Time Out Malaysia Eating and Drinking Guide - - EATING -

What a priv­i­lege it is to call The Westin Langkawi your pied-à-terre for the week­end! Spread out over 104 acres of sprawl­ing seafac­ing grounds, the five-star ho­tel is a quick car ride from Langkawi In­ter­na­tional Air­port. Tourists who wish to bring home phys­i­cal me­men­tos can visit the nearby shop­ping district of Kuah Town, if they find it within them­selves to ac­tu­ally leave The Westin’s im­mac­u­late grounds.

Where ac­tiv­i­ties are con­cerned, The Westin Langkawi is an ex­cit­ing hub for sports and leisure. There isn’t just one or two, but four pools in to­tal: an in­fin­ity pool, the Ocean Rock pool, a kiddy pool and a spa pool. Make a splash with other marine ac­tiv­i­ties such as kayak­ing, ca­noe­ing and cruis­ing in a cata­ma­ran.

After a ful­fill­ing day of fun un­der the sun, have the best sleep of your life in the trade­mark Heav­enly® Bed, which was cre­ated spe­cially for the ho­tel group. Make your­self at home in one of the 202 rooms and suites, which in­clude 20 Ocean-View Pool Vil­las. How of­ten does one get to bask in the sun in to­tal pri­vacy while en­joy­ing un­ob­structed views of the ocean?

Rise and shine with The Westin’s Su­perFood­sRx break­fast at Sea­sonal Tastes, an all-day din­ing restau­rant that also sets up pool­side bar­be­cues and cul­tural per­for­mances. As the sun sets, shimmy over to Breeze, where sig­na­ture mar­ti­nis are the or­der of the day.

It’s only nat­u­ral to take a stand for The Westin after ex­pe­ri­enc­ing and liv­ing in ac­cor­dance with its six pil­lars of well­ness: feel well, work well, move well, eat well, sleep well and play well. Eat­ing & Drink­ing 2017

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