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Sari Pacifica Hotel, Resort & Spa - Lang Tengah

Lang Tengah Island, Pasir Besar, Pulau Lang Tengah 21030 Malaysia
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#2 of 4 hotels in Pulau Lang Tengah
Sari Pacifica Hotel, Resort & Spa - Lang Tengah island in Terengganu state, Malaysia. Resort with perfect private beach not too far from the mainland. The closest big island - Redang, closest city with the airport - Kuala Terengganu. We offer 3D2N packages the same as common booking room. Our resort has a DIVE CENTER with PADI courses. Special WEDDING packages could be created on request.
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Property amenities
Public wifi
Free breakfast
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Airport transportation
Outdoor pool
Bar / lounge
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Baggage storage
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Room features
Air conditioning
Private balcony
Flatscreen TV
Room types
Ocean view
Non-smoking rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, Chinese, Malay


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Lang Tengah Island, Pasir Besar, Pulau Lang Tengah 21030 Malaysia
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Sultan Mahmood Airport52 kmSee all flights
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Fazira Kuala Lumpur wrote a review Oct 2021
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia38 contributions8 helpful votes
Wonderful clear water beach and white sand just infront of the resort. We love the resort as well as their friendly staffs. Services are above excellent as almost all of our requirement were provided. Definitely a recommded place to have your holiday. Great work guys
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Date of stay: October 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
Alan H wrote a review Sep 2020
4 contributions1 helpful vote
We went primarily to dive, we were a group of 7. There was no equipment to rent so two of our party couldn't dive. We agreed with the dive shop to dive two days but on the second day the one dive master was apparently ill so we couldn't dive. There was zero interest about our predicament from the staff and no attempt to acquire another dive master even though they knew there was a problem after the first day. The dive boat was totally unfit for purpose and much too small with no facilities for diving, the tanks covered the whole floor and we had to kit up one y one as there was no room, the batmen did nothing, not even collected our fins when we finished our dives. On the last dive the boat left us whilst we were diving as a storm came in and they were worried about capsizing, so we had a longish swim back to shore and a stumble on to the beach with all our diving equipment. The food was a buffet every night in the full board package and was comfortably the worst food I have sampled in Malaysia. The meat consisted mainly of grisle and bone and even at the start f the buffet was already cold. There was minimal choice and the dessert was the same every night - watermelon and either small slices of banana cake or fruit cake. In my room I received electric shocks from the two lamps in the bathroom, the rainshower could not be used unless a button was held continuously in, the hand shower adjustment was broken so it was not possible to raise the height from waist level. To be fair we did manage to negotiate half price for the last dive but it could have resulted in a serious accident. The place caters mainly for local families (with lots of excited young children) and snorkelling.
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Date of stay: September 2020
Room Tip: Garden bungalows are subject to noise from pool, but further away the rooms are budget and not...
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Starz_Xin wrote a review Aug 2020
Kuala Lumpur72 contributions19 helpful votes
There were quite a few bad/so so review on this resort, but my experience on this resort was quite a good one.. Good Points - easy booking procedure via email/whatsapp to KL booking office - on time speedboat ( sharp departure at 10am) - very nice location - white sandy beach, crystal clear beach - nice beach for snorkeling, manage to see turtle, puffer fish, trigger fish and lots of colourful fishes..etc - room well kept & clean - comfortable bed, just bit too high - big bathroom , surprise to have jacuzzi in garden villa too - friendly staffs - very clean swimming pool - surrounding also well maintain, lots of greenery - jungle trekking trip - easy trek & nice view for sun rise at batu kuching There is only 1 bad point - which is the food. The food actually taste alright, is only the variety and spread to be improve. There is no any prawn/squitd dishes during our stay. We only have 1 type of meat, 1 type of fish (kembong/patin), 1 vege..etc for lunch, and additional 1 spaghetti during dinner. Breakfast is slightly better than lunch & dinner. Overall, we enjoyed our trip this time, and hopefully can revisit this lovely island again in future.
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Date of stay: August 2020
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R4Z4L1 wrote a review Aug 2020
Mexico City, Mexico83 contributions68 helpful votes
We booked with 2 Villas facing pool and spent 3D2N from 23-25 August with full onboard package, including return boat transfer from Merang jetty, and 1x snorkeling trip around the island at Batu Putih and Batu Kucing snorkeling spot. The reservation was done online and made easy once I contacted Ms Tina from resort front desk. She is attentive and provided quick response so we can plan the trip upfront. The villa chalet is spacious with 2 Queens beds, and large bathroom with jacuzzi. The rooms are clean and basic amenities are provided, but no TV or wifi in the room since you will be spending most of your time outdoors. However, there is telecom tower near the resort so you can still use your own mobile data. The AC was okay but not that cold and I have to call the workers to clean the AC on my second day. Water pressure for shower can be improved in future. Food served was nice, but expect not lot of spreads with mix of local and western choice. I'd like one of the dinner dishers of fresh squids come with eggs. If you not taking Fullboard package, the meal charges will be RM50 per head. The highlight of this resort is the beautiful sea view, white sandy beach, and clear seawater infront of the beach. The scenery was awesome especially during the sunset. And there isn't many people around, maybe due to Covid19, so you'll have the beach for your group. We snorkled in 2 spots around Lang Tengah Island, and the next day we took a boat to Redang island to snorkle. I would rate the snorkeling in Redang is much better experience than in Lang Tengah. Overall, it was good experience and I would rate it between 3.5 to 4 stars. There is still room for improvement especially to include more activities or facility in the resort, upgrading the room and bathroom, or maybe appoint resort manager to enhance the hospitality level .
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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bontheka wrote a review Jul 2020
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia65 contributions49 helpful votes
I booked a family pool view room for my family of 5 directly with the hotel. My family consists of 2 adults, 2 teens and a child of 9. There were only 2 double beds in the room so I asked if an extra bed could be provided but they said there was no space for this. I then asked if we could bring out own airbed for my child. This request was initially denied although we had to pay extra charges for him. They eventually agreed when I showed them a picture of the small airbed. We booked a package that comprised room with breakfast and return boat transfers from and to Merang jetty. We took a flight from Subang airport in KL at 7:15am, landed in Kuala Terengganu at 8:15am. When we exited arrivals, a Sari Pacifica rep stood there holding a hotel sign with my name on it as I'd also asked for airport transfers. We paid for the airport transfers and waited about 10-15 mins before getting into a van for the drive to Merang jetty. Initially, I was afraid of not making it for the 10am boat to the island but we actually arrived at the jetty just after 9am so we had some time to kill. There are a few souvenir shops near the jetty and a 5 minute walk will take you to a small restaurant selling some Malaysian food items. The boat transfer was fine. We arrived well before official check in time. There was a big group checking out at the time, so we were told to wait in the restaurant and offered welcome drinks (fruit juice). We were then checked in and told that limited rooms were being let out that week as their generator was struggling to cope but the good news was, we were being upgraded to a seaview villa. We waited a bit while the housekeeping staff cleaned the room and by around 11:15, we were in our room. The beds looked plush and there were lots of pillows. The bathroom had 2 sinks, a shower area, a separate toilet plus a jacuzzi bathtub (I think). We had been informed earlier that there would be daily power cuts between 11am and 2pm. There were some cobwebs in the toilet area (toilet also had a bidet). The furnitures look dated but it didn't bother us. During the power cut, we left the room door open to let in fresh sea breeze but that also seemed to invite a lot of mosquitoes inside. In the night, I also found some small cockroaches in the bathroom and toilet area. Anyway, I managed to get some mosquito coils to light in the room at night. My 9 year old didn't seem to sleep well in his airbed so I invited him to share the bed with me and my husband (his brothers didn't want him in theirs!) and the bed was big enough for the 3 of us. There was a limited number of uninspiring food items on the restaurant menu and they were pricey too, so we ended up going to the neighbouring resort, Summer Bay, for our lunch and dinner as it had a better selection. Complimentary breakfast at Sari was again nothing to shout about. Right in front of Sari near the rocks, is a great snorkeling area. Actually, as soon as you walk into the sea and put your head into the water, you will start seeing colourful fishes. We went snorkeling at this place several times during our stay. And in front of Summer Bay, there is an area cordoned off for snorkelers which also has lots of corals and a big school of fish. They also have 2 pontoons so you can take a rest while snorkeling. FYI, Summer Bay is only a 5 minute walk away and yes, you can go snorkeling in that area in front of their resort. I would also recommend a walk to the government jetty at the end of the beach, where there's a big school of tiny fish and baby sharks chasing them. The waters near the jetty are an amazing blue. We trekked to the D'Coconut resort near the South of the island, following a dirt trail behind Sari and were shocked by the sight of discarded rubbish like washing machines, sinks, fans, cutleries, furniture, etc. We saw both D'Coconut's east and west wing beaches and I was glad I hadn't booked there as it was quite small and it didn't look like they had snorkeling spots there. We also tried getting to Batu Kuching for snorkeling but only got as far as Turtle Bay and had to turn back as we couldn't find the path to get beyond that and we saw no one around who could help point the way. Overall, we had a lovely stay on Lang Tengah. The whole family enjoyed the snorkeling but my husband said maybe next time, we might stay at Summer Bay as they seemed to have better rooms and restaurants although they're pricier too. I have however heard that Summer Bay is popular with Chinese tourists so once the borders are open, it might not be as peaceful and quiet as it was during our stay.
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Date of stay: July 2020
Room Tip: We had the F1 Seaview Villa room, which was located about 10 metres from the beach.
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US$72 - US$351 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
MalaysiaTerengganuPulau Lang Tengah
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Frequently Asked Questions about Sari Pacifica Hotel, Resort & Spa - Lang Tengah
What are some of the property amenities at Sari Pacifica Hotel, Resort & Spa - Lang Tengah?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Sari Pacifica Hotel, Resort & Spa - Lang Tengah?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Sari Pacifica Hotel, Resort & Spa - Lang Tengah?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Sari Pacifica Hotel, Resort & Spa - Lang Tengah?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Does Sari Pacifica Hotel, Resort & Spa - Lang Tengah have airport transportation?
Yes, Sari Pacifica Hotel, Resort & Spa - Lang Tengah offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is Sari Pacifica Hotel, Resort & Spa - Lang Tengah located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.7 km away from the centre of Pulau Lang Tengah.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Sari Pacifica Hotel, Resort & Spa - Lang Tengah?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Chinese, and Malay.
Does Sari Pacifica Hotel, Resort & Spa - Lang Tengah have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the ocean view available here.