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Plaza Premium Lounge opens at Langkawi International Airport

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Plaza Premium Lounge has opened its doors to travellers at Langkawi International Airport adding to its network of airport lounges in Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Kota Kinabalu and Kuching across Malaysia and in more than 70 locations at international airport hubs globally.

Located within the Departure Hall (pre-security) of the gateway, the space it said is designed to offer a stylish and cosy environment for travellers to unwind before departing the serene island.

Purposefully designed for leisure and family travellers visiting the holiday destination, the lounge features comfortable seating, shower facilities, complimentary Wi-Fi and charging stations for electronic devices. Entertainment includes reading materials and selected TV channels.

Special menu highlights include a glocal theme, while giving a sense of place by offering alltime favourites with comfort foods such as Nasi Lemak, Hainan Chicken Rice, Ipoh Hor Fun Soup, international dishes crafted by the chefs from its sister lounges are also featured

The latest lounge also promotes sustainable travel by introducing green initiatives to minimise the use of plastic and wastage at the lounge.

Plaza Premium Group founder and chief executive officer, Song Hoi-see said: “We built this lounge to create memorable airport moments for our guests, we are ultimately the final leg of the journey. It is our mission to make travel better and create unique experiences for each traveller.

“We are happy to work together with Malaysia Airports who are committed to building a first-rate experience across the country, and to be an integral part of the development of Langkawi International Airport is a privilege.”

Malaysia Airports senior general manager for commercial services, Encik Nazli Aziz said Langkawi International Airport is the first of the operator’s airports to fully implement a “commercial reset strategy” and it part of its aim to raise the profile of Langkawi further by ensuring that the airport is also a leisure destination in itself.