Imagine a charming place not very far from the city, surrounded by greeneries and peaceful wildlife, to revive the tired spirits? Welcome to KEPYOK.
At KEPYOK, we want you to feel right at home. Our guest house is broken into two sections. The first section is a set of common areas we endearingly named The Rumah Agong which includes the living room, the dining room and the kitchen intentionally set up for all guests to share, gather and interact at any time throughout the duration of stay.
The second section is our Chalets area and beyond. We provide 2 units of luxurious four bedrooms chalet designed in a modern minimalist style to celebrate tropical sophistication.
Each of our bedrooms houses a set of twin beds designed in such a way that gives a sense of sanctuary for the occupants. In each bedroom, guests are to enjoy our en suite bathroom which features a rain shower for that luxurious bathing experience.
For those wanting to take it a step further, we also provide an option for a bathtub just beside the fish pond.
So how about taking a quiet bath with swimming fishes and relaxing water fountain in the background?
The overall architecture in KEPYOK is made of bricks and stone construction furnished with natural Terracotta tile and Teak wood.
When lazing at The Rumah Agong, do not forget to look up at our soaring ceiling structure made of solid teak –proudly a work of art in itself. These natural materials exude a warm and cosy tropical ambience that becomes the soul of our place.
At KEPYOK, most of our furniture pieces are also selected from the wide range of Teak, Mahogany, and Cengal wood as well as traditional Javanese rattan.
Deeper into our guest house, one may find a beautiful swimming pool that steps away from the chalets and form your very own private world.
Measuring at approximately 5m x 13meters long, our swimming pool is made from blue shiny Lampan tile that glitters in the sun.
It is truly the perfect spot to spend hours relaxing amidst the cooling breeze.
Meanwhile, for those feeling a little outdoorsy, feel free to relax on the gazebo atop the hill, or wander through the front yard surrounded by our garden.
The Gazebo offers a spectacular view around KEPYOK where guests can also bask in the evening breeze, or catch a beauty of morning sunrise.
Guests staying at KEPYOK will be provided with morning coffee and a light breakfast at the common kitchen from 8am to 11am every day.
At KEPYOK, guests may read a book, have a cup of coffee or simply laze around The Rumah Agong and bask in the untouched environment, healthy fresh air and natural daylight of our open-space concept.
For those needing just that little extra, our kitchen is also well equipped with all that you need. In the near future, we welcome our guests to harvest the organic veggies grown at our very own organic garden and cook up a meal in the kitchen –if you wish!
Fun fact: The guest house is also rented out occasionally to host cooking classes, detox courses, meditation sessions and yoga classes for guests to participate at will.
It is suitable for family with kids, friends’ gatherings, and not forgetting couples looking for that little romance --away from the hustle bustle of city life.
Other things to note
Our in-house services include:
-Daily cleaning and towels
-Complimentary drinking water throughout stay
-Lunch or Dinner meals for an additional RM25 each at guest’s request
-BBQ pit, Fire bricks oven
-Car transportation to KL or KLIA on agreed price.
- Fishing at our natural pond and cook and eat!
- Kepyok spa massage (traditional malay massage with virgin coconuts oil), booking need,
Guests staying in KEPYOK are expected to treat the place as if it were their own. Below are some house rules to be observed:-
- Guests under the age of 18 must be accompanied by adults
- Smoking is allowed ONLY outside of the main halls, and it is expected that cigarette butts are disposed properly.
- Loud parties and excessive drinking are not advised
- Consumption of pork is strictly prohibited at all times
- Any damage to KEPYOK’s property will be assessed. Guests might risk losing part or all of their security deposit upon management’s discretion.
- Upon check-in, please flash your passport so that we may register you as a guest
Owner is a couple of Malaysian and Japanese. We love nature, animals, books and travel.
we build our private resort which named 'KEPYOK"(meaning he gate) concept of Jawanese style with own design idea in 2013 completed, and you can feel warm wooden deco and bricks building in nature surrounding tropical atmosphere.