After marveling the beautiful lake at Bukit Merah, we headed towards a "village" where visitors can stay overnight if they are from far, far away. I didn't really get a lot of shots of this Kampung Air. The village has this rustic feeling to it. All the double-storey houses were built using woods. Perhaps to give city dwellers a taste of traditional, idyllic living-away from the hustle and bustle or their concrete jungles. I personally don't mind staying here for a night. Looks very cozy. :)
We walked around that this resort can't accommodate too many visitors at one time, probably around 20 families max. We also noticed that there is a restaurant in this Kampung Air for visitors to satiate their hunger right in their comfort without going elsewhere. Besides Kampung Air also provides traditional massage and sauna service to pamper your tired mind and body. So you can really let loose yourself and relax here.
It felt really good to be "walking" on water when you are in Kampung Air as the whole resort is built on a lake. So if you are staying here, you can enjoy the serene scenery from the comfort of your balcony-to be surrounded by water and lush greenery and not forgetting the beautiful blooms of lotuses. It must be very calming to stand at the balcony admiring the sunset. Aww...I can only imagine.
we were caught in heavy rain and thank goodness we managed to find a place to wait for the sun to shine again. We really enjoyed ourselves and maybe one day we could come to Bukit Merah Laketown Resort again. I hope our next stay will be longer and we can explore places that we have not been to. :)
One for the album. :)