Welcome to Adelia Homestay, Pasir Mas Kelantan.
Why Guest should Stay at Adelia Homestay:
- Do you love shopping? Adelia Homestay is just 20 minutes from one the Kelantan’s most vibrant shopping area, Rantau Panjang (Paradise of shopping).
- Strategic location: Located in the vicinity of Pasir Mas Town, close to Restaurant, easy reach of Wakaf Cek Yeh, Pengkalan Kubor and so on.
- Adelia Homestay offers affordable price package, starting from RM200 for 1 night (4 Rooms).
- Only 70 Meter to mainroad (Highway Pasir Mas – Rantau Panjang)
- Spacious parking space; up to 10 cars.
- Suitable for BBQ
BERCUTI DENGAN TENANG DAN GEMBIRA 😍😂
WELCOME TO My Adelia Homestay 😍
Jenis Rumah: Bungalow
🛏6 Bilik Tidur & 1 Ruang Tamu & 6 Bilik Air & 1simple Ruang Dapur
Kemudahan pada 6 buah Bilik Tidur :-
🏵 2 Bedroom~(katil King,satu ada aircond)
🏵 3 Bedroom~(katil Queen,1 ada aircond)
🏵 1 Bedroom ~(Katil Single)
🌸Extra tilam disediakan
Kemudahan asas yang disediakan:-
1. TV +Astro(njoi)
2. Set Sofa (3 +2+ 1)
3. Seterika dan Iron Board.
4. Meja makan
5. Peti Ais , Periuk Nasi & Cerek elektrik.
6. Dapur Gas memasak
7. Pinggan mangkuk, kuali, dulang & set cawan kopi
9. Kemudahan Solat
11. Parking kereta berpagar( 6 buah), luar pagar(5 buah)
🚘 Lokasi rumah berdekatan Pasar Besar Tasik Diraja -easy access.
🚘 2 km dari Institut Kemahiran Mara Pasir Mas.
🚘 3 km dari Bandar Lama Pasir Mas.
🚘 3 km dari Lebuh Raya Salor – Kota Bharu
KADAR SEWAAN Adelia Homestay Pasir Mas
RM 250/malam – 4 bilik
RM 300/Malam – 5 bilik
RM 350/malam – 6 bilik
Haznura bt Hashim
Check In : 2 pm
Check Out : 12 pm
Kg Gaung Lati,
Pasir Mas, Kelantan
About Pasir Mas Kelantan
The district of Pasir Mas covers an area of 577 square kilometers and is bordered by the districts of Tumpat to the north, Tanah Merah to the south, Kota Bharu to the east, and the Thai district of Su-ngai Kolok (Malay: Sungai Golok) to the west.
Due to its geographical location, it acts as the main gateway of the East Coast of Malaysia to Thailand and is also traversed by major road transport routes from the West Coast to the state capital of Kota Bharu. The main town of the same name was once the second biggest in the state until the early 1990s when it was overtaken by Tanah Merah. The town is blocked from expanding to the south by the Kelantan River. To the north, the railway line splits the town – further limiting land suitable and desirable for commercial real estate development.
Haphazard development over the past decades has resulted in the mushrooming of residential houses that encircle the town. This makes potential land acquisition for commercial development a complex and costly exercise. A new township is slowly taking shape about four miles away at the Mukim (Hamlet) of Lubuk Jong – a previously swampy area along the road leading to Rantau Panjang. [ More ]