HAPPY VACATION MOMENTS Q3-Q4 2019 – Consolation Prize

Consolation Prize 1
Name : WONG MEE KUCH
Neo Damansara Residences, November 2019

   
Very comfortable, nice view, very joyful with all the facilities, quiet for good relaxing, convenient in transportation as well. 

 

Consolation Prize 2
Name : HOR LAI FERN
Neo Damansara Residences, July 2019

     The apartment is very clean and bright with sufficient amenities for a 2-night stay.  There is a microwave and rice cooker cum steamer which is good to warm up food for late night meals or breakfast.  The TV channels are on Astro and I was spoiled for choice.  The location is quiet but walking back late at night is not a problem as the apartment has security at the ground floor.  5 mins walk from the apartment has access to free bus or MRT feeder bus (RM1.00) to Mutiara Damansara MRT station.  Ikea, IPC, The Curve and 1U are all easily accessible.  Transport is no problem.  All in all good location for moving around in PJ.
 

 

Consolation Prize 3
Name : HII HIE CHUO
Damai Beach Resort, November 2019

 
               On arriving I was welcomed by a front desk staff who was very welcoming and provide great, proactive service.  The room was spacious, clean and comfortable with nice views.  Sunsets, beaches and balmy weather are widely available and require no reservations.  We had breakfast at the Satang Café.  It was great with plentiful food options.  The place is quite and good for relaxing.  To conclude, I had an amazing experience and will definitely visit the resort in times to come.
 
Consolation Prize 4
Name : CHRISTINA LANDAI ANAK PAENG
Perdana Beach Resort, Langkawi, October 2019


 

       In fact earlier on we already planned our trip to Cameron Highlands but due to the worsen haze condition in our country so we switched our holiday location to Pulau Langkawi.  To us it’s a form of escapism from all the hustle and bustle of the city life, its kind of translation into another dimension of peace and serenity.

Pulau Langkawi is the jewal of Kedah.  In order to get there either you can fly or take a ferry from the jetty at Kuala Perlis and Kuala Kedah which are on the mainland of Kedah or from Penang.   If you are looking to soak in the sun and do a lot of out door activities and tours then plan your visit to Pulau Langkawi between January and March because this is the dry season when there is virtually no rain and you get whole day of bright sunshine with warm temperature and it also doesn’t coincides with the national school holidays.

 

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