• Press & Review

    Forest Trump

    February 2003 By Steven Cole The brigadier's eyebrows went up and a smile crept across his face when I told him I was thinking of visiting the Langkawi archipelago, a group of more than 100 mainly uninhabited islands off the north western coast of the Malaysian peninsula.

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    Banking on Eco Tourism

    Wednesday 14th March 2001 The Sun Daily - By Ian McIntyre Nature is not just a catch word conjured up when it comes to, Mutiara Burau Bay Resort; it is an all‑out effort to showcase the often overlook gift from Mother Nature.

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    Love is in the air

    The rainforest of Langkawi is slightly different to the rainforest on most of Mainland Malaysia. This is because here on Langkawi we go through a distinct dry season that usually starts in the beginning or the middle of the month of December.

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    The Magnificent Great Hornbills

    Peering through my monocular, I can see its eyes are red a sure indicator that it’s a male and on the branch above it his mate for life the female with her yellow eyes and slighter built. (having to see a bird through a binocular or monocular makes for a whole lot of difference.) For this is the only way…

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    Forest Hideaway

    What makes the Datai truly outstanding is the way it integrates into the surrounding forest. Full marks to the architects who through a wise choice of building materials and elegant tropical styles have magically blended the manmade with nature.

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    Jungle Odyssey

    14 May 2000 - by: Lucinda Bredin. Daily mail UK. There’s much more to Langkawi than duty-free shopping, discover Lucinda Bredin and family, here on a recent holiday from England. My elder son was halfway along a plank when our guide dropped the bombshell: 'Don't fall in,' he said.