If you are yet to decide the destination for your first holiday together as husband and wife, honeymoon package Malaysia is worth having a look. One of the most beautiful travel destinations of the world, Malaysia offers a great wealth of indulgent and inspiring activities to holidaymakers.
Live the experience you can dream of and make an idyllic start to your married life in Malaysia
With its spellbinding mix of historic sites, world-class infrastructure, culture delights, nature’s wonders, this Asian country is a dream land of every honeymooner; after all, who will not wish to swim in the exquisite sunshine by a pristine white sandy beach, indulge in exotic romance on a unique private island, hack through jungle to get close to gorgeous orangutans, get excited with dynamic cities, go shopping, pamper their body in a luxury spa, bunch up adventure and romance by climbing Borneo’s Mount Kinabalu, and/or to explore the heart-stopping Cameron Highlands.
The unmatched diversity and beauty of Malaysia along with the endless choice of attractions and activities it offers make it the ideal place for honeymoon couples to celebrate their new beginning in their lives together.
The top 4 honeymoon special attractions of Malaysia include:
Beach and Island Resorts – The country is bestowed with some of the finest beaches of the world. One of the most favorites with the honeymooners is the striking island of Langkawi, with a selection of tranquil resorts by the turquoise blue waters of the Andaman Sea. Another great beach destination is Penang – the historic island capital of Georgetown which is home to colorful and vibrant night markets and. Situated on the eastern coastline of Malaysia is the charming region of Kuantan. It offers stunning views of the nature scenery and quiet, silver hue beaches splashed by the waters of the South China Sea.
Kuala Lumpur – The capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur is worth staying for a day or two during your honeymoon in the country. From shoppers’ paradise and budget stalls of Chinatown to the flower scented bird and butterfly houses of the Lake Gardens, there are countless things to see and do here. Moreover, with a new monorail, it has become a lot more convenient to travel around the city. You may also hire a car or campervan and head down to the Cameron Highlands, Kuantan or to Penang.
Borneo Wildlife – Borneo, the third largest island in the world and the largest island of Asia, inhabits the Malaysian states of Sabah and Sarawak that are word-famous for their amazing wildlife. Don’t forget to visit the orangutans in Sepilok or Selingan Islands where you can see turtles laying their eggs on the beach. With its lush green and dense forest interior bordered by fine, golden hue beach, Borneo is indeed a value addition to Malaysia’s tourist attractions.
What’s the best time to travel?
Though Malaysia has tropical climate all year round, certain timeframes are better for specific resorts. For example, the East Coast resorts see heavy rain in November and December but are best to visit the rest of the year; the best time to explore the West Coast beaches of Langkawi and Penang is between December and April; Kuala Lumpur remains warm throughout the year but the temperature is highest between June and August; Borneo too sees warm climate all year round with heavy rainfall in November-January.
So, what’s stopping you now? Your dream honeymoon Malaysia is waiting for you!