Dont just visit Malaysia. Experience the life there.
If simple and relaxing holiday in a real Malaysian home is what you are looking for, you have come to the right place. You could have the freedom of staying in a very private village home.
The space is located in a real Malaysian village. The peace and tranquility and view of natural Malaysian hills is just outside of your door.
Guest have the access to the whole unit and it is located in a private gated compound.
I will not be present during the check in. The keys for the house and scooter will be kept in a security box outside of the house. I will give detailed instruction for check in after the guest have confirmed the booking.
PLEASE TAKE NOTE BEFORE BOOKING
- The house is 11 km from Chenang beach.
- The way to the house is small (village style)
- No wifi provided at the moment
1st room - queen bed (aircond)
Living room - (fan)
The way to the house is a small road and only one car could pass by at a time. The way and manner of the kampung is to give way to the car coming from the opposite direction if there is space on your side
* 3-5 minutes drive to airport
* 3 minutes drive to Beras Terbakar
* 10-12 minutes drive to chenang
* 15 minutes drive to cable car
* 20 minutes drive to crocodile farm
* 30 minutes drive to Jetty Poiny, Kuah.
* 1 bedroom with queen size bed.
* The room is equipped with air conditioner
* 1 bathroom
* towel (2 unit)
* Basic (shampoo, shower gel)
* Washing machine
* Small stove
* Mini Bar (fridge)
* Rice Cooker
* Electric Kettle
* Astro Njoi + small flat screen TV
* Scooter + 2 helmets
Langkawi Insiders Tips
(Not related to this property)
1) If it is not possible to go on foot, scooter is the best choice for transportation in Langkawi. (RM35-50 per day)
2) If you are coming in groups, it is cheaper and more convenient to rent a small car (RM80-100)
3) Arriving in Langkawi late in the evening might get you cheaper rental rates and room rates (Not during holidays)
4) If you are on a budget holiday, try to find food where the locals eat.
5) Not all Malaysians seem to be speaking English but most Malaysians understand it well.
6) Tipping is not a practice in Malaysia but it is appreciated.
7) Always bring your own toilet paper, most public toilets do not provide it.
8) To avoid being rude, only ask discounts for products, never ask discounts for a service. (Taxi, Massage)
9) The best things in Langkawi and in life are free. The beaches, the sunset, the beautiful scenery, our time with the people we love. Enjoy each moment.
No rules here. Just common courtesy of keeping the house in a good condition. Also to conserve the energy and saving the earth. :)
Although many people like to treat hosting as a business, I would like to see it as a personal thing. I have been running a few other businesses but hosting guests from around the world seems a little more personal than business. I would love to meet and talk to people from around the world. See you around!