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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
Yes, it is not well maintained. But we went to have lunch at the restaurant feel the experience dining on one of it huts besides the paddy field.
Menu options are offered in form of sets dishes. Opted to have its duck curry sets. Portion...More
In Langkawi there are many unique accomodation which we can choose to make our stay memorable, especially newer hotels at Pantai Tengah. But for dining, Jalan Pantai Cenang will be the place to be and there are restaurants everywhere and you will be spoilt for...More
Laman Padi which should be one of the tourist attractions is now a run down place. The place is not well managed, the building is also idle or looks like abandoned. The museum is still in good condition but no one in this building while...More
This is the rice museum. I all ready made my comment there. I really gets surprised how come trop advisor gets to show one attraction as 2 separate each in different language. This is really confusing.
Translated as Paddy Garden, the Laman Padi is a huge complex that consists of a restaurant (Seashells Restaurant), a Rice Museum (Galeri Padi), a resort (Gemalai), spa (Anggun Spa) and a Herb Garden. But the main attraction of Laman Padi is the vast area of...More
Went there for early dinner but found out they only have dinner set for minimum 2pax. So I ordered a drink, sat at one of the many outdoor hut in the middle of the rice field, enjoyed the peace and quiet and left.
Guide Mr Rusdi was very patient in bringing me around the place despite I was alone. He is very knowledgeable and was able to name most of the plants. Guided tour is free but please remember to tip the guide for his effort.