The Andaman Langkawi

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Nestled on the shores of the Andaman Sea, surrounded by rainforest and beautiful nature you’ll find the luxury beach resort of Andaman. This 5* holiday destination is perfect for Muslim travellers looking to unwind and get away from their busy and hectic lives, and instead live within nature itself and explore the surroundings of this beautiful part of Malaysia.

Just 20km away from both the Langkawi Cable Car and the Langkawi Sky Bridge, two awesome activities to enjoy during your stay that will give you breathtaking scenic views of the island below, the Andaman resort awaits to fulfill your luxury holiday with their amazing facilities, services, and amenities.

With chic modern rooms connected to your free wifi, you can keep in touch with the outside world as you live in luxury and explore Langkawi. Each room also comes with a flat screen TV, sofa and balcony, while upgraded rooms have additional espresso machines, and a garden or sea view. For those that want to enjoy the most luxurious luxury’s this resort has to offer, then suites are complete with separate living rooms, iPod docks, and relaxing Jacuzzis.

Your stay at Andaman Resort will include delicious breakfast buffets every morning, while four restaurants serve different cuisines and spectacular Malay dishes. An outdoor pool is available for guests to enjoy, while a kid’s club is also free for children to learn and explore. Swimmers and divers will enjoy coral reef and snorkeling activities, while other various water sports are also being offered. Cooking classes can also be arranged for those that want to learn traditional Malay cuisines.


From £1,299 per person
based on two people sharing
  • Return flights from London to Langkawi via Kuala Lumpur
  • 7 nights at the 5* The Andaman in a Deluxe Room
  • Daily Breakfast
  • Return private transfers from the airport to the resort

Valid for travel from February to November (supplements may apply during Easter and in July and August).

Alternative dates are available throughout the year at a supplement. Prices subject to change and availability at the time of booking.

Email us at or call
0203 397 4397 for more information.

Malaysia is home to beautiful beaches, acres of natural rainforests, and a mixture of Malay, Chinese, Indian, and European cultural influences making it an overall exciting and must visit holiday destination. Perfect for travelers looking to explore the traditional culture of Malaysia, yet at the same time enjoy the modern side with skyscraper buildings, countless shopping experiences and all the delicious Malay food you need to enjoy the real Malaysian experience. Flight time from the UK : 12 hours direct flight to Kuala Lumpur and then a one hour flight to Langkawi

Local languages : Malaysian is the local language in Malaysia however English is widely understood and spoken to a conversational level.

Best time to visit : Malaysia has something to offer all year round. October to March tends to be slightly drier, but as they say in Malaysia, always carry an umbrella in case of a sharp shower!

Visa requirements (for British passport holders) : British passport holders don’t need a visa when travelling to Malaysia, and will normally be permitted to stay up to 30 days upon arrival.

Key Events and Festivals:

Hari Raya Aidilfitri – The Muslim Malay are the religion in Malaysia, therefore Hari Raya Aidilfitri remarks the most significant celebration festival.

Lantern Festival - Also called as Moon Cake Festival or Mid-autumn Festival, falls on 15th August in Chinese calendar. The festival celebrated by Chinese community with a beautiful folklore story. Sabah International Folklore Festival - A serial cultural carnival integration performances to launch in every year in the month of June and organised by the state government of Sabah, Malaysia.

Royal Langkawi International Regatta

F1 Petronas Malaysian Grand Prix

Rainforest World Music Festival

Putrajaya Flower & Garden Festival (FLORIA)

Which airport will you fly into : Kuala Lumpur is the main gateway for international flights.

Must try food

Nasi lemak – also known as sticky rice, this originally breakfast dish consists of rice steamed in coconut milk, which imparts a creamy texture.

Laksa – a popular spicy noodle soup dish.

Rendang – normally served as chicken or beef, this dish is a spicy yet creamy and coconut-y dish served with steamed rice. It also has a sweet hint of flavor that keeps the spices from empowering the dish.

Must do experience:

Petronas Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur – Visit the world’s tallest twin towers for scenic views of Kuala Lumpur. Gaze down below from the 88-storey sky bridge that links the two towers together and enjoy breathtaking views from the superb viewing platform.

Kinabalu Park, Sabah - A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kinabalu Park is home to Malaysia's highest mountain and one of Southeast Asia's highest peaks, Mount Kinabalu. Perfect for hikers and nature lovers looking to discover and explore the wonderland of ecological treasures, here you’ll enjoy thousands of plant and animal species, including a large number of endemic species.

World’s largest cave chamber, Mulu National Park, Sarawak – Step inside the world’s largest cave chambers and witness a unique rock formation with a silhouette that resembles the side profile of Abraham Lincoln, America's 16th President. The park is also home to various natural treasures.

Cameron Highlands - a cool escape from the heat of the city, and is also home to British colonial mansion houses and the tea plantations.

LEGOLAND and Hello Kitty Town – The perfect day out for the kids if you need to keep them entertained!