The Danna Langkawi – Malaysia
The Danna Langkawi is a reflection of a timeless luxury vacation that nestles against a backdrop of nature’s beauty. As an award-winning hotel in Langkawi, Malaysia, they offer an elite holiday experience that enable you to find supreme comfort amidst an inviting ambience while admiring the unrivalled views of the sandy beach, marina bay, Andaman sea and verdant green hills.
The Danna Langkawi is located on Telaga Harbour Park in the west coast of Langkawi island.
Telaga Harbour Park was built to resemble a Mediterranean-style harbour town of the French Riviera. Perdana Quay at the northern section of the harbour boasts a number of restaurants, bistros and art stores.
On the south side of the harbour is Petronas Quay which hosts souvenir stores, a bank equipped with currency exchange facilities, a fast food restaurant and a bakery.
The hotel is located on the enthralling Langkawi island or sometimes known as Legendary island as it is enshrouded with legends and myths. It is an archipelago of 104 islands overlooking the panoramic Andaman Sea and Straits of Malacca. This island derived its name from the abundance of eagles on the island.
The main tourist attractions on the island are idyllic white sandy beaches with swaying coconut trees and crystal clear blue water. Langkawi is declared as a duty-free zone and more recently named World Geopark by UNESCO in June 2007. The three main conservation areas are Island of the Pregnant Maiden Lake, Kilim Karst Geoforest Park and Machincang Cambrian Geoforest Park.
Island Adventures arranged by The Danna Langkawi
Rainforest Afterdark Tour
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Langkawi is synonymous with ‘tropical paradise’. Since 2008 the archipelago’s official title has been Langkawi Permata Kedah (Langkawi, the Jewel of Kedah), no doubt inspired by the island’s clear waters, relatively pristine beaches and intact jungle. The district has been duty free since 1987 and pulling in tourists well before that. Yet, despite their immense drawing power, these 99 islands, dominated by 478.5-sq-km Pulau Langkawi, have not been overdeveloped beyond recognition. Get just a little way off the main beaches and this is idyllic rural Malaysia, with traditional kampung(villages) and a laid-back vibe. It’s the kind of tropical island where there’s no lack of spas, seafood restaurants and beach bars, but where the locals continue to go about their ways just as they have for generations.
Malaysia is like two countries in one, cleaved in half by the South China Sea. While peninsula flaunts bustling cities, colonial architecture, misty tea plantations and chill-out islands, Malaysian Borneo hosts wild jungles of orangutans, granite peaks and remote tribes, along with some pretty spectacular diving. Throughout these two regions is an impressive variety of microcosms ranging from the space-age high-rises of Kuala Lumpur to the traditional longhouse villages of Sarawak.
If there was one thing that unites all its pockets of ethnicities, religions and landscapes, it’s food. Between the Chinese-Malay ‘Nonya’ fare, Indian curries, Chinese buﬀets, Malay food stalls and Dayak specialties, with some impressive Western-style food thrown in for good measure, travellers will never go hungry here.