The 99 islands of the Langkawi archipelago lie some 20 miles off the northwest coast of Malaysia, in the Andaman Sea. You can explore caves and waterfalls, play a round of golf and enjoy a boat trip.
The 99 islands of the Langkawi archipelago lie some 20 miles off the northwest coast of Malaysia, in the Andaman Sea.
This serene, tropical island paradise of myth and legend has a thickly-jungled interior encircled by white, velvety sands.
Malaysia’s finest beach resorts
The main town of Kuah fades into rice paddies and small villages, whilst Malaysia’s finest beach resorts are sprinkled along the island’s secluded coast.
You can explore the island’s caves and waterfalls, play a round of golf, enjoy a boat trip around the archipelago or simply lie back and relax on one of the perfect beaches.
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Accommodation in Langkawi
The Danna is located on the beautiful white sand bay of Pantai Kok next to Langkawi's Telaga marina which is home to a wealth of yachts from around the world.
Set in ancient tropical rainforest in a secluded corner of the island with its own beach, this is one of Asia's most beautiful spa resorts.
Simple yet stylish this small, unique resort is located 10 minutes from the airport and five minutes from the main beach of Pantai Cenang.
Located on the lovely Pantai Tengah beach, which is at one end of Pantai Cenang, the property has just over 100 rooms and facilities include two swimming pools, a spa, bar and restaurant.
Casa Del Mar
One of our favourite resorts in Malaysia. The attention to detail is very noticeable and the service is personal and friendly. It comes highly recommended.
Four Seasons Resort
Situated on the secluded and quiet northern shores of Langkawi, the Four Seasons Hotel here is the epitome of style, exclusivity and good taste.
Tanjung Rhu Resort
A luxurious, secluded hotel offering excellent facilities and service on arguably Langkawi's most beautiful beach.
Temple Tree at Bon Ton
Antique buildings of Chinese, Malay, Indian and Eurasian origin make up this boutique property set beside the already established Bon Ton Resort.