One size fits all
Nipah Bay Villa is a homey mishmash of wooden chalets and bungalows with an extensive selections of room sizes, connected by small walkways throughout their compound.
Rooms are crisp and clean with dark wood interiors set against stark white bed linens, giving it slightly summer camp feel. Each unit comes with some variation of a veranda, complete with a couple of chairs and a table depending on space. Additional hot-water showers, air-con, Astro TV and lobby WiFi make Nipah Bay Villas a good find. They have an on-site restaurant and common area as well as a reflexology and massage service. Their location is just a 10-minute walk to the Nipah Bay waterfront, minimarts and plenty of places to grab a bite to eat. Long-term stay discounts are available at the management’s discretion.
Address: 4442 & 4434 Teluk Nipah
T: (05) 685 1818; (019) 409 8868; F: (05) 685 2386
Coordinates (for GPS): 100º32'48.24" E, 4º13'59" N
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Room rates: 60 to 120 ringgit
What we were quoted as a walk-in.
|Standard double room||80 ringgit||100 ringgit|
|Superior double room||100 ringgit||120 ringgit|
|Family room||160 ringgit||200 ringgit|
A short contract job in a (Singapore) hospital initially landed Vanessa in Southeast Asia, where she decided to take a break from her medical career for more creative endeavours. She is presently basing herself in Langkawi, Malaysia from where she continues her exploration of Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Burma, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia and other destinations on her bucket list.
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