Made with Adzes
Located in Langkawi, Malaysia, The Paddy House, so its called, is an authentic Malayan house well over 180 years old. The house was reconstructed in the Sunset Valley Holiday Property of Langkawi Island. The main posts and beams show evidence of the usage of an adze, a cutting tool shaped like an axe that dates back to the stone age. The vernacular house features its beautiful carpentry and joinery as well as unique roof elements and a thatched roof. The interior features western luxuries such as a lounge, beds, a kitchenette and a elegant hand-basin. The high ceilings provide wonderful traditional ventilation and there is also an internal and an external ceiling fan. And if you care to take a visit, this tiny house is available for rent at about $100 per night. Take a look at these photos and then tell us what you think on our Facebook Page!
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