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. There is also a Tea Corner serving specially curated teas, designed by Dr Ghani, the island's traditional Malay medicine guru, using herbs and spices from plants native to the rainforest. These concoctions are not only delicious, but good for one's health.
An outdoor pavilion leads to a nature trail taking you on a journey through three different habitats, which culminates at the top of an emerging Strangling fig tree.
Hours of operation: 09.00-18.00 (activities may occur beyond these hours)