Honeymoon in Malaysia
If you're thinking of getting married, why not make your honeymoon a uniquely romantic affair, in a lovely paradise of Malaysia? Along with your better half, imagine yourself surrounded by exotic flowers or at the ocean's edge on a beautiful beach. This could be a special occasion just for the two of you, which will help you celebrate this moment for rest of your life.
The natural qualities of this land is immense and it continues to appeal romantic people due to its warm blue seas and beautiful beaches. The capital city of Kuala Lumpur offers a fascinating combination of East and West with its mingling of modern skyscrapers and traditional street markets.
Along the north-west coast the newly wed can unwind from the hustle and bustle of the city in one of the many beautiful beach resorts. Penang island has attractive scenery and good water sports while the picturesque resort of Langkawi is a quiet escape with its fishing village and deserted beaches.
The Malaysian capital, Kuala Lumpur is a melting pot of Asian cultures with European and Islamic influences. Head to the 1,500-foot-tall Petronas Towers for an expansive view of the city and countryside, then work your way over to the Central Market for local cuisine before seeing what vendors have on offer. There are dozens of top-quality hotels in the area thanks to the booming financial industry, so you’ll have plenty of places to choose from. Give the Mandarin Oriental a shot, though, if you would like to have a view of the world’s tallest pair of towers from your room.
In the northwestern corner of the country, Penang is a small area with a big reputation. Filled with historical appeal and scenic beaches, you will be captivated by this industrial center.
The city’s main Municipal Park and Botanic Gardens are excellent spots for a quiet stroll holding hands or an afternoon stretched on the grass. If you’d like to sample local culture, head to Penang Island across the Strait of Malacca and visit the formal colonial capital, as well as the largest shopping center in the area, Queensbay Mall. When it comes time to get some rest, consider a laying your head down at Pangkor Laut Resort, one of the highest-rated in Malaysia.
Known as the Jewel of Kedah, this group of 104 islands in the Andaman Sea is a haven for sun worshippers and nature lovers. The azure waters of the lagoons entice newlyweds to lounge on the white sands while adventurous couples head to Kilim Karst Geopark to enjoy the cave-filled mangrove forests divided by small creeks teeming with wildlife. Because it’s an archipelago, you can find places with large crowds (Pregnant Maiden Lake) or a little more seclusion (Langun Island).
Stay at the Four Seasons Resort Langkawi, an excellent beachfront hotel with striking views of the lush mountains alongside turquoise waves.
Newlyweds that love the mountains will find the Cameron Highlands an ideal destination. Nestled in the hills north of Kuala Lumpur, the area was developed in the 1920s as a place for the sick to get fresh air as they returned to health.
Before long, a handful of inns and a golf course sprung up, making it a hideaway for British colonists. Grab a room at the small, Tudor-styled Cameron Highlands Resort and spend your days wandering through tea plantations and verdant hiking trails.
Ten miles off the northeastern coast of Malaysia, you’ll find this paradise close to the border with Thailand. Accessible only by boat, it’s a great place to escape the stresses of the modern world.
Since they make up the Pulau Redang National Marine Park, this is an ideal spot for snorkeling – colorful fish and extensive coral reefs are allowed to grow with minimal encroachment by human visitors. Known as a destination for budget travelers, Bubu Long Beach Resort is the ideal place for romantic dinners overlooking a picturesque beach.
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