Wednesday, December 30, 2009
Sunday, December 27, 2009
Mutiara Burau Bay Beach Resort Langkawi
Laundry & Valet
Duty-Free Shop in Hotel
Mutiara Burau Bay Resort Langkawi
Sports & Leisure
Outdoor Swimming Pool
Golf Games can be arranged
Microphone, PA System, Overhead Projector, 16mm Projector, Slide Projector, Cassette Recorder, Flip-Chart, Video Recorder, TV Monitor, Whiteboard and Backdrop.
Monday, December 14, 2009
Each 20 day module consists of both practical and theory and is a combination of courses from the RYA Cruising Syllabus. The Courses consist of 12 days onboard one of our training yachts and 8 days ashore*.On successful completion of one of our RYA Fastrack courses you will leave here with a new confidence and understanding, at your training level. And of course your newly achieved RYA Certificates. You will also have had a wonderful, unforgettable holiday!!
Sunday, November 29, 2009
training day ( 29Nov2009 ) - LIMA2009
My location from PEMANDANGAN INDAH
Some 330 companies from 24 contries around the world are to make an appearance at this year's LIMA.Bernama reported that companies from Australia, Russia, Norway, Poland, the UK, South Africa and Singapore, to name a few, will be participating in the exhibition.Also, an expected 46,000 trade visitors and 40,000 public will be expected to visit LIMA 09'.
Friday, November 27, 2009
MAH Charity Bash was a success
As I have been asked by a number of people about this event, I hope you don't mind if I just post one more note to give those who are interested a short wrap-up. Rather than rewritng it all, I have just copied/pasted a press release below that has been put together by my good friend Jason from Casa Del Mar:
Malaysian Association of Hotels (MAH) – Kedah & Perlis Chapter raises a fantastic RM89,000 for underprivileged families of Langkawi.
On Saturday 14th November 2009, the MAH Kedah and Perlis Chapter held the MAH Charity Bash to raise money for underprivileged families and local communities in Langkawi. The event was held at Bella Vista Hotel in Kuah and attracted 330 guests who enjoyed this event.
The money was raised from all entry tickets and silent auctions. The Silent Auctions list included romantic weekends at premium hotels throughout Asia, artwork, a diamond ring, all inclusive day cruises and other local activities that were donated from local businesses and neighboring resorts. A raffle was also held for weekend for two at the Four Season Langkawi’s Beach Villa worth RM13,000 which was won by a happy Langkawi resident.
The event was world class and the first for Langkawi. The jewel of the evening was certainly the entertainment headlined by internationally renowned jazz Singer Mandy Gaines and local entertainers The Soliano’s and Nine Lives.
Hannah Coombes, an expatriate resident of Langkawi stated “This is certainly the best night of entertainment and good will that Langkawi has seen in my 6 years of living here”.
The hotels vied for supremacy in relation to who had the best food and service. Whilst every hotel specialized in a different theme, I believe the guests were the winner on the night sampling very high quality food from the best hotels in Langkawi. The main beverage suppliers of Langkawi were highly supportive of the event to ensure each guest was a little more generous on the silent auctions and certainly assisted the dance floor.
Food and beverage aside, it was certainly the who who’s of nightly events in Langkawi and this evening could not have happened without a united effort from the MAH General Managers, Chefs & F&B Managers of Langkawi. Thanks must also be given to the many hotel staff that set up, worked on the night and packed down the event. These staff came from various hotels though worked this event in a united effort, also the first for Langkawi.
The MAH Kedah and Perlis chapter are yet to confirm that if this is to become an annual event for the greater good of Langkawi’s underprivileged families. We can only wait in hope and anticipation for a positive answer.
Thanks and kind regards,
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
The World Travel Awards is described by the Wall Street Journal as the 'Oscar' of the global travel and tourism industry. This year, the poll was the highest in World Travel Awards' 16 year history, with over 183,000 industry professionals from more than 16 countries voting for the best 919 travel, tourism and hospitality products and services in Asia.
"I would like to express my deepest gratitude to WTA and all service industry experts; the people who understand the commitment it takes to be an exceptional establishment, for acknowledging us as the best in the respective category, which is only made possible by the hard work and dedication of our Associates,” Kumar Renoo, Acting General Manager of Sheraton Langkawi Beach Resort shows his gratitude and appreciation.
Some of the features that had earned Sheraton Langkawi Beach Resort such an honourable accolade are the 238 beautiful and spacious guest rooms, Sheraton Sweet Sleeper Bed, charming beach cove surrounded by lush tropical environment, the F & B outlets, 7686 square feet Grand Ballroom, and Chime - one of the hottest night spots in Langkawi.
Saturday, November 07, 2009
With Kuah town and the Langkawi airport just 35 minutes away it is the newest prime resort destination and member of the successful D'Coconut family of resorts.
D'coconut Hill Resort Langkawi
Guests will enjoy the fresh mountain air and the splendours of nature as they view the majestic panorama of Langkawi and The Andaman Sea from our exclusive watchtower. Guests too can have a relaxing cup of coffee at our Vietnamese restaurant 'Viet Lang' or enjoy a delicious plate of Lasagna at our Italian restaurant 'La Torre' where our specially trained staff will serve your every need...........more..
Monday, October 19, 2009
only RM300 for 2 night - low season
RM360 for 2 night - peak season
Monday, October 05, 2009
Yoga Now in Langkawi
Shirley, 29 September 2009
Yoga with Marc & Meng Foong
Pantai Cenang now has its own yoga centre called Yoga Now. It is run by Marc and Meng Foong - an Irish and Malaysian couple who have already been teaching yoga in Malaysia and overseas for many years. They recently moved their yoga centre in Kuala Lumpur to Langkawi, tempted by the peaceful environment, the fresh clean air and the beautiful nature.
They teach daily morning and afternoon classes in their new centre, situated in a beautiful traditional Malay wooden house ten minutes walk from the beach in Pantai Cenang. They also run yoga retreats for those who are interested in taking the practice of yoga a little further.
Drop in classes are RM50, a 5 Class Pass is RM225 and a 10 Class Pass is RM400. All classes are 2 hours long. Local residents are entitled to a 20% discount on all these prices. Free water refill (1.5 litres) is also available when you attend class.
For more details about Yoga Now, their classes and retreats, and plenty more information on yoga, you can visit their website
Meng Foong speaks Mandarin, Cantonese, Malay, English, a little Hindi and French.
Marc de Faoite
Marc speaks English, French, Dutch and Spanish and is presently making slow, but steady progress in Mandarin, Cantonese, Malay and Tamil.
Co-founders of Yoga Now, Meng Foong and Marc first met in an ashram in India in 2005 while studying yoga. A year later they ran into each other again in the same place. Then Marc moved to Malaysia in 2007 to be with Meng Foong. Now they are married and teach yoga together. In 2009 they moved their yoga studio from Kuala Lumpur to Langkawi. They are both vipassana meditation practitioners.
Monday, September 21, 2009
Friday, September 11, 2009
Malaysia's First Submarine is Now in the Strait of Malacca
Shirley, 3 September 2009 / Source: Bernama
Guess what is coming our way?
"KD Tunku Abdul Rahman" (KD TAR), Malaysia's first Scorpene submarine is now in the Malacca Strait and sailing towards Port Klang for the official welcoming ceremony today.
Scorpene is a conventional combat submarine, equipped with six torpedo tubes where guided missiles can be launched simultaneously. It can reach a speed up to 20 knots, has anti-aircraft missiles and anti-submarine torpedoes. It can submerge to a depth of up to 200m.
In 2002, two Scorpene-class submarines were purchased by Malaysia at the cost of RM3.4 billion. They were jointly designed and built by the French firm DCNS and Spain's Navantia. Both submarines are named after the country's first and second prime ministers.
The KD TAR is captained by Commander Zulhelmy Ithnain and along with him are 35 crew. The submarine will be displayed at the Langkawi International Maritime And Aerospace Exhibition 2009 (LIMA '09) on 1-5 December.
"KD Tun Razak", the country's second submarine will be commissioned in October 2009 and is expected to head home in January 2010 and to reach Malaysia two months later.
Monday, September 07, 2009
The Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition ( LIMA)this year won’t just be for exhibitors from the marine and aerospace industries alone . The host of LIMA 2009 , Mahsuri International Exhibition & Convention Centre (MIEC) ,will be simultaneously running an expo strictly for Malaysians companies to promote Malaysian-made Products and services .
MIEC is currently planning nightly public concerts featuring pop acts and culture shows from the mainland to draw the crowds.
Interested : ..RM5000 will get your company a 20 X 20 foot tent plus many other amenities.
Date : 26 november – 10 Disember 2009 ( 15 days )
Location : Front Mahsuri International Exhibition & Convention Centre
Time : 10am until 10pm
Last date to apply : 1 oct 2009
Want to join…?
Call : 013-4894418 (Hamidi) / 0174524232 (Rosli) / 012-5657255 (Saiful)
Fax : 04-9559225