The Rebak Island, named after the native Rebak tree,is one of the 99 isles that make up the
legendary Langkawi. The island is blessed with a balmy climate, stunning rock formations, a
lush forest that goes back a million years and pristine, secluded beaches. A part of nature
with jungles and forest as old as 100 million years.
Guests arrive at Langkawi airport and drive down to Port Langkasuka - it is a 5 mins drive
from the airport to the Port. A 15 mins boat ride brings you to the jetty on Rebak Island.
It is a short walk or a buggy ride from the jetty to the resort lobby. Rebak Island is only
4 kms away from the main island.
The all day dining restaurant by the pool side serves a variety of Oriental, Indian and Continental delicacies and a fine selection of spirits. The restaurant enjoys a spectacular view of the sea. Pendant lights inspired by traditional Malay fishing baskets and timber flooring infuse it with a distinctly local flavour. Guests can dine indoors or al fresco. Attire: