Welcome to a 100 years traditional Malay padi field house on stilts, suitable for a family of 4 to 6. Its 11 windows and high ceiling makes it breezy and cool. Promises unique experience with a view of nature, mountain and splendid sunset.
Suria, meaning sun is a family traditional wooded house which was built around 100 years ago in the padi fields of Ulu Melaka. It was collapsed and rebuilt close to its original structure. The stilts and cement/wooden staircase had helped avoid flood water and wild animals in the padi fields.
It's 11 windows make it very breezy and cool.
Suria welcomes family of 4 but is able to accommodate a total of 6 guests, maximum 4 adults and 2 children as it has only 1 bathroom.
The fully air con house has a double bed in a separate room and 2 single daybed in the Hall. 2 mattresses could be added at RM35 per mattress/guest. Baby cot is provided upon request on arrival at small cost. The House is provided with the necessary modern amenities, like hot/cold shower, tv/dvd player, coffee/tea making facility, iron and board, hair dryers, room & pool towels etc. to ensure a comfortable stay.
Apart from the House, guests are welcomed to use the Resort’s facilities – library/TV lounge with cable TV, the pool table, swimming pool and the cabana. The main kitchen may be accessible upon request to cook vegetarian and special dishes (no pork or port related products allowed).
Free WIFI available at the Restaurant and Library. Take note that the internet connection stability in Langkawi tends to fluctuate. When the WIFI is down, emergency connections could be arranged at the Main House balcony.
We would be happy to welcome you at Langkawi Airport / Ferry Terminals and arrange for your transfer to Foxhill (for a small fee), subject to availability. Upon checking in and registration we can provide information on various activities and places of interest and even help plan the days itinerary.
We do accompany guests for visits to the Mango or Tropical Fruits Farm during the fruit season and even go on fishing trips. Self-BBQ nights could be arranged ( minimum of 6 pax). Cooking classes, batik painting sessions could be arranged at Foxhill or outside, upon prior request.
Foxhill is located towards the middle of the Island, overlooking the padi fields and the Mat Cincang mountain in the horizon where the sun sets. The picturesque view is breathtaking no matter the time of day.
Its central location allows guests to drive for 15 – 30 minutes to reach Kuah town, Cenang and the beaches. The Mahsuri Tomb/ mausoleum with its interesting legend is only 5 mins. away. Every Monday the night market is held at Ulu Melaka, also 5 mins away.
You will need a car, motorbike or taxi to get around. It is too hilly and hot for bicycles. Foxhill does have a number of cars/mpv for guests use at competitive rates subject to availability. Advisable to book during reservation for accommodation. Rental cars are available from the Airport and Ferry terminals and motorbike rentals are available at Kuah town and Cenang Beach.
The weekend for Langkawi is Friday and Saturday. Most Government offices and affiliated bodies, including the post office and Langkawi Craft Centre and shops are closed on Fridays. Wet seasons for Langkawi is during the South West Monsoon ( late April – July) and during the North East Monsoon (November to January).