UNESCO Geopark surroundings, tropical beaches, labyrinthine mangroves, vibrant rainforests – and award-winning golf? Thanks to the recent launch of its second championship 18-hole golf course – the multi-award winning Els Club Teluk Datai – Langkawi is rapidly emerging as one of Southeast Asia’s top golfing destinations. With the launch of its Golf Package, Four Seasons Resort Langkawi is going all out to ensure its guests always make the cut.
Designed to indulge golf enthusiasts both on and off the course, the Golf Package includes three nights luxury accommodation for the price of two nights, daily breakfast and lunch or dinner, a round at the The Els Club Teluk Datai (named “The World’s Best New Golf Course” and “Best New Golf Course in Asia” at the inaugural World Golf Awards 2014), plus an indulgent traditional 60-minute Urut Melayu massage at the Geo Spa. The package is for two people and includes return airport and golf course transfers. This package is available from now until December 23, 2015 and seasonal rates start from MYR 6,412 (USD 1,761), subject to 10 percent service charge.
From Resort to tee in 30 minutes or under, Four Seasons Resort Langkawi is within a 30-minute drive of two superb 18-hole courses:
The Els Club Teluk Datai – 30 minutes from the Resort
- Designed by golf legend Ernie Els, The Els Club Teluk Datai is a sight to behold and an experience to play. The world-class 18-hole, par-72, 6750-yard championship course weaves through ancient rainforest towards the marbled peaks of the Mat Cincang mountain range and the turquoise waters of the Andaman Sea. Designed as a tribute to nature, the course is free of traditional bunkers; instead, the indigenous flora and meandering streams create magnificent natural hazards.
Gunung Raya Golf Course – 15 minutes from the Resort
- Sensationally scenic, this international-standard 18-hole course – designed by renowned American golf architect Max Wexler – is located at the foothills of Gunung Raya, Langkawi’s highest mountain. Lavishly laid out acrss 300 acres of former rubber plantation, the rolling greens and impeccable fairways are contoured with sand traps and water hazards for an exhilarating round.