Nestled in the main tourist island of the Langkawi archipelago on Malaysia’s north coast is an exquisitely restored two-bedroom colonial house that is perfect for families and groups of friends who want a relaxing holiday away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
Originally built by Arab goldsmith traders in Georgetown, Penang, this 90-year-old villa was taken apart and transported to Langkawi, where it was restored. Although it has been fixed and furnished to keep up with modern times, this antique villa has managed to retain its historical value.
Boasting of a lush tropical environment, a 33-metre lap pool, a small temple, a restaurant that offers sumptuous meals, a tranquil library, a cozy bar, a comfy living/dining area, two inviting bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms and a family bath area, this traditionally colonial villa makes for the ideal tropical retreat.
One of the bedrooms is fitted with a king-size bed, while the other has twin beds that are perfect for kids. All suites have its own fridge, tea/coffee maker and toaster.
Amenities include TV, CD/DVD player, a DVD library and WiFi Internet access. Daily continental breakfast and complimentary evening cocktails & snacks are provided.
This historical compound is just a 10-minute drive from Langkawi airport and 5 minutes from Pantai Cenang beach.