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I booked a room for 3 guests and it was an upgraded ones from 2 pax with extra bed. We paid for 3 pax package so was expected all guests to be treated the same but were NOT!! All complementary beverages are for 2 or...More
My wife and I spent a week on Redang Island, staying at the Coral Redang Resort.
In our view, it is the best place to stay if you want good quality and varied food (there are four chefs: Malaysian; Indian; Western; Chinese); it can provide...More
We stayed for 3 nights. Everything was almost perfect! The room was clean, breakfast was good and the beach was more than I expected as we like to go to beaches that are secluded. We expected it to be crowded and good surprise, it wasnt...More
The Dive Operator (The Diver's Den) is top-notch for safety and diving quality spots and the hotel rooms are still clean, spacious and smelling acceptably well. However, the quality of food has dropped substantially from our previous visit (only last year). Reason for saying this...More
I booked a full board 3days2nights snorkelling package with the resort directly. Here are the pros and cons of staying here:
Pros - transportation provided for tourist to get a ride to the resort upon arrival at the beach as the resort is located on...More
Response from CrystalNg | Reviewed this property |
Hi Shiloh yes it’s a requirement that the resort will have to enforce, but once out in the sea if you are a seasoned swimmer and experienced in snorkelling don’t think you will have a problem going down without the life vest... More
Hi Shiloh yes it’s a requirement that the resort will have to enforce, but once out in the sea if you are a seasoned swimmer and experienced in snorkelling don’t think you will have a problem going down without the life vest as many of us did that and the guide didn’t stop us