Showing posts from April, 2024

The Best Place to Stay at Pulau Tuba

Experience the breathtaking beauty of Pulau Tuba, Kedah, Malaysia, through the enchanting hotels available on Pulau Tuba. Immerse yourself in the island's charm and discover its hidden treasures while enjoying a comfortable stay in one of our handpicked accommodations. Pulau Tuba, a serene island nestled in the waters of the Andaman Sea, offers a peaceful escape from the bustling city life. As you explore the island, be captivated by its untouched natural landscapes, lush rainforests, and crystal-clear turquoise waters. Bask in the tranquility as you take leisurely walks along the pristine beaches, or embark on an adventure to discover the island's unique flora and fauna. Resort Noba, Pulau Tuba Welcome to A Calming Place RESORT NOBA Selat Bagan Nyior Pulau Dayang Bunting, Langkawi is located by the sea promising tranquility to tourists who come. The location of NOBA Resort, which is located on Pulau Dayang Bunting, is suitable for a family vacation due to its 'view' ri

Langkawi MARDI Agrotechnology Park

The MARDI Langkawi Agro Technology Park aims to preserve the native Malaysian fruits and has a research centre to help the plants grow. Some of the fruits grown here include Mangoes, Mangosteen, Rambutan, Durian, Cempedak, Jackfruit, Dragon fruit, Star fruit and Rose apples. The tour of the farm takes you through the whole farm with pit-stops to show you the fruits and the trees and ends with a taste of the delicious fruits grown in the farm. Visitors are escorted around the complex on a 30-minute tram tour, making several stops for the guide to explain current projects or specific fruit varieties, vegetables and herbs. Stops may include a grape garden, greenhouses with succulents and pineapples, honey collected from stingless bees, and a fruit buffet. Langkawi is one of the famous tourism products in Langkawi, receiving frequent visits from both local and international tourists. The 27.39-hectare-park is opened to public to provide exposure on the use of modern technology in Malaysia’