Shangri-La’s Rasa Sayang Resort & Spa | Malaysia | If Only

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Shangri-La's Rasa Sayang Resort & Spa has a sense of history, place and tradition. With it's distinctive Minangkabau architecture and houses artefacts of Malaysian culture.


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At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 5 Star Deluxe
  • 304



Earth tones, a citrus palette and hues of blue bring beauty of nature into each room, giving them a fresh and spacious ambience. Staying in the Garden Wing, guests can select either a Deluxe Garden View Room, a Deluxe Seaview Room or a Superior Room. Deluxe and Executive Family Rooms are also available, which offer a little extra room – ideal if travelling with children.

Upgrade to the spacious sized Rasa Wing Rasa Premier Rooms, and have exclusive access to the wing’s lounge where afternoon tea and evening cocktails are served, as well as a whole host of other privileges.



The Feringgi Grill, a contemporary Western-style restaurant in the Rasa Wing, makes the most of its beachside location and offers a range of delicious cuisines, The Spice Market Café in the Garden Wing pays delicious homage to Penang’s heritage as a culinary crossroads and historic centre of trade in spices and exotic herbs.

Whether on the beach or by the pool, a refreshing cocktail, cooling drink or light snack is never far away. In the evenings, join fellow guests at the lively Feringgi Bar. For more dining options, guests can dine at any of the restaurants at the sister property next door, Golden Sands Resort.


Plan a tropical adventure on a guided jungle walk, relax by the swimming pool, play a game of pitch and putt at the Par 3 golf course or head to the sea for some diving or a selection of water sports, there's something to keep everyone entertained all day.



In a secluded corner enclosed by soaring centuries-old rain trees and beside the tranquil seashore, CHI, The Spa, offers 11 spa villas and a yoga pavilion. Decorated in distinctive CHI style, the spa design also incorporates indigenous Malay and Peranakan influences in its rich timber flooring and stone walls.

The spa menu includes a large selection Chinese and Malay treatments to help guests relax and unwind.

Getting There

Arrival Airport

Penang International Airport


Approximately 45 minutes from Penang International Airport


As a general rule, it's warm and humid most of the time with an average year-round temperature of 28°C. In February and early March, things heat up and there's usually cloudless blue skies and very little rain. Pangkor Island is shielded by Sumatra, so the weather is pretty much the same throughout the year.