Your journey begins at Lake Muda Jetty some 75km from Alor Star or 150km from Georgetown, Penang.
From there you will be taken on a 1 hour ride on a traditional long-tailed wooden boat across the lake and up the Muda River to Earth Lodge at Kuala Labua.
Some of the activities you can experience include visits to salt licks, wildlife watching, swimming and frolicking in cold forest streams, tubing down river, visiting a limestone hill and its mysterious caves, watching birds and other wildlife. You can also just laze around the lodge grounds listening to nature's music and being awakened by the haunting call of the Agile Gibbons.
There are eight twin rooms and three 6-bed dorms available for guests. All with a balcony and bathroom attached. To ensure guests have a better experience with us, we prefer small groups of less than 12.
Standard Package Rates
*All rates are on a Per Person Basis
Rooms - Traditional Malay room accommodation with 2 single kapok mattresses on a raised platform (all bedding provided) with an attached bathroom and balcony.
Dorms - Dormitory accommodation with an attached bathroom and balcony. Camp bed, sleeping bag and air pillow provided.
Prices are on a per person basis and are inclusive of boat transfers, accommodation, all meals, activities, guides and government entry permits.
We need a minimum of 2 pax per booking.
We welcome all guests 13 years old or older on the date of arrival. Please see our FAQ on reasons why we can't accept younger children.
Single occupancy rooms will incur a 20% surcharge. Exceptions will be booking of odd number of pax of 3 or more in one group where one room is needed for that last odd guest.
MyKad holders please contact us for special rates.
We are open all year round except for a few days around the muslim festive seasons of Eid Fitri and Eid Adha. All our staff are muslim from the local community. Always contact us before setting a date.
Want to personalize or extend your stay, or visit as a group? Let us know and we'll make arrangements!
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