Monday, 12 August 2013

Redang Holiday Beach Villa - Redang

We booked an all-inclusive villa on Redang Island and stepped ashore onto this:
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Clear blue waters and white sand beaches...paradise!
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Morning with all the ships
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Afternoon - you can see the shadow of the coral reef
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A better picture of the reef

The Redang Holiday Beach Villa included 3 boat trips out to snorkeling locations with coral reefs (renting snorkel gear is a separate cost). 
And they offered 4 meals a day (please note - the pictures may represent different meals on different days):
1) Breakfast
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People lined up for the fried eggs and roti canai station
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Fried eggs, peanuts and cucumber slices
Yum!
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Roti Canai
They make it right to order - you can watch them flip it like they do murtabaks. However, the roti canai doesn't have anything inside. 

2) Lunch
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Choy, pork, Jasmine rice, egg roll and spicy mushrooms
The food was okay - not the greatest, but edible.

3) High Tea (after snorkeling)
They usually served a simple dessert like barley soup, warmed coconut milk or Chinese mung bean soup

4) Dinner
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Cucumbers and spicy Shanghai noodles (quite spicy)

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Fish cakes, stir-fried cabbage, spicy fish, chicken drumsticks (all the non-spicy options that day)

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Choy, Fried fish (very bony) and stir fried eggs and spicy chicken
Meh - edible at least.

Barbecue day...
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Coleslaw, "Not chicken nuggets", chicken weiner (very strange tasting), fish ball, fried chicken wings, fried rice and slightly charred ribs
I think I would have preferred the regular menu options. This dinner was quite bad...thank goodness we had the foresight to bring cup noodles. 

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