Lively times in the Indian Ocean at the St. Regis Langkawi
About fifteen miles off the western coast of Malaysia, in the Andaman Sea, lies the tropical island of Langkawi. Named for the local eagles that inhabit the tropical jungles of the island, Langkawi has become a popular destination for travelers who enjoy luxurious comfort in wilderness settings. The St. Regis Langkawi hotel offers the ultimate in bespoke itineraries and modern accommodations to its guests on the island. Located at the southeastern cape of the place, the St. Regis Langkawi stands at the foot of a large hillock and faces a long and beautiful beach. Truly an island paradise, Langkawi is a perfect spot for the bespoke exploration of the Malaysian villages and the natural wonders of the tropics.
The St. Regis Langkawi features 89 suites and villas to its customers, all of which feature the most modern amenities. There are nine classes of rooms, but all are lavishly furnished, and decorated with modern designs accented with Asian decorations. The hotel also provides an extensive spa, a large and busy athletic club, a Family Programme designed for guests with children, butler services, and even a bespoken helicopter tour of the islands. And always, the beaches of the Indian Ocean lie directly outside the door of every suite. The St. Regis name is always associated with opulent luxury and sophisticated surroundings, and the Langkawi resort proudly lives up to these high standards
For bespoke adventure and exploration, travellers can do no better than to join the St. Regis Langkawi roster. The resort will gladly assist in guiding its guests to all of the numerous attractions of this gorgeous and amazing island world. The immediate area around the Langkawi is a true tropical Asian jungle, and guided Nature Walks through the forest can be arranged for day or night. The island itself is blessed with the beautiful Temurun waterfalls and various mountains, and the hotel will gladly arrange day trips to the western coast to ascend the Langkawi Cable Car, to the top of the mountain called Gunung Mat Chinchang. At the peak of the mountain stands the Skybridge, a walkway above the thick jungle below that provides the best vistas on the island. Boating tours of the mangrove swamps on the eastern side of the island are also easily arranged.