Malaysia

Lost Paradise Resort, Batu Ferringhi, Penang

Wednesday, February 17, 2016


'Lost Paradise? So there is also a Lost Paradise resort in Penang?' My friend asked. 'Don't worry, I will tell you all about it after my stay there' I told her. So this is it, the blog on Lost Paradise Resort in Penang Island. Actually there are so many Lost Paradise names in the world with even movies with this name. This is a small eco friendly hidden paradise along the Batu Ferringhi road. 




Yeah, Lost Paradise Resort sounds really great and indeed there are rows of orchid flowers lining up along the driveway giving you a first welcome.



Truly a resort with rooms in different beautifully landscaped bungalows 



Balinese style archways


Swimming pool lined with colorful tiles next to the sea



Lush spacious garden and walkway along the beach



Colorful stairway down onto the sea, where you can actually on it with your leg playfully kicking up the sea water



Entrance to the rooms on the first floor


Entrance to the rooms on the ground floor



Inside the room 


The art pieces inside the room



Even the toilet door is of vibrant color and design


Leaving no stone unturned, the ceiling was equally well decorated with batik cloth and striking colorful lamps. There is also a fan on the ceiling although this room is equipped with an air conditioner.


Bed is a raised tiled area for the mattress which is equally colorful. There is an effort of providing the equally colorful comforter and bedsheet to match the whole room, but I prefer the normal big hotel chains of using white bed sheets as I feel white color depicts more cleanliness.


Seaview from my room.

The rates of Lost Paradise Resort rooms ranges from RM290++ to RM980++ for Royal family suite. Outdoor activities such as kayaking, fishing, hiking and round island tour can be arranged.


I saw this school called Lighthouse Academy inside this resort. Upon enquiry, the staff told me that it is a private school. Lighthouse Academy operates a private school for normal children and also a special school for children with special needs such as autistic children from kindergarten to level 12. Lost Paradise Resort was actually formerly Dr. Chew Yu Gee's home. Dr. Chew is a pediatrician and he started this Lighthouse Academy for children of special needs. 

Address:
 Lost Paradise Resort
Jalan Pantai Batu, 
Taman Pantai, Batu 11200
Tanjung Bungah,
Pulau Pimang
Malaysia.

Tel
 +604-8904800

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