Malaysia’s islands are some of the best in the world. Sunny breezes, white sandy beaches and a serene atmosphere are the hallmark of their allure.
|1:||1881 Chong Tian Hotel|
|2:||Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur|
|3:||The Andaman, a Luxury Collection Resort, Langkawi|
|4:||Furama Bukit Bintang Hotel|
|5:||Cameron Highlands Resort|
|6:||Sunbow Hotel Residency|
|7:||WEIL Hotel Ipoh|
|8:||The Royale Chulan|
|9:||One Hotel Helang|
|10:||Copthorne Orchid Penang|
|1:||KL Hop On Hop Off Ticket (24 Hours)|
|2:||Langkawi Day Discovery|
|3:||Langkawi Cable Car and Oriental Village Tour|
|4:||Langkawi Island Hopping (SIC)|
|5:||Half Day Batu Caves Experience|
|6:||Kuala Lumpur Full Day Tour|
|7:||Half Day Kuala Lumpur City Tour|
|8:||Payar Island Marine Park Excursion|
|9:||Sunset BBQ Buffet Dinner Cruise|
|10:||Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary|
This is another magical, but often overlooked, island off the coast of Terengganu with coral-rich gardens in its waters.
Often sought after by diving enthusiasts around the world, Perhentian island has an unspoilt beauty that will allure you.
Winner of numerous tourism and diving awards, the seas of Sipadan in Sabah are renowned for having more than 3000 species of fish and coral live in its ecosystem. Divers can even explore an underwater limestone cavern here.
Despite once being catapulted to world news for terrorist kidnappings, Sipadan is now very safe and closely guarded by the marines.