Check-in and Check-out Time
Check-in: 2:00 PM
Check-out: 12:00 PM
Malinja Homestay – 3 is located at Lot 30, Jalan Makam Mahsuri, Mukim Ulu Melaka, Kuah, Ulu Melaka, Langkawi. The location is very well-positioned as it is not far from the Kuah town. Malinja Homestay – 3 is also not that far from the jetty, being only twenty minutes away by driving. Thus, you can easily access any attractions that Langkawi can offer. Take this opportunity to stay in Malinja Homestay – 3 to indulge yourself with its wonderful beaches and natural beauty and then return to the homestay at the end of the day with a serene feeling as if you are coming home. Relax and enjoy your time in Malinja Homestay – 3 away from the concrete jungles that are noisy and dull. For whatever reasons you are in Langkawi, Malinja Homestay – 3 is certainly an ideal place for you to stay with friends and family.
How to get to Malinja Homestay - 3
Getting to Malinja Homestay - 3 is a simple business once guests have reached the Langkawi Island. Its location within a populated village and main road makes it hard to not miss. Yet in order to get to the island first, you can choose to drive or take the bus or train to access Kuala Perlis jetty in the state of Perlis order to get to Langkawi Island. If you are intent to drive and that you are driving from Kuala Lumpur, the drive to the Kuala Perlis jetty terminal will ideally take around 7 hours. If you fancy taking the bus, you will be dropped off at Kuala Perlis Terminal, being the main bus terminal for the Kuala Perlis area, in which afterwards, you can try to get local buses or taxi to reach Kuala Perlis jetty. The same can be said for trains, once you drop by the Arau Railway Station, you would have to access local buses or taxi to get to the jetty. The ferry trips to the island from the jetty of Kuala Perlis would take around 45 minutes given that the weather and sea conditions are just as fine. Give and take, several minutes delay are to be expected, since the island is always bustling with people and it could take some time before you would reach the island and get transported to the hotel. After reaching the jetty and being on your way, you can spot several well-known landmarks to help you find the hotel. The landmarks mentioned are Mahsuri Mausoleum and Langkawi Night Market. They are located within five kilometers or less from the hotel, therefore, you are much closer to the hotel if you could find these places, eliminating the need to go beyond the area to find the hotel.
Different Types of Rooms in Malinja Homestay - 3
As the accommodation is made up of a single house unit, there are at least three rooms and two bathrooms available for guests if they are interested in taking the whole house for their family members and friends. Upon entering the unit immediately after checking in, guests may find the rooms being furnished with in-room facilities that include air conditioning, private bath with shower, hairdryer, television, kitchenette, in-room safe, desk, microwave, refrigerator and WiFi connection.
Restaurants and Cafes in Malinja Homestay - 3
For a short moment after unpacking at the accommodation, it becomes clear to the guests that if meal time is approaching and stomachs are crying for food, the obvious choice would be to go out to nearby shops and restaurants or buy ingredients in order to cook with the provided cooking utilities.
Facilities and Activities in Malinja Homestay - 3
There are only basic facilities and services that could be found here at Malinja Homestay - 3 such as parking, smoking area, non-smoking rooms, luggage storage, barbecue and WiFi connection. There is also space for families and friends to conduct events and activities that would be able to nurture and forge stronger relationships between themselves.
Interesting Places near Malinja Homestay - 3
Atma Alam Batik Village – Located at the village of Padang Mat Sirat which is just ten minutes away by driving from the accommodation, it is a center exhibiting the batik culture and heritage that is interwoven with the island’s localities. Although batik is not really a main produce here, having generations of settlers wearing batiks imply complete sense of preserving and promoting the batik art that used to be prominent among the people. The area is further divided into Batik Workshop, Batik Showroom, Art Gallery and handicraft section in which batik products are being sold in addition to the batik classes being taught to the visitors.