The Langkawi archipelago continues to attract more and more visitors who come to this region for its magnificent beaches as well as for its tropical flora and fauna. To discover the natural local wealth close up, it’s advisable to stroll through the forest and observe the numerous bird species living here and the small, curious monkeys one meets along the way. The sea is also filled with surprises, tempting many visitors to go snorkeling in search of the natural underwater treasures, often in the company of an experienced guide ready to share his knowledge.
At the port of Kuah, one the region’s largest cities, there are boats leaving for some of the archipelago’s smaller islands. Eagle Square, at the entrance to Kuah, offers visitors the enchanting sight of a statue in the form of an eagle that seems to be taking off for the sky. The square is also very pleasant for walking under the arches or for cooling off at one of the terraces. The city’s evening market is an excellent occasion to discover the local culture.
As its name indicates, the Rebak Island Resort is on the island of the same name. It’s one of the 99 islands that make up the famous region of Langkawi. This luxurious hotel is an ideal spot for lovers of the sea, thanks to its first class marina and its idyllic beach. Partially renovated recently with improved room installations, the hotel is situated in a paradise like setting where nature takes the spotlight and creates a peaceful atmosphere. The landscaping is the work of an internationally renowned designer and offers a magnificent view of Senari Straits.
The rooms are decorated in a modern style, but with an eye to conserving the unique spirit of Malaysian dwellings. They are all comfortable and spacious with balconies equipped with chaise lounges where guests can enjoy the gentle sound of the waves and the neighboring fauna. Some of the rooms have direct access to the beach. The hotel’s swimming pool and spa provide unforgettable moments of well-being.
The hotel’s various restaurants propose a wide choice of unique and exotic dishes. The beach bar with its numerous snacks and refreshing cocktails is ideal for a well-deserved lunch. The Senari has a continental cuisine, inspired by China and India, and is ideal for a dinner under the stars, or indoors in a simple and elegant setting. The hotel staff is only too happy to organize intimate, candlelight dinners for a more romantic atmosphere. Finally, the Minum Minum, which means “Let’s have a drink” in Malaysian, offers a large selection of quality alcohols.
The hotel’s name comes from the trees present throughout the island which are known as Rebak trees.
Five stars / Member Taj Hotels, Resorts & Palaces / Malaysian hospitality / Traditional Malaysian artwork / Tropical paradise / Oriental, Indian & Continental cuisine / Poolside restaurant / In-room dining / Pool bar / Bar with live entertainment / Lounge / Ulik Mayang Spa / Outdoor & Kids pools / Fitness center / Library / Cooking classes / Numerous sports activities / Private yacht cruises / Babysitting service
Open all year
68 rooms and 14 suites
Double occupancy from 139 euros
Penang International Airport (PEN) - Bayan Lepas
REBAK ISLAND RESORT - A TAJ HOTEL
P.O. Box 125,
Kedah Darul Aman,
Approximately 16 hours
+ 6 hours in summer / + 7 hours in winter
Equatorial climate with maritime influences
Very hot and humid almost all year round
Fairly constant air and water temperature between 26 and 29°C
Passport valid six months after return date for French citizens
Proof of return date obligatory
No visa required
The Malaysian ringgit (MYR)
Bahasa Malaysia, official language
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+33 1 75 43 70 26 *Our reservation department is always happy to assist you via phone or via email. We are open Monday to Friday 9am to 18pm (GMT +1).