Located on the East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia, Tanjong Jara Resort is a luxurious resort set on 17 hectares facing the South China Sea, and is steeped in age-old Malay traditions. Designed to reflect the elegance of 17th-century palaces, it offers impeccable service and gives guests the opportunity to completely escape their daily lives. Relax in the charming spa, discover local history and traditions, or simply spend time with loved ones – the choice is yours.
The philosophy of Tanjong Jara Resort emphasises the Malay concept of Sucimurni - purity of spirit, health and well-being - and the resort’s Spa Village is the perfect venue for this. Housing gardens and ponds, the therapy centre offers treatments for relaxation, reinvigoration and stress relief, based on traditional healing methods. The ideal way for every guest to recharge their batteries!
Guests at Tanjong Jara Resort can play on any of the three golf courses situated within an hour's drive of the resort - Tasik Puteri Golf Course, known for its stunning scenery; Ibai Golf Club, set on lush greens; and the 18-hole Desa Golf Club in Dungun, which is only a 15-minute drive away.
With a total of 99 rooms and suites, Tanjong Jara Resort offers a piece of paradise to every guest. Spacious accommodation includes rooms with views of the tropical gardens or the sea and amenities such as sunken baths in private courtyards and elegant verandas. The luxurious Anjung Suite rests above the river flowing through the resort.
Culture is an integral part of the Tanjong Jara Resort experience, and includes the unique cooking school at the resort. Guests can enjoy lessons to introduce them to Malay, Chinese and Indian cuisine, or just relax in the sun or take a cruise. There are also opportunities to trek through the jungle, cycle through village paths or dive and snorkel amidst the reefs offTenggol Island.
Guests at Tanjong Jara Resort are welcomed with a traditional Roselle drink, made from Hibiscus extract flowers, while the cuisine on offer is served in a variety of beautiful settings. Guests can gaze out to sea and enjoy a light meal at the Nelayan, enjoy cocktails and private dining under the palms at Teratai Terrace, or sample authentic Malaysian cuisine overlooking the river at Di Atas Sungei.
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