Discover the magical wonders of Langkawi at The Andaman

Hotel Category: 5

An ancient rainforest cradled between Malaysia's Mat Chincang Mountains and the beaches of the Andaman Sea is home to The Andaman Resort, where centuries-old trees, sparkling limestone outcrops and dense vegetation offer a window into history. Allow our naturalist to introduce you to the abundant wildlife of this environmentally friendly hotel on a nature walk, then restore and replenish at V Botanical Spa. A dip in the sparkling pool or an evening nature walk complete the day. With 178 spacious rooms in this one-of-a-kind hotel, airy, contemporary design effortlessly blends with splashes of indigenous art and culture, surpassed in beauty only by the breathtaking views of the Andaman Sea or emerald rainforest.

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Saturday, 15 December 2018


Nestled Within a Rain Forest

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Coral Conservation


Coral Conservation at The Andaman is an ongoing effort to reinstate the Andaman Reef which was damaged from the 2014 Tsunami. Under to Coral Conservation programme, the resort initiated an on-site Coral Nursery where corals are rehabilitated prior to being transplanted. Guests of all ages are welcome to participate in activities such as Private Guided Snorkel, Coral Nursery Feeding and Coral Reef Walks.

Coral Nursery - Entrance Path
Coral Nursery

V Integrated Wellness


Our goal is to inspire you to live in a more conscious way by developing a deeper awareness of your body, nurturing your mind and soul and living in tune with nature.
Jala Restaurant

Local Dining Experience


The Andaman boasts four unique dining venues that intertwines gourmet cuisine with the local indigenous flavors of Langkawi.

Tepian Laut
Jala Restaurant

Discover Langkawi


Langkawi is approximately 478 square kilometers. It is here, flanked by a 10 million-year-old rainforest and the Andaman Sea, that visitors encounter The Andaman Resort, Langkawi, which is uniquely situated to view the abundance of rare wildlife and flora that call this region home.
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