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The St. Regis Langkawi
Why we like it
- The St. Regis Langkawi is an architectural masterpiece, created by globally celebrated designers Bill Bensley, GA Designs and Gensler
- The only luxury resort in Langkawi to offer over-water villas and speciality over-water restaurant
- Benefit from complimentary luxury limousine airport transfers and access to St. Regis airport lounge.
- The only resort with a private lagoon on the island, surrounded by million year old rainforest
- For the ultimate relaxation, spend your days lounging by the infinity pool, enjoying a picnic on the beach and rejuvenating at the Iridium Spa
Discover the most theatrical and exclusive art of champagne sobering at the Gourmand Deli.
Malaysia & Borneo Offers
Prices from £1,495pp saving up to £300pp for 7 nights
Book a 7 night stay at The St. Regis Langkawi and pay for only 5 nights. Prices from £1,495pp based on two people sharing a Premier Rainforest Room on a B&B basis, including international flights and airport transfers. Valid for travel until 22nd December 2016. Subject to availability. Terms and conditions apply.
CONTACT US ON 01242 547 895 OR ENQUIRE ONLINE
Welcome to an idyllic, refined paradise that is The St. Regis Langkawi. Situated on the southern tip of the island known as ‘the Jewel of Kedah,’ this 5-star luxury resort in Langkawi is the pinnacle of sophisticated island living. Set amidst centuries-old rainforest fauna and nature, and the glimmering Andaman Sea, The St. Regis Langkawi offers the best beachfront resort experience with 85 suites and 4 over-water villas.
Visit the Drawing Room to experience the St. Regis afternoon tea, a quintessential St. Regis ritual, carried out as flawlessly today as it was a century ago by the Astors in New York. As evening falls, be sure to try the ‘Lang Mary’ - a local twist to the traditional Bloody Mary - at The St. Regis Bar.
Kuala Lumpur/Langkawi (Malaysian Airlines)
11 hours 30 minutes non-stop
GMT +8 hours
Not required for UK passport holders
Yellow Fever certificate if arriving from an endemic area
Best time to travel
November - April (Peninsula Malaysia)
March - October (Borneo)
Malaysia's climate is tropical and humid, with humidity high in the mornings and lower in the afternoons. A typical day is warm and humid with balmy evenings. The main rainy seasons fall from November to February.
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Suggested itineraries in Malaysia & Borneo
Highlights of Sabah
Nights: 9 | from £2,325pp
Sabah, Malaysia’s ‘Wild East’, is a lush natural wonderland where orangutans swing through the rainforest, azure seas teem with colourful fish and former headhunters display skulls in traditional bamboo houses. Meet the people and animals of Borneo on a trip combining real adventure with true luxury.
Nights: 13 | from £3,750pp
Discover the myriad faces of neighbouring Singapore and Malaysia, exploring their diverse cultural heritage, spectacular rainforests and beaches, lively temples and markets, and – most unmissable of all – some of Asia’s most delectable food.
Legends & Longhouses
Nights: 11 | from £2,925pp
Jungle-clad Borneo is a wild island like no other, home to orangutans and former headhunters. Discover its natural and cultural wonders in the twin Malaysian states of Sarawak and Sabah: trace meandering rivers to meet indigenous tribes, and explore vast caves chattering with bats and birds – taking time out to relax on beautiful tropical beaches.
Borneo Wildlife Adventure
Nights: 8 | from £2,995pp
Introduce the family to the wildlife of one of the world’s great natural wonderlands – Borneo. Snorkel among dazzling fish, meet the great orange apes of Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre and journey along the mighty Kinabatangan River in search of proboscis monkeys and exotic birds.
Eastern & Oriental Bangkok to Singapore
Nights: 3 | from £1,595pp
Relive the most glamorous era of travel on a journey through the tropical landscapes of Thailand and Malaysia. Witness the infamous Bridge on the River Kwai, explore the colonial streets and Chinese temples of Penang, and cross the Strait of Johor to discover the thrilling city of Singapore.