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Aseania Resort Langkawi is a classy 217-room resort located on 7.519 acres of land along the beach of Pantai Tengah in Mukim Kedawang, Langkawi. Boasting its own mini water park and a 154.4 meter long swimming pool recognised as the longest pool in Malaysia by The Malaysian Book of Records, Aseania Resort Langkawi’s water park also contains other wonderful attractions such as a wave pool, slides and lazy river.

Offering guests a wealth of choices for a classy and comfortable stay, Aseania Resort Langkawi’s Superior Rooms come with either a pool view or a garden view. It comes in two types of bed configurations. One type comes with 1Queen Size bed and the other with 2 single beds. In both combinations, the Superior Room can accommodate an extra bed. With the extra bed, the Superior Rooms can comfortably accommodate 3 adults.

Another comfortable choice for your stay in Aseania Resort Langkawi are our Deluxe Rooms which come with either a pool view or the car park view. It comes with 2 Queen Size beds suitable for 4 persons. The Deluxe Room is also able to accommodate 1 extra bed and with the extra bed, the Deluxe Rooms can comfortably accommodate 5 adults.

Aseania Resort Langkawi’s Family Suite comes with 2 Bedrooms, living room, dining area & kitchen. One bedroom is equipped with 1 Queen Size bed and the other room with 2 single beds. The Family Suite is also able to accommodate 2 extra beds. With the extra beds, the Family Suites can comfortably accommodate 6 adults.

With all the rooms in Aseania Resort Langkawi furnished with modern facilities such as Colour TV with in-house movies and satelite TV (CNN), mini fridge, coffee and tea making facilities, attached bathroom, bath towels and toiletries, air condition, hair dryer, ironing board and extra bed upon request, safe deposit box at Reception Counter and connecting rooms, a comfortable and enjoyable stay is definitely a sure thing.

Staying at Aseania Resort Langkawi means that you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to dining options. Laguna, our multi-cuisine restaurant, offers you a wide selection of sumptuous dishes, from Asian to local favourites to time-tested Western dishes. Rempah Ratus, our traditional Malay cuisine restaurant which is open for dinner only, not only serves you deliciously home cooked Malay cuisine the way it was made for generations, but also brings to you a live cultural show to make your evening even more memorable. For a more chill out and informal dining experience, check out Aliah, our international bistro, offering you a large spread of international cuisine in a relaxed setting. Also don’t forget to give Adamali, our herbal outlet, a try.

If you’re looking to chill out after a refreshing dip in our swimming pool, or are simply looking for a laid back atmosphere to chit chat or hold that casual business meeting, the Pool Bar and our lobby lounge’s Cheers Pub at Aseania Resort Langkawi is the perfect place to be.

Holding a conference, private function, business meetings and the like is never easier than in Aseania Resort Langkawi. With our Dewan Aseania having a capacity of 500 people and a host of other smaller rooms and halls with capacity ranging from 80 to 160 people, our conference and banquet facility is suited to every budget and requirement. Our experienced staff will assist you and make the whole experience even more pleasant and efficient. Let us worry about the details while you take care of business.

With Aseania Resort Langkawi strategically located within the endlessly fascinating legendary island of Langkawi, which comprises a group of 99 tropical islands lying off the north-western coast of Peninsular Malaysia, about 30km from Kuala Perlis and 51km from Kuala Kedah on the mainland, you can be sure that there will always be something interesting to do and explore here. The island is blessed with an intriguing heritage of fabulous myths and legends of ogres and gigantic birds, warriors and fairy princesses, battles and romance.
Local folklore has it that Langkawi derived its name from the eagle or "helang" as it is known in the Malay language. "Lang" for short and in old Malay, "kawi" denotes reddish brown; hence, Langkawi simply means reddish brown eagle. Where once a group of 99 islands lay under a curse of a wrongly accused princess, there is today a new beginning, a new light, and as result a new budding and thriving holiday hideaway.

The Langkawi you see today has been transformed almost beyond recognition. This is the legendary island where now major international businessmen meet to form new ventures and conclude deals whilst relaxing. The curse that lasted for seven generations can surely be said to have been lifted.

The best known legend of Langkawi is of Mahsuri, a pretty maiden who lived some 200 years ago. She died under tragic circumstances for a crime she did not commit. She died a victim of a conspiracy plotted against her out of jealousy for her magnetic personality. She was accused of committing adultery and was sentenced to death by the Chief of Langkawi, Dato Karma Jaya, her own father-in-law. As the legend goes, Mahsuri was the object of envy, of the village headman's wife Wan Mahora. She accused Mahsuri of adultery with a handsome minstrel visiting the island while Mahsuri's husband, Wan Darus, was away. As proof of her innocence, some people say, white blood was seen gushing out of her wound during execution. Others maintain there was the sudden appearance of white mist that enveloped the spot where she was executed, which it was believed was a sign of mourning of her innocence. Mahsuri is best remembered for her curse on Langkawi which was uttered before she died. She had said, "For this act of injustice Langkawi shall not prosper for seven generations to come." Decades after Mahsuri's death, Langkawi experienced a period of tribulation with her population dwindling in size. The island became a desolate place, beset by series of misfortunes. It was not able to regain its splendour for a long period of time. The curse, believed to have brought destruction and doom to the island and was to last for seven generations, lifted only after the birth of Wan Aishah.

Tasik Dayang Bunting is a fresh water lake on the island of Dayang Bunting, the second largest in the Langkawi archipelago, easily accessible from Aseania Resort Langkawi. There appears to be several versions of the Dayang Bunting legend. One version has it that Dayang Bunting was a giant guardian spirit that kept watch over the islands. The lady's defenses include her pet lion and poison from the tuba root, potent weapons for her protection. Hence, the two islands closest to Pulau Dayang Bunting, whose silhoutte resembles that of a reclined pregnant giant, are named Pulau Singa Besar (Great Lion Island) and Pulau Tuba (Poisonous Root Island). The story goes that, a group of rude merchants failed to pay the obligatory respects to Dayang Bunting as they passed by the islands. Rudely awakened by the intrusion, she summoned her pet lion to despatch the trespassers. She roused the spirits of wind and water, stirring up a tropical storm that unleashed its fury on the incoming fleet of sailors.

Located in the north-western corner of Pulau Langkawi and easily accessible from Aseania Resort Langkawi, Telaga Tujuh (Seven Wells) is a geological marvel. The waterfall is so named because its cascading waters is broken by a series of seven natural pools. The lush green forest that surrounds the waterfall adds a mystical touch to the natural splendour. Legend has it that fairies used to come down to the waterfall to bathe and frolic.

Kampung Buku Malaysia is the first and only book village in South-east Asia. It is part of the International Book Villages and Book Towns Movement. It is located just 10 minutes from the Langkawi International Airport and 15 minutes from the Ferry Terminal, and is very easily accessible from Aseania Resort Langkawi. Situated amidst a lush green frost at the foot of Gunung Raya, the highest peak on the island, the book village provides book lovers a tranquil setting to indulge in their hobby.
Dataran Lang is Langkawi's most prominent landmark for visitors arriving by sea. According to local folklore, Langkawi derived its name from an eagle. Langkawi translated into English is reddish brown eagle. The square is beautifully illuminated at night and presents a dramatic scene as you approach the island by sea.

Taman Buaya Langkawi ( Langkawi Crocodile Farm) located at Kubang Badak, some 32 km from Kuah and accessible from Aseania Resort Langkawi by car, has more than 1000 crocodiles of various species. Here one can witness and photograph crocodiles and alligators playing and feeding in a controlled environment that closely resemble their natural habitat.

The Underwater World Langkawi, a marine showcase featuring both fresh and salt water fish and other forms of marine life, is a must-see attraction. Located at Pantai Cenang, a popular beach on the island and also easily accessible from Aseania Resort Langkawi, this aquarium features more than 5,000 types of marine life, exhibited in more than 100 tanks of different sizes. The highlight is a giant tank housing large marine species such as sharks, stingrays, groupers and green turtles, with a 15-metre tunnel for visitors to walk through and enjoy a spectacular view of the exhibits. Underwater gardens of weeds and sea plants together with exotic fishes and exhibits of fossils and shells add to the range of interesting sights.

Langkawi is a duty-free shopping haven offering an attractive range of local and imported goods for those with a yen for shopping. Most of the island's shopping establishments can be found in and around Kuah, which is easily accessible from Aseania Resort Langkawi. A good place to start one's shopping spree is the modern Langkawi Fair Shopping Mall, consisting of 100 retail lots housed in a 2-storey building. Its anchor tenant, the Samudra Duty Free Department Store, stocks a wide selection of items such as perfumes and fragrances, cosmetics, leather wear, sports gear, ladies' accessories, confectionery, liquor and cigarettes. Other shopping outlets to check out in Kuah includes the Langkawi Duty Free (M) Sdn. Bhd and the Saga Shopping Centre. The former sells a range of duty free items and the latter a variety of imported kitchenware and household appliances,clothing, luggage, confectionery and assorted goods. There are also other shops where shoppers can browse for bargains and perhaps pick up some local items. The Teow Soon Huat Departmental Store in Pokok Assam just outside the town is another shopping outlet worthy of your time. Visitors to the Langkawi Underwater World at Pantai Cenang should not miss the one Shopping Paradise Duty Free Centre housed within the same complex. The wide range of items on sale include cigarette, liquor, cosmetics, watches,fashion ware, jewellery, confectionery and batik. Among the many choices for shoppers include souvenir items such as pewter, handicraft, batik, crystals and glassware.Others include confectionery, liquor, silk fabrics, perfumes and fragrances, cosmetics, shoes and seafood items.Visitors are allowed to bring back to the mainland one bottle of liquor and one carton of cigarettes after staying at least 48 hours on the island.

With so many activities to do and places to explore, not to mention the abundance of duty-free shopping available at your disposal, Aseania Resort Langkawi is undoubtedly the place of choice for everyone, be it families, travellers and for both leisure and business.

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