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Berjaya Langkawi Resort

 

A Resort of Many Cultures. An eclectic mix of heritage chic...

Antique buildings of Chinese, Malay, Indian and Eurasian origin, make up this 8 villa hotel. For Malaysia this is a new concept of hotel where the villas can be rented as one, or as individual hotel rooms. Each building has, over its 70-110 year old history, created its own heart and soul. Hopefully we have given due respect to each of these family homes with the restoration process. These houses are now the continuing story of people who live in them, our guests.

The project was conceptualized by the owner to be able to extend her other passion project: Langkawi Animal shelter & sanctuary Foundation (LASSIE). A percentage of all profits go directly to LASSIE , for the foundation to be able to continue its work on the island with stray animals.

 

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Straits Club House & Restaurant

 

 

This house originally called "Bahagia" was from York Road in Penang. Built in 1920s by a Eurasian family, it was then sold to a Malay family in the 1960s. It resembles an old colonial building with verandahs and beautiful carvings on the high end of the walls to let the air flow through.

It now houses the resort reception, restaurant, bar, library and pool table. The wide verandahs are perfect for reading a book or having a late lunch. The servants quarters at the back have been converted into the restaurant kitchen.

With a capacity of 22pax (including tables by the pool) it is a perfect location for small, intimate celebrations. We will be happy work with you on a special menu. Also, the longest pool of Temple Tree facing a magnificent 100 year old Chinese House can host your pre-celebration, sunset cocktail.

 

Chinese House

 

 

Viewed from the 110ft pool, this house is magnificent. Built by a Chinese family in Batu Pahat, Johor and located close to Singapore, this house has been relocated from the furthest distance. This was originally a farmhouse and built approximately 100 yrs ago. Some of the design is thought to have Taiwanese influence. Upstairs is one suite and downstairs is another, Both have large verandahs on 3 sides and wonderful views of the  mountains.

The decoration of both is very opulent and in Chinese colours of red and black which contrasts with the simple wood walls.

 

Penang House

 

 

Originally situated next to busy Gurney Drive in Penang, this house was built in the early 1930s by a Chinese contractor and was very typical of its time. The original exterior colour has been kept as with the two entrances. The front section is now one suite with one bedroom, living room and separate TV room, bathroom and additional bath / massage room. The back suite has a living room, bedroom, separate dressing room and bathroom.

The interiors are painted white with turquoise shutters and touches of raspberry & lime green. This house is perfect for a family, as the 2 suites connect with double doors, yet both have separate entrances & living spaces.

 

Black & White House

 

 

This beautiful Malay House was built in the '40s in Mantin in the state of Negri Sembilan, south of Kuala Lumpur.

It's a cp,[;ete house with a living / dining area, and a great outdoor porch, perfect for writing that book. A huge bedroom with wooden bathtub, separate bathroom and adjoining mini gym.

The coloured glass windows in the living room really make this house very special when contrasted with its original black and white colour scheme.

 

Colonial House

 

 

This very large, stately house came from Georgetown, Penang. Built by Arabs in the '20s who were goldsmith readers. They would have been rich and had a western style which shows with the architectural touches such as the cornices, floor tiles and fishscale design canopy over the porch. It is now the ultimate party house for five sets of friends or a large family. A huge living space with bar, dining table for 10 and lots of lounge spaces, combined with two bedrooms downstairs and three upstairs, making it s perfect space for a private venue. Colonial 1 - 4

The two downstairs bedrooms both have separate entrances and outdoor private gardens with wooden tubs and sunloungers. Upstairs, Colonial 3, is a large space with bedroom and living space as one and a separate bath hall with two wooden baths.

Colonial 4, also upstairs at the front, is the showpiece of the villa, with separate living space, a family bath hall and 2 separate bedrooms both with ensuites.

 

Estate

 

 

Originally situated 25 minutes from Ipoh in Pasah Puteh, which would have placed it half way between Kuala Lumpur and Penang. Built in 1940s this building was a long house for Indian workers on a rubber estate. The style is very typical of Estate workers housing throughout Malaysia. It has converted superbly into 5 hotel rooms. All have terracotta-tiled floors, bedroom/ living space and separate bathrooms, with a verandah at the front. The all white painted interiors contrast with the thick wooden beams of the roof. Each room is totally different in furniture, antiques and decoration.

Estate 1, 2, 3 all have showers & wooden bathtubs. Estate 4 & 5, shower only.

 

Location

 

 

Temple Tree at Bon Ton is located just 10 minutes from Langkawi airport and 5 minutes from the main beach of Pantai Cenang on Pulau Langkawi. This is the main island of the Langkawi archipelago, comprising about 100 islands lying off the northweastern coast of Peninsula Malaysia.

 

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