Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Langkawi Bungalow For Sale

 Langkawi Ayer Hangat Bungalow House for sale 

Both, Hill
Land and House Land is Malay Reserved Land. The beneficial owner
bought both properties in the name of
a Proxy ( same Proxy for both properties ).
Example ..
( Malay name ), Mk. Ayer Hangat, 07000 Langkawi,
K.D.A., No. Kp. : 730409 – 02 – 5350, as the registered owner of the properties
as defined below,  herein after called
"The Registered Owner "


( Foreigner name )of
(house for sale address),07000 Langkawi, both German Passports No. P/P 40
51  35 33 5 and No. 40 33 31 74 0  as the beneficial owner of the properties as
defined below and the owner of the buildings,  
hereinafter called "The Beneficial Owners "

The House
is located on The House Land slope. The back of the house is level
to the
ground while the main terrace is apr. 6 m above ground.

The House
is facing the NW, therefore it is protected against the summerly
SW winds
in the wet season and open for the cool NE winds in the dry season.
Due to
direction and construction with all double walls the house is cool with
always a
fresh breeze passing through. Aircon's are not necessary.

In the
basement, there is a small separate apartment with living -, bed – and
Cont' in the basement, in the back of the apartment there is a
area. From there you can reach via a small staircase a separate room
for a maid
/ caretaker or suitable as another bedroom.

Also from
the laundry area you can reach via another small staircase a large store room.
The main
level, built on a 15 x 10 m slap, contains the living room, bed room,
bath room
and kitchen. Also here is the main terrace with an open bar / kitchen,
facing the
sea and the surrounding green hills. Living room and kitchen are open to the
roof with
a nice roof construction, made from best hard wood in excellent workmanship.
From the
main level you reach the upper floor, an Attic, which contains a large single
bath room
and a small balcony. From here you have the best sea – and
view of the house.
In front
of the house there is land space enough to build a small pool.
Further more there is a big car park
beside the house and a small one in front.
The land ( Malay Reserve ) got 2 geran  ;
1 . 99 years leasehold agriculture land held
under the individual title Pajakan , measuring 
in land area of 0,587 Hectares, Pertanian , together with all buildings,
landscaping and other developments
2. Freehold agriculture land held under
individual title H.S. ( M )(lot no ), Daerah Langkawi, Negeri Kedah, measuring
in land area of 0,1518 Hectares together with all buildings, landscaping and

distances from The Hill Properties :

Next Beach
Pasir Hitam apr. 1,5 km
Season Beach with beautiful scenery apr. 3 km
Rhu, the most nothern tip of Langkawi Island apr. 8 km
Mk. Kuah,
the Main Capitol of Langkawi apr. 18 km
Matsirat, with the most important shopping opportunities apr. 18 km
International Airport apr. 20 km
Season Hotel apr. 5 km
& Andaman Hotel apr. 15 km
Telaga Harbour apr. 18 km

Friday, March 07, 2014

Lada, Pekan Artisan to develop two locations in Langkawi

The locations ;
The Oriental Village 
Pulau Intan Besar

Under the agreement, Lada has leased 13.35ha and 9ha of Oriental Village and Pulau Intan Besar respectively, to Pekan Artisan, for 80 years.
Wyatt said Pekan Artisan and its 11-member partnership team had designed eco experiences, world class attractions of gardens, resorts, hotels and high-end villas, among others.

He said the Oriental Village development would involve two phases, and is expected to be completed by 2019.      
“We will focus on the first phase which is expected to be completed by the first quarter of 2015 with attractions scheduled to be opened in time for the Asean Summit 2015,” Wyatt said.
The first phase involves the development of an eco-hotel of 250 rooms. The second phase is the development of an animal and adventure activity park along with a new hotel, including a VIP tree top resort.
Meanwhile, Wyatt said Pulau Intan Besar will be developed to have a 100-room hotel and 17 high-end villas in an extraordinary natural and private paradise. .. more from theStar 

Langkawi Properties :

Langkawi Private Island for SALE 
Beach Land at Pulau Beras Basah For Sale 


Thursday, March 06, 2014

Pertandingan Suluh Sotong Langkawi atau Langkawi Squid Challenge 2014

Pertandingan Suluh Sotong Langkawi atau Langkawi Squid Challenge 2014

 21 & 22 Mac 2014
bertempat di Laman Padi, Pantai Chenang, Langkawi.

Tawaran hadiah melebihi RM35,000.00! 
 Berikut adalah kategori dan jumlah bayaran penyertaan:

a) Warganegara
i - RM450 (bot disediakan penganjur)
Mula: 21 Mac 2014, Jumaat (7:00 petang)
Tamat: 22 Mac 2014, Sabtu (7:00 pagi)

ii - RM150 (bot sendiri)
Mula: 21 Mac 2014, Jumaat (7:00 petang)
Tamat: 22 Mac 2014, Sabtu (7:00 pagi)

b) Pelawat/Visitor
i - RM450 (bot disediakan penganjur)
Mula: 21 Mac 2014, Jumaat (7:00 petang)
Tamat: 21 Mac 2014, Jumaat (11:00 - 12:00 malam)

Pada yang berminat, borang penyertaan boleh didapati di Tingkat 5, Bahagian Pelancongan, Kompleks LADA.

Tarikh tutup penyertaan: 13 Mac 2014

Sunday, February 23, 2014

Sky Bridge closure has not affected Langkawi tourism - Nazri Aziz

KUALA LUMPUR: Pulau Langkawi has not experienced a drop in tourism despite the closure of its world-famous Langkawi Sky Bridge.
Tourism and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz said tourists are still able to enjoy the view as the cable car, also known as the Sky Cab, is still in operation.
"Last year I was told the company (Panorama Langkawi Sdn Bhd) made a profit and was able to give dividends to the state government, so there is no drop (in tourists)," said Nazri in a press conference after launching the Kelantan Red Warriors football team's new jersey for the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Cup Sunday.

 NOTE: The SkyBridge is currently closed until further notice
Nazri said the safety of the tourists visiting the bridge - dubbed as the world's scariest suspension bridge, which hangs 700m above sea-level - was the priority.
"Can you imagine the impact if we allow the bridge to be used? If anything happens, that will cause a negative (impact) on Malaysian tourism.
"The Ministry was informed by the engineers that it was too risky. We had a choice of keeping the bridge open and risking the lives of tourists or closing it. I rather we closed it," he said.

The Star reported the Sky Bridge has been closed for almost 20 months due to a delay in getting funds and foreign consultants to conduct maintenance work.
The bridge, part of an RM80mil cable car project, is only due to re-open late this year. It has been closed since July 2012.... more