If your priorities are value and location, with a traditional design theme, Meritus Pelangi Beach Resort & Spa is a good choice…
Nightly prices from £88 per person
Meritus Pelangi Beach Resort & Spa is a family friendly first class hotel, designed in a traditional Malay Village style, with Kampong (Village) houses.
Located on the popular Cenang Beach, with over a mile of soft sand and generally gentle waves. The airport is just 10 minutes drive away.
Meritus Pelangi has 355 chalet rooms and suites, in clusters dotted around the extensive resort estate.
All are built-in dark teak wood and are spacious with a balcony, located either ground or first floor.
You have a choice of:
Garden Facing, Lakefront, Pool View, Beachfront, or a selection of Junior Suites or One Bedroom Suites.
Several rooms in each cluster are interconnecting.
Superb beach | Gym | Spa
Selection of water sports
Two swimming pools – one is beachfront and is ideal for families with water slides, the other is in the garden reserved just for adults tennis
Regular low key entertainment
Several on-site restaurants
Just a few minutes walk away you have numerous local dining options, bars and shops
If your priorities are value and location, with a traditional design theme, Meritus Pelangi Beach Resort & Spa is a good choice. It is large, both in room numbers and the extensive grounds. Walking from one end to the other through the tropical gardens taking at least five minutes.
Langkawi is not really the place for nightlife, but there are several chill-out bars just along the beach, and numerous authentic restaurants close by.
The Meritus Pelangi Beach Resort is particularly suggested for families.
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Malaysia is one of the most fascinating countries in the region with a rich diversity of cultures, scenery and resort variety. Peninsula Malaysia stretches down from the border with Thailand in the north through to Singapore in the south. On the separate island of Borneo you have the states of Sarawak and Sabah. Flying time from UK is approx. 12 hours to Kuala Lumpur (known as KL). Onward travel to Penang or Langkawi is one hour, two hours to Kota Kinabalu, Sabah and Kuching, Sarawak.
Kuala Lumpur, is the proud capital city, with high rise buildings, but just as many colourful older traditional areas. Lively street markets competing with luxurious shopping malls for the attention of your wallet. The prices are some of the most competitive in the region. Fantastic selection of restaurants fully reflecting the diversity of influences found in Malaysia, but with just as many culinary options from around the globe.
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