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The Laman Padi rice fields were located just out the back of our hotel so we decided to visit one lunch time. We sat in the fields in one of the little wooden huts which was such a beautiful setting to have lunch. We ordered...More
It's not just at Laman Padi Langkawi that we are interested in. The beaches are nice as well.
However, we managed to capture some waterbirds like egrets, herons and even a couple of raptors in that area. However, an umbrella would be an ideal companion...More
Came here purely for lunch so can’t comment on the museum element, however it looked totally abandoned and almost closed with not a sole in sight.
Came here for food based on seeing other’s photos of curries overlooking paddy fields and almost walked out as...More
Admission to the gallery is free, there's no staff around to sell tickets anyway. I think the place is supposed to be air-conditioned but it wasn't turned on. There were a few standing fans on so it was quite comfortable. Lights and fans seemed to...More
This place has a very noble idea of spreading information and history of rice plantation. However the place is very run down, poorly maintained.
The admission is free.
Maybe that is why this very educative place is taken for granted.
When i went, there were...More
Also included on our shore excursion. We had visited in February 2014 but still interesting to hear a different guide recount the history of rice growing. On this occasion we could not walk in the rice fields, all flooded and with crops at various stages...More
convenience for tourist to experience rice field since its located at cenang beach (opposite the beach!). son was excited to see a buffalo there. there's also a cafe but when we went the they ran out of chicken (during lunch hour)!
We had a great Sunday lunch, local Malay food well presented with big rice sieve as serving tray. Banana leaves I think add to the authenticity and taste.
I wanted to eat rendang, choice of duck, chicken, beef and lamb (shank).
Nice looking over the...More