Langkawi Hotels

Joseph asks…

Hi travellers, anyone would like to get a reasonable hotel rates?

I have a selection of 3 to 4 star hotels room available to you at a reasonable rates in West Malaysia. Places which are available includes : Sutera Beach Resorts in Terengganu, Cherating Holiday Villa in Cherating, Zon in the Park (fomerly Eden Garden) in JB, City Bayview hotel in Malacca, Radius International Bukit Bintang KL and Asean Seaview Resort in Langkawi.
Any genuine travellers please drop me a line and i would try to arrange to your convenient date. A word of advise though, avoid booking on public holidays!

Cuti-cuti Malaysia answers:

Ok, thanks for your ‘help’ I will going popping along to west Malaysia later on this year and may get some hotel rates from you.

By the way, Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland and has been since 1437, not Glasgow!

Daniel asks…

Advice for a holiday in Malaysia?

My girlfriend and I are going to go to Malaysia at the start of March. We already have flights booked and don’t want to do a package holiday but travel around. I have three questions:

1. What’s a recommended daily budget? We want to stay in nice but relatively inexpensive guesthouses and huts (as opposed to hotels), eat cheaply and drink a few beers.

2. Where are the nice, quiet-ish Islands in Malaysia with beautiful beaches? Should we go to Langkawi?

3. We’re only there for two weeks, and want to spend most of the time on islands and beaches. However, we do want to spend some time in KL. How long do you think we should stay in KL to see a good bit of it?

Many thanks for any help you can give.

Cuti-cuti Malaysia answers:

Hi there! Two weeks is not that long, but if you fail to plan properly your trip will turns sour. So, do lots of research on the net. Anyway, as a local, i’ll give you some indications;

1. Decent accommodation at an island will cost you about RM50 – RM100/nite. Food is very cheap, at RM5-RM10/meal if you take them at normal restaurant. Decent accommodation in KL will cost you RM100/nite. Try (this is budget hotel – they have tune hotels in most big cities in Malaysia).

2. I would recommend the islands at the east coast of Malaysia namely Redang Island, Tioman Island or Perhentian Island. But these islands are a bit far from KL, i.e. Approx. 4km by road. If you have a chance to go to Sabah, sample their islands and beaches too. You could try Langkawi, it’s not bad, but to me it’s already too commercialised.

3. Erm, 3-4 days in KL should suffice to taste the KL life. Perhaps KL could be your last stop after islands hopping and right before you fly back to your home.

Linda asks…

quality hotel kuala lumpur?

hi, i’m going to kuala lumpur next week and staying ni the quality hotel , kuala lumpur. my mum booked it, and it says it has a safe deposit box, but i dont know whether to bring my laptop or not, aparently the internet charges are bad, but we’re gonig to langkawi next day and i dont know whther the safe deposit box will be big enoguh for the laptop, anyone know the size of it?

Cuti-cuti Malaysia answers:

First most Quality Hotels have free Hifi

As to safety deposit that depends on the hotel
If you are worried leave your laptop with Reception and get a Receipt

John asks…

make me a full itinerary to bangkok

my club planning to make a trip to bangkok. we are planning to stay for 3 days and 2 nights. i will like to know about accommodation, place of interest, transportation plus food and beverage which must be HALAL for muslim people. first we want to check in at khao san road where backpackers area. i want more detail on this place. after that we want make a trip to Damnoen Saduak which a floating market then to King palace. if can search a cheap hotel near this location. make sure provide us the trip to any university in bangkok that have course of tourism.
the second day we plan to go to Cha tu chak and Thailand tourism Authorities plus weekend market. we also want to visit another public university that also provide the tourism programme. make sure it is near to the place we visit on the second day plus the hotel nearby for overnight.
last day trip check out from the hotel and use train from bangkok to Haad yai. At Satun use ferry go to langkawi. u can give extra information or detail example accommodation, place of interest, transportation and food and beverage. reply as soon as possible. thanks for your cooperation.

Cuti-cuti Malaysia answers:

Do it yourself, you lazy schmuck… Oh, and beware there are many jews on KSR….

Good luck

Susan asks…

MEE GORAN (is this the right spelling)?i am in uk how do i make it?

Mee Goran is that how it’s spelt? the best one i had was while in Langkawi at a hut just outside Aseaina Hotel. i am going back there in february to get it again. am i right in thinking its the noodles, veg, prawns and fish paste?

Cuti-cuti Malaysia answers:

Spelled: Mee Goreng

Mee Goreng

This is the most popular version of the fried yellow egg noodles. The Chinese and Malays also have their own versions. Mee mamak noodles are fried in a dark soy sauce. Ingredients include shrimp paste, chicken, egg and crushed peanuts. It is served with several halves of mini lime which should be squeezed generously over your noodles.

Stir fried egg noodles with prawn, chilli, vegetable on fritters, potatoes and bean curd.

Preparation time: 90 minutes.

Actual cooking time: 10 minutes

Tip from the chef: If you don’t have wok available, use a sauté as a substitute.

About this dish:

Remark: Shrimp paste is available in special Asian food stores.

For the noodles Ingredients:

200 gram yellow egg noodles

3 tbs mamak paste

40 gram solo prawns (small shrimps)

40 gram sliced chicken breast (no bones, no skin)

1 pc whole egg

10 gram chopped garlic

25 gram diced local bean curd

25 gram tomato wedges

20 gram fried potato cubes

20 gram vegetable/prawn frittes

30 gram bean sprouts

30 gram mustard vegetable leaves & stem

1 tbs seasoning with salt dark soy sauce


Fried onions, red chilli and cilantro leaves. A small bowl of sliced red chilli mixed with soy sauce.


Poach the prawns in fish stock and the chicken in water until half cooked. Heat the oil and sauté the garlic until fragrant. Add the egg and the paste, sauté again and add the rest of the ingredients. Stir fry until well combined and mixed together. Adjust the seasoning.

For the Mee Mamak paste Ingredients:

500 gram dried shrimps

150 gram belacan (shrimp paste)

500 gram sliced onions

500 gram sweet chilli

1 kg sauce chilli

100 gram paste coriander powder

100 gram Madras powder

300 gram brown sugar

1 pkt crushed peanuts

500 ml palm oil


Blend the dried shrimps and the shrimp paste as well as half of the onion in a food processor. Heat the oil and sauté the other half without colour. Add the blended ingredients and cook it until the oil comes out. Add the chilli paste, chilli sauce, coriander powder, Madras powder, brown sugar and the nuts and mix well. Keep the paste in a jar for further use.

For the veg. Frittes Ingredients:

100 gram white cabbage julienne

10 gram chopped red chilli

10 gram chopped green chilli

300 gram chopped prawns

50 gram sliced onions

50 gram chives

20 gram cut turmeric powder

1 kg plain flour

2 pc whole eggs

2 tbs baking powder

30 gram corn flour

100 gram rice flour

25 ml butter cubes

Seasoning with salt and peppermill.


Combine all the flour, turmeric, egg and salt and pepper. Melt the butter in a sauté use pan and sauté the vegetables. Add it to the flour mix and stir well. Adjust the seasoning Shape it into round flat pieces and deep fried until golden yellow. Then cut them into small square pieces.

Garnish.: 1 pc lime

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