Overlooking a great expanse of shimmering water broken only by islands sparsely dotted on the lake, this resort offers a wide variety of excitement. The water park is the main attraction while the only conservational orangutan island in Peninsular Malaysia lies nearby as does the unique Eco Park with its educational walk-in enclosures. The resort is air-conditioned and features a reception area with a 24-hour check-in desk, a hotel safe, lift access, dining facilities, laundry facilities and a car park.
This lake town resort is situated at the Bukit Merah Interchange, a 35-minute drive south of the Penang Bridge. The resort fronts the 7,000 acre Bukit Merah Lake and is an ideal location for total relaxation surrounded by a peaceful environment. The beauty and tranquillity of the area, especially the lake surrounding the resort makes visitors feel like they are part of nature.
The resort offers a variety of accommodation designed to satisfy the most discerning guests. From Waterfront Villas to the Palm View Serviced Apartments, all rooms are available for short or long term stays and include an en suite bathroom, a direct dial telephone, a television, a fridge, tea and coffee making facilities and individually regulated air conditioning units.
The main attractions to be found in the park include a giant wave pool capable of creating waves up to a metre high, a giant bubble, raft tube rides, water flume rides, a kids' water playground and a games pool. Equipment such as boogie boards, floating tubes and other water play equipment can be purchased or hired from the ""Surf Shack Shop"". The resort also includes a gym and facilities for banana boating, golf and beach volleyball.
Café Le Lac, located in the Marina Village is a theme restaurant which overlooks the 7,000 acre park, and serves a wide range of western and local cuisine - either in à la carte or buffet style.
All major credit cards, including American Express, Diners Club, MasterCard and VISA are accepted as methods of payment.
Burkit Merah is situated near the Bukit Merah Interchange along the North-South Expressway, a 35-minute scenic drive South from the Penang Bridge, a 45-minute journey from Ipoh and a 3-hour drive from Kuala Lumpur.
Direct dial telephone
King size bed