Top 5 unique holiday getaways you have to see in Malaysia

Top 5 unique holiday getaways in Malaysia

With today’s hectic lifestyle, we get very little time to relax and unwind and plan for a holiday in the beautiful, multicultural Malaysia. We need to keep work and fun balance in order to stay productive. That is why when you do get time off work, you deserve to enjoy yourself to the fullest. In this article, we will tell you about 5 of the best and unique holiday getaways you will find here in Malaysia.


1. Bamboo Village, KL

Filled with rustic cottages and bungalows in an ornate forest, Bamboo Village is the perfect nature holiday for those who want a break from the hustle and bustle of the many cities in Malaysia. Bamboo chalets are surrounded by lively wildlife and dense trees. It even has a natural hot spring. Bamboo village is conveniently located just 30 minutes away from KLCC, making it easy and quick break to get to for city dwellers.


2. Bus Chalet, Melaka

For a refreshing difference that you can talk about for months to come, this is a trendy holiday destination! In Klebang Besar Melaka, a fleet of 40 buses have been refurbished and converted into individual chalets. There is a cafe, a souvenir shop, and bathrooms in buses as well. The ‘Bustels’ come mostly with two rooms each, with an en-suite bathroom and a view of the sea. Visitors are free to choose the ‘Bustel’ they want to stay in.


3. Terrapuri Heritage Village, Terengganu

This resort consists of 20 restored antique wooden Malay houses, all of which are between 100 and 250 years old. Never fear, they now provide all the modern amenities for a comfortable stay. Terrapuri – which means ‘the land of palaces,’ also offers tours to a turtle sanctuary, diving trips, firefly tours and more.

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4. Farmville Café and Homestay, Sekinchan, Selangor

Sekinchan in Selangor is a quiet fishing village filled with blue skies, lush paddy fields and seafood galore. Organise a stay at Site B, a container homestay, and have fun exploring the village and unwinding at their golf course and café. Before you leave, soak in a beautiful sunset at their tranquil beach!


5. Mongolian Yurt, Kundasang Sabah

A Yurt – or a ‘ger’ in Mongolian – is a circular tent-like structure made of a wooden frame covered in felt. The Wind Paradise resort is a place where, instead of lodges, guests stay in yurts, complete with beds, an attached bathroom, kitchen utilities and other basic amenities. Spend your time here and walk around Kinabalu Park, enjoy some tea at the Sabah tea garden and drop by the Desa Dairy Farm.

You deserve the best. Treat yourself to an awesome holiday, relax your mind and body and recharge yourself.

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