With a sandy beach to the front and rainforest all around, here at Burau Bay, this charming resort offers you a real tropical island hideaway. There's a shuttle service between the Malaysian-style villas dotted up the hillside and the main oceanfront resort buildings - or you can enjoy a walk through the lush grounds. In Ayura Spa, the signature massage is an exotic affair involving a poultice of aromatic herbs.
424 chalets, on land and over open waters. All with balcony, air-conditioning, ceiling fan, cable TV, tea/coffee-making facilities, mini-bar*, safe and hairdryer. Rainforest Chalets have a rainforest view, sleeping maximum 2 adults.
Half Board option: includes buffet dinner at Dayang Cafe.
What is included in the tour
- 5 nights in Berjaya Langkawi Resort 4*
- Room Type - Chalet
- Return Flights with Malaysia Airlines from London Heathrow
With its extensive coastline, beautiful islands, prehistoric jungle, ancient tribes, colonial architecture, Malay, Chinese and Indian heritage and sophisticated cities, Malaysia has a multitude of sightseeing options and activities.
• From Chinatown to Little India, the mind-bogglingly tall Petronas Towers and everything in between, Kuala Lumpur is one of southeast Asia’s most compelling cities
• Known for their tea plantations and strawberry farms, the hill country of the Cameron Highlands provides cooling respite from Malaysia’s relentless heat
• At 4,094m Mount Kinabalu is the highest peak in southeast Asia
• Be pulled around Penang’s George Town in a trishaw as you marvel at preserved multi-coloured colonial architecture
When to visit
The country has an equatorial climate, making it warm year round with temperatures varying little from the 30C mark and showers year-round. The northeast monsoon, or rainy season, particularly affects the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia and Sarawak, with heavy rain from late November to mid-February.
What to pack
It can get hot and sticky, with humidity high year-round, so pack plenty of light breezy clothing, however given this is a fairly conservative and Muslim society, dress appropriately around sites of worship and public places. Rainforest covers 75% of the country so if you plan on discovering it trekking or hiking, take the right footwear.