Where the tides change but memories linger
The Beauty of its beaches, the tranquillity of its tropical forests and the charm of its tales are legendary. This is the world of Rebak Marina Resort. A holiday resort which promises a close encounter with nature to create an unforgettable experience.
15 minutes away from paradise
Powdery white beaches. Lush green forests. Inviting blue waters.
Marvel at the wonders of mystical Langkawi (lang-kah-wee).
Bathed by the sun, cooled by the gentle breezes and lush tropical forests surroundings. A sanctuary on its south western tip, Pulau Rebak is our
own private island.
Measuring 390 acres, Pulau Rebak is one of the 99 legendary isles that make up internationally-known Langkawi, Malaysia's most popular
The resort offers seafaring adventures and jungles discoveries for a holiday that's intriguing and refreshing.
Just 15 minutes away, Pulau Rebak is accessible by boat from Port Langkasuka jetty point. Regular flights serve daily from Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Pulau Pinang to Langkawi.
Bring you a step closer to the wonders of Nature. Willowy palm trees and fragrant local herbs surround these delightful little havens. Tailored to suit various needs, there are six different types of chalets to choose from:
Garden - 40sqm
Seaview - 48sqm
Beach - 76sqm
Family - 103sqm
Honeymoon Suite - 113sqm
Senari Suite - 113sqm
Each chalet is spacious and tastefully decorated, with timber floors and large airy windows, giving guests an excellent view of the magnificent outdoors in all its splendour.
All chalets come with fully equipped coffee or tea making facilities, private shower or bath, colour TV with in-house movies, cable TV and CNN channels. Additional facilities include personal mini bar, ceiling fans as well as individually controlled air-conditioning, personal safe and IDD telephone.
Langkawi Village Resort is situated on a 10 acre verdant landscaped grove of coconut palms at Pantai Tengah, on the South West of Langkawi Island. With a golden beach-front of soft sand stretching over 400 meters and lapped by cool inviting waters, it offers a panoramic vista of the nearby islands and of the setting sun; a sea-front location which is unmatched on the entire Island.
Known only to the discerning few until now, it is a hideaway which offers a peaceful, informal and thoroughly relaxing atmosphere for the weary traveller. The resort is a mere 15 minutes drive from Langkawi International Airport, 25 minutes from Kuah Town and 5-10 minutes from local restaurants, convenience stores and handicraft centers.
This place is completely run down, it is owned by people living in KL, who open it during peak season for a quick buck. They pick up all the travellers/tourists after all the other places are fully booked and charge RM100. The rooms are smelly for being closed for a long time, the first room we had was leaking when it rained and the bathroom needed a very good scrub. The sheets and blankets have seen better days.
Imagine moving from this to AB Motel and paying less per night :o)
Although the people running it are friendly, I would strongly not recommend it!
I didnt actually stay here but i knew some of the guys working there in the pool bar. Asceana Hotel has one of the nicest swimming pools in langkawi and is worth the stay just to use the pool.
The bar tenders, at the pool bar, will serve you a number of beautiful cocktails, and play beautiful music.
I think i can help a little here,it's depands on where do you want to stay. Either near to the beach or to the town area. Langkawi Seaview Hotel is near to town and as for Langkasuka Beach Resort is near to the airport and beach area. Pricing wise, Langkasuka (around RM200++ per night) will be a little more expensive than Seaview (around RM150-RM160 per night). But there are many food variety for you to choose from along the beach area. You should try the sea food here. There is one chinese restaurant in Kuah town by the name of " Wonderland" they serve awsome food. You should try out.
If you would like an exclusive home stay environment, I would like to recommend you a place at Cenang Beach area and it's call " Pondok Keladi" it's low density and nice environment. Pricing cost around RM150 per night.
Here you can visit the Traveler Review about this place:
If you need any assistant for your trip to Langkawi e.g: car rental, accomodation, or other activities, you can contact Mr. Shan 018-4666546, he can provide you a very good and reasonable service.
Visit traveler review to have a better understanding:
Its a small private bungalow directly facing the beach in a very quiet area of Langkawi. The Owners are very lovely couple who would help you with everything they could. Paku Pakis is well-fumished, with a master-bedroom, a double room, a single room, a living room, a dining room, a kitchen and a separate common bathroom. It accommodates five comfortably.
You will need to rent a bike or a car since it it not very close to the city center.
The exterior landscape is very well done with a nice water feature filled with Koi and a nice water fall.
Well... we had no idea when we book the hotel from the ferry harbour (jetty), just looked thru the pictures, we dicided to book for 2 nights. Anyway.... Its a bit pricy, but worth to pay with all the facilities inside such as fridge, hot/cold shower, air con, tv, drinking water and towels.
Room for 2 people cost 120RM per night, Bungalow cost 140RM per night. It was not easy to get the bungalow because most of them were fully booked!
Its just on the beach, especially all of the bungalows face into the sunset! make great view every evening!
Oh, one more thing, they dont have double bed for room (2 people), all rooms are twin sharing (2) or 2 double beds (4 people)
This place has best location on all Chenang Beach. Reggy Bar ( :) ) in next to it. Wonderful brakefast is made just infron of it. Many shops around, but it's tipical for this area. Best beach part around - that's true! Actualy is only good place for swimming, coz others are ether less than 1m or with many rocks and stowns or else...
There are many many beautiful hotel resorts in Langkawi like this one I was staying, which has got an amazing Mediterranean feel about it. Comfortable rooms with very tranquil surroundings.
Panoramic views of the sea, both during sunrise and sunset time. Go biking, boating and fishing anytime of the day. Not much night life here though, not common for the entire Langkawi island for that matter. A swimming pool is yet to be completed soon.
This hotel is painted according to Malaysian Flag and if is located perfectly besides night market area.
For the island to maintain its rich marine life this place is uninhabited. The only way to see it, is by a day trip.
The rooms seem beautiful and everything looks totally different on their website.
We stayed in 3 different rooms the 4 nights of our stay here. What you see on the site are the 3 rooms which are supposed to be the very best and they give the impression that the rest are similar making the guest look forward to getting there. The majority of rooms however are very small like jails, filthy and disgusting and you can hardly walk around the bed. Rooms like cells.
Rooms: We were given a standard room upon arrival which was extremely small and dark and we asked if we could change it the next day. We were lucky that somebody checked out that day and we moved to a bigger room which was the room you see on their website. We stayed here just for one night and unfortunately we were asked to move to another one because as the reception informed us somebody else was moving in.
Beds were ok but bed linen was synthetic thus we struggled to keep them on at night and the result was a very little, poor and uncomfortable sleep.
The third day, we were back to a similar as the first room we had the first day of arrival but a different one this time. A jail-like room or cell which was also dark because outside the two very tiny windows it was something like a shed that kept the room with no light, creating a frowsty atmosphere.
Coffee/tea facilities and a bottle of water were available.
Bathroom: Don’t expect any toiletries –a shampoo or bath gel other than a tiny small soap. Towels: (see photos) torn and dirty with stains on.
Cleaning: Non-existent! They use nothing but water to clean the bathroom with no detergent of any kind. I came to the room and watched the ladies ‘cleaning’. Just a very quick sweeping of the floor with a broom made of straw. No mopping of the floor, no nothing! The ladies don’t seem to know what cleaning means.
Breakfast: Average. The usual machine kind of orange juice, a lady would ask if we wanted an omelette, and there were 3 kinds of jam, fresh bread and butter. Filter coffee was ok.
Restaurant next door: I can speak highly of the Oasis Restaurant next door which has nothing to do with the hotel. Good service, nice people, western and Indian food. We used to have lunch and dinner here all 4 days.
If we had more time we would certainly look for another hotel but we remained here to avoid losing more time in searching around.
Never here again and I don’t recommend it to others as well.
We only spent one night here and it was an extremely disappointing stay.
Staff: They were friendly but they know very little English.
Room: It was spacious however you could not say that it was clean. The floor was dusty and neither mobbed and we did not feel comfortable out here at all.
Bathroom: It was ok but there was very little water coming through the shower. No pressure at all and it was difficult to adjust the water in the pipe and due to the low pressure, we had the tap water pouring below instead, making it difficult to have a proper shower.
Noise: The second reason we left was because of noise pollution.
You see, firstly we were awake at dawn (5:30 am – 6:30) from the prayers coming from the loudspeakers of the mosque which is right next door.
Then there was much noise coming from the kitchen utensils and cutlery, plus extra noise from the staff in the kitchen which was near our room. No respect for guests as if they come from another planet and they cannot understand that the guest is here to relax and enjoy their holidays.
Noise from the doors which were creaking and you could hear clearly what was going on next door. It was a nightmare in all.
Breakfast: Really poor. It was actually the WORST I had in my entire life. In an attempt to get just bread….it could honestly not be eaten even by animals.
There was no way to stay here even if we had the room for free for a week.
We had a 3 nights stay at Sweet Inn in the last week of September 2010. The host Mr. Kamruddin is very friendly. He can arrange u for all the available tours in Langkawi. Staff is efficient. The service is very good. Rates are very reasonable. Its quite popular amongst the tourist. So make sure that u have booked the rooms in advance.
Sweet inn is very close to all the famous eateries & restaurants in Cenang such as Rasa,Orkid Ria, Breakfast bar etc. If u just cross the road then u are on Pantai Cenang Beach. Even car & Bike rentals are nearby. In my next Langkawi trip with my familly again Iam going to opt fr Sweet Inn only.
I stayed at Foxhill 10-13 Feb 2011 to get a 'feel' of what it would be like to live in Langkawi (in the middle of the island, where Foxhill is located, as opposed to a beach resort where I'd normally stay while on holiday).
It is run by Maria, a warm, bubbly, very cosmopolitan 'original' Kedah Malay lady! ;-) Since Langkawi's local population is Malay, you'd want to experience Malay hospitality, which is what she provides in a charming Malay kampong (village) style resort on a hill side, with friendly help and great home cooking! You can find the best 'rendang' in Langkawi in Maria's resort's kitchen :-)
I'd recommend you write to Maria and book well in advance as she has only 3 Malay style village houses (plus the tree house) which always get full! For, you get a 'house' here, mind you, not a room! ;-)
In addition to my Foxhill tip on VT, you can look it up with reviews from those who've stayed there on TripAdvisor (VT's parent company). There are plenty of pics there, except the tree house, pic of which I'm posting here plus (I think!) the best shot of Foxhill Resort Langkawi, looking down the hill (that I took)! ;-)
1) Unique Malay village experience in 2) authentic Malay houses 3) in a charming Malay village setting on a hillside 4) offering warm genuine Malay hospitality and 5) wonderful fresh home cooking :-)
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