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Temple Tree at Bon Ton, Langkawi, Malaysia

Temple Tree at Bon Ton, Langkawi, Malaysia

Pantai Cenang

Antique buildings of Chinese, Malay, Indian and Eurasian origin, make up this 8 villa hotel. Under phase 1, 8 rooms & 6 suites are now open. For Malaysia this is a new concept of hotel where the villas can be rented as one, or as individual hotel rooms. Each building has, over its 70-110 yr old history, created its own heart and soul. Hopefully we have given due respect to each of these family homes with the restoration process. These houses are now the continuing story of people who live in them, our guests.

The project was conceptualized by the owner to be able to extend her other passion project, Langkawi Animal Shelter and Sanctuary Foundation (LASSie). A percentage of all profits go direct to LASSie, for the foundation to be able to continue its work on the island with stray animals.

Temple Tree at Bon Ton, Langkawi, Malaysia

Viewed from the 110 ft pool, this house is magnificent. Built by a Chinese family in Batu Pahat, Johor and located close to Singapore, this house has been relocated from the furthest distance.

This was originally a farmhouse and built approximately 100 yrs ago. Some of the design is thought to have Read More...

Originally situated next to busy Guerney drive in Penang. This house was built in the early 1930s by a Chinese contractor and was very typical of its time.

The original exterior colour has been kept as with the two entrances. The front section is now one suite with one bedroom, living room and Read More...

This beautiful Malay House was built in the ‘40s in Mantin in the state of Negri Sembilan, south of Kuala Lumpur.

It’s a complete house with a living / dining area, and a great outdoor porch, perfect for writing that book. A huge bedroom with wooden bathtub, separate bathroom Read More...

This very large stately house came from Georgetown , Penang. Built by Arabs in the ‘20s who were goldsmith traders. They would have been rich and had a western style which shows with the architectural touches such as the cornices, floor tiles and fishscale design canopy over the porch.

It is now


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