On Langkawi you will land in front of the oldest rainforests in the world, sandy beaches so white they almost hurt your eyes, rich marine life and impressive rock formations. The rock formations form little islands in the sea, Pulau’s, which are often inaccessible. This landscape earned the island international recognition because a few years ago it was awarded the ‘Global Geopark’ status by UNESCO.
The north coast of Langkawi is quiet and unspoiled. Between wide beaches and jungle, this is where The Datai has settled. Steps and winding paths lead you through the jungle to the beautiful white sand beach. Don’t be surprised if a group of monkeys cross your path along the way.
The 125 rooms, villas and suites are located either in the main building surrounded by jungle or on the beach. Both locations offer their own charm and atmosphere. Baby carriage service ensures that you can move around easily. Of course, you can also walk the distance of your choice. After a few days stay in this fantastic resort on the Andaman Sea, you will soon feel completely at one with nature.
When you are ready for something active, there is plenty to choose from. Will you explore the jungle, follow a cooking class or take to the water on the schooner Naga Pelangi? Or do you opt for peace and relaxation and head for The Datai Spa? Which is located on a small river in the tropical garden. It is all possible!
Do you like golf? Then hitting a ball on Langkawi is special! Els Club Teluk Datai opened in 1992 and has won many awards. The course, like The Datai, is set amidst the green of the rainforest and the blue of the Andaman Sea. The design is very environmentally friendly and blends in perfectly with the surroundings. One of the greens is almost in the sea. Playing golf here is a special experience!