Shangri-La Rasa Sayang Resort and Spa, Penang, Malaysia
The Shangri-La's Rasa Sayang Resort & Spa is an exclusive luxury resort set amidst 30 acres of landscaped gardens along Penang's Batu Ferringhi bay. Families will love the kids pool and The Adventure Zone, a huge indoor entertainment centre complete with play areas and game zones. For adults, the hotel has a 9 hole golf course, an adults only pool and CHI The Spa. If you want to explore further afield, the hotel is within easy reach of Penang's attractions.
Location: Batu Ferringhi Beach.
Board Basis: Bed & Breakfast.
Transfer: approx. 45 minutes from Penang Airport.
2 Swimming pools & kids pool
Par 3 executive golf course
CHI The Spa
Health club with sauna, steam & Hydropool
Adventure Zone family entertainment centre at sister hotel Golden Sands by Shangri-La next door
Free scheduled shuttle bus to George Town.
Deluxe Rooms in the garden wing have one king or twin beds, bath and walk-in shower, air conditioning, minibar, TV, telephone, safe, hairdryer, free internet access, tea & coffee making facilities and balcony.Room and Board Upgrades
Deluxe Seaview Rooms are located on the top floors.
Rasa Hillview Rooms have inland views.
Rasa Deluxe Rooms are more spacious with views of the gardens and the pool.
Rasa Premier Rooms are larger and more luxurious, have DVD/CD player, lounge area, oversized bathroom, bathtub on the balcony with a selection of luxury bath treatments and views of the gardens and the sea.
All Rasa Rooms are located in the Rasa Wing and include breakfast in the Feringgi Grill, private club lounge facilities with complimentary afternoon tea from 15.00-16.00 hrs and selected alcoholic beverages and canapes from 18.00-19.00 hrs. Complimetary tea, coffee, soft drinks and juices are available throughout the day.
A minimum stay of 5 nights applies to stays 24 Dec-03 Jan.
Penang hotels lie in the bustling colonial town of Penang, the oldest British settlement in Malaysia. The hotels in Penang may be modern, but the streets are steeped in history, and the capital Georgetown is full of quaint colonial buildings contrasted with vast shopping malls. Many of the hotels in Penang look out over the palm-fringed beaches, for snorkelling and stretching out on the sand, but the more adventurous can explore the jungles and paddy fields nearby, or hit the pubs and all-night coffee houses after-hours. Linked to the mainland by the world's third longest bridge, Penang holidays offer a unique taste of Asia's colonial past, with a modern Malaysian flavour.