are heavenly and in general it's very low-key and relaxing. The landscape is beautifully green (there's a fab rainforest there) and I enjoyed my stay very much. I would definitely recommend it to anyone looking for a place to relax their batteries, but for swimming/snorkeling I can think of hundreds of much better places.

Rocky coast

by goglobe

These rocky terrains are places where birds' nests are found, and further up, eagles' nests too. Onward, there are a rich expanse of mangroves and tropical forests, should be fun to explore, if I had time.

Beautiful Scenery at Mount RAYA

by kenari

this time our in Langkawi , i decide to play golf with my daugther now she is 24 h/cap for 12 years old not bad haH ...Overal The course is frindly with big green and fairway ..the scenery is beautiful but the green need to be maintained .Play in the morning so you can breath fresh air and cool climate Rental club is varies from rm 50 to 100 depend whats club you want to fees is around rm 100

Find a better beach

by ahcoln

There are quite many beach in the Island. Pantai Cenang is the most popular beach among the rest, but also most crowded. If you like water sport, you should able to find it here. But if you are looking for some quiet beaches, i will recomend you Pantai Kok (we stayed near to Pantai Kok) & Pantai Rhu. There are less happening on these beaches, but you can enjoy better with the beach that appears like your private property.


by morninglory about Langkawi Craft Culture Complex

You can see batik painting demonstrations.

Bussiness Hour: Daily 10:00am to 6:00pm. You can buy hand-painted batiks and hand-woven textile including silk songket and ikat weaves from Sarawak,silver and brass wares, basketry, ceramics and woodcarvings. Price range from as cheap as RM20 per batik to hundreds of ringgits depends on the quality of the batik.


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 Black Sand Beach Motel

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Address: Pantai Pasir Hitam, Air Hangat, Kedah, 07000, Malaysia