We chanced upon this harbour park last year, in our hunger, on the way back from the Langkawi cable car station. Looking for food, we found that the harbour park was a nice quaint little area- a kampung version of Cannes? lol.
check out the Fleur de Singapour!!
Anyway, the website tells of the vision of the harbour park:
"Welcome to Telaga Harbour - a gateway and destination for the many yachts plying the region. This safe and sheltered harbour that has evolved from a small fishing village, feature a self-contained township accessible both by road and sea. The facilities and services available also make it an ideal destination for transient, and home base to yachts of various sizes including mega yachts. The on water activity and yachts berthed at the harbour will provide picturesque background to the harbour, creating a lifestyle and attracting tourism. Telaga Harbour Park is the one and only such harbour town within the region."
all empty shops!
Ya ya, very nice- but like a lot of beautifully penned visions- this vision didn't quite translate from paper to reality very well. The place is really pretty, that i must admit. But it's so sleepy, with very few shops opened and the place looking very run down since my last visit last year.
In fact, a condo building we saw last year under construction, is STILL under construction and seriously, it didn't look like there had been any progress at all since last March.
the Danna- Opening Soon (Yaah! Said the same thing in March last year!)
Alee said- 'Raining lah, how to work?'
Labels: langkawi, travel bug