Tuesday, 30 September 2014

Cuisine Gourmet by Nathalie, MIGF Menu, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Cuisine Gourmet by Nathalie, MIGF Menu, best French restaurant KL
Divinity in a Dessert at Cuisine Gourmet by Nathalie

Cuisine Gourmet by Nathalie
MIGF 2014 Menu

Walled one side by glass with a verdant backdrop, and the other with smoky grey and chestnut prints brightened with colourful abstract artwork, the ambience of Cuisine Gourmet by Nathalie is simple, yet classy. Wooden floors hold white linened tables dressed with glassware and candles. Amorous French melodies hum softly from quality speakers and are complemented by the mellifluous voice of a female French chef purring from the kitchen. Mauve chairs are padded and we appreciate the extra comfort as we prepare to settle in for the evening.

Cuisine Gourmet by Nathalie, MIGF Menu, best French restaurant KL
Sophisticated Interior
Rumours of Chef Nathalie Arberfeuille’s delicacies were first whispered amongst KL’s diplomats and elite when she began organizing fine dining events and fancy cocktail evenings a number of years ago in the city. In 2010 she opened her first restaurant and cooking studio, Nathalie’s Gourmet Studio, which brought her creations to the public and grew her reputation for producing the best macarons around.

With such popularity, a second, more fine dining outlet, Cuisine Gourmet by Nathalie, was opened in the heart of town in 2011, and it seems success is only but continuing to swell. Increased popularity has led to the introduction of another distinguished chef, Clara Champonnois also from France, into the exceptional team.

The amazing self-taught chef, Nathalie, has been nominated for numerous awards since her humble beginnings and has gained multiple titles in the prestigious Malaysia International Gourmet Festival (MIGF). This year she continues to inspire the tummies of many a gourmet in Malaysia, with another superb festival menu line-up.

Classed as Modern French, Cuisine Gourmet by Nathalie presents guests with expertly prepared, beautifully arranged and wonderfully flavoured dishes at affordable prices. While we can recommend a visit to Nathalie’s at any time, October sees a special month where masterpieces are prearranged in a fixed menu, joining Malaysia’s epicurean celebration known as MIGF. Chef Clara describes the menu as, “taking you on a different trip with every dish. Each course offers a small surprise.”

Guests have a choice of partaking in the full MIGF menu or a lighter version. (The regular a la carte options are also available). Enamored with what we’ve tried in the past of Nathalie’s creations, we decide to engage in the unabridged indulgence.

As in all wonderful experiences, the night is made in the details. And, as such, the voyage begins with a warm mini baguette served from a white clothed basket and harmonized with French butter with a sprinkling of sea salt.

Cuisine Gourmet by Nathalie, MIGF Menu, best French restaurant KL
Warm Mini-Baguette


A trio of canapés enthuse the eyes in their pretty arrangement. “Oh, oh, fabulous. It’s a real joy,” hubby declares on first bite of the Beef Gravalax, Whole Grain Mustard Blinis and Black Bread Tuile. The meat is soft, the mini pancakes firm and a suggestion of mustard finds its way to all kinks in the mouth.

Tuna Tataki, Sugar Snap Peas and Black Olive Dust is an artwork that I’m hesitant to spoil. Pink flesh is rolled in a generous garb of crushed olive and sits upright on the plate. A pearl of creamy avocado mousse trims the top alongside a skewer of viridescent pea. Sublime.

Hubby continues his rant, “Oh, that is awesome,” as a spoon of the third item hits his lips. Cauliflower Veloute holds fine Fourme D’Ambert Bites (a mild blue cheese), which linger on the palate long after the soup is swallowed. Crispy croutons and a drizzling of pesto oil not only garnish the top, but contribute their own distinct flavour and texture complexities to the incredibly satisfying pot. We’re clearly off to a positive start.

Cuisine Gourmet by Nathalie, MIGF Menu


A wonderful smell of curry tickles the nose as the appetizer arrives. The eyes are next in line for their piece of enchantment as they gaze upon the beautiful cylinder of white, olive, pink, black and orange. And again, before the taste buds take their pleasure, the ears are teased with the crunch of noodles as the dish is sliced into.  Slices of Warm Brittany Blue Lobster lounge decadently on top of a Celeriac Heart in Crispy Kadaif (a string like pastry). A Green Apple Chutney, Curry Tomato Jelly and Herring Caviar are not just attractive adornments, but tasty components and we don’t stop until every last bead of caviar is gone.

Cuisine Gourmet by Nathalie, MIGF Menu, best French restaurant KL
Warm Brittany Blue Lobster, Celeriac Heart in Crispy Kadaif, Green Apple Chutney Curry Tomato Jelly and Herring Caviar
The pairing of Moillard Chablis, Rhone Valley France 2010 is adeptly suited, and after first sip, I can’t imagine finishing the meal without wine. The food by itself is exquisite. Teamed with wine however, the experience is lifted to glorious heights.

It’s another envelope of luscious aroma that greets the senses before the vision has had time to register with the second starter. A smoky scent has us drooling as we first lay eyes upon the next graceful creation - Pan Seared French Foie Gras, Cantaloupe Jelly, Smoked Duck, and Port. A round of yellow melon jelly is installed in the base of the bowl with the fat nugget of rich liver acting as an opulent temptation on the side. It’s draped in a sumptuous port sauce, and if you pay close attention there’s a more condensed bubble on top, which luxuriously melts, dripping down the sides as the plate is laid on the table. We bite in. “It’s perfection,” I muse. “Triumphant!” blurts the hubster. It seems his eagerness has not waned.

Cuisine Gourmet by Nathalie, MIGF Menu, best French restaurant KL
Pan Seared French Foie Gras, Cantaloupe Jelly, Smoked Duck, and Port
Bourillon Dorleans Vouvray, Loire Valley France 2011 will be the MIGF pairing for this dish, but as we’re getting a little preview ahead of schedule, the wine has not yet arrived so we’re assuaged with an equally well-suited Riesling instead.

Palate Cleanser

Refreshing gazpacho is turned into an icy and intriguing palate cleanser with the Tomato Gazpacho Sorbet. Made with Japanese momotaro tomatoes, the flavour is full and creamy and dawdles on the tongue and roof of the mouth before finally disappearing. It’s another detail that has stroked both of our fancies and hubby cheers, “It has wow factor.”

Cuisine Gourmet by Nathalie, MIGF Menu, best French restaurant KL
Tomato Gazpacho Sorbet
Main Course

Imported from France, is a Slow Cooked French Hake with a cushiony chicken Chorizo Crust. The flesh is exceptionally soft, while still maintaining body, and brandishes its origins with its faint salty savour. A spring green broadbean puree bases the fish, and a Parmesan cheese emulsion contributes an airy joy, puffing up on the fringe. Complementary texture is hidden in the base with a tangle of oyster mushrooms. We do hope they keep this one on the menu beyond MIGF as it will no doubt be a crowd pleaser.

Cuisine Gourmet by Nathalie, MIGF Menu, best French restaurant KL
Slow Cooked French Hake, Chorizo Crust, Broadbean Puree, Parmesan Cheese 
Rich amber in colour, distinct minerals in the nose and a savoury finish that leaves us salivating, but also begging to pair with food is presented in the next wine match, Demessey Santenay 1er Cru Beaupaire from Burgundy France 2005. The wine becomes fabulous with the fish, and is one of those textbook examples of how some food and wine are meant to be relished together. On its own the wine is richly bouqueted, but rather flat in the mouth. After a bite of fish however, it magically develops, opening up to an ambrosial mouthful.

Our journey crescendos with Shallot Crusted Veal Tenderloin, Quinoa and Wild Mushroom Risotto and Veal Jus. We’re both silent for the duration of consumption of this plate. The quietude is broken only by groans of pleasure. Our knives contend as we grapple to take the last slice. The risotto is lavishly overflowing with cream and mushrooms and topped with the ultimate surprise - what looks like a black truffle is actually a hollow shell (of wafer thin black bread) filled with plush foie gras liquid. Our breath deepens as we each take a bite and we began conjecturing that this is possibly one of the most impressive meals we’ve had in the city.

Cuisine Gourmet by Nathalie, MIGF Menu, best French restaurant KL
Shallot Crusted Veal Tenderloin, Quinoa and Wild Mushroom Risotto and Veal Jus
The long legged seductress Chateau La Bourguette, Bordeaux France 2007, expertly cuts its way through the richness of this magnificence. The sommelier is clearly a virtuoso in his art.


White and Gold Chocolate Sphere, Mango and Passion Fruit Delight with Preserved Lemon Espuma is another plate that casts a spell of hush (which if you know hubby is hard to engineer). Guttural murmurs of pleasure unfurl from our throats as we’re spellbound by the delicate balance of sweet, creamy, fruity, tangy, cold, soft and firm. A shimmer of gold glitter crowns this masterpiece with the glory it deserves and in mere seconds this sensation vanishes.

Cuisine Gourmet by Nathalie, MIGF Menu, best French restaurant KL
White and Gold Chocolate Sphere, Mango and Passion Fruit Delight with Preserved Lemon Espuma 

Rumours Muscato from Warburn Estate, Australia 2014 will be the mate for sweets when the menu officially beings October 1.


And… it wouldn’t be a dinner at Nathalie’s if there weren’t a selection of macarons!

Sleek gently domed tops are eggshell thin and crisp, but don’t crumble apart. When pressed between the lips (or fingers) the casing cracks but stays held together with the soft inner texture and plump layer of creamy, sticky filling. Black Sesame features a speckled carapace and a robust wadding of black cream. The Caramel is a salted version. Ochre in hue, with a sweet and savoury viscid centre, it puts many macarons I’ve eaten even in Paris to shame.

Cuisine Gourmet by Nathalie, MIGF Menu, best French restaurant KL
Black Sesame and Caramel Macarons
While at the beginning of the meal my lips were bubbling with vocabulary, I’m now left with few words. My locution is reduced to that of teenage superlative excitement. I echo hubby with his expressions, “Wow, fantastic, aweeesome.” This is one of the best elegant dining experiences we’ve had in Kuala Lumpur.

The Full Festival Menu is priced at RM390++ per person with wine and RM290++ without wine. A Light Menu (1 appetizer, 1 main course and desserts) is RM310++ per person with wine and RM210++ without wine.  *** Note: The wines above might not be the exact pairings during the festival. No doubt the matches will be fabulous, but we visited before the wine supply for the MIGF menu had arrived, so there might be changes.

Reasons to visit: Nathalie’s famous macarons, a magnificent line-up of modern French creations; every single dish on the MIGF menu; superb wine pairings.

Cuisine Gourmet by Nathalie
Ground Floor
Menara Tai Pan
Jalan Puncak
50250 Kuala Lumpur
+6 03 2072 4452

Open Tuesday – Saturday
Lunch: 12pm – 3pm
Dinner: 6pm – 11pm

The Japanese Restaurant, The Andaman, A Luxury Collection Resort Langkawi, Malaysia

the andaman, langkawi
The Japanese Restaurant

The Japanese Restaurant, The Andaman, A Luxury Collection Resort Langkawi

The Andaman on Datai Bay is home to one of only a few quality Japanese restaurants in Langakawi. Occupying the ground floor of the resort, the simply named, The Japanese Restaurant, is an uncomplicated setting, and the menu is mostly a traditional selection taking advantage of the fresh bounty of the Andaman Sea.

the andaman, langkawi
The Japanese Restaurant
Tatami rooms, teppanyaki counters and regular dining tables are housed in a classic Japanese style interior. Grey slate tiles the floor. Textured cement and wooden panels cover the walls, and rectangular lanterns hang from the ceiling furnishing a warm glow. Japanese folk music jingles in the background.

While the beverage assortment is wide, including an array of wines from around the world, spirits, beers, cocktails and liqueurs, we think a traditional beginning is the way to go. Hot Sake (RM30 150ml), from the Nihonsakari brewery is the recommended start. It sports that distinctive fermented rice aroma, is round in the mouth with a medium finish. Later on we note that it is at its best when hot. Once let reach room temperature it’s not as enticing as it is with a higher heat.

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Hot Sake
Many pages make up the menu and I’m delighted to find, at the very end, a Healthy set meal (RM75) option, which is basically five courses of vegetarian Japanese cuisine. Hubby orders separately from the a la carte menu, but our waitress is smart is encouraging him to order the same number of dishes as myself and has them served simultaneously.

Ocean Vegetable Salad and crispy beetroot noodles with miso dressing starts my nutritious line-up. There aren’t really any noodles. Instead the vegetables are very finely shredded into long strings resembling their namesake. Mixed garden greens fill the bowl and the dressing is delicious. It’s a pure, crisp start – most welcome.

Japanese restaurant, the andaman
Ocean Vegetable Salad
From the Langkawi Sashimi Treasures selection hubby has ordered the Tuba Island Barracuda (4 pieces RM29), and from the Premium Chilled Seafood Sashimi section, the Chilled Norwegian Salmon (4 pieces, RM25). Both are extremely fresh - the pink fillet slightly buttery and the white fish clean and soft.

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Tuba Island Barracuda Sashimi
langkawi Japanese cuisine
Chilled Norwegian Salmon Sashimi
Ricotta, avocado and smoked heirloom tomato rolled sushi are three pieces of vegetarian rice rolls. There’s a miso dressing drawn around the plate, which adds to presentation but also provides an extra oomph of flavour. Avocado and ricotta are rich and creamy in the middle and the dried tomato strips on top add a hint of savoury. A tiny drop of wasabi enhances the bites into something truly memorable.

The Andaman, langkawi
Vegetarian Sushi
Hubby’s Samurai Maki Sushi (6 pieces RM40) is rolled with deep-fried soft-shelled crab and drizzled with a sweet soy sauce. It has obviously been just rolled, as the crab is crisp and the rice moist. The lightly sweet sauce plays an important part in balancing the flavours. Hubby is happy.

the andaman, langkawi
Samurai Maki Sushi 
Zaru Somen are often eaten in the summer in Japan and so match the warm climate here perfectly. Thin white wheat noodles are so soft and slippery they slide through my chopsticks. The dashi sake dipping broth is light, sweet and refreshing.

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Zaru Somen 
Hubby’s hot appetizer, Tenderloin Toban Yaki (RM38), is served with smoked miso eggplant and amazu yuzu. The meat is divinely tender, and the seasoning a harmony of salty and sweet. A halved bell shaped eggplant is criss-cross cut allowing us to pull cubes out one at a time. A dense miso paste is zig-zagged across the top and is suitably toothsome.

japanese restaurant, the andaman, langkawi
Tenderloin Toban Yaki
My main is Teppanyaki Silken Tofu with an Asian Green Garden. It seems the mound of veggies that base the dish have been done on the teppan grill, but the four rectangles of tofu that crown the top have been prepared tempura style. They’re tasty, but not what I was expecting from the healthy menu. Vegetarian yes. Healthy maybe. That said, it doesn’t change the fact that it is indeed a flavourful dish.

the andaman
Teppanyaki Silken Tofu 
Pan-fried Snapper with herb butter and soya sauce (RM40) is hubby’s main. It’s flaky, moist and the sauce is luscious. In hubby’s words, “It’s fresh and tasty,” and he enjoyed it with a good squeeze of lime on top.

Japanese restaurants Langkawi
Pan-fried Snapper 
The vegetarian set comes with Yokan, chilled red bean jelly with coconut ice cream, for dessert. I’m not fond of jelly so switch it with a Yuzu Sherbet. The Japanese citrus fruit forms a refreshing sorbet. I’m glad I was able to swap, as it’s a tart clean ending.

the andaman
Yuzu Sherbet 
Hubby has ordered the Shiratama Zenzai (RM12), which is pumpkin mochi (glutinous rice dumplings) and sweet adzuki (red bean) paste. Green tea ice cream adds another layer of texture and a chilled change of temperature. Yum.

Japanese restaurants Langkawi
Shiratama Zenzai 
Food has been great, service amiable, and the environment relaxed. Would we return? Yes!

Reasons to visit: friendly service; super fresh ingredients; a good variety of options; extensive drinks list; Pan Fried Snapper; Tenderloin Toban Yaki; Tuba Island Barracuda Sashimi; Vegetarian Sushi.

The Japanese Restaurant
The Andaman
A Luxury Collection Resort Langkawi
Jalan Teluk Datai
07000 Malaysia
+6 04 959 1088

Open 7pm -11pm

Monday, 29 September 2014

The Danna Langkawi, Resort and Spa, Malaysia

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The Danna Langkawi

The Danna, Langkawi
“A Legacy of Luxury”

The tip of Telaga Harbour is home to the beautiful Danna. Majestic colonial architecture stands proud and milky white between verdant tropical slopes and the unblemished foreshore. While the structures are characteristic of the British colonies before independence, the vibe is Mediterranean thanks to the harbour and seaside location.

The Danna Langkawi, Resort and Spa, Malaysia
Beach at the Danna
The Danna Langkawi, Resort and Spa, Malaysia
Shaded Seating at the Beach
The Danna Langkawi, Resort and Spa, Malaysia
Beach Chairs
A marina town in the French Riviera inspired the design of Telaga Harbour. Lined with cafes, restaurants and art stores on one side, and souvenir shops, a bank, a fast food outlet and a bakery on the other, guests of The Danna have quick admittance to a range of facilities outside of the hotel if they so desire. Just over 10 kilometres from the international airport and main tourist beach Pantai Cenang, The Danna Langkawi is close enough to the hive of activity to be conveniently accessible, yet far enough removed, constructing a haven of calm and luxury on one of Malaysia’s most popular islands.

The Danna Langkawi, Resort and Spa, Malaysia
Whatever your desires, romance, recreation or relaxation, The Danna Langkawi summons guests to luxuriate in their chosen pleasures, while cared for and lodged in the arms of the beautiful property.

The Danna Langkawi, Resort and Spa, Malaysia
A VIP transfer, stocked with scented refresher towels and bottled water, from the airport is a smooth start. Lime, clove and apple juice as a welcome drink, and a mini neck and shoulder massage, further ease us into island life. We’ve only just arrived and we already feel cared for.

The Danna Langkawi, Resort and Spa, Malaysia
A Warm Welcome
The first thing that strikes us as we’re escorted to our room is the grandness of the building. Wide hallways, double story ceilings in common areas enclosed with glass panels, and grand arches gift a princely lavishness. It’s distinctively colonial in design, but the space seems bolder, bigger, more palatial, than other properties assembling the same theme.

The Danna Langkawi, Resort and Spa, Malaysia
Hallway to Rooms

Just a little larger than a boutique hotel with 125 rooms, The Danna provides personalized service and an intimate island retreat. All lodgings take full advantage of the magical tropics and seaside location with floor-to-ceiling glass panels and a private balcony in each.

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View from Seaview Room
Expected amenities of a five star hotel are all provided: mini bar; tea and coffee making facilities; safe; LCD television; DVD player; premium toiletries; powerful hair dryer and complimentary Wi-Fi. The choice really is in the size of the room and the view you desire. Ranging from 60sqm to 110sqm of living area, vistas of the hillside, courtyard, marina and sea are all options, with ocean panoramas predictably being the most popular.

The Danna Langkawi, Resort and Spa, Malaysia
From the Our Daybed in the Viceroy Seaview Room
Our Viceroy Seaview Room ensures a restful sleep with custom-designed pillow-top mattress on the four-poster king-size bed, and oversized pillows and duvet. It can also be made up into two single beds. Lush fabrics upholster the daybed and curtains, and cushions in deep maroons add rich colour to the fairly neutral base.

The Danna Langkawi, Resort and Spa, Malaysia
Viceroy Seaview Room
Twin sinks with old school taps, rainfall shower and bathtub compose the bathroom, which can be opened up giving the appearance of more space or closed creating privacy. Marble walls, floors and vanities are finished with rich warm woods continuing the British colonial theme.

The Danna Langkawi, Resort and Spa, Malaysia
The Danna Langkawi, Resort and Spa, Malaysia
French Connection Bath Products
It’s the balcony however, upon which we spend most of our time. The 180 degree postcard-perfect canvas is filled with a sumptuous array of blues of greens. With sliding doors open, we capture ocean drafts and rely on the natural air circulated by the ceiling fan rather than that of the artificial air conditioning. It’s such a pleasant change from the city.

The Danna Langkawi, Resort and Spa, Malaysia
Seaview Room View
Food and Beverage

Two restaurants and two bars provide sufficient all day dining options for both in-house and visiting guests. As mentioned earlier, those staying for longer periods wanting more variety need only walk next door the marina to find Russian, Spanish, Chinese, Malay and a host of other alternatives.

The Danna Langkawi, Resort and Spa, Malaysia
Shady Outdoor Seating
Colonialism is clearly seen in the design of the The Planter’s with its pale walls, tall ceilings, contrasting dark wooden furniture and white linened tables. With an outlook over the swimming pool and further beyond to the sea, this outlet serves a variety of European, Mediterranean and local cuisine in both air-conditioned comfort or al fresco dining. This is where breakfast is taken, which we declare of good standard.

The Danna Langkawi, Resort and Spa, Malaysia
The Planter's
A buffet of local and international favourites is supported by an a la carte menu. Hubby’s happy with the pancakes and orders them both mornings. The staff are only too happy to oblige my requests and I get poached eggs with spinach, mushrooms and grilled tomatoes atop wholegrain bread just as ordered. For those who like to luxuriate in a morning tipple on holidays, there’s even sparkling wine to get the day off to a truly bubbly start.

The Danna Langkawi, Resort and Spa, Malaysia
Private dining escapades, such as a romantic fine dinner on the beach or exclusive barbecue can be arranged through The Planter’s with a day’s notice. We spend an idyllic evening with our toes in the sand, sipping bubbly and being served by our personal butler. Read about it here.Tiffin Dinner is another signature moment proposed by The Danna and too can you find our account of the journey via this link.

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Sunset Beach Dinner
The Danna Langkawi
Bubbly Sunset Private Beach Dinner
Also overlooking the pool and sharing some of the colonial interior design of The Planter’s, Straits and Co. offers British-Malayan cuisine, with the tradition of afternoon tea being an island favourite. Peranakan floor tiles and ceramic vases remind of times long past, but professional and graceful service has been carried over to the present. We partake in the afternoon ritual and enjoy a couple of lunches here too. Read about our experience via this link.
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Lunch at Straits and Co.
The Verandah lounge is a distinguished spot for pre or post dinner beverages. Towering windows with long luxurious drapes to match, lofty ceilings, giant pillars and grand chandeliers embrace the space with a stately air. Studded leather lounges and armchairs are fitting locations for a whiskey or fine cigar. Live music entertains guests six nights a week.

The Danna Langkawi, Resort and Spa, Malaysia
Table for Two - The Verandah
The Danna Langkawi, Resort and Spa, Malaysia
The Verandah
Making the most of the warm island weather and gentle ocean breezes, Pool Café offers both local and European snacks and drinks at the beach and around the pool. Sunset is a great time to arrive to benefit from the Happy Hour specials from 5 – 7pm.

The Danna Langkawi, Resort and Spa, Malaysia
Pool Bar and Cafe
The Danna Langkawi, Resort and Spa, Malaysia
Poolside Table

An enormous (in fact it’s said to be the biggest on the island), three tiered, infinity-edged pool is the highlight of the common area. Boasting a huge 51.2 x 15m area, it’s a spectacular bond between hotel and shore. A seat in or by the water promises an outlook over the beach and ocean. Dotted with deckchairs and white umbrellas, it’s a popular place to lounge, cocktail in hand, soaking up Langkawi’s sultry rays. A bubbly back massage in the Jacuzzi siding the main pond is one of our favoured activities, as is a splash in the children’s pool for the few youngsters at the resort.

The Danna Langkawi, Resort and Spa, Malaysia
One of the Biggest Pools in Langkawi
The Danna fitness centre keeps bikini and board short bodies in shape with a solid range of cardio machines and free weights. Bordered by three glass walls the views are inspiring, motivating even the least energetic to work up a sweat. Towels, water and fruit show the attention to detail that goes along with the rest of the resort.

The Danna Langkawi, Resort and Spa, Malaysia
For more indoor fun, especially useful in the hotter midday hours, the Games Room is a good backup. Furnished with an 8-foot snooker table and a collection of popular board games, it serves as adept entertainment in inclement weather. The Library saves a bit of baggage allowance with a shelf of books and local newspapers, and has a dream worthy spot at the front with tall windows overlooking the pool and sea.

The Danna Langkawi, Resort and Spa, Malaysia
Games Room
The Danna Langkawi, Resort and Spa, Malaysia
The Library
Giving parents a break and children some amusement, The Danna Kids Club provides supervision in a play room, games room and movie room from midday until 8pm. What’s more, it’s free for children aged between four and twelve years.

The Danna Langkawi, Resort and Spa, Malaysia
Kids' Club
The Danna Spa benefits from its elevation on the top floor, gifting visitors with views of the marina and lush green hills. Reservations are a must for the seven single and two couples rooms. We indulge in a few treatments. Read about what we recommend here.
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The Danna Spa
As is often the case with wonderful experiences, time passes too quickly and before we know it, it’s time to say goodbye.

Reasons to visit: stunning location; warm hearted service; good food and beverage options; not far from the airport; easy access to Telaga Harbour shops, dining and entertainment; beautiful ocean views.

The Danna, Langkawi
Telaga Harbour Park Pantai Kok
07000 Langkawi
+6 04 959 3288