Honeymoon in Malaysia - The beautiful destination of Malaysia offers many special attractions to its visitors.
Honeymoon in Malaysia
Malaysia is one of the most preferred honeymoon destination in Asia. Malaysia leaves an experience so enriching that it is also called 'Truly Asia' for providing a beautiful mix of adventure and relaxation. A trip to Malaysia will introduce you to a wide variety of adventure tours including popular sports such as mountain climbing, para gliding and river rafting. Contact our tour planner for the best price quotations on Malaysia tours, itinerary suggestions, booking information and place online request for a trip to the beautiful destination of Malaysia.
Malaysia Travel Attractions
While honeymoon in Malaysia, you can enjoy several travel attractions.
Malaysia possess a long coastline that translates into hundreds of impressive beaches, ranging from the powdery stretches of sand that characterize the eastern coastline of Peninsular Malaysia to the black sand beach of Pantai Pasir Hitam and the smooth pebble beach of Pantai Batu Kerikil. Shores of Malaysia put forth excellent idyllic locales that can be explored by young newly-wed couples. Malaysian beaches impart a sense of languid peace and a distinct feeling.
Most developed hill resort in Malaysia is Genting Highlands, fifty kilometres off capital Kuala Lumpur. It offers a cool respite from bustling capital combined with all excitement, luxury, and entertainment of a world class resort destination. Many locals head for Genting Highlands specifically for its exciting nightlife in their holidays.
Those couples, who want adventure during their honeymoon need to see this face of Malaysia. Its primal forests, ranging from shoreline mangrove to mountaintop oak, are the source of extraordinary wild beauty. The National parks have astounding diversity of flowers, birds, wildlife, and marine life.
Places in Malaysia
KL caters to all shopping impulses of the tourists. The city has vibrant street life, busy nightlife, mouth-watering food, rollicking nightlife, sky-kissing buildings and evocative museums. Most famous landmark of KL are Petronas Towers. The skybridge linking the two towers at the 41st-42nd floors offers sweeping views of the city. Menara KL is a strikingly beautiful telecommunications tower. Design of this building is based on the spinning tops. Merdeka Square holds some fine architecture including a 100-year old fountain and the tallest flagpole in the world.
Other important places in the city are St Mary's Cathedral, Masjid Jamek, Masjid Negara, Islamic Arts Museum, Central market, Sze Ya Temple, Kwong Siew Chinese Association Temple, Kuala Lumpur Railway Station, Istana Negara, Muzium Negara and Taman Tasik Perdana. As for shopping, KL provides lots of options, whether you like mall-hopping or bargaining.
Melaka is meant for sun-soaked walks. Places you can visit in Melaka are St Paul's Church, A' Famosa, Christ Church and Main Square, Stadthuys, Masjid Kampung Kling, Sri Poyyatha Vinayagar Temple, Bukit Cina, museums, Tranquerah Mosque, Medan Portugis and Melaka River. If you want to shop in Malaysia, the best option would be antiques.
Fragrant air coming from tea plantation makes breathing a pleasant activity in Cameron Islands. No tour of Cameron Islands is complete without visiting tea plantations. We suggest to drive across hills at night. Illumination of the farm lamps placed over flowerbeds give the hillside a mysterious look. Not forget to visit Cactus Valley and Sam Poh Buddhist Temple.
Rain is woven into the life of Taiping. If you like rains, gardens and small town atmosphere, you can visit Taiping. Popular tourist attractions in Malaysia are Lake Gardens, Taiping Zoo, Bukit Larut, Perak Museum, Taiping Market, All Saints' Church and Cemetery and colonial-era schools.
It would be very hard to find a better word than 'untouched' to describe the forest Taman Negara. Strong scent of pure aroma is always filled in the air of Taman Negara. The National Park is among the largest national parks not only in Malaysia, but whole region of South-East Asia. Walking in this forest, you would feel that you have a special hideaway of nature.
Honeymoon in Malaysia would be highly productive if you prefer that adrenalin rush. Rainforests of the country are roughly the size of the entire Britain. Treks in these forests and viewing wildlife here is pure form of adventure. Mulu National Park offers world's most incredible cave system. Climb Mount Kinabalu, the highest peak in South-East Asia. Enjoy diving in Pulau Langkawi, Pulau Rusukan and Pulau Tioman. Have a fun-filled in any of Malaysia's lazy rivers.