Nestled amidst a flora and fauna splendor, soaked in a peaceful atmosphere. This budget resort is an oasis of tranquility for leisure holiday makers and budget conscious travelers. The name d’Village reflects the “Kampung” style atmosphere of the resort.
We just did a Youth Conference called the Plan 09 in d’Village Melaka. As part of the committee, the hubby and some went there one day ahead (that would include me). And because there was a bit confusion with the guest list, we kena from the receptionists. I mean it wasn’t our fault that there was some kind of a mixed up but since we got there first, it’s like we got the blame. The lady manager named Suhaila was a bit rude to us. It’s probably because it’s the last day of Puasa (fast) too. Well, whatever, the first day we had quite a bad impression with the management.
In fairness though, the food they served throughout the seminar was good. Except on “simple life” day where they were asked to serve the participants rice and dhal only. The only thing was, because there was only one dish, it wasn’t enough for everybody. I ended up eating rice only… along with others who got there late.
But of course, it didn’t stop everybody from having a nice time during the conference. I was glad to see a group of Malaysian youths being fired up to serve God.