TravelMole Publisher, did want to leave, after spending four days at this secluded and famed eco-friendly resort is situated on a 400-metre stretch of soft golden sand along Pantai Tengah, southwest of Langkawi, walking distance to restaurants, cafes
”The island’s development must be in harmony with its environment”, Sir Khalid Ramli, CEO of Langkawi Development Authority (LADA) tells TravelMole Publisher. LADA has full responsibility granted by the Prime Minister of Malaysia as the coordinating agency in the development and restructuring of Langkawi to become a top sustainable world-class tourist destination, in line with its branding Naturally Langkowi and it status as a UNESCO Geo Park. Allocated $140 million in Langkawi’s Five Year Tourism Development Master Plan in 2011, tourism arrivals continue to increase at double digits rate, surpassing 3 million per year.
GM, Gloria Jones-Knapp, tells TravelMole about their exclusive boutique hotel, restaurant and bar which has been created a stylist retreat, while its intimate size encourages a particularly warm and friendly atmosphere. Located at the Southern tip of the island, 15 miles from the airport, the hotel enjoys a direct access to its secluded beach with its turquoise waters and fine sands. Local Bars, restaurants and shops in nearby Scarborough.
Richard Doumeng's family has been running Bolongo for more than 40 years. There are no elevators, marble or chandeliers. Guests enjoy fresh food from a menu (not a buffet), including two open-air seaside restaurants which are among the most popular on St. Thomas, and where guests and locals gather day and night. Bolongo Bay sits along a 1,000-foot golden sand beach with palm trees rustling in the breeze and iguanas slowly strolling by, with a staff who cares about your vacation experience, Richard tells TravelMole.
Ewald Biemans tells TravelMole that Bucuti & Tara Beach Resorts is an intimate, boutique-style, romantic getaway located on the white powder sands of Eagle Beach, Aruba. A leader in sustainable tourism, Bucuti & Tara is Green Globe certified
Family-owned Sandals Resorts International (SRI) CEO, Adam Stewart tells TravelMole Publisher all about their latest, current and future initiatives, including the Sandals Foundation, with continued total commitment to innovative development of Sandals and Beaches. In the words of his Dad, Chairman and Founder Gordon "Butch" Stewart, "exceed expectations" for guests, associates and the people who call the Caribbean home. Jamaica based, SRI is one of the most well-known and award-winning hospitality companies in the world. With five brands and two dozen properties in seven countries including Antigua, The Bahamas, Grenada, Barbados, Jamaica, Saint Lucia and Turks and Caicos
How this small resort got started in the '40 (http://bit.ly/1atzthx), located in a tiny Jamaican fishing village of Treasure Beach, on Jamaica's south coast, is made for movies. TravelMole Publisher meets up with Jason Henzel, General Manager and learned more about the youth sports foundation they've established, www.breds.org, for which Jason is the Founder and Chairman, than Jakes Treasure Beach Resort. Both sound great!