Amenities are pretty basic (no towels or those tiny shampoo bottles in the bathroom) but the rooms are clean and the beds comfortable. There is also a small kitchen equipped with a rice cooker, gas stove and basic utensils. For RM150 a night, I'm not complaining. If you plan to stay long and do some cooking to keep down expenses, then this is the place for you.
The good thing about this place is that it's located next to a nice cosy beach. At low tide, the water recedes to more than 200m away to expose a flat seabed. There are some foodstalls nearby, so finding something to eat is not a problem.
Not too far away, on the main road, is another stall called Gerai Kak Hapzah that I got to know of from fellow blogger Zach. I stopped by for a roti canai breakfast that tasted not too bad.
But what I liked most about staying at Tg. Tuan was the beautiful sunset. Check out the pics below.