Malaysia’s beaches are some of the best in the world. Sunny breezes, white sandy beaches and a serene atmosphere are our hallmark of perfection.
|1:||Sheraton Langkawi Resort|
|2:||Bintang Fairlane Residences|
|3:||Sheraton Imperial KL|
|4:||One Hotel Helang|
|5:||Furama Bukit Bintang Hotel|
|6:||Hydro Hotel Penang|
|7:||Berjaya Langkawi Resort|
|8:||Swiss-Inn Kuala Lumpur|
|9:||Hatten Hotel Melaka|
|10:||Renaissance Hotel KL|
|1:||Langkawi Day Discovery Tour|
|2:||KL Hop On Hop Off Ticket|
|3:||Cable Car and Oriental Village Tour|
|4:||Langkawi Island Hopping|
|5:||Langkawi Island Hopping & Eagle Feeding|
|6:||KL Full Day Tour|
|7:||Payar Island Marine Park Excursion|
|8:||Half Day Batu Cave Countryside|
|9:||KL Half Day City Tour|
|10:||Langkawi Eagle Feeding & Mangrove|
Every weekend, Malaysians in the south state of Johor flock to Desaru, a 25 stretch of warm beach just 98km away from its capital Johor Bahru. The water sports industry is at its zenith here. Water skiing, canoeing and catamaran sailing activities are some of the developments in this famous beach. Other activities you can do include horse-riding, archery, camping and off-road adventures in 4x4 vehicles.
Just 15 minutes away by car from Kota Kinabalu, Tanjung Aru’s long line of sandy beach dotted with casuarina trees provides a peaceful and inviting sight. The beach is a popular sport to swim, relax and watch the beautiful sunsets of Sabah.
Rantau Abang is the only location in Malaysia where the massive leatherback; the largest turtle species on Earth, comes to nest every year. Between May and September, visitors who come here to Rantau Abang in Dungun, Terengganu, will get a rare glimpse of leatherbacks climbing the gentle beach slopes to lay their eggs and return to the sea.