Sari Pacifica Hotel, Resort & Spa - Lang Tengah

Sari Pacifica Hotel, Resort & Spa - Lang Tengah

Lang Tengah Island, Pasir Besar, Pulau Lang Tengah 21300 Malaysia
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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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Public wifi
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Free breakfast
Beach
Canoeing
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Airport transportation
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Outdoor pool
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Restaurant
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Diving
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Fishing
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Air conditioning
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Ocean view
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3.5 of 5 stars
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Romantic
Mid-range
Languages Spoken
English, Chinese, Malay

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Lang Tengah Island, Pasir Besar, Pulau Lang Tengah 21300 Malaysia
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Sultan Mahmood Airport
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R4Z4L1 wrote a review Aug 2020
Mexico City, Mexico
+1
3.0 of 5 bubbles
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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ekta p wrote a review Jul 2020
Malaysia
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Its an old resort, one of the 3 resorts on the island. And we got a good price deal during our stay compared to the other expensive option nearby. Their rooms are spacious and clean, but they look quite run-down. Our room also had a jacuzzi which was fun to relax in. The staff is an absolute delight, starting from Christina, to Alan (restaurant) and Mani (diver). They were super friendly, helpful and fun to chat with. They even arranged a cake for my birthday from the mainland.
For activities, however, I would suggest to utilize Summer Bay, as they have immense experience and more crowd.
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Date of stay: July 2020
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
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Tao De Friends 陶德 wrote a review Jun 2023
Spokane, Washington
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Like other reviews, this place needs restoration - still recovering from COVID.. Maybe 60% is currently open. Food is all buffet. Quiet and a nice beach. The staff is always there for you, as good as any 4/5 star. Please clean the mildew in bathrooms. Price is a bit hight for the quality of room. Beds were good/clean. The resort just appears to be wilting. But Lang Tengah is the place is you want tranquility vs. busy Redang and Perhentian.
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Date of stay: May 2023
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled solo
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Alan H wrote a review Sept 2020
1.0 of 5 bubbles
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
2.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
Room Tip: Garden bungalows are subject to noise from pool, but further away the rooms are budget and not...
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meezali wrote a review Jul 2022
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We went for a diving trip. First time in Lang Tengah, the room and resort facilities were good. The staff were friendly. The highlight of the trip was our amazing diving experince with great hospitality from the DC team - Ali and Mahdi. They were very helpful and went for extra miles in servicing us. Diving with them were fun! We highly recommend you to dive with them! We will definitely come again!
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Date of stay: July 2022Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Fazira Kuala Lumpur wrote a review Oct 2021
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
+1
5.0 of 5 bubbles
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
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Frank E wrote a review Aug 2012
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
4.0 of 5 bubbles
I got a headache reading the reviews for this hotel because the views varied so drastically. So I might add my 2 cents to hopefully save you the pain.
You get there from merang jetty which is easy to find. There is cheap "secure" undercover parking. The boat leaves 10.30am. We rang the previous day to confirm the time which was a good idea because they couldn't find our booking initially. The trip is 45min on a fairly small boat jumping the waves. While we had a blast I could imagine that the elderly or people with back problems could see it tortureous or scary.
The arrival revealed a very picturesque bay with calm, turquoise waters. So it is great for swimming and there is a reasonable amount of fish just off the beach. The coral is mainly dead and broken, for snorkeling fanatics you would need to go on any of the trips offered....either to Redang, Perhentian or around Lang Tengah. You pay extra for their snorkeling gear which is a downer, even though its not expensive. We found the beach clean and it had shady palms and gazebos to chill out.
The rooms would have been quite grand in the past, but are a bit dated now. Certainly no 5-star material, more of a 3.5 at best. Tacky furniture a bit cramped, but reasonably clean. They are all individual villas which is nice and the garden setting is pretty as well. There is a clean swimming pool and kids pool. A downer is that they seem to burn their garbage nearby, but the smoke might also keep the mossies away. Their clothes lines must be near it as the towels smell of it.
Now to the food: We had booked a half board for 2 nights. There were about 30 guests at the time. Reviews here have stated how terrible the food was - that is NOT the case. You have to take into account that you are on a tiny island with quite a distance to the mainland. So there wont be a dozen dishes to choose from. Buffet breakfast is pretty standard, and buffet dinner usually had two western type dishes and to local. When things run out you may have to ask whether they will more but it then gets whipped up fairly quickly. We over-ate every time. Its not your 5-star restaurant experience, but we were more than satisfied and found the simplicity charming and appropriate for the type of hotel.
So overall we had a very very pleasant stay, enjoyed the easy going and laid back attitude and would have loved to stay for a week. If you after 5-star glamour and pampering this place is not for you. For a getaway from mass tourism and a picture perfect beach to relax than you got to go.
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Date of stay: July 2012
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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HafiedzAH wrote a review Jun 2012
Johor Bahru, Malaysia
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Booking: Started with an online enquiry at http://langtengah.saripacifica.com/ and then followed by a few exchanged emails. Ta-dahh…! We’ve got ourselves the two Sea Front Villas for 3D2N.

Getting There: We drove all the way to Merang and reached the jetty area at where the Merang River flows into the South China Sea. It is quite tricky to drive there since there is no Merang signboard anywhere between the Kuala Terengganu to Kota Bharu road. It was also unfortunate for us that Merang is not listed in our latest GPS map. The best thing is for you to quickly turn into any road that leads you to the coastal road in the District of Setiu. If you don’t have a good bearing to do this, just drive away from the hills and you should be able to find the shore.

Jetty: It looks like an old fishermen’s jetty that was turned into the boat services jetty for the few islands in the area. Try to be as light packer as you can be since the bridges connecting the platforms to the boats will not allow adherence to the stewardess’ posture while wheeling in your luggage into the boats. Alas, the boatmen will carry all the luggage into and out of the boat, though. If you drive to this jetty, you can park for free at the limited parking spaces in front of the Nurul Boat Services Jetty counter that are usually full. Else, just park your car across the road at one of the covered parking lots for an RM15 per night.

Boat: We were told to find Nurul Boat Services to catch our boat at 10:30 am at Merang Jetty. We arrived there at 10:10 am and had ample time to purchase the return boat tickets for the five of us. It was a RM160 return per adult and half of that for a kid below 12 years old. Another option was just to pay RM900 to charter the boat for a return trip. We were lucky that there was no one else going to Lang Tengah Island at that time, so we had the boat all to ourselves going to and returning from Lang Tengah Island. The smoothness of the approximately an hour boat journey will depend on the sea condition. It was smooth for us going to Lang Tengah Island but it was choppy when we returned due to the storm that we had on the second night we were there.

Check In: Checking in was fast. As soon as we reached Lang Tengah Island, we got out of the boat, walked on the rustic Sari Pacifica Luxury Hotel Resort and Spa Jetty, introduced ourselves at the reception desk, and were immediately given the two keys for our two Sea Front Villas. Our luggage were directly transferred from the boat to the villas and lunch was ready for these five full boarders.

Room: Thank you, Sari Pacifica…especially to Natasha Rock deAwesome, for giving us the opportunity to stay at two of your very few Sea Front Villas, which we called our homes for those 3D2N, which was later extended to 4D3N due to your awesomeness. There were double queen beds, which we slept perfectly in. There was a double jacuzzi, which we could only enjoy once, since we were so busy snorkeling every time the sun was out, which was practically every day! There was continuous supply of electricity and hot water throughout the day. There was even so much space for us to choose to put our luggage at in the spacious rooms and bathrooms.

Staff: The staffs, Natasha, Kiki, Akhmar, Along, Zaimi, Ryan and Antonio, to name a few, were indeed friendly and helpful. A storm hit the island on our second night there. All the staffs were there to cater for different needs of different guests in very short recovery time. Yes, we had a blackout and a little roof leakage due to the stormy gust but we took it as a blessing to allow us to experience thunderstorm on an island.

Spa: Was there a spa?! I think I was too busy tailgating the Triggerfish (Ikan Jebung) in the sea to notice if there is any.

Surrounding (Beach): It is supposed to be a resort with a private beach. Yes, I could read and I could see that there were signboard indicating that it is a private beach for Sari Pacifica guests only, However, again, we were swarmed by flocks of illiterate people, who claim that they can choose to either chill at the East Wing or the West Wing. What East Wing? What West Wing? There are other resorts on the other side of the island. But Sari Pacifica does not have any wing! What WING?! Yes, the sea is a public property but beaches can be privately owned. That means, these people can snorkel anywhere in the sea but they failed to understand that they were raping other people who wanted to have some peaceful time on the beach. Those are the people from the other resorts on the island who think that they can freely use Sari Pacifica’s properties at their leisure. Sari Pacifica should put up bigger signboards at the resort perimeters in both simple English and Malay to ensure people can read and can understand its meaning. A “STOP! Sari Pacifica Guest Only” should be short and sweet…and easy to understand. Whatever it is, the beach is just unexpectedly gorgeous with fine white sand. For those who complained about too many dead coral on the beach, be knowledgeable about proper sea activity ethics:
1. Wear the beach slippers/shoes/sandals.
2. Stop standing on the corals or touching the corals while taking pictures of yourself snorkeling/diving.
3. Stop jumping into the sea from the boat or the jetty and landing on the coral.
Thanks to you, the stepped/touched/jumped on corals will soon die and will be washed away to the beaches for the next barefooted generation to step on.

Surrounding (Island): If you wish to walk around the island, please do not expect there are stunning beautiful bridges and skillfully paved road to be your walkway. It is an island. So, yes, you may have to climb on some beautifully protruding rocks by the sea and may expect to be wet if you jump into a pool of sea water that may escape from being pulled into the sea during the low tide. You can visit the other resorts on the island through the beach way or choose the more adventurous trails that let you cross the island by foot, through the woods to the other resorts. A friendly note: no bus or taxi here! If you need a bicycle, be prepared to pay for the transport cost to bring a bicycle on a boat from Merang to you. :D

Food/Restaurant: When you are on an island, you can choose to be there during peak season or low season. Go there during a peak season if you want to have a variety of buffet for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Go there during a low season if you want some privacy and peaceful time, but don’t expect the hotel to prepare too many variety of food that you cannot consume all. Another option is to not go to a secluded island if you expect to have 1001 types of food transferred by boat daily for you to fill up your plates and then waste them at the end of the day. But again, be fully aware that Lang Tengah Island is a Malaysian island. There will be people who will fill up their plates with mountains of buttered prawns and grilled mutton. You may have to deal with people who cut the lines or even people who hijack the serving plates from the chefs in order to get a piece of the prawn or mutton. This nerve wracking situation could have led us to start planning to kidnap the chef for him to cook us a couple of buttered prawns and a few pieces of grilled muttons. LOL! Nonetheless, kudos to the chefs for preparing great food for us. We did enjoy Sari Pacifica’s breakfasts, lunches and dinners. Many thanks to all staffs who managed to give me a great chocolate cake on my birthday. I think I have gained a lot of weight! :D

Activities (Snorkeling): This is a place where you can jump out of the villa and start snorkeling immediately at the relatively good snorkeling spots where one can see some colorful corals and reef fishes. You may even get a glance of small Spiny Dog Sharks (Ikan Yu) which are harmless to human.

Activities (Fishing): The amazingly friendly staff, Along, and even the crazily fun hotel manager, Mr. Zaimi, can bring you about 300-400 meters off the shore for fun fishing. We actually filled up the bucket with a bunch of Yellowtail Fusilier (Ikan Delah), Triggerfish (Ikan Jebung/Kambing), Grouper (Ikan Kerapu), Bluetail Fusilier (the small ones used to make fish crackers, I think) and Damsel Fish (the ones with sharp fins). There were some Needlefish (Ikan Todak) around that cut our lines too! Not too bad for amateur fisherpersons! Some of the fish were even served to us for a tasty dinner that night!

We did not allow the itsy bitsy imperfections of the hotel nor the island to get the better of us. After all, we were on an island which is located at a good distance from the mainland, where each and everything has to be brought over by boats. This reminds me to remind you to bring sufficient supplies of items that you can’t live without, like the sunblock, tidbits, and snacks. There is no sundry shop on this small lovely island.

We truly have enjoyed the natural beauty of the landscape and the solitude of the environment. The clear turquoise water was much more than enough to make up for any less desirable aspects of the resort. Thank you, Sari Pacifica Lang Tengah!

P/S: And for those who wants to be at the resort where the movie "Love You You Island", this is the right resort where it was shot. Not at the other resort on the island. :)
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Date of stay: May 2012
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Frangipani Sea Front Villas F1, F2 and F3 – literally beach front.
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meitsa wrote a review Aug 2017
Hong Kong, China
+1
1.0 of 5 bubbles
A hotel nestling in the middle of a crystal clear bay should be the ideal setting for a 5 star luxury hotel. To our disappointment the hotel resembled little of what it showed on its official website. Ok so the middle man overcharged us, charging 2 nights instead of one. Thank you to the person who told us we were overcharged. The manager said he didn't know what the price was for the room and had no say on the pricing of the room. Really ? His staff had more clue about pricing. The original chalet was so run down we asked to change room. The manager didn't realise I had already seen the hotel list of room occupancy and try to pretend there was no other nice room and tried to put us in another horrible room. He made several phone calls for almost an hour and finally conceded to give us a better chalet. Before we left reception I specially checked what was included in the price and he said it included all meals and the transfer to Redeng. Despite saying all this in front of my friend he denied saying they would pay for the transfer to Redeng and also tried to only refund us 280 MYR for the overcharged room. It's such a shame the manager could not treat his customers with my respect. My advice to him is to simply walk into the hotels left and right of his hotel and see the condition of the accommodation and find out their prices and then say to himself what do I need to do to improve on this hotel to make it better. The pictures speak for themselves。
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Date of stay: August 2017Trip type: Travelled with friends
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ariaMalaysia wrote a review Apr 2015
malaysia
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Sari Pacifica should either lower their prices drastically in keeping with the room facility offered or burn them all to the ground. The island itself has much to recommend it, being relatively small and unpopulated you can enjoy peaceful days [ if only the resort would turn of their ‘muzak’ and miniature Trevi fountain so you could enjoy sounds of the sea washing into shore ] Most notably on this island there is also a Turtle Sanctuary called Lang Tengah Turtle Watch http://langtengahturtlewatch.org/ which is well worth checking out to see what a just handful of people are doing to save some our natural world.
Back to the rather unnatural ‘resort’ of Sari Pacifica - full of mock baroque broken furniture, gilded toilets, rusted spa baths, falling curtains, greasy sheets. Our bathroom had a marble sink top with earthquake-like cracks trapping all debris. Our shower was a boiling hot dribble- unusable.We were attacked mercilessly by mosquitoes in bedroom at night as no bed nets were supplied and a net screen over a window had holes. Usually hotels[ at this price] provide mosquito deterrents in this part of the world due to the potential dengue fever .
Sadly the beach here evidences a dead coral reef … so much broken coral that you can’t walk into the sea without water.shoes or you risk cutting your feet.
The staff all try very hard but room renovation is essential. If they do this then one would hope that they consider the location and environment more carefully from both design and build aspects.
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Date of stay: April 2015
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
1.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Answer from JohnKoh
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia7 contributions1 helpful vote
Hi. It is okay to wear a short / t-shirt as long as you wear appropriate :)
Birkbo asked a question Apr 2016
Birkerod, Denmark91 contributions106 helpful votes
Hi all. Does Sari Lang Tengah have their own diving center? Thanks a lot for helping out. KR Hanne
Answer from meitsa
Hong Kong, China276 contributions75 helpful votes
Yes its the instructor is actually good, not sure about the price.
Niknorita asked a question Mar 2016
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia4 contributions3 helpful votes
How Do I do my scuba diving if I stay at Sari Pacifica Hotel?
Alan H wrote a tip Sept 2020
5 contributions1 helpful vote
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"Garden bungalows are subject to noise from pool, but further away the rooms are budget and not that attractive."
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bontheka wrote a tip Jul 2020
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia65 contributions50 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"We had the F1 Seaview Villa room, which was located about 10 metres from the beach."
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a414 wrote a tip Oct 2019
Kent, United Kingdom76 contributions44 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Pay a bit more for the garden rooms, the budget rooms are near the electric generators"
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traveltoes17 wrote a tip Jul 2019
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia40 contributions12 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Poolside chalets are beautiful"
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Emma wrote a tip May 2019
3 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"choose a villa"
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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.
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