Seize the Opportunity to Own an Idyllic Seafront Serviced Suites with High Rental Yield

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The stunning beaches, natural architecture & landscape, diverse culture and history, makes Langkawi a wonderful destination to break away from the hustle & bustle of city life. 

Following the reopening of Malaysia’s border, the government has announced many high-impact events to boost visitor arrivals to Langkawi, including The Ironman Malaysia Langkawi, Le Tour de Langkawi, and Asean International Course on UNESCO Geopark, as well as new attractions such as Splash Out, Perdana Quay Eco Marine Park, and MAHA Tower. 

All these present a fantastic investment opportunity for property owners in Langkawi, as many visitors will need accommodation while touring the island. 

A Beautiful Tropical Paradise 

Dubbed the “Jewel of Kedah” by locals, Langkawi was recognised as the first Geopark in Southeast Asia and is the only UNESCO Geopark in Malaysia. Some of the most famous pristine beaches that will surely take your breath away are: 

  • Cenang Beach 

Cenang Beach (Pantai Cenang) is one of the most popular and crowded Langkawi attractions, with various hotels and resorts. A mere 10-minute drive from the Langkawi International Airport, it provides thrilling water sports activities such as parasailing, jet skiing, water skiing, speed boat joyrides, kayaking, banana boating, snorkelling, and many more. 

Some of the most notable attractions accessible from the main road of Jalan Pantai Cenang are Cenang Beach, Underwater World, and Cenang Mall. There are also numerous restaurants and cafes, quaint souvenir shops, and duty-free shops along this scenic beach, making it a must-visit hotspot for both local and foreign tourists.  

  • Pantai Tengah 

Pantai Tengah begins from the Underwater World at the southern end of Cenang Beach. Apart from being close to all of Cenang’s attractions, it also offers a much quieter and calmer beach atmosphere for visitors to enjoy peaceful sea bathing. 

  • Pantai Kok 

Pantai Kok is a peaceful resort community that is rarely crowded with visitors. This beach offers crystal blue waters and a shallow coastline amid lush foliage and forested land. Among the main attractions connected to Pantai Kok are the Langkawi Cable Car or SkyCab, the 550-million-year-old Gunung Mat Chinchang, and the Langkawi SkyBridge, the world’s longest free-span curved bridge. 

  • Tanjung Rhu Beach 

Tanjung Rhu Beach is known for its soft sand and limestone crag borders. The beach is more secluded and offers an ideal setting for watching sunsets, especially with its smaller crowds and pristine beaches. Kilim Geoforest Park is also located within the vicinity – a unique home to a sprawling mangrove forest and gigantic limestone rock formations as ancient as 500 million years ago.  

  • Datai Bay 

Datai Bay, known locally as Teluk Datai, is an isolated enclave of beauty with a white-sand beach situated in the Datai area, also known for its enchanting views of lush tropical rainforest and the breath-taking vista of the Andaman Sea and Tarutau Island on the horizon.   

A Plethora of Amazing Tourist Attractions  

Langkawi is a tax-free island that is renowned as a shopping and dining paradise, as well as a popular destination for a variety of leisure activities and an abundance of attractions spread throughout the island. There is truly something to discover in every corner of this Jewel of Kedah: 

  • Dataran Lang (Eagle Square) @ Kuah Town: A visit to Langkawi is never complete without a photo with the famous huge eagle sculpture poised to take flight at this most iconic man-made attraction in Langkawi, reflecting the origin of the island’s name.  
  • Langkawi Wildlife Park: The first fully-covered wildlife park in Asia houses over 150 different species of wild animals as well as Malaysia’s diverse flora and fauna. Visitors can also interact with some of the park’s animals up close and personal.  
  • Dayang Bunting Island: Also known as the Island of the Pregnant Maiden, this famous island-hopping spot is the second-largest island in the Langkawi archipelago and one of three major Geoforest parks within Langkawi’s UNESCO Global Geopark. You’ll be intrigued by the attractive island’s unique shape, which resembles a sleeping pregnant lady. 
  • Sunset Cruise Langkawi: One of the must-do activities on the island, where you can choose between a catamaran and a monohull and be served dinner where you can enjoy the best sunset while cruising the deep blue ocean. 
  • Duty-Free Outlets: This alone could be the reason why people choose to visit Langkawi. Most duty-free outlets can be found in Cenang Beach and Kuah Town. The duty-free goods on offer include a diverse range of chocolates, perfumes, liquors, and kitchenware, among others. 

Premium Seafront Serviced Suites with Exclusive Amenities 

Nestled along Cenang Beach is Tropicana Cenang, a new resort-style mixed development comprising of premium seafront serviced suites, a five-star hotel, and retail space. Emerging to change the landscape of the most prominent area of Langkawi, this finest freehold development offers 831 serviced suites with built-ups ranging from 380 sqft to 1,310 sqft.   

Invest in a corner of paradise that offers various layouts, ranging from studio to 4-bedroom units, designed to suit different needs. 

All suites are fully furnished and overlook a serene sea view, with direct and private access to the beach and 30 resort-themed facilities, including an infinity pool overlooking the Andaman Sea. Residents and tenants can relax, unwind, and kick back while taking in the incredible sea view, far from the hustle and bustle of city life, thanks to the gorgeous location and setting. 

This incomparable seafront development provides property owners a one-stop solution and hassle-free property management services by Malaysia’s No.1 short stay operator, making your purchase a worthwhile potential investment when you enrol in the Tenancy Management Scheme (TMS).  

You could also be looking at a lucrative return as more tourists, both domestic and international, are expected to visit Langkawi. As of April 2022, the domestic travel demand in Malaysia increased by 100%, while international travel demand had already reached 90% of pre-pandemic levels.  

With the full reopening of the Malaysian border to all visitors, the presence of many international hotel brands, and the reinstatement of flight routes between overseas countries and several Malaysian airports including Langkawi, it is clear that demand for accommodation on the island is expected to be high. The average room rate for a mid-range hotel ranges from RM250 to RM500. 

So, what are you waiting for? Don’t miss out on this opportunity to realise your dream of owning a property on a serene island surrounded by nature and hotspots in Langkawi, starting at an affordable price of RM457,000*, with a high rental yield of up to 8%* and up to 10 days of free stay!  

Register now at Tropicana Cenang’s official website or by calling 016-363 0900. [*T&C Apply]

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