The Aryani Terengganu

Jalan Rhu Tapai Setiu, Merang 21010 Malaysia
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moschino24_98 wrote a review Oct 2005
London, United Kingdom268 contributions261 helpful votes
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3.0 of 5 bubbles
The Aryani was suppostd to be the the best part of our trip to Malaysia.
The resort is 30 min from the airport of Kuala Terengganu. The check in was quick and staff are very friendly. The modern suite was really nice. Spacious, with veranda and outdoor sunken bath. The bath is difficult to use because of al the wild life around you. After 10 min the water is full with many insects. The beach is just amazing. There is noone there, just for you. The water was clean with small fish and was just fab. The spa is an old timber building is the body scrub and floral bath was a pleasure. The resort is very personal and has the charm of the local culture.
And here comes the negative points.The resort is just run down. All the ground areas which as simply stunning are not well kept. The water in the small ponds is not clean and full with, mosquitos. The pool is really dirty and not a pleasure to be in. Also the food is very limited as it's mainly local malaysian food very spicy and the choice is not very big. Also many small touches in the room like dripping water from the shower, broken toilet and not TV apart from 3 local channels are not a good sign for luxury resort. The Aryani is very quite place and you need a book and just relax. If this resort was well managed it can be a stunning luxury resort with a lot to offer. Shame that such an amazing place can't show his full potemtial.
I wish the manager of this hotel reads this review because the resort is a small gem which deserves much better.
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Date of stay: September 2005
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Sightsee19294 wrote a review Jul 2006
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia1 contribution10 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
My wife and I wanted a small quiet beach hotel when we brought our guest from the UK to Kuala Trengganu and chose the Aryani after viewing the photos and reports here. We had 3 restful nights and in view of the varying reports, our experiences may be useful.

The mile or so drive into the resort from the main road brought some apprehension of its quality as the vegetation was mainly 'scrub'. Reception was also a little slow but the friendly staff and little touches of local welcome drink and snacks made up for it.

Within the resort, the gardens were neat and well-upkept although not as lush as most tropical gardens due to the very difficult growing conditions and the two chalets we occupied were very comfortable,clean and again with nice local touches in the decor. I thought that the photos on the resort's website gave a good representation of the rooms we occupied. The swiming pool, beach hut and beach were also very nice and with the few guests present during our stay (the football World Cup was blamed for this) , the overall effect of the resort was a most calming and peaceful experience.

On our last night, there was a dinner party and singing entertainment for some VIP visitors at the poolside. We were told verbally of this beforehand, received two apology notes nicely wrapped in the leaf of a local tree and the staff kept on apologising for any disturbance that may be caused to us. In fact, the party was not a bother at all and the singing was entertaining as we finished our dinner at the main 'fort' area overlooking the pool.

The food was adequate and well-presented. We had 'western' dinners on 2 nights and the local Malay dinner on the last. We thought the local fare better than most in KL and also enjoyed the local 'nasi dagang' breakfasts.

Staff were very friendly and mostly happy to please and oblige. Prices for food in the menu (our breakfasts and dinners were in the room package) and drinks were reasonable compared to KL hotel prices.

The main drawbacks were probably the few biting insects (not mosquitoes in all cases) experienced, not enough to be a nuinsance but still worthy of note for those who may be extra sensitive and the long drive to Kuala Trengganu for day visits.

Overall the resort came up to expectations and we will use Aryani again for visits to the area.
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Date of stay: June 2006
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rukaiyah wrote a review Jul 2011
singapore4 contributions9 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Excellent service on arrival and prompt check-in. Lemon grass drink was cool and refreshing. Keropok Lekor - a speciality of the area was hot and crispy served with a spicy dip. The deco of the room was tastefully done in Malay Kampung style. The toilet was clean with fresh white large towels. In front of the villa you have the beach all to yourself. Desert is served in your room at tea time. Day trips can be made from the jetty nearby which takes about 1/2 hour by boat. We had a very pleasant 2 night stay and a good getaway from the hustle and bustle of city life.
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Date of stay: July 2011
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Trip type: Travelled with family
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Tina F wrote a review Jul 2012
Seattle, Washington1 contribution50 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
The Royale Aryani Resort in Kuala Terengganu Malaysia - the worst vacation resort in Malaysia where safety is threatened for any American travelling abroad. Beware of this Resort when booking in Malaysia - east coast region in Merang Kuala Terengganu Malaysia. This place was promoted by Tourism Malaysia and we were the rerecently in June this year, 2012.
The management - The Royal Bintang totally irresponsible to the point that the resort so is run down almost depressing, and dangerous and falsely promoted as a rustic get away in the east coast of Malaysia. The Resort poorly maintained with criminal minded staff!

What You Must know - we vacationed there with the family and a group of is American media, our lives were threatened. It is not easy to write this here as it is emotionally disturbing - but my child was nearly molested by the staff of Aryani Resort. The receptionist made a plot and cut off all our room telephone lines so we could not call the operator for help of any sort. This crime that took place this June is now a Police case. The Staff was arrested on property. We had contacted the Unites Stated Embassy in Kuala Lumpur for assistance and they have been tremendously helpful in following up on the seriousness of this case with the local police. The US embassy has been in contact with the Deputy Police Commissioner and in pursuing this matter for us. It has been a trauma. Imagine paying for a holiday in a resort where your safety and the safety of your child, children are threatened.

Don't be corned into "rustic charm", cultural experience" "malay heritage""tranquil environment" advertisement and photos- nothing matters when your safety and life is at risk!
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Date of stay: June 2012
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Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Response from RamlanLatiff, Resort Manager at The Aryani Terengganu
Responded 25 Jul 2012
Dear guests of The Royale Aryani Terengganu, Welcome to our beach boutique resort and I hope that we have made all our guests' stay with us pleasant, enchanting and relaxing. As of yet, I have not responded to any reviews here in TripAdvisor regarding The Royale Aryani but this particular review has spurned me to take action as with all due respect, the content provided by this reviewer contains misleading information that does not fully disclose the truth to the event that occurred in our property. We had done our very utmost to assist this reviewer during her unfortunate experience, and we certainly did not cut her party from communicating via telephone, WiFi or otherwise. We immediately contacted the authorities as the accusation against our staffmember was serious to the extreme and thus should be treated as such. Further investigation by the local police authorities reveal that the accuser has recanted the allegation against our staff, and as the accused (staffmember) also proclaimed innocence to any wrongdoing. We would therefore like to request the reviewer to forward any further queries or comment to our local authorities. We thank all our guests and readers of TripAdvisor for taking time to read this review response and we sincerely hope that this does not affect your decision to stay in our beautiful and well appointed little property tucked in the tranquil shores of Merang, Terengganu. Thank you. Yours sincerely, Ramlan Latiff Resort Manager
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Marc V wrote a review Aug 2014
11 contributions21 helpful votes
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1.0 of 5 bubbles
Where to start? A hotel right out of a horror movie:

As others have mentioned over the years (!!), this place represents an abandoned property charging out-of-this-world prices in return for (almost) nothing!

We stayed for one night due to the lack of better options in the area and before jetting over to the island of Lang Tengah the next morning!

This was the one (among many that truly deserved the name) "luxury resort" we stayed in on our trip involving teenagers where they were actually packed up and ready to leave ON TIME the next morning! If that isn't a sign...

Arrived to be greeted by a very sweet and smiling receptionist who right away gave us the impression as if she was in over her head and almost wanted to slip us a note saying: "Leave now while you can!"

Received welcome drink/food combo served by an "assistant". None of us enjoyed the food, but that might be a matter of like/dislike. The roaming cats didn't seem to mind, though, finishing our leftovers in no time.

Checked into our good-size rooms with no assistance offerred for the bags.

Rooms are super basic and might still please some backpackers with low expectations out there. Style and decor is nice, but everything is soooo worn out, you wonder when was the last time anyone did anything to upgrade the rooms? I guess the answer is when it was built (late 1990s according to the receptionist).

The same applies to all the facilities, by the way.

Relying on some of the promises made by management ("rest assured we'll fix...") over the years in response to claims other travelers have made, we thought we might find e.g. the beach bar or spa to operate again or some safe beach lounge chairs being available, but no, everything is still in the very same old poor if not dangerous state it was found in years ago!

We definitely found ourselves cheated by the management and owners of the "Royale Bintang Resorts & Hotels Group". I guess the owners find chauffeuring their Bentleys and Ferraris around KL more appealing than taking ownership of their "Jewel of the East Coast"). Uh, hello?

"Service" in restaurant (let's welcome back our friendly receptionist as our waitress) did not exist besides bringing out food with a one hour delay. Quality of dinner food was OK (ordered fried rice and mee dish).
All the other resort guests (about 4-5 tables) went through the same dinner experience, while some of us made the unfriendly encounter of the resident cats who'd jump up on the tables to get their share of the local food. Staff did nothing to control the situation, but how could they? Our helpful receptionist was probably preparing the dishes in the kitchen!!

Breakfast was shockingly disgusting with flies all over and presented in "youth hostel buffet"-style.

We couldn't get away from this place fast enough and - for a moment - thought about leaving without paying but then felt bad for the - once again - lovely receptionist and assistant who always put on a smile for us no matter how awkward or desperate the situation.

To close out on a somewhat positive note, the beach is nearly empty and the water generally nice for what we witnessed on the one evening we were there. Definitely beat the "resort" pool.

However, be aware of and expect rubbish littering the beach and many other public spots in the area. No one seems to mind...

Really, really sad and if not addressed on many levels will lead to tourists avoiding this otherwise beautiful part of the world.

I've travelled throughout Malaysia extensively over the last 25 years but I'm sad to say that this was one of my worst hotel experiences thus far.

One last comment on the few 4 and 5-star reviews that some folks still leave. These must either be bought or those people have NO expectations or comparison whatsoever. Just sayin'...
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Date of stay: July 2014
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kapitian wrote a review Aug 2005
malaysia4 contributions28 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
The Aryani is a small boutique resort on the beach with only 17 mostly semidetached (few detached suites) chalet type rooms in a 8 acre resort. It is located 40 minutes north of Kuala Terengganu which is a long 5 1/2 hour drive from Kuala Lumpur

We had a mixed start at the resort - had to wait almost 20 minutes for the receptionist to show - though to be fair we were served welcome drinks and a small snack in the interim. Then to be told that some problems with our booking: our reserved deluxe room wasn't available for our 2 night stay but they will upgrade us to a suite which will not however be available until about 8 pm as they have allowed a late checkout. In the meantime, we can use another deluxe room til 8 pm but we can't stay in this room for 2 nts as a longstay guest is arriving the next day! Bit hilarious but I suppose understandable given only 17 rooms of various grades to juggle with. However not so fun after a long drive.

What struck us immediately about the place is the peaceful and tranquil feel of the place. You could literally hear a pin drop. This is a little intimidating as we have 2 young children in hand.

The rooms (both deluxe and suite) are clean, uniquely designed (all with outdoor baths and indoor showers- suites with outdoor showers plus indoor baths as well) and well located in the grounds. Beds are absolutely huge and very comfortable. There was room for a extra bed as well.

The "modern suite" we were upgraded to had a nice veranda outfront with table, chairs and an enormous daybed to watch the world go by. The chalet is built Malay style with a high steep roof. The deluxe rooms have a nice aspect (sea or pool view) with superior rooms of which is of similar size but "garden views - the superior rooms are the semidetached back ends of the deluxe rooms with a side entrance. Complimentary Malay sweets are served to your room at night.

The pool is small but perfectly adequate for swimming and adequate for a 17 room resort.

The grounds are well kept and pleasant to wonder around. There is a spa but we did not use it.

The beach is beautiful white sand that stretches for miles in either direction and virtually deserted. There are limited beachside sunbeds however. There is a nice, staffed beachside hut with timber decking. The sea water is very clean and clear. Brilliant blue sea to the horizon. Visible offshore are the Redang and Perhentian Islands. The surf is minimal at this time of the year and swimming in the sea was very enjoyable.

The restaurant has a reasonably wide choice of items both Malay and western with above average quality food. Service is polite but a little laid back. Prices are on the whole reasonable. Even if you come by car, there is no good restaurant within 15 minutes distance. If you have no car, forget it - the resort is more than 1 mile off the main road and apart from a petrol station at the main road junction there is nothing else for a good distance.

Staff is very nice and friendly and seems to take the children on very well. We saw at least 2 other families with young children but can't shake the impression that this is probably best an adult/couples resort.

We had a very nice stay at the Aryani - it is a fabulously designed resort located on a fantastic beach with a beautiful sea at this time of the year. For honeymooners, couples on a romantic break and those wanting a quiet away from it all holiday, it is difficult to beat.
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Date of stay: August 2005
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KembojaPuteh wrote a review Aug 2014
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia1 contribution9 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
As the taxi was approaching the hotel area... we thought it had got the wrong direction..the route was lonely,wild with overgrowths...seemingly like we were passing a cemetry with tombs like designs on d paremeters.. n then we saw an abandoned like building which would be our stay for the next 4 days booked n paid online due to misleading advert n trust in the Royale Bintang group. Isolated location...not family friendly, no convenience store, no children activities to relieve the tired mother...only one restaurant... expensive, quiet n lonely but fortunately food was quite good, hotel grounds r not maintained, aging plants n trees, weeds...rundown hotel rooms with no proper ventilation unless you want to open the windows inviting lots of mosquitoes....not forgetting it is now the deadly dengue season in Malaysia. The feeling staying here is lonely n depressing except for a stretch of great beach. .. mildly clean but ok n nice staff. The advert for this hotel is very misleading.. I believe.it was based on once upon a time but it is badly maintained .... looks like an abandoned kingdom... it can be eeriely lonely in d evenings. Not for d faint hearted souls. Shame on Royale Bintang group... we felt cheated for trusting your brand name.
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Date of stay: July 2014
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Travel10749 wrote a review Feb 2006
London1 contribution9 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Just returned from 3 nights at the Aryani Resortas part of the Malaysian airlines stopover options.

The place could be great but is really just run down with poor service and second rate facilities.

If you are looking for somewhere very quiet with nothing to do but read a book then this is perfect.

If you have looked at their website (which is awful) and thought this would be a smaller and more intimate version of he Datai - then think again.

General Resort - Run down, tired and poorly maintained. Also there is so much fetid standing water then the Mossie's breed in their hundreds.

Rooms - Nice enough beds but (a) there was no discernable reception on the televisions (b) the outdoor baths are unappealing (c) fresh drinking water is not provided (you end up having to beg for boiled water from the kitchens.

Pool - Not fantastic with missing tiles and a pointless set of water fountains. They also don't clean the pool towels until they are very dirty from a few days use.

Sea & Beach - The sea is quiet rough and the floor falls away rapidly meaning this is not really a swimming option. The sea is also quiet badly polluted and FULL of rubbish. Each morning a bloke had to clear up the detritus washed up the previous night. The locals comb the beach in roups scavenging litter and rubbish.

The Beach Bar. A joke. No staff actaully there the entire time we stayed to serve drinks anyway.

The Restaurant. Nothing to get excited about. Perfectly acceptable but portions are very small. My advice would be to order two of the the malay villagers rice @ 2xRM11.5. The only way to get a good feed for a reasonable price.

Drinks. The wine list was a joke. A bottle of Oxford Landing Chardy or Cab Sav @ RM135 each or some digusting undrinkable french plonk at RM115 a pop. Cans of Tiger are RM12 each.

Things to do. Nothing. Kuala Terrenganu is 45 mins away by car and there is NOTHING to do here. My fiance enjoyed the Massages and Spa treatments.

Mosquitos. Thousands of them. Even with a electric Mossie replenent working I got bitten around 10 times aday and 5 times a night. If you wrap in a sheet then they bite you head instead. Take LOTS of insect stuff with you.

Service. The staff were nice when you asked them to do something but there is no proacticity at all and they seem depressed to work there. There is also not enough staff for the resort. There were probably around 10 guests when we were there but we seemed to out number the staff!

All in all I had a very relaxing time for 5 days doing bugger all but drinking by the pool, reading books whilst desperately swatting insects away.
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Date of stay: February 2006
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Alvin Y wrote a review Jun 2012
Penang Island, Malaysia38 contributions22 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We (a group of 9 adults and 10 children) just recently concluded our vacation with a 3D/2N stay at Aryani following a trip to Lang Tengah. We thought of breaking our journey back to PG by resting for another 2 nights at Terengganu. This was my 2nd trip to Aryani.
There are a couple of things I like about Aryani. For one, you get to experience the rustic charm of a heritage village as the rooms are designed to showcase the old traditional Malay homes. The rooms are well furnished. Sure, it's not that well maintained but it didn't really bother us at all. It's comfortable and cozy. Everything in the room works fine and the super king size bed was big enough to fit 2 adults and 2 children comfortably. The resort doesn't have many rooms (I was told there's only 23) and when we were there, it felt as though we had the whole place to ourselves! So, if you are looking for some quiet time in a very tranquil environment, this is the place to be.
The staff was super friendly and helpful. 2 years ago I booked my trip through the resort manager, Ezy. She remembered my when we corresponded this year and she was really helpful in making all the arrangements for us. We even had a brithday celebration (for one of the kids) which was very nicely arranged by Ezy and the Restaurant Manager. There aren't many staff around so every personel takes full accountability in ensuring guests request are met.
All in all, I had a relaxing time at Aryani. The staff very extremely helpful and friendly (special thanks to Ezy). I will be back again! :)
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Date of stay: June 2012
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Trip type: Travelled with family
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maelclaude wrote a review Apr 2011
Nice, France2 contributions11 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Although we called ahead to announce our arrival ( a group of 7) we had to wait in the rain until 1 (one) person came to take care of us.The monsoon rains did not faze us but the condition of the resort shocked us. Used and threadbare would be the description. Hard to believe that they won the best resort award in 2007!!! The location is ideal!!! A shame to see such a resort practically "rot" away. The beach cafe is closed and the walls and roof covered with fungus/mushrooms... Lightings on the path were broken down (dangerous at night during a downfall) The spa and shop were closed. The menu lacked most of the items on them, even the local dishes eg. "roti canai" !! The chalets and amenities...threadbare and with spots!!
The staff were VERY friendly and did their best but were left on their own by the management. We found out that the manger had quit recently!! We felt very sad as we had quite a high expectation of the resort. It should have been the highlight of our first time visit to Malaysia. By the way we had a fantastic trip to KL, Taman Negara and Kuantan in two cars.. We left a couple of days earlier than planned from the Aryani back to KL....
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Date of stay: March 2011
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Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from jeeya, Guest Relations Manager at The Aryani Terengganu
Responded 23 Apr 2011
The Aryani Management Dear reviewer, Thank you for your feedback and we do appreciate your sincere sharing. To ensure that The Aryani remains the charming heritage resort it will soon go through transformation and upgrading work in phases. we look forward to welcoming you back to The Aryani for you to experience and improved offering and service. Kind regards
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PhilippaAtkinson44 wrote a tip Apr 2014
Singapore3 contributions2 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Room 11 has a great ocean view from both sides"
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susie_phillips_28 wrote a tip Aug 2013
Kooyong, Australia58 contributions46 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"STay somewhere else."
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jellyfish1079 wrote a tip Jul 2013
Singapore, Singapore16 contributions4 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Choose garden deluxe if available"
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zzmelayu wrote a tip May 2012
Subang Jaya, Malaysia326 contributions184 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"We took Chalet #13 as advised in one of the reviews and we were not disappointed. Chalet #13 faced the beach. The chalets facing the pool were also good. One of the riders and his wife stayed in the "main house" which was reputed to be 150 years old. They said it creaked a lot but provided for a unique experience. There was a modern block of 5-6 rooms. No one in our entourage complained about any of the accommodations as far as sleep quality was concerned."
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