The secluded beach in the bay offers gorgeous sights, including a view of Thailand’s coast-line on a clear day. Besides beaching yourself, you can also explore the surrounding tropical rainforest and admire the gems of Malaysia’s natural heritage. The Beach Club offers seaside alfresco dining with poolside lunches and evening specials. The lobby lounge features cocktails and snacks with panoramic views over the Andaman Sea. The Datai Langkawi Hotel offers the highest standards of service and design, and facilities such as a golf course, which combine to make this an ideal resort for those looking for something special.
The Datai Health Club also offers services by Tony Metcalf, an expert physiologist available for complimentary pilates & fitball classes and pool exercises. Tony also provides personal fitness programs tailored to your specific needs, deep tissue therapy & nutritional advice. The following destinations also include packages that offer more activities besides beach relaxation and optional sightseeing tours. On the ground floor of the main building , The Restaurant offers mostly Western fares with choices of either indoor and outdoor dining. Next door is The Japanese Restaurant which serves choices of a la cart?i> food items which are concocted fresh, with additional seating options at teppanyaki counter-top bars and in secluded tatami rooms for a personalised ambience.
Business travellers can make use of the conference and meeting facilities, offered at the hotel. Select from a comprehensive menu of exquisite treatments, to relax, rejuvenate and revitalise for a sense of overall well being at the onsite spa. In the best ecotourism tradition, it offers educational tours of the rain forest. It’s a perfect venue for families with children. Guests can dine at the onsite restaurant that offers an eclectic mix of Asian and Continental fare in a scenic setting. Serving your favourite cocktails, mocktails and extensive list of wines, the Beach Bar is an ideal place for you to watch beautiful sunsets while having drinks and listening to some soothing light jazz.
The many islands in Malaysia are home to some of the most secluded and stunning Sabah Malaysia beaches. Tunku Abdul Rahman Park has some excellent beaches that can be reached by speedboat in 20 minutes. Langkawi Island is off the western coast of the Malay Peninsula, a quick 55-minute flight from Kuala Lumpur or 25 minutes from Penang airport. Datai Langkawi Resort is an exclusive deluxe resort located on the northwestern tip of the island. Pulau Langkawi is truly banking on its duty-free island status and the Oriental Village does not wish to miss jumping into similar bandwagon. There are quite a number of duty-free outlets here, selling souvenirs of various kinds (seashell key chains, shirts, exquisite batik clothes, etc), as well as imported chocolate products , alcohol beverages and cigarettes.
Surrounded by the natural beauty of an ancient rainforest, The Andaman on Malaysia’s Langkawi Island is a pocket of peace and tranquility overlooking the pristine water and white sandy beach of Datai Bay. Designed in traditional Malaysian style, the spacious lowrise resort provides 188 guest rooms and suites with soaring views across the Andaman Sea. The island is also home to strange ?flying snakes? Mountain Biking Mountain bikes are available on a complimentary basis for guests who wish to explore the scenic north coast of the island. Library The resort’s well-stocked library features novels, magazines and a host of books, some of which provide valuable insight into Malaysia’s rich history and culture.