RWK general manager Noorazzudin Omar said the new look rooms would adopt a contemporary concept while the restaurant would be upgraded to a more modern concept but would maintain the 'kampung' features.
"Currently, we are still at the design stage and the upgrading works are expected to start next July or August...If possible, we want to complete before the start of the monsoon season at the end of the year. "This is the latest attraction for guests besides the existing facilities including swimming pool, 18-hole golf course of international standard and is the venue for big tournaments every year, spa, gymnasium and tennis court," he said.
RWK offers 340 rooms and some 60 per cent of its guests comprised corporate guests most of whom are from the oil and gas industry while 12 per cent are guests who stay for a long term. Noorazzudin said RWK aimed to make the resort as a weekend attraction.
"Our latest offering is the introduction of the three-day two-night accommodation since April 1, priced at RM944. "What is special with this package is that guests can get involved in sea activities, that is, swimming and diving, spa for two people and food and beverage vouchers worth RM100," he said.