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No beach is allowed to be gazetted as private land

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Even before you step through the glass doors of the entrance, you see it — the beautiful white sand and amazing view of the resort’s 3km private beach.

Can Kedah PR government undo the wrong policy done by the previous BN government? The pristine and beautiful beach in Langkawi was illegally transferred to a BN crony from Sarawak.

Can PR member in Kedah bring this issue to Menteri Besar?

As far as I know, no beach in Malaysia is allowed to be gazetted as private land under the constitution of Malaysia. An island resort on the good side of the sea

By ANDREA FILMER MANY hotels boast about their views, but few use them as well as the new Four Points by Sheraton Langkawi Resort.

Even before you step through the glass doors of the entrance, you see it — the beautiful white sand and amazing view of the resort’s 3km private beach.

From the lobby and ballroom, to the eatery and gym, the sea beckons you through walls of glass that stretch from floor to ceiling.

The view was indeed so good and such a feature of the Four Points’ first […]