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Terrapuri Heritage Village

Villa
Kg.Mangkuk, Permaisuri, Setiu, Terengganu, Malaysia, 22120
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Based on 97 traveler reviews
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Swimming Pool
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Nearby attractions
Penarek Beach
(1.13 km)
Kampung Penarik Mosque
(4.67 km)
Sekolah Kebangsaan Beting Lintang
(18.28 km)
Merang Waterfront Jetty
(21.15 km)
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1 Traveloka customers have stayed in this hotel and given reviews:

8.5
It was a great feeling, like staying at a traditional palace. The staff were very friendly. It would be nice if the staff could wear traditional Malaysian costumes (eg. kebaya), so that it would be more like living in a palace.
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Zoula
Terrapuri again ,,,,
Nothing has changed since my previous review and 3 past stays. Service is good, the beach was empty as it is the raining season and the kids loved it. I suggest you rent a car though ... Oh yeah ... I forgot to mention that the road is tarred now until there and there is no internet. If you want to leave earth for a while just go there ;)
Family - Nov 17, 2017
WanSharil
Amazing and wonderful heritage concept resort, but need to improve if to sustain in a long run...
I was staying at Rumah Seberang Takir for 1 night. The house is spacious and fully equipped with comfy bed, cupboard, mirror desk, and refrigerator. Then again spacious toilet come with wooden bath tub (pretty cool) and, sinks and shower. You can open the small window and looking out to the sky while enjoying your hot bath inside the wooden bath tub. Apart from that, the environment outside is so village like, with is refreshing especially if you are running away from hustle and bustle of the city or foreigner who like to try our Malaysian custom. The staffs were friendly as well. Here comes the but, the swimming pool need to be properly maintained, as well as the facilities. The room kindda dusty with a little spider webs here and there, the sink is broken a bit. Also, a bit of cleaning and painting on the resort wall would be a good face lift. And before I forgot, it is better to remind the customers to ring the door once arrive as the resort does have the closed door policy to protect the resort from outsiders and animals. Overall, I had a splendid time there and definitely will come again if they improve in the future.
Business - Nov 7, 2017
Hamiza H
The Lost Kingdom
After 6 hours of journey from KL-Terengganu, we finally reached the resort at 1.38pm. Check in process was manually done but smooth. The resort staff were friendly. The villas were beautiful but poorly maintained. There is something about the resort that makes it creepy & scary....maybe due to the building structure of old wooden houses. My kids are having problems sleeping in the villas...too scary according to them😬 However, I believe that the resort have potentials, given that the management put extra attention to the maintenance of the resort. They should have a TV room for general viewing since all the villas have no TV, no phone, no WiFi, no facilities etc. We spent most of our times in the swimming pool & the nearby beach. One thing I don't really like about the beach is that the resort has no private frontier....we have to share it with the public & they seems to use the resort facilities as they wishes without considering the resort guests. We had to use our own beach towel for us to sit at the beach even though there were a couple of lazy chairs & huts around provided by the resort as the public has occupied it🙄 There is also nothing so great about the breakfast...was expecting nasi dagang or the local delicacies, instead just a plain fried bee hoon & rice only which is not so tasty also😠
Family - Sep 4, 2017
moore82
Quaint, quiet,rustic historic property
In a isolated location on the beach near the low key village Penarik a number of raised wooden, historic bungalow-style rooms are sprinkled throughout a low key garden. Rustic style rooms and bathroom are well appointed and quite comfortable. Lovely pool area and across the road from deserted beach. Disappointed with the food as was looking forward to experiencing some local, genuine Malay food, however, the menu is 80% western and 20% local with fried rice, fried noodles and chicken satay. Not even a local curry or laksa on the menu. Very uninspiring dining experience. Friendly service with limited English.
Solo travel - Aug 13, 2017
gtangg
Idyllic stay
This is the only decent resort within a 20km radius. Checked out Penarik Resort but the rooms were shabby and musty. Pricey but worth it if you crave tranquility away from the festive hubbub. The resort has more than 20 heritage Malay houses that have been reassembled and updated with plumbing and sanitary ware. Each villa or room comes with a queen bed and a large bathroom, with bathtub and rain shower. The only tricky bit was to figure out how to cover the bathroom windows when taking a shower. Breakfast was excellent with generous portions. The staff bent over backwards to prepare something delightful every morning and to meet our cravings. Our favorite was the local fried bread that they purchased from a local warung. We were the only guests for the first part of our stay. When more guests arrived, they set out a wonderful nasi kerabu spread, replete with cereals and bread. There is an air conditioned reading room but we much preferred reading at the villa verandah and nearby gazebo. You can also rent bicycles athough there's not much to see nearby - the landscape is rather deserted except for some buildings to farm birds nests.
Family - Jul 18, 2017
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Hotel facility

Description

Hotel policy

  • Things to Do
    • Beach sun loungers
    • Garden
    • Library
    • Outdoor pool
    • Spa
  • Public Facilities
    • Parking
    • Restaurant
    • Safety deposit box
  • Hotel Services
    • Laundry service
    • Tours
  • Business Facilities
    • Meeting facilities
  • Transportation
    • Car rental
  • Nearby Facilities
    • Gift shop

Check-in and Check-out Time

Check-in: 2:00 PM
Check-out: 12:00 PM

Location
Terrapuri Heritage Village is located in area / city Permaisuri.

There are plenty of tourist attractions nearby, such as Redang Airport (RDN) within 28.36 km, and Sultan Mahmud Airport (TGG) within 44.95 km.

About Terrapuri Heritage Village

Have an enjoyable and relaxing day at the pool, whether you’re traveling solo or with your loved ones.

Get the best deal for finest quality of spa treatment to unwind and rejuvenate yourself.

Savor your favorite dishes with special cuisines from Terrapuri Heritage Village exclusively for you.

Terrapuri Heritage Village is a villa with great comfort and excellent service according to most villa's guests.

With all facilities offered, Terrapuri Heritage Village is the right place to stay.

You must present a photo ID when checking in. Your credit card is charged at the time you book. Bed type and smoking preferences are not guaranteed.Your reservation is prepaid and is guaranteed for late arrival. The total charge includes all room charges and taxes, as well as fees for access and booking. Any incidental charges such as parking, phone calls, and room service will be handled directly between you and the property.
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