The Tanjong Jara Resort is located on the East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia, between Kuala Terengganu in the North and Kuantan in the South.
The resort is a paradise, with lush gardens and stunning architecture and design.
Tanjong Jara Resort:
“Discover how Malay kings once crafted their palaces. Fronted by an emerald sea glittering with diamonds of light, shaded by tall palms rustling in the breeze, attended to by a people steeped in traditions as timeless as the land.
Located on the East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia, Tanjong Jara Resort is a sanctuary of luxury and well-being steeped in age-old Malay traditions. Designed to reflect the elegance and grandeur of 17th century Malay palaces, Tanjong Jara is a 99-room resort with an authentic taste of the region’s spirit and an enduring embodiment of the gentle Malay art of service and hospitality.
The philosophy of the Resort is as unique as the Resort itself. Based on the Malay concept of Sucimurni, which emphasises purity of spirit, health and well-being, Tanjong Jara encourages true rejuvenation of both body and spirit.
Tanjong Jara is an opportunity to withdraw from the pressures of this ever-changing world by offering you a chance to immerse yourself in a place of serenity and beauty. Authentic in architecture and attitude, always warm and welcoming, it is an environment to let go, to relax deeply and take time to rediscover yourself, your family or your friends; all this whilst staff members drawn from the local villages truly live the age old legacy of Malaysian warmth and hospitality.
At Tanjong Jara you can choose from a wide variety of possible experiences – lazy and languid, energetic and outdoors, indulgent and regenerative, cultural and enlightening – it is your choice whether you fold them into a single visit, or you craft each visit differently to meet your needs.”
Photos courtesy of Tanjong Jara Resort
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Tanjong Jara Resort is located at Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu, Malaysia. It is not in Kuala Lumpur (there are neither sea nor beaches in Kuala Lumpur).
Thanks for pointing that out. Post updated.