Located right in the lush rainforest with its incredible richness of flora and fauna and offering breathtaking views of the Andaman sea, The Datai is your luxury hotel of choice. Over two decades ago, famed architect Kerry Hill designed and built the Datai to honour nature, preserving the majestic coastline whilst creating a luxurious masterpiece. Now, the Datai Langkawi continues to blend seamlessly into the surrounding ancient rainforest with even more luxurious amenities.
Luxury Holidays to the Datai
Since its recent $60 million renovation, this gorgeous idyll boasts fresh new interiors and exteriors, making your next Langkawi holiday even more luxurious. Throw in the fact that The Datai already established itself as a winner of numerous international awards and constantly tops Malaysia's Top 25 hotel lists for its high quality service and spectacular guest experience, this is a luxurious getaway to remember.
Your leisure time activities at The Datai will be unmatched. Non-motorised water sports, including sailing and boogie boards, are free of charge, as are mountain bikes on which you can discover the secrets of this ancient natural beauty that is the island of Langkawi. A private beach, tennis courts, swimming pools, a new gym located next to the beach and an exclusive 18-hole championship golf course are all waiting for you at The Datai.
The Datai Things To Do
For nature lovers, local naturalist-guided tours around the rainforest are organised, as well as special morning and evening walks. For a more physically challenging experience, choose jungle trekking which can be custom-designed to adjust to your fitness level. Jungle trekking is also available for families with children. In February 2019 The Datai Langkawi completed an exciting refurbishment project. The resort’s iconic Malay ship, the Naga Pelangi, with its swordfish sails, has now returned to Datai Bay and is available for cruise hire and excursions until the end of April. The resort has also officially launched a new cooking school – The Dapur (meaning kitchen in Malay), from permaculture garden cultivation to kitchen skills. Choose Thai, Indian or Malay cooking classes. A supplement applies to the aforementioned cruise and cooking experiences.
Please note: The Ministry of Health has issued a new No Smoking Policy under the Control of Tobacco Product Regulations 2018. Smoking is now prohibited in all common areas of this hotel, including guestrooms, room balconies, lawns & gardens, driveway, entrance way and other common building facilities. Smoking means the inhaling, exhaling, breathing, or possession of any lighted cigarettes, cigar, pipe, e-cigarette and other similar lighted product. Persons contravening the No Smoking Policy may face an on-the-spot fine of RM10,000, or imprisonment for a term of not exceeding two years. Please be informed that any guests who violate the No Smoking rules will be held responsible. The management appreciates your cooperation and understanding.
Please note: The dates for Ramadan 2021 are Monday 12th April – Tuesday 11th May. Visitors during this time should be aware that opening times may vary and some restrictions may apply. Please speak to your specialist at Kenwood Travel for more information.
Please note: The Datai Langkawi has announced an additional guest charge of MYR20 (about £3.60) per room per night. Guests will be advised about this fee at the point of check-in. The fee aims to support nature conservatism in the area and, while not compulsory, will be added to your bill locally upon check-out. If you wish to not pay the fee, please discuss with the hotel clerk upon check-out.