Shangri-La's Rasa Sayang Resort, Penang 5-Star


Retreat from the world to the stunning Shangri-La's Rasa Sayang Resort and Spa and discover the new standard in Asian hospitality. Leave your cares behind to enter a paradise realm where you'll find everything you need to truly relax, a tropical beach, untold luxury and the timeless elegance of centuries-old rain trees. Most of the 304 rooms are seafacing with garden views. The resort also houses CHI, The Spa at Shangri-La - world unto itself, dedicated entirely to sensual indulgence. Within your own private villa, submit to ancient healing therapies drawn from the Himalayas, each designed to rejuvenate your body and soul. Shangri-La's Rasa Sayang Resort and Spa occupies 30 acres of private grounds and recreational distractions within the resort include tennis, workouts at the Health Club, water sports, jungle walk and golf. Other facilities include state-of-the art meeting and banquet venues, two swimming pools and six innovative Food and Beverage outlets. Pulau Payar Marine Park with Snorkeling. Approximately 1.5 hours fast ferry ride to this beautiful island. Come witness the only Marine Park off the West Coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The crystal clear water is reputed to support a multitude of colourful marine life and large species of coral and is ideal for snorkeling. Buffet Lunch is served at the platform. Facilities include an Underwater Observatory Chamber.

Travel Dates:1 April - 15 June, 1 September - 17 December 2015

7 nights
FROM $1,189*
7 nights From $1,189*

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Visit 'Malaysia's Silicon Valley'

George Town is the capital of the 28-square kilometre island and sliver of mainland Malyasian peninsula, sporting a mixture of pre-war houses, colonial buildings, mazes of alleyways, churches and mosques. The nearby beautiful Kek Lok Si Temple pagoda is worth a visit and you'll see fine views of the region atop Penang Hill. George Town hotels include budget stays and restored Edwardian Anglo Malay mansions.

The northern beaches around Batu Ferringhi and Teluk Bahang (with all their watersports) steal the hearts of many. On this part of the island, the pasar malam (night market) stocks cheap food, jewellery, handicrafts and clothes and is a pleasant nocturnal diversion from sun and sea. When your appetite flares, wherever you are in Penang, you'll find the hallmarks of Nyonya, Chinese, Indian and Malay-style cooking. Hawker (street stall) fare is particularly tasty.

Penang: Batu Feringghi BeachBatu Feringghi Beach

It's easy to get here too: the international airport is on Penang Island, about 20 kilometres from George Town, and links directly to Singapore, Bangkok, Medan, Xiamen, Madras, Kuala Lumpur and Hong Kong.

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