Nestled between the sea and the mountain, the Berjaya is in a nice spot. However, it has not made the most of this advantage. Upon arrival, you would enjoy seeing an exotic location, but you will eventually discover the wooden chalets on stilts. The idea is not bad but there is no charm. Furthermore, unless you are right next to the reception desk, it is impossible to get to your room (without walking for a while) without having to wait for the community shuttle that seems to come when it feels like it. So we advise you not to forget anything in your room when you leave in the morning ! Upon our arrival, we discovered a huge lobby adorned with a large fountain in the middle of it. You then have to go down a good number of steps to get to the hotel's only swimming pool. Surrounded by plants and rocks, it has a large waterfall and an overflow pool. Deckchairs and sunshades are available by the water. A bar is also built in the water. The rock music that it plays made the area rather noisy. Finally, the hotel has a large spa, the Ayura Spa, offering various types of quite traditional treatments.