Location : Nestled in a calm oasis in the middle of Kuala Lumpur city, which is only a 10-minute drive from Bukit Bintang.
Design : A luxury paradise that will make you forget that you are even in the city.
Food : Delicious, delicious, delicious!
Mattress : So comfortable that will make it hard for you to leave the bed.
Cleanliness : It's very clean! Only the best for you.
Instagram Friendly : Of course, yes!
Experience a retreat amidst its peaceful ambiance set in a location of unsurpassed beauty within the heart of Kuala Lumpur. Treat yourself to a much-needed getaway without the need to venture out too far.
The Samadhi experience takes you to a journey that shapes and nourishes the mind, body and soul. Our destinations offer an escape, into a journey of self-discovery and reawakening. We integrate our guests with the local culture, we source for the highest quality of natural ingredients and we connect you with the environment, taking you to a state of mind that we call Samadhi, forming a connection to a higher self, and holding you to a process that grounds, purifies and deeply nourishes.
Inspired by traditional Malay architecture, while preserving the sanctity of its natural surroundings, Villa Samadhi Kuala Lumpur offers some of the city’s most luxurious spaces for an exclusive retreat. Situated in an upscale neighborhood just a 10-minute walk from the heart of Kuala Lumpur, Villa Samadhi offers an immediate respite to restore one’s soul.
Carefully crafted within a ‘Rustic-luxe’ concept, a sense of peace pervades in each of the 21 distinctive villas, which spans 600 square feet to over 2,000 square feet of living space. Our villas are accented with a collage of elements to create a raw yet sophisticated Asian dwelling.
All ground-floor units are built alongside an expansive freeform pool that allows direct access into the water. Be it a private whirlpool or a private balcony, each retreat exudes its own distinct character and charm.
At Villa Samadhi, the use of wood, glass, black cement, stone, and bamboo render a simplistic and rustic design foundation to its minimalistic style. The embossing, layering, and composition of these raw and natural materials, complemented with landscapes of water and fire, add an edge in creating a unique sense of place.
Sustainability is at the forefront of the design philosophy of Villa Samadhi, playing a significant role in enhancing the local environment. With the liberal use of bamboo and other local materials sourced from “Orang Asli” (indigenous tribes in Malaysia), to bamboo and wood carpentry handmade by Villa Samadhi’s own craftsmen, we integrate conservation and community into our environment.
Within the property, explore a collection of colorful Southeast Asian hill tribe fabrics and antiques, which add contrast to its rustic exterior. Explore the categories of the villas and suites as you begin to choose the canvas of your luxurious escape.
Explore the unknown and uncover the real Kuala Lumpur. Hit the road for a culinary adventure with a scenic drive that takes you to unusual destinations for a truly intimate insight into Malaysia. Travels With Samadhi offers day trips created for a unique journey to complement your Samadhi experience.
Observe majestic elephants and the extreme care that is put into the rehabilitation and relocation of this endangered species.
Indulge in a delectable lunch in Bentong, Pahang before setting your journey to the wondrous natural surroundings of the Eastern Peninsula. Arrive at Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary and discover the joys of interacting with rescued elephants in their natural habitat, while at the same time, be enlightened by the number of care practices it takes to nurse these gentle mammals.
Join us as we guide you on a culinary journey to explore Kuala Lumpur’s famed street food, which starts from the Pudu Market for a taste of local tropical fruits. Then, head out on your vehicle of choice for a gastronomic adventure that will take you from Chinatown for a delicious bowl of Hokkien Mee to Little India for traditional Indian sweets. The gastronomic journey concludes in the antiquated Kampung Baru, the oldest Malaysian settlement located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.