Wining & Dining: Charlie's Bar & Grill
Shopping: Fisherman's Wharf Langkawi
04 September 2015
02 September 2015
16 April 2015
26 January 2015
Oi! skippered by Peter Ahern of Australia blew the competition away with 10 out of 10 wins in the Racing Class to make it her second Prime Minister’s Challenge Trophy. Ahern won the Prime Minister’s Challenge Trophy in the first three RLIRs with his previous boat, Yo!
28 May 2014
The 12th edition of RLIR was the curtain raiser event for Visit Malaysia Year 2014 and the Honorable Minister of Culture and Tourism Malaysia launched it. This year’s RLIR also saw the triumphant return of skipper Peter Ahern, of Australia, after an eight-year hiatus. The three-time Prime Minister’s Challenge Trophy winner led his team to another victory to win the Prime Minister’s Challenge Trophy this year, after scoring the first place in Racing Class in his yacht Oi!.
12 January 2013
After ten attempts, Neil Pryde has finally broken the drought by winning the Prime Minister's Challenge Trophy. Having put together an insurmountable lead, they went out today knowing what they had to do and executed the plan to perfection by winning the first race. They did not have to compete in the final race as the trophy was already in the bag. This is the only major regatta that has eluded them all these years on the Asian circuit and the haunting ghost can finally be put to rest.
13 January 2012
Marcus Blackmore and his Hooligan team join the elite inner circle of Peter Ahern (3) and Ray Roberts (6) that have won the Racing Class title and lifted the Prime Minister's Challenge Trophy in triumph. Winning seven out of ten races on their first attempt convincingly sealed the deal in style.
15 January 2011
Australian Ray Roberts won the Prime Minister’s Trophy for a record sixth time in the Royal Langkawi International Regatta yesterday. Despite news of flooding in his home town Brisbane and the challenge of New Zealander Neil Pryde, Roberts stayed composed to win one race out of the three on the final day to clinch victory by a mere point.
15 January 2010
An exceptionally strong North East tradewind blasted down Bass Harbour to bring this years regatta to a spectacular conclusion. The highlight was in the racing class which came down to a winner take all final race. Several other classes saw a shake up in the overall leaderboard. Triumph or tribulations aside the regatta ended on a high note and everyone that participated will go away feeling very proud of their achievements.
11 June 2009
Australian Ray Roberts (Quantum Racing) has won his fourth consecutive Royal Langkawi International Regatta in Malaysia overnight after a protracted battle with Jelik and Hi Fi, that resulted in the unusual situation of extra races being added to the schedule so the three could battle it to the end - even so, it still came down to the final race – and a bit of bad luck for Hi Fi.
23 May 2008
The Langkawi archipelago comprises 104 beautiful jungle-covered islands of which only two are inhabited. The main island is home to some 60,000 friendly people and is a premiere tourism destination with perfect white-sand beaches and some 30 excellent hotels.
13 May 2008
07 May 2008
The Royal Langkawi Yacht Club (RLYC) is an elite establishment that consists of a striking clubhouse and a well-equipped marina. It is to be found in the south-east region of Langkawi, and is within a walking distance from the Kuah Jetty Point. Further, Royal Langkawi Yacht Club is honored to be the address of the top-notch Royal Langkawi International Regatta, which is one of the premier sailing events of Asia.
23 April 2008
The Royal Langkawi Yacht Club (RLYC) is a marina and a premier yachting and sailing club. The establishment is situated on the island of Langkawi (Kedah), Malaysia.
08 April 2008
My colleagues said that I brought life and fun into the workplace. Since I started working, the office has been filled with jokes and laughters. It's good because who would want to work in a tensed up environment, where your table is always piled up with heavy workload and your boss is breathing down your neck? A little crack of jokes and a peal of laughter will miraculously chase the stress away. Like people always say, laughter is the best medicine.
25 March 2008
The Royal Langkawi Yacht Club (RLYC) has positioned itself at the forefront of the rebirth of boating in Malaysia. In line with the government’s aim of promoting Langkawi, the Melewar Group under the stewardship of Y.A.M. Tunku Tan Sri Abdullah, developed the Langkawi Yacht Club and the club opened its doors in 1996, with a berthing capacity of 44 berths.