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Pantai Pasir Panjang, Kuah, Langkawi 7000 Malaysia
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#2 of 47 Specialty lodging in Kuah
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JennieWHampshire wrote a review Nov 2019
Winchester, United Kingdom91 contributions13 helpful votes
We stayed here for 2 nights with our 3 year old son. It’s a little piece of paradise. The people are so welcoming and friendly. The food is amazing, and Koi the chef was lovely. Our accommodation was right on the beach, so we woke to the sound of the waves. Would definitely recommend this place. And will go back again!
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
brandyyskye wrote a review May 2019
4 contributions1 helpful vote
My new home, my love. You know when you find that place that just feels right, like "I'm where I need to be?" WPP is THAT place for me. I had never stayed on an island in the jungle before I visited this beautiful spot and wasn't sure what to expect. My first visit was booked 4 days, that easily turned into 7. I left, crying mind you, but quickly (within 2 weeks) returned. Left sobbing, again, then came back, again. I think total I was here about a month and a half, maybe more. I'm blessed that I currently have the free time to lose time. Koi, omg, the best! She is my sister now. I am auntie to her beautiful son Awang, a juvenile long tail macaque monkey, who you will surely want to meet and play with. He is naughty tho, so hold onto your sunglasses and hat! She cooks, cleans and entertains. She is the humerus and backbone of the island *hehehe* Gashri, the owner of the island, is not only a great guy, but very kind and HA-larious. Thank you for sharing your home with us. I can't leave out the many gardeners and workers who maintain the grounds. They work hard in the crazy heat to keep things looking good and running. Things to note- I never had an issue with mosquitoes, it was windy pretty much every day I was there, so thank you wind! I love lizards, so the occasional 1 or 4 that visit you in your room made me smile. There will be ants, it is the jungle after all. This didn't bother me, but don't leave ANY food in your bungalow, they will help themselves. Lucky!! If you are lucky he will visit you. He is koi's floof ball cat. Saving the best for last, Billy. Man's best friend, he will most likely walk you to your bungalow after every meal if he is around. To end, but not the end, come here if you love animals, nature, like minds and good times!
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Date of stay: January 2019Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Phyl wrote a review May 2019
Johannesburg, South Africa49 contributions33 helpful votes
We stayed at Wild Pasir Panjang for four nights and had a very relaxing stay. The beach is beautiful and it really feels like a remote slice of paradise. The accommodation and facilities are good but quite basic, don’t expect a 5 star resort. Food and drinks are available, the chef Koi is amazing and so sweet! Breakfast, lunch and dinner were always very tasty! We stayed in a chalet that was quite spacious and private. Everything you need is there but the bed is not that great and the towels are old and not so fresh. Unfortunately two new chalets were being built next to ours and that caused a bit of noise disturbance. We asked if they could do something about it and they tried to accommodate but given the fact that we came there for peace and quiet it was a bit disappointing to have to deal with that. All in all a stunning place, very nice stay and good to get back to the basics in life and enjoy quality beach time.
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Date of stay: May 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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KaraR wrote a review Feb 2019
2 contributions2 helpful votes
Do not miss this place if you are looking for a quiet, natural, secluded beach. We stayed here looking for a secluded beach and Wild Pasir was perfect. We stayed for 2 nights and the second night we had the beach all to ourselves during a full moon. Amazing!! I also had a religious experience with Koi's seafood curry! Practical info- The locals call it Pasir Panjang. We took a boat collective but probably would have hired a private boat in retrospect because it took about 4 hours to get enough people. If you want to save money it is easier to do a collective on the way back to Langkawi. We rented a bike, don't, you don't need it. Staying right there on the beach was all that we needed. They have reasonable priced food and beers from the fridge based on the honor system. We loved it there!
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Date of stay: January 2019
Maatn1980 wrote a review Sep 2018
London, United Kingdom2 contributions
It’s a true paradise, basic but absolutely beautiful and right in touch with nature. The beach is only shared with exotic animals and two wonderful dogs. Koi is the best chef en hostess you will experience in Malaysia. Go!
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Date of stay: September 2018Trip type: Travelled solo
Shujaulhaq wrote a review May 2017
Karachi, Pakistan68 contributions37 helpful votes
Went to this beautiful island as part of the island hopping with Eva Cruise Trip. Loved the quietness and serenity of this place, though the water was a bit murky due to the weather I guess, still it was so good to see a place with so few people. Its a secluded island where few people live so you can be very sure about the privacy. There are few bungalows available on the beach (with cooks and helpers) for the visitors who need some quiet time away from the crowd. I will definitely gonna stay there for long on my next trip.
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Date of stay: June 2016
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_kol_ wrote a review Apr 2017
26 contributions7 helpful votes
I stayed for 2 nights at the red bungalow and it was absolutely magical. I watched the most beautiful sunrises and tasted the most delicious mangos ever. This is a place to relax and be in real touch with nature. The water is a bit murky, but not because it's dirty, probably because of the minerals in the soil. Gashri, the owner, is a very special 72 year old man with amazing stories, and Koi's food is absolutely delicious. They will leave you alone if you want privacy, but will welcome you if you want company. This place will be in my heart for a long time. Thank you!
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Date of stay: April 2017Trip type: Travelled solo
elmila wrote a review Apr 2017
Stuttgart, Germany407 contributions187 helpful votes
Here there is not much. An island, a beach, lots of peace plenty of nature. Gus is an excellent host and Koi is not only sweet but also a prominent cook! Recommended for 3 to 5 days! Here you really come to rest and learn to appreciate nature.
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Date of stay: March 2017
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Trip type: Travelled with friends
Sophie Medjie wrote a review Apr 2017
Singapore, Singapore98 contributions16 helpful votes
Wild pasir panjang is on another island named Kuah. It is a 10 min ride by boat from Langkawi. Pros: Great beach! Not so crowded. Friendly staff. Friendly dogs. As the name says it, the place is wild. Lots of greenery and wild animals. The hotel also provide with food. Fresh fruits from the garden. Cons: Thin mattresses and pillow. No wifi no tv in the bungalow we rented. So if you need this this hotel isn't for you. The proprietor was very welcoming and friendly as well as his family.And we really enjoyed our stay.
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Date of stay: March 2017Trip type: Travelled with family
Malc J wrote a review Mar 2017
Bournemouth, United Kingdom223 contributions65 helpful votes
So this property is not a luxury resort and you don"t pay for luxury, its a small private resort with just a few property's on the beach and a kitchen for food and drink. You can totally unwind and relax here with the beach pretty much to yourself there is nothing to do but relax in the sun or swim in the sea. There is no wifi but a strong 4G phone signal and SIM cards are cheap enough to buy at the Airport Food is cooked to order by the owner and is very generous sized portions at a great price and the curries are very tasty, plenty available to drink and again at a great price. I read some reviews about a dirty beach this was not the case during my stay as the tide changes and the owner said certain times of the year the tide does bring rubbish to the beach but there is volunteers staying sometimes who will clean the beach, the beach is not owned by the property and is a public beach To get to this property is by boat which takes 5-10 minutes from Marble Beach on the main Langkawi island and its 20 minutes from the Airport to boat Again this is not a 4 or 5 star and is basic but you can really relax in peace and get away from it all, you step out of the property and onto the beach
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Date of stay: March 2017
Trip type: Travelled solo
US$72 - US$78 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
MalaysiaKedahLangkawi DistrictLangkawiKuah
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Frequently Asked Questions about Wild Pasir Panjang
Which popular attractions are close to Wild Pasir Panjang?
Nearby attractions include Langkawi Night Market (6.4 km), Eagle Square (5.1 km), and Heavenly Spa by Westin (4.0 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Wild Pasir Panjang?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and airport transportation.
What food & drink options are available at Wild Pasir Panjang?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Wild Pasir Panjang?
Conveniently located restaurants include Alhamdulillah Restaurant, Kayuputi, and Haroo+.
Does Wild Pasir Panjang have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Wild Pasir Panjang offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Does Wild Pasir Panjang have airport transportation?
Yes, Wild Pasir Panjang offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Wild Pasir Panjang?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Japanese, and Malay.
Are there any historical sites close to Wild Pasir Panjang?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Selva's Untold Stories (14.0 km).