Pulau Layang Layang can only be visited if you stay with Avillion Layang Layang Resort, the only resort on the island. It is run by a company based in Kuala Lumpur.
Access to the resort and dive areas is only possible between February and October. The best diving season is from April to May. For 2009, the resort operates from March to August. This is to facilitate their annual maintenance of the resort.
Layang Layang Island Resort is rated as three-star. It consists of 76 superior rooms as well as 10 deluxe rooms. Made of tropical hardwood, it shares the look of a Longhouse, the traditional community homes of Borneo’s tribal people.
Rooms are comfortable enough and they are air-conditioned. Dining is a pleasure as a wide range of eastern and western cuisine are spread out for every meal at the restaurant. To ensure variety, daily menus are amended to ensure eating will be one other activity guests can look forward to regularly.
I would recommend this resort if you do not mind not having a beach front room. Other than that, the rest are good.
There’s a swimming pool that seems to continue into the sea. It’s a great spot to cool down, put your feet up with a book or get some drinks.
At the Raba Raba House, get yourself loosened up with a session of relaxing body massage and foot reflexology. Experts are on hand to get you all refreshed. If massage is not your cup of tea, you can simply rest on the many hammocks tied next to the Raba Raba House.
The food at the restaurant is yummy and delicious! We always looking forward to our next meal when we were there.
One of the first dive-resort (in Malaysia) which has TV (Astro) in the room.
This is the only place to stay on the island, unless you are a member of the Malaysian navy, who have a station there, or a marine biologist (a complex is being built now).
Guestrooms are arranged in long-house-style buildings with a central corridor. The rooms are spacious with private baths that have hot water. Each room has a little deck. Rooms are furnished with television and telephones, and are air-conditioned.
The hotel package includes accommodations and five meals a day (including morning and afternoon
"tea"). Three boat dives a day are also included. Non-divers pay a lower rate.
Layang Layang Island Resort is a modest three-star resort with 76 rooms and 10 suites.
Rooms are fully air-conditioned and furnished with the best of basis facilities. Guests would also be impressed by the extensive variety of east meets west cuisine that was spread out every meal at the in-house restaurant. Each day will present a new exciting array of dishes to ensuring you will never get bored with the food here. Fresh water for the resort comes from a desalination plant which offers crystal clear waters.
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