Reset – A Halaluxe Retreat


I’m so excited to announce the first Halauxe retreat happening in January 2022, insyaAllah!

Reset – a Halaluxe Retreat is a 4-day, all-inclusive retreat that blends experiential halal luxury with immersive wellness. It’s the perfect antidote to the pandemic chaos and a great start to the new year.

Think of it as a recalibration getaway for the mind, body and spirit. Motivating movement sessions to get you past the bulge, blues and blahs. Guided journalling for mindfulness, reflection, and intention setting. Soul care sessions to reset spiritual awareness and integrity.


All this amidst the peaceful setting of  Tanjong Jara Resort,  a luxury YTL Hotels property in Dungun, Terengganu. Experience the gentle grace of the east coast Malay community. Luxuriate in YTL’s signature service and hospitality. Bask in the charm of the locals’ spirit and drink in the raw nature.


So come unwind, make friends, and let your spirit expand. Return home forever changed.

Reset – a Halaluxe Retreat

Date: 6-9 January, 2022 / Tanjong Jara Resort, Terengganu

Package: From RM799++ per room, per night

What’s included
  • Three nights’ accommodation
  • Daily set breakfast, set lunch and set dinner for two persons
  • A beach barbecue dinner for two persons on 7 January, 2022
  • Scheduled morning workouts
  • Scheduled guided journalling
  • Soul care sessions
  • An exclusive gym confidence session
  • Welcome gift pack
What’s not included

Travel to and from the resort is not included

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9.00-11.00 am

Breakfast at leisure


Guided journalling


Lunch at leisure

Afternoon free to relax, spa, and unwind


Soul care session

Evening at leisure, private consultations, Q&A




Meet your Hosts


Anis Ramli, Founder  & Editor, Halaluxe

Anis travels the world and works with luxury properties eager to embrace halal inclusivity. Her journalism background and consulting work with Japan Halal Foundation has made her adept at advocating halal in collaboration with high-end hospitality brands to tap the niche Muslim luxury travel market. Drawing on her degree in Psychology and experience in counselling, Anis has taught journalling as Guest Artist at Spa Village Resort Tembok in Bali, a YTL Hotels sister property, as well as in Malaysia.  As Editor of Muhibah, the award-winning inflight magazine of Royal Brunei Airlines, Anis was instrumental in developing content and fusing a halal-oriented focus for the airline’s guests.



Coach Daing “Dann” Daniel Fitri, Founder, Crossfit Pahlawan

CEO and Founder of Crossfit Pahlawan, Coach Dann brings his wealth of experience in coaching individuals to get you moving in this retreat. He has developed bespoke health and corporate wellness programmes focused on motivating clients to foster long-term wellness habits beyond fads and quick-fixes. The retreat’s movement sessions have been curated to serve all fitness levels, including beginners. Just come with a big Sunnah smile and an appetite to discover health!



Sheikh Hussain Yee, Halaluxe Advisor

Sheikh Hussain is an internationally recognised speaker in the Islamic lecture circuit. He brings with him over 40 years of experience in strategic management, advisory, consulting, and counselling. He invests substantial time to share the universal message of peace to the global community, grooming the youths, and family development. He is also Founder & President of Al Khaadem, Malaysia.











02 comments on “Reset – A Halaluxe Retreat

  • Mimi Sulaiman , Direct link to comment

    Assalamualaikum. We are very interested to join this retreat and we have tried to make the booking for 2 rooms @ 4 adults but to failed. Appreciate if you could advice on this.


    • , Direct link to comment

      Wa’alaykum salaam warah matullahi wabarakatuh, lovely to hear form you. Thank you for your interest and letting me know. Try again here: Alternatively, I’ll email you separately.

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