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Langkawi, Malaysia

The Datai

Surrounded by dense tropical rainforest above a private beach sits this grand and glorious oasis

Sleek Tropical Haven on Private Beach

The secluded and glamorous villas feature private verandas, staggering views, naturally stylish Asian design, alongside every amenity you could ever want. The open-air Pavilion serves delicious Thai fare in a raised forest environment, while those craving authentic Malaysian or Indian food should head to the award-winning Gulai House.

Professional experts are on hand at the Spa to pamper you with decadent and soothing treatments, such as Warm Stone and Balinese massages, while tours through the rainforest and ocean ensure your adventurous appetites are also catered for. Sporting activities are well provided for here with an exclusive 18 hole championship golf course, two tennis courts, two swimming pools plus a health club.


124 rooms

Two restaurants, dining room and a lounge


Health club

Private beach with beach club

18 hole golf course

Water sport facilities available




Nature walks

The impact of your stay:

  • The Datai Langkawi is dedicated to youth empowerment through a strategic partnership with three schools on the island. Recognizing the importance of engaging the younger generation in environmental stewardship, the hotel actively collaborates with these schools to address sustainability, climate change, and the human impact on the environment.
  • In collaboration with the local non-profit organisation Marcet, The Datai Langkawi actively supports research funding for Langkawi Dolphins, Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphins, and Indo-Pacific Finless Porpoises. This partnership underscores the hotel’s commitment to contributing to valuable research initiatives aimed at the conservation and understanding of these marine species in the Langkawi region.
  • At the core of The Datai Langkawi’s sustainability efforts is ‘Pure For The Future,’ reflecting a commitment to creating a circular economy. Embracing the principles of a circular economy involves moving away from the linear take-make-waste model. The initiative focuses on designing out waste and pollution, keeping products and materials in use, and regenerating natural systems.
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