‘Majestic Masterpiece in a Beautiful Setting’
Perfectly placed in a tranquil cove, The St. Regis Langkawi overlooks un-spoilt white sand beaches, swaying palm trees and the turquoise Andaman Sea. There is a magnificent swimmable lagoon, an inviting main pool and a serene spa, spread across 800sqm, with a range of bespoke treatments and salon services. Distinct Moorish architecture is blended with modern contemporary buildings, and elegant suites and villas adorn artistic detailing and fresh natural tones. Two restaurants include the remarkable over-water Kayuputi and the sleek L’Orangerie Restaurant, which are complimented by the stunning St. Regis Bar and the intimate Decanter Wine Bar.
Secluded Villas & Suites with Private Butler – Unspoilt Beach and Rainforest Location
Secluded and Magical the Desaru Coast is located on the south-eastern coastline of Malaysia overlooking the South China Seas and surrounded by natural rainforest. The One&Only Desaru is set in 128 acres and is no exception to the One&Only philosophy of Time to Play, Space to Be. 45 Suites and One Villa come with Personal Butlers who encourage guests to embark on incredible adventures be it discovering local wildlife on a jungle trek in the unique landscape, trying water sports, taking to the world class golf courses or participating in cookery or creative classes. For those guests looking to unwind the Chenot Spa has something for everyone from aesthetic treatments to nutrition and wellbeing starting with a Bio-Energetic Check-Up that uncovers exactly what your body needs. For dining there are three restaurants and one bar serving food that will wow the palette and Ember Beach Club is the place to chill at sunset.
‘Rainforest Villas and Suites – Malaysian Hospitality at its Heart’
Situated in the rainforest of Langkawi, The Datai is surrounded by breath-taking views of the surrounding landscapes, Datai Bay and the Andaman Sea. The Villas and Suites are arranged as the Canopy Collection in the main building, the Rainforest Collection inside the tropical grounds of the estate and the Beach Collection which have direct access to the beach of Datai Bay. The hotel has three pools including a family pool with toddler wading area, a spa, fitness centre and tennis courts. At the beach there is access to a variety on non-motorised water sports. For dining there are five restaurants tucked in the rainforest, beside the beach or as part of the main hotel building.
‘Mile Long Beach, Tropical Experience’
Set amidst an archipelago of 99 islands within Southeast Asia's first UNESCO Geopark, Four Seasons Resort Langkawi is situated on a remote mile long beach surrounded by tropical vegetation. There are 91 villas and pavilions that are either beachfront or surrounded by landscaped gardens and all have a private terrace with lounge and dining areas. The resort has two pools, a spa, fitness centre, tennis courts and watersport activities – paddle-boarding, wake-boarding, jet skiing and more. There are 3 restaurants which offer a variety of cuisine, a bar serving cocktails and the opportunity for a private dining experience in your villa or on the shoreline.
‘Idyllic Rainforest Charm and Stunning Views’
The Ritz-Carlton Langkawi is nestled on the fringes of the Andaman Sea, cuddled against the beach and close to many tourist attractions in the area. Guest-homes are spacious and traditional in their design, either on the beachfront, overlooking the sea, or hidden amongst the resort’s abundant gardens. Some rooms and suites feature a pool and all include modern amenities, abundant living areas and a spacious terrace. The Langkawi Kitchen is an ideal dining venue for cuisine inspired by Chinese and Indian flavours, alternatively, the Beach Grill is the place to be for more recognisable western dishes and cocktails. Recreational pastimes include spa treatments, relaxing in one of the two huge pools.
‘Nature and Luxury Beautifully Intertwined’
Situated amongst mangroves, coral reefs and the sandy Malohom Bay, Gaya Island Resort is on an island within the protected Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park. The resort is committed to ecologically-sustainable practices to minimise carbon footprint within the environment. The Marine Centre works at turtle rescue, coral reef restoration and conservation through education. Villa’s include oversized bathtubs, and verandahs with day beds overlooking the ocean. There are 5 restaurant/bars and private dining experiences are available. The spa offers a range of rejuvenation programmes and activities available include diving, snorkelling, Yoga, nature walks and local craft lessons.
‘Vibrant Hotel with an Ocean View from Every Room’
Experience the charm of Penang from this modern beachside resort. Each room is furnished to a high standard with a locally inspired aesthetic and stunning views of the Andaman Sea. The resort has five premier restaurants and bars, varying from more casual eateries perfect for light bites or more extravagant options that are available for booking events. The hotel also offers a luxury spa and amenities for children, including a children’s club and pool.
‘In the Heart of Kuala Lumpur with Spectacular Skyline Views’
Be part of the city skyline at Banyan Tree Kuala Lumpur, a hotel at levels 53-60 above the Kuala Lumpur metropolis. Every room has a stylish design and oval soaking tub or relaxation pool, as well as a spectacular view of the cityscape from the generously sized windows. Many of the rooms also offer a view of the iconic Petronas Twin Towers or the KL tower. The hotel is home to six restaurants and bars including gourmet Japanese dining and two rooftop bars. The central location means that most of the city’s attractions are only a few steps away, or you can enjoy a day in the hotel with the luxury spa or open-air pool.
In Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s capital city, the monumental Petronas Towers watch over a modern cityscape that thrives with designer shops, street boutiques and iconic landmarks like the Menara KL Tower and ornate Sultan Abdul Samad Building. Indulgent spas and fine-dining with menus featuring international and traditional dishes are present throughout the capital and country.
Malaysia is also home to many tropical islands, including Langkawi. The island interior is decorated with rainforests and has coastlines of white powdery sand. Rainbow coloured fish swim through coral reefs under turquoise waters and monkeys, and tropical birds move through the jungles.
The Majestic Kuala Lumpur
Perfectly positioned in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, The Majestic offers the ideal location for exploring this vibrant city - not least the famous Petronas Towers. Within its own grounds though, you'll find yourself transported back in time with its Colonial and Art Deco styles. The 1930's atmosphere in a modern hub city is quite the combination.
St Regis Langkawi
The St Regis Langkawi is a magnificent hotel where only the very best service will do, boasting a 'swimmable' lagoon and panoramic views you'll never want to leave. If you are able to pull yourself away from your sunbed you'll find an island filled with activities and experiences, not to mention some world class golf courses.