Recreation and Entertainment
Guest Services | Recreation & Entertainment
Taking full advantage of The Andaman’s magnificent locale, to the myriad of activities on offer are designed to expose guests to all of the beauty and wonder of the area through guided nature walks, non-motorised water sports, golf, jogging, biking, and unforgettable tours of the island’s not-to-be-missed destinations. We encourage all of our guests to unwind while at The Andaman, and suggest a visit to our Eastern-inspired V Botanical Spa or V Salon for total rejuvenation.
Beach & Water Sports
The hotel offers a range of non-motorised water activities, including:
- Single kayak MYR33 per hour; Double kayak: MYR44 per hour
- Stand Up Paddle Board: MYR77 per hour
- Windsurfing: MYR66 per hour
- G-Cat MYR88 per hour; Hobie Cat boats: MYR88 per hour
Bookings can be made at Water Sport Center, open from 9am to 5pm. Body board and snorkeling gear are complimentary.
Explore the secrets of great Malay cuisine and the precision preparation of Sushi with out exclusive Rainforest Cooking Classes. These fun and interactive lessons take place outside our kitchen team delights in sharing their knowledge.
The Andaman embarked on a Coral Conservation project after discovering a 8,000 year old coral reef in its shores that was badly damaged by the 2004 Tsunami. Since then, the resort conducts monthly Coral Clearing activities and takes guests on educational Coral Walks to learn about this fragile ecosystem, and The Andaman has build a Coral Nursery in efforts to rescue and rehabilitate Corals.
Els Club Teluk Datai
A mere four minutes from the resort, Els Club Teluk Datai is one of the world’s Top 100 most captivating golf courses as voted by Golf Digest, and was designed by four-time major winner and former world champion Ernie Els. Troon Golf—the renowned operator of some of the world’s most legendary golf courses, including those at the iconic Turnberry, a Luxury Collection Resort, Scotland—hails Els Club Teluk Datai as Southeast Asia’s most exotic golf experience.
Set in a pristine rainforest, believed to be at least 10 million years old, The Andaman is blessed with an abundance of plant-life and wildlife. The lush foliage around the hotel is home to some of the most fascinating animals including the great hornbill, the dusky leaf monkey, the rare colugo (flying lemur of South East Asia), macaques, lizards and geckos, a wide variety of birds and over 300 species of butterflies.
Choose between the easy 1.5km jog along the low waterline of Datai Bay or the 6km run along the golf course and the cost to Langkawi Falls, just a short distance from Temurun Waterfalls.
Image credit to Sheraton Somabay Resort Hurghada
Rainforest Swimming Pool
The Andaman's lagoon-style swimming pool is conveniently located alongside the beach. Soaring rainforest trees, a waterslide for the young and young at heart and the ever-popular wading section for toddlers work in symphony to provide an unforgettable poolside experience. Our Pool Concierge is committed to keeping you happy and refreshed throughout the day.
Young Explorers' Club
At The Andaman, we don't forget about our Wee-IP's!
While parents relax, children are provided with their own personalized adventures at the Young Explorer's Club. Under the supervision of our trained ambassadors, little ones are invited to participate in educational excursions that revolve around nature and exploration. This facility is located on the Ground Level adjacent to The Restaurant.
Hear from our guests about their stay from 362 verified guest reviews
85%of our guests
recommend this hotel
My first time in the Andaman Langkawi and can't wait to go back! We were a family of 6 (4 kids) and had the best of relaxing by the beach/ pool as well as exploring the 600m year old rainforest. Monkeys and birds onsite was fun, though took a while for some of the kids to get used to the geckos and ants around!.
So many positives but some unique features:
- staff v helpful and I especially liked the novel way to also communicate with Conceirge/ Front desk via whatsapp when busy or outside the hotel
- wide range of food options. The full board option definitely value for money - make sure you reserve the various restaurants in advance (we left Jala to the last night and well worth the wait).
- lots of activities onsite for kids/ adults eg pool, beach, guided tours, coral viewing
Areas to improve which would have been the icing on the cake:
- transport to town is very expensive (taxis/ private). Hotel should run more shuttles and that would also help local trade
- not all the food was halal. And wasn't labelled as such either. Fortunately we asked the chefs who advised straight away.