Set against a wilderness backdrop of primordial mountains, the pristine 10 million-year-old rainforest is home to a wealth of flora and fauna: you may well spot Dusky langurs, Great hornbills and Sunda colugos during your stay.
Set against a wilderness backdrop of primordial mountains, the pristine 10 million-year-old rainforest is home to a wealth of flora and fauna: you may well spot Dusky langur, Tokay gecko and Sunda colugo during your stay.
The design of this unique open-air building is inspired by a tribal bamboo longhouse. There is a library full of references to the natural world of Langkawi and Malaysia, a lounge for guests to sit and listen to stories from the wild by Resident Naturalist, Irshad Mobarak, and team.
Irshad Mobarak has been a keen naturalist since childhood. Inspired by the lives and deeds of pioneer naturalists and explorers, Irshad left a banking career and has, since then, devoted his life to helping ordinary people unlock the mysteries of the natural world.
The natural wonders that live and thrive in The Datai Langkawi’s unique ‘back garden’ never cease to amaze guests who have been fortunate enough to experience our 10 million-year-old rainforest and the beautiful Andaman Sea for themselves. Why not click on one of these links below to have your own encounters with the stars of our unique Datai Diaries.