Casa Del Mar general manager Tom Blachere said the hotel makes it a must that all visitors are informed about the jellyfish danger, when they check in during the mid-year season.
"At other times, we have it stated on our activity board in the lobby. As much as we need to keep them informed, at the same time, we do not want to alarm our guests."
He said the Langkawi Development Authority (LADA) had provided adequate and updated information to all hotels. A spokesperson for another hotel on Pantai Cenang said several staff had undergone training on first aid and also on how to handle victims of jellyfish stings.
"We have qualified staff on standby at all times. For now, we have not put up any warning signage. However, we do inform our visitors during the jellyfish season."She said the hotels and business operators along Pantai Cenang took part in gotong-royong exercises once a month to clean up the beach.
AL :-Yes, i suggest all hotel visitors should be aware of the danger of jellyfish. What to do when sting & who to turn to for follow up medical treatment.