Jalan Lapangan Terbang SAAS, 40150 Shah Alam,
Rating : 5 star
Check-in time - 14:00pm
Check-out time - 12:00nn
Scenic beauty, exceptional service and unconditional privacy abound, The
Saujana combines luxury and adventure amidst 160-acres of lush tropical
gardens. Taking its name from an old Malay expression meaning, “as far
as the eye can see? The Saujana is a 386-room retreat, adjoined to two
championship golf courses, which undeniably presents a haven for
business and pleasure. Ample facilities of this well-appointed resort
include extensive dining options, practical function areas, a spa and a
host of delightful activities to suit every travel need. Beyond the
hustle and bustle of urban living, where nature and modern comforts go
hand-in-hand, The Saujana defines Asian hospitality at its best in true
Malaysian style. Direct international flights from / to most major
cities in the world have services to / from Kuala Lumpur International
Airport (KLIA), strategically located 38 minutes away in Sepang.
The Saujana's 386 rooms and suites are situated in a unique low-rise
setting that offers picturesque views of the property’s emerald
surroundings. All accommodation includes customary deluxe hotel
Secondary Telephone Line for Computer Modem
Coffee and Tea-making Facilities
Automatic Self-dial Wake-up Call
Similar in look and feel of the Standard Rooms, the 36-m² Deluxe Rooms
have enhanced features and boast sizeable bathrooms with separate baths
Each of the 152 elegantly appointed rooms at the Sri Kenangan wing
measures 42m² and has been designed for exclusive comfort; where corner
seating dens, walk-in closets, and spacious bathrooms with oversized
bathtubs and separate showers, offer a touch of luxury.
The five Junior Suites at the Sri Kenangan wing comprise 63-m² of deluxe
space. These suites include single bedrooms with king-sized beds and
separate study areas, each with individual seating dens, walk-in closets
and large bathrooms.
Five of the 11 Executive Suites are housed within the Sri Kenangan wing,
and boast sizeable areas of 269 m² each. The remaining six Executive
Suites are located in the Sri Pelangi and Sri Mahkota wings with each
measuring 109 m². All Executive suites comprise king-sized bedrooms,
living rooms with study areas, dining areas for up to 6 persons,
kitchenettes and guest toilets. Spacious bathrooms include walk-in
closets, whirlpool baths and separate showers.
Two of the three Presidential Suites are located in the Sri Pelangi and
Sri Mahkota wings. Decorated with thoughtful intention to reflect a
regal ambience similar to traditional Malaysian palaces, each of the 182
m² suites comprises a luxurious single bedroom, separate living room
with study area, dining area to seat 8 persons, a kitchenette and a
guest toilet. The elegant bathroom includes double basins, a walk-in
closet, and whirlpool bath with separate shower. The Presidential Suite
located at the Sri Kenangan wing measures 448 m² and presents the
ultimate resort indulgence. Space is of the essence, and the largest
residence of The Saujana provides all featured Presidential Suite
amenities in contemporary design.
24-hour Business Center
Local Language Translation
Free-form Swimming Pool
Multi-purpose Garden Grounds
for Team-building Activities
Luxuriate in a variety of pampering treatments at Jojobali Spa and
experience the restorative powers of aromatic essential oils,
traditional herbs, and calming music, as expert hands work their magic
to impart an overall sense of peace and contentment. A haven for
relaxing, rejuvenating and enlivening the mind, body and spirit,
Jojobali Spa's treatment range focuses on Balinese and Thai massage
techniques and curative rituals.
Overlooking the garden and swimming pool, Suria Cafe presents an
informal setting for Western and local specialties. Enjoy the breakfast
and lunch buffet in the main dining room, or dine al fresco out on the
terrace. A la Carte menus are available for all-day dining and dinner.
Weekend offerings include High Tea, and an extensive Seafood BBQ buffet
is the feature for dinner on Fridays.
Built on stilts above a man-made lake, the resort's Italian restaurant
serves pizzas, traditional Italian breads, celebrated pasta dishes and
other Italian delights. A cozy cigar lounge and bar at the entrance is
ideal for pre and post dinner drinks, while the show kitchen in the main
restaurant offers patrons an interesting dining experience.
Glass-paneled walls and doors open onto a scenic veranda that is perfect
for romantic al fresco dining. For entertainment, a live band plays cool
Overlooking the lake, Kogetsu recreates the setting for classic Japanese
countryside dining, with a show kitchen in the main area, separate sushi
and teppanyaki counters for alternative seating options and three tatami
rooms for added privacy. Traditional Japanese countryside fare is the
highlight for lunch and dinner. A sumptuous lunch buffet is available
"Rumah Peranakan" (or "RP") when translated, means Peranakan House.
This unique culture stems from an ancient Chinese community, which has
over the centuries, successfully adopted Portuguese, Dutch, British,
Malay and Indonesian customs into their way of life. As an affluent
society, Peranakans spared no expense in acquiring fine furniture,
porcelain, beadwork, embroidery, implements and vessels for their altars
and ornaments. In tribute to this distinctive heritage, RP features a
two-story entertainment center showcasing a live band, DJ, Island bar,
cigar room, wine cellar, show kitchen and a poolroom, amid homey
interiors complemented by specially selected antique furniture.
This cozy and relaxed venue with open views of the swimming pool and
lake is ideal for evening cocktails and snacks.
Ti Chen Chinese
The haven for home-cooked Chinese specialties particularly Cantonese and
Szechuan cuisine, Ti Chen is situated at the Golf Club with a
breathtaking view of the fairway
Nicknamed the '19th hole', Golfer's Terrace provides an a la carte menu
of local favorites for all day dining
Malaysia comprises of two domains separated by the South China Sea.
Peninsular or West Malaysia, which is bordered by Thailand in the north,
and Singapore in the south. Peninsular Malaysia is considered the
mainland, which encompasses 11 of the country's 13 states. East
Malaysia is located on Borneo Island, and is richer in natural resources
than its more developed counterpart.
Situated midway along the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia is the
capital Kuala Lumpur or KL, as it is popularly known. One of the most
economically successful cities in Southeast Asia, after Singapore, KL's
constant growth sees the city booming in international trade and
Despite rapid developments in keeping abreast with expectations of
present-day advancements, much of Malaysia's rich history prevails.
Colonial buildings, market places, and cultural traditions of days gone
by, coexist amid a backdrop of skyscrapers and trendy shopping malls, to
reflect Malaysia's past, present and future.
This thriving city is filled with excitement by day and the seemingly
unstoppable energy continues to flow by night. KL is the perfect
introduction to Malaysian culture and society, and promises a delightful
experience for visitors near and far.
Direct international flights from/to most major cities in the world have
services to/from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) in Sepang.
The Saujana is a 38-minute drive from KLIA and within close proximity to