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Project of the week: Angsana Teluk Bahang Penang luxury retreat in Malaysia

by | 23 Mar 2020 | Projects

A preview of the elegant Angsana Teluk Bahang Penang. (Picture: Angsana)

The historic town of Penang in Malaysia will soon be home to the Angsana Teluk Bahang Penang luxury retreat, a new seaside luxury resort.

By Q2 2020, the luxurious Angsana Teluk Bahang, Penang will open in Penang, Malaysia and bring an exciting new stay experience to the market.

We find out more about this stunning new property and what guests can expect there.

A gateway to historic Penang

Nearby the UNESCO Heritage Site of Penang a new kind of destination is in the making. The Angsana Teluk Bahang, Penang will sit in a prime ocean front location and offer guests the best of lifestyle luxury and relaxation.

It is the first beach resort in Malaysia to be branded and managed by the famous Banyan Tree group and will feature 250 rooms and suites overlooking the serene blue waters of the Andaman Sea.

A culinary destination in the making

Guests and visitors will be well-cared for at the new Angsana Teluk Bahang and find something to satisfy nearly every type of food craving one could imagine.

Five dining venues will offer a variety of local and international cuisine served in relaxed and familiar or elegant and refined settings.

Whether it’s for an envigorating breakfast, a quick business lunch, a wholesome snack, a family dinner or a night cap, the hotel’s F&B offering can make it happen.

Top-notch facilities for every need

Apart from providing guests with beautiful rooms and suites, the new Angsana property also offers a host of state-of-the-art facilities.

Given the brand’s nature, the wellness centre takes centre stage. Within the wellness centre guests will find the Angsana Spa where one can enjoy relaxing aromatherapy treatments that pamper the mind a body and will leave even the stressed corporate type feeling relaxed and rejuvenated.

The gym, also located in the wellness centre, is fully equipped with the latest in weight machines, free weights and everything else guests need to have a successful workout.

Families staying at the hotel can avail of the Ranger’s Club, the resort’s children’s club where trained professionals watch over the young guests and engage them with educational, age-appropriate activities.

Finally, the hotel’s 450-sqm ballroom is perfect for hosting receptions, wedding parties, meetings and formal dinners.


Angsana is a hotel brand that caters to the modern traveller seeking style and authenticity.

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