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Top 10 Most Romantic Malaysia Honeymoon Destinations (2022 Guide)

From city to countryside, from chill island life to exhilarating water activities, from modern towns to old-world quaint towns, from beach-life to jungle life, Malaysia has it all for all kinds of couples whose personalities and interests are as unique as their love stories to tell. Let us share the best Malaysia honeymoon destinations for you to visit.



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This article is updated on 03 June 2022

Table of Contents

Where to Stay in
  1. Desaru, for a beach vacation
  2. Kuala Lumpur, for a romantic stroll under city lights
  3. Melaka, for history-and-culture-fascinated couples
  4. Penang, for a gastronomic adventure
  5. Langkawi, for an adventurous getaway
  6. Perhentian Islands, for scuba diving
  7. Kota Kinabalu, for a quaint town
  8. Taman Negara, for a safari adventure
  9. Cameron Highlands, for beautiful views
  10. Ipoh, for old-world charm

10 Best Malaysia Honeymoon Destinations

1. Desaru, for a beach vacation

Is there a place in Malaysia that’s a dream come true for nature lovers? Desaru is the place to go! With its 22-kilometer stretch of white sand beaches where you can take a stroll, bask in the sun, and swim, couples would love every bit of their stay in Desaru. There are plenty of farms you can visit, too, making your tropical escapade complete.

Best time to visit Desaru

You’d best enjoy most of the activities in Desaru under a generous amount of sunshine since it’s a tropical destination with plenty of resorts to choose from for your stay and farms to visit. Be sure to head to Desaru on dry and warm months of April to October. You’d want to avoid the months from November to March since it’s rainy season. There’s a perk, though. It’s low season for tourists, so you’ll avoid the crowd.

Top Things to Do in Desaru

  • Stroll along the white sandy Desaru beach
  • Experience exhilarating rides at the Desaru Coast Adventure Waterpark
  • Visit the biggest ostrich farm in Malaysia, Desaru Ostrich Farm
  • See fireflies at night on the Desaru firefly cruise
  • Ride an ATV at the Desaru Fruit Farm

Recommended Places to Stay in Desaru:

Anantara Desaru Coast Resort & Villas

Anantara Desaru Coast Resort & Villas - Most Romantic Malaysia Honeymoon Destinations

Indulge in a seaside romance at Anantara Desaru Coast Resort & Villas – a place where luxury and comfort meet on the dazzling Desaru Coast. This luxury resort warrants the most romantic getaway on Malaysia’s golden shores, especially when you stay at the luxurious Deluxe Sea View Room, which offers spectacular views over lush resort greenery extending to the South China Sea. But if you are looking to splurge for such an important occasion, Anantara’s One-Bedroom Lagoon Pool Villa is also worth the shot.

Anantara’s One-Bedroom Lagoon Pool Villa

We actually got to stay at the resort just recently, and the experience was amazing. The bed was so comfortable, kind of similar to the one we had at Anantara Layan Phuket Resort, and you can even request additional pillows with varying firmness to match your sleeping preferences. Do not worry about being too comfortable at night though, as honeymooners in the resort will get to wake up to a romantic breakfast in bed – the perfect way to start an eventful day.

Plenty of romantic experiences to discover

As soon as you are energised for the morning, explore Anantara Desaru Coast Resort & Villas and try out all the activities laid out for every guest. Take a dip in the beachfront and lagoon infinity pools, sip some original handcrafted cocktails or mocktails by the beach bar, or perhaps hide away at the serene Anantara Spa with an indulgent’s couple journey.

MJ by the stunning beachfront pool
MJ by the stunning beachfront pool

If you and your partner are more on the active side, there are also yoga, cycling, golf, beach volleyball and other water activities for you to experience. At night, take in a blockbuster movie under the stars (available on selected days) after a sumptuous, romantic candlelit dinner by the beach or a regular dinner at one of the resort’s dining destinations. 

Going around the resort with a free rental bicycle
Taste local and international culinary indulgences

Whether you are looking for Asian or Western specialties, Anantara has two restaurants to answer to your heart’s demand. First up is Turmeric Restaurant, which offered gourmet international and Asian flavours at any time of the day. We highly recommend the Kerabu Mangga Muda as starters (probably the best mango salad I have ever eaten!) and Goong Sarong if you love crispy, deep fried prawns with a little bit of spice. Really delicious! For the main course, the Ikan Bakar is definitely a must-try, which was a super soft fish roasted so perfectly that it melts right into your mouth (just make sure it is not the snapper fish as it was a bit tougher, but still great tastewise), as well as the Massaman Kea for curry lovers like myself. The Char Kway Teow was also pretty awesome; it tasted so great that we had it for 3 days straight – a testament to its lovely taste and quality.

To complete the signature Anantara dining experience, head over to Sea.Fire.Salt and indulge in succulent grilled seafood and steaks on the beachfront. The prices here are a bit more of a splurge compared to Turmeric, but their dishes are worth every money spent – I’d highly recommend it in a heartbeat! We ordered a Chilled Seafood Tower consisting of premium oysters, lobsters, prawns, crabs, etc. – all freshly caught from Desaru Coast. The seafood here was barbecued really well that I even sucked on some of their shells afterwards (and I never did that before). The 1.2kg Australian Beef Tomahawk, served with 6 sides and sauces, was also very palatable and great for family sharing. 

A juicy Australian Beef Tomahawk with perfect fat to meat ratio

And of course, there is no better way to cap off the night than by having such amazing desserts                      (try their Mont Blanc and Hot Chocolate Fondant) or sipping some extraordinary cocktails from one of Anantara’s luxe bars. The resort has two, so if you want to drink cocktails with the sound of the waves crashing nearby – the Infinity Bar is the perfect spot for you. The Golden Lands (their own version of gin and tonic), Sea of Pineapples (really IG-worthy cocktail!), and Cartel, definitely one of the best ones I have ever tasted, were our top favourites, though most of their signature cocktails taste pretty amazing. The second one – Observatory Bar –  is located right at the heart of the resort, where you can enjoy lovely 360-degree views of the entire Anantara, so the best time to go there is really at sundown. 

Sea of Pineapples – a cocktail that looked and tasted great at the same time

In all honesty, we will definitely consider Anantara Desaru Coast Resort & Villas if we were to go on a honeymoon trip again. Staying in one of their stylish villas is just the perfect way to celebrate marriage, not to mention all the romantic activities you can do here! 

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Website: https://www.anantara.com/en/desaru-coast/
Address: Persiaran Pantai, Desaru Coast, 81930 Bandar Penawar, Johor Darul Ta´zim
Contact: +60 7 828 0888
Email: [email protected]
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Hard Rock Hotel Desaru Coast

hard rock hotel exterior

For rockstars and rockstars at heart, Hard Rock Hotel Desaru Coast is the ultimate destination for a thrilling, entertainment-filled experience. With music-inspired lounges, suites, restaurants, and facilities, Hard Rock Hotel Desaru Coast’s stunning aesthetic will give you bouts of nostalgia – a walk down memory lane when you used to jam or groove in any genre of music. A haven for music lovers, couples who are celebrating their honeymoon or travellers in for something new will definitely enjoy the unique, unparalleled experience of The Sound of Your Stay®. This music amenity gives you amazing access to Fender guitars, a private 10-track playlist, and Crosley turntable with 10 iconic records! 

Each room and suite is equipped with a luxurious Sleep Like a Rock® bedding, signature Rock Spa® toiletries, and premium amenities including a Bose soundbar which enhances the musical experience. Moreover, the Hard Rock Hotel Desaru Coast is situated right next to Adventure Waterpark, one of the biggest and fun-filled waterparks in the region.

Tip for couples: Experience their classic bed and breakfast package: Toast and Jam Package. It comes with a Hard Rock twist that you would not want to miss.

Website: https://www.hardrockhotels.com/desaru-coast
Address: Jalan Pantai 3, Desaru Coast, 81930 Bandar Penawar Johor Darul Ta’zim Malaysia
Contact: +607-838-8888
Email: [email protected]
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2. Kuala Lumpur, for a romantic stroll under city lights

Malaysia’s capital city Kuala Lumpur is brimming with life from dawn to midnight with its bustling streets filled with people, cars, and colorful food stalls and markets. Mega sized shopping malls and skyscrapers make up KL’s urban jungle. Does the Petronas Twin Towers ring a bell? Definitely.

But that’s not the only one. Exchange 106 was recently tagged as Malaysia’s newest tallest building, standing at 492 meters, whereas the Petronas Twin Towers is standing at only 452 meters.

Exploring the city as a couple is an opportunity to learn about different people, cultures, and cuisines since KL is known as Malaysia’s melting pot.

Best time to visit KL

KL’s climate all year round is generally tropical, hot, and humid. But there are also frequent downpours in some months, specifically March to April. The best time to visit the city is from May to July and December to February. These are the perfect months to explore KL because the temperature is just right, not too humid, and there are fewer to no downpours.

 Top Things to Do in KL

  • Get a panoramic view of KL from the Petronas Twin Towers observation deck
  • Conquer your fear of heights and walk the SkyBox, a glass cube extending from the KL Tower Sky Deck at 300 meters high
  • Go on a food bike tour to explore KL’s famous landmarks and sights, and taste of authentic Malay cuisine.
  • Have a breathtaking dinner at In the Sky  or a unique dinner at Plane In The City (dine in a Boeing 737 aircraft)

Recommended Place to Stay in Kuala Lumpur:

Sunway Putra Hotel, for a comfortable stay in the heart of the city

Sunway Putra Hotel’s location is in the city’s main commercial area. That said, almost everything is accessible from the hotel. Convenient public transportation is readily available. Popular tourist spots in the city, huge shopping malls, and top-rated restaurants are within reach.

While guests give it a top rating for its location, it’s not the only perk it offers. They have the comfiest beds placed in modern rooms with luxurious amenities. The breakfast buffet is topnotch, too!

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2. Desaru, for a beach vacation

Is there a place in Malaysia that’s a dream come true for nature lovers? Desaru is the place to go! With its 22-kilometer stretch of white sand beaches where you can take a stroll, bask in the sun, and swim, couples would love every bit of their stay in Desaru. There are plenty of farms you can visit, too, making your tropical escapade complete.

Best time to visit Desaru

You’d best enjoy most of the activities in Desaru under a generous amount of sunshine since it’s a tropical destination with plenty of resorts to choose from for your stay and farms to visit. Be sure to head to Desaru on dry and warm months of April to October. You’d want to avoid the months from November to March since it’s rainy season. There’s a perk, though. It’s low season for tourists, so you’ll avoid the crowd.

Top Things to Do in Desaru

  • Stroll along the white sandy Desaru beach
  • Experience exhilarating rides at the Desaru Coast Adventure Waterpark
  • Visit the biggest ostrich farm in Malaysia, Desaru Ostrich Farm
  • See fireflies at night on the Desaru firefly cruise
  • Ride an ATV at the Desaru Fruit Farm

Recommended Place to Stay in Desaru:

Anantara Desaru Coast Resort & Villas, for a picturesque ocean view 

Couples would love this beachfront resort that’s only 600 meters from Desaru Beach. The Anantara Desaru Coast Resort & Villas offers luxurious accommodation options, some of which feature picturesque ocean views you can wake up to every morning. You can also take a plunge and relax at your very own private pool outside your room.

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3. Melaka, for history-and-culture-fascinated couples

One of the best reasons why we travel is to learn about the history and culture of the country we’re visiting. For some couples, though, it’s the top priority. Never mind the royal treatment in a five-star hotel. It’s not about the sumptuous feasts in fancy restaurants, too. For them, the best experience is to learn something new, something they can share with their family and friends back home, or to the world.

If you feel like you’re reading that as if you’re speaking what your heart says, the happy news is, Melaka is the fantastic destination for you as a couple. The city is home to several historical colonial sights dating back to the 15th century. Besides the historical landmarks the place is known for, you’ll also find museums that will complete your historical tour.

Best time to visit Melaka

Since many tourists come to Melaka to immerse themselves in the arts, culture, and history of the city, they take advantage of the Melaka Art and Performance Festival. It happens annually every November. And so, locals suggest that November is the best time to visit Melaka to witness multi-disciplinary art performances, including visual arts, multimedia arts, contemporary dances, and more.

Top Things to Do in Melaka

  • Join a historical tour of the city’s heritage landmarks, ruins, historical buildings, and museums
  • Learn about multi-disciplinary art performances by attending forums and workshops at the Melaka Art and Performance Festival for free
  • If one or both of you are artists, meet fellow art enthusiasts, pros, amateurs, and hobbyists alike in the Melaka Art and Performance Festival
  • Marvel at the unique dunes and landscapes in Klebang Beach, which is just a short 15-minute drive away from Melaka
  • Visit the A’Famosa Resort, which is home to various theme parks and attractions
  • Indulge in a feast of local cuisines such as the Satay Celup and Cendol
  • Go for a stroll on the streets of Jonker Street to shop at the vibrant night market that’s open every Friday to Sunday. Get a taste of street foods or shop souvenirs, antiques, and art collection

Recommended Place to Stay in Melaka

Swiss-Garden Hotel Melaka, for views of the historical Melaka River

Standing tall at 32 floors, the Swiss-Garden Hotel Melaka offers guests the ideal panoramic views of the city. The main feature is the relaxing view of the historical Melaka River. The designers have fully furnished each room with modern amenities that will make each couple’s stay as relaxing and comfortable as possible.

Guests love that it’s only a 10-minute walk from Jonker Street, which turns into a vibrant night market every Friday to Sunday. You can also spend some afternoons playing at the tennis court or plunging in the Olympic-size infinity pools.

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4. Penang, for a gastronomic adventure

There’s no wonder if all food-loving couples would fly straight to Penang. This Malaysian city that’s rich in history and culture has also earned the reputation of being the food capital of the country. What’s incredible is that the real star isn’t something fancy, but rather, the street foods you’ll drool over!

Of course, there are good eats around the city besides the street foods. There are also cafes and restaurants offering authentic Malay cuisines, giving you a gastronomic adventure throughout your stay.

Best time to visit Penang

There are a lot of outdoor activities to enjoy both in the mainland and the island part of Penang. While it’s generally warm and humid all year round in the city, there are frequent downpours between August and November. So, it’s best to avoid these months. The best season for a honeymoon in Penang would be somewhere between December and March.

Top Things to Do in Penang

  • Explore the British colonial buildings, heritage houses, and mansions, Chinese shophouses, and other historical landmarks in Georgetown, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Ride the funicular train going atop the Penang Hill, and discover lush nature spots and various museums
  • Be ready to face your fear of heights, and try the skywalk at the Komtar Penang
  • Learn about the Peranakan culture at the Pinang Peranakan Mansion
  • Take photos with the creative murals at Georgetown as your backdrop
  • Get an adrenaline rush as you try different watersports in Batu Ferringhi. Then, recharge your energy by enjoying some good food at the restaurants and cafes located at the long stretch of beach on the island.
  • Join a heritage food tour to discover must-try local cuisines

Recommended Place to Stay in Penang

The Prestige Hotel Penang

What you’ll first notice in this hotel are its clean, white, and minimalistic interiors, yet overall, it never fails to exude an elegant and luxurious vibe. Cozy, calm, and relaxing are the words that best describe the look and feel of the rooms. Set in Georgetown, it’s easy to get around the famous tourist spots in this UNESCO World Heritage site.

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5. Langkawi, for an adventurous getaway

You’ve guessed it right, Langkawi is not for the faint of heart. No, not because it’s a dangerous place to visit, but because it is only perfect for couples who describe themselves as adventurous souls. You’ll never run out of action-packed outdoor activities in Langkawi, all of which give you an intimate encounter with nature.

Best time to visit Langkawi

Dry season typically starts in January and ends in March. Be sure to choose your travel date somewhere between these months if you want to make the most of the outdoors.

Top Things to Do in Langkawi

  • Hop on a Langkawi Cable Car to see jaw-dropping views of lush green forests, endless ocean, and jagged Mount Machincang cliffs. Anyone who’s up for an extra challenge? Opt for a glass-bottom gondola for non-stop exhilarating views from the top down to the bottom.
  • Go island-hopping to explore Langkawi’s 99 islands!
  • Go paddle-boarding across the emerald-green Lake of the Pregnant Maiden.
  • Get your telephoto lenses ready to get some snaps of monkeys and lizards on Giant Lion Island.
  • Race with your significant other as you go on a jet skiing tour. The wildlife-rich mangroves around Tuba Island is a must-visit.
  • Experience heart-racing watersports like parasailing and wakeboarding at the Cenang Beach.
  • Go snorkeling or diving in the turquoise waters at Pulau Payar.
  • Hike up the tiers at the Temurun Waterfall, the tallest waterfall in Langkawi.
  • Go kayaking at the Kubang Badak River.
  • Go literally higher to see more panoramic views of Langkawi. Book a helicopter tour!
  • Your honeymoon shouldn’t be all about the adrenaline rush, though. Add a little more chill romantic vibe, too. Hubbies, take your significant other on a romantic sunset dinner cruise.

Recommended Place to Stay in Langkawi:

The Datai Langkawi Resort, for a tropical beachfront abode

30 minutes away from the Langkawi International Airport lies a beautiful luxurious tropical resort set on a private beach – The Datai Langkawi Resort. Opt for one of the hotel’s luxurious Beach Villas that feature a lush, outdoor garden and private swimming pool. After a day full of activities, have some pampering session at The Datai Spa surrounded by a relaxing rainforest view.

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6. Perhentian Islands, for scuba diving

In Bahasa Malay, the language of Malaysia, the word ‘Perhentian’ means a place to stop. The name of the place defines it well. Sure enough, you’ll want to stop and explore the Perhentian Islands because of its alluring crystal-clear blue waters and rich marine life.

Best time to visit Perhentian Islands

Underwater and jungle activities are the main attractions in the Perhentian Islands. And so, the best time to go there is on the dry season somewhere between March to November.

Top Things to Do in Perhentian Islands

  • Go scuba diving to explore the colorful coral reefs and a plethora of sea creatures such as exotic fishes and turtles.
  • If you’re a bit hesitant because you don’t have any diving experience yet, why not go snorkeling instead?
  • Learn about the rich flora and fauna in the lush rainforests as you go jungle trekking. Get a chance to see monitor lizards and monkeys!
  • Go sea kayaking.
  • Get out of your comfort zone and go on a romantic camping experience at Teluk KK.
  • Have a romantic date by the beach with the loveliest sunset in the background.
  • Visit a fishing village to learn about how locals live and work. Also, it might be a chance to buy some fresh catch if you love seafood!
  • Are you and your partner nature and environment enthusiasts? Try volunteering at the Turtle Sanctuary.

Recommended Place to Stay in Perhentian Islands

Bubu Villa, for a relaxing home by the beach

Bubu Villa is the top pick for most couples staying at Long Beach in Pulau Perhentian Kecil. With its fresh and airy interiors accented with wooden furnishings, the villa exudes a summer vibe all year round. Opt for the Honeymoon Seaview Room for its distinctive romantic ambiance.

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7. Kota Kinabalu, for a quaint town

If in your entire life you’ve lived in a bustling city, it’s about time you experience a different side of the world. That’s none other than the countryside. A city in East Malaysia, Kota Kinabalu, would be your top choice, a completely different feel from Peninsular Malaysia, where the towering buildings of Kuala Lumpur are prominent.

Whether you’re on the hunt for fresh seafood, old-world charm, or breathtaking sunsets, Kota Kinabalu is generous enough for all of that.

Best time to visit Kota Kinabalu

The weather is at its best from December to April. You’ll enjoy thrilling outdoor activities at this time, from spending the day on the beach or hiking up Mount Kinabalu.

Top Things to Do in Kota Kinabalu

  • Hike up Mount Kinabalu to get a 360-degree view of Sabah.
  • Go island-hopping at Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park.
  • Go white water rafting in Kiulu River, which is about an hour away from the city center.
  • Take a train ride on the Borneo Railway.
  • Watch breathtaking fiery sunsets at the Tanjung Aru Beach.
  • Indulge in sumptuous fresh seafood dishes anywhere around the city.

Recommended Place to Stay in Kota Kinabalu

Shangri-La’s Tanjung Aru Resort and Spa, for mesmerising sunsets

Located at the heart of the Tanjung Aru Beach, honeymooners will be delighted to watch romantic sunsets either from their suite or while they’re spending their afternoons by the beach. They can also enjoy various watersports such as jet ski and surfing. For hubbies, there’s also a 9-hole golf course for you!

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8. Taman Negara, for a safari adventure

The largest and most popular national park in Malaysia, Taman Negara, is home to some oldest deciduous rainforest in the world of around 130 million years old. A trip in Taman Negara would feel like a safari adventure in Southeast Asia because of the rich diversity of flora and fauna whose sanctuary are rivers and mountains of the national park.

Get your senses ready for its stunning sceneries and exhilarating outdoor activities.

Best time to visit Taman Negara

As expected, Taman Negara receives heavy rainfall throughout the year. No worries, though. Somehow, there’s still a dry period between March and September. If you wish to visit Taman Negara for birdwatching, the best time go is somewhere between the spring months.

Top Things to Do in Taman Negara

  • Hike up to the summit of Bukit Teresek.
  • Take the seven-day trek to Gunung Tahan. However, take note that this is the most difficult trek in Taman Negara which is only suitable for those who have a strong level of health and fitness.
  • Go rapid shooting.
  • Take a relaxing cruise at the Sungai Tahan River.
  • Befriend and feed the fishes at Kelah Sanctuary.
  • Go for a night jungle walk to learn about some nocturnal animals in the national park.
  • You can also go on a safari adventure in the day by visiting the main hides in Taman Negara.
  • Explore the caves.
  • Hike to the Four Steps Waterfall.
  • Are you a newbie when it comes to rainforest and mountain trails? The Lubok Simpon trail is the best choice for beginners!

Recommended Place to Stay in Taman Negara

Mutiara Taman Negara Resort, reside in the jungle

Nestled in the midst of the rainforest, the Mutiara Taman Negara Resort offers honeymooners with a quiet, secluded, and romantic getaway, surrounded by the stunning jungle and Tembeling River views.

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9. Cameron Highlands, for beautiful views

In the recent years, drinking tea became a fad, and it continues up to this day. No wonder why it grew in popularity. Tea provides a wide range of health benefits, and it’s therefore a good alternative to coffee. If you and your partner are part of the tea-obsessed club, then, a trip to Cameron Highlands is the perfect honeymoon for you.

Not only would you get to sip a fresh cup of tea every morning, you can also wake up to the serene emerald tea plantation views, or even have a romantic date in the midst of it.

Best time to visit Cameron Highlands

During the monsoon season which starts from November and ends in February, the greenery in the highlands is in full bloom. You can visit somewhere between these months. However, November is the best time to go.

Top Things to Do in Cameron Highlands

  • Go on a tour at the Boh Tea Plantation.
  • Go on a hike to Mount Brinchang.
  • Pick some fresh and juicy strawberries at Raaju’s Hill Strawberry Farm.
  • Go on a jungle trek to learn about the rich flora and fauna of the Cameron Highlands, and to enjoy the scenic waterfalls along the tracks.
  • Warm up after an afternoon of trekking by trying the Steamboat cuisine.
  • Go on a trek to the Thompson Falls.
  • Take postcard-perfect photographs at the Agro Technology Park of the Lavender Gardens.
  • Visit the Butterfly Farm and the Cactus Valley.
  • Play golf on a rugged terrain.

Recommended Place to Stay in Cameron Highlands:

Cameron Highlands Resort, for a ‘little piece of England in Asia’

Set in a forested mountainscape, this elegant hotel with its architectural design dating from the 1970s exudes a mix of a nostalgic and romantic vibe. The spacious white-painted rooms with accents of hardwood and earth tones, provide fresh, airy, and homey feels. The resort also features an award-winning spa where topnotch service delivers utmost relaxation and rejuvenation.

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10. Ipoh, for old-world charm

While it is a less explored city in Malaysia, do not underestimate the old-world charm of this quaint city. From a wealth of interesting history, museums, street art, and coffee shops, to towering white limestone cliffs, caves and hotsprings, there’s so much to discover and experience in Ipoh.

Best time to visit Ipoh

The ideal travel dates to set are on the months of January and February and May until September when there’s less rainfall.

Top Things to Do in Ipoh

  • Visit caves and find underground streams and waterfalls.
  • Wander around Gunung Lang Recreational Park.
  • Check out museums.
  • Do a photoshoot at Kellie’s Castle.
  • Have deep conversations while having slow afternoon walks in one of the parks in the city.
  • Trek the Ulu Geroh Rafflesia Trail.
  • Visit the Gaharu Tea Valley.
  • Appreciate a wealth of street art in Oldtown Ipoh.
  • Indulge in a feast of dim sum, and try the famous Ipoh White Coffee.

Recommended Place to Stay in Ipoh

The Banjaran Hotsprings Retreat, for a tranquil stay amidst lush limestone cliffs

Recover all lost energy from the tiresome wedding preparations you’ve been through in the past months. The Banjaran Hotsprings Retreat is your top pick for a tranquil and rejuvenating stay in Ipoh. You can choose among the spacious villas that all come with a private pool and outdoor hot tub.

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