If you’re dreaming of sparkling turquoise waters and sunny shores, look no further and plan a future trip to Langkawi

Less than an hour’s flight away, the archipelago is the perfect first getaway if you’re looking to head to somewhere right now, especially since we can travel domestically during the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO).

During this trying time, award-winning resort The Datai Langkawi has released open-date vouchers from now to 10 July 2020, valid through 30 June 2021. 

These vouchers include a discounted rate of RM1,430 per night at the Canopy Deluxe Room. It includes several other services, including return airport transfers and a one-time high tea afternoon for two adults and two children. 

This offer also comes with a 20 percent discount on their dining outlets and The Spa, which features Ramuan treatments, a Bastien Gonzales Pedi:Mani:Cure Studio and Phyto 5 facials for the ultimate getaway. 

All of their 121 rooms, villas and suites come with breathtaking views of the surrounding nature. Villas are also well-distanced for an unparalleled sense of privacy and exclusivity, and some come with private pools as well. 

Here, spend the morning at the award-winning Ernie Els-designed golf course, then head off to enjoy a lazy afternoon with bespoke nature activities curated by resident naturalists and marine biologists. Then, dine in luxury with at any of their four dining outlets, complete with an extensive collection of wine with 465 labels and over 16,000 bottles. 

The Datai Langkawi
The Gulai House (Image credit: The Datai Langkawi)

To book your next beach getaway with The Datai Langkawi, click here. For matters post-purchase confirmation, contact the hotel at reservations@dataihotels.com.

Blackout periods include: 24 Dec 2020 — 2 Jan 2021, 13 Jan — 22 Feb 2021, 1 — 7 April 2021. The offer is valid for bookings with a minimum of two nights. It is also subject to a 10 percent service charge, and a change of date is allowed 14 days before arrival, subject to availability. 

Refunds will not be available after payment confirmation. Lifestyle Asia is not responsible for the outcome of the experience with the company or the individual.

Jocelyn Tan
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Jocelyn Tan is a travel and design writer. She's probably indulging in serial killer podcasts or reading one too many books on East Asian history. When she actually gets to travel, you can find her attempting to stuff her entire wardrobe into her luggage. Yes, she's a chronic over-packer.