Discover Malaysia on honeymoon


Discover Malaysia on honeymoon

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More and more newlyweds are falling in love with Malaysia as their honeymoon destination and it’s easy to see why. Malaysia offers newlyweds some of the finest honeymoon packages around, with an eclectic mix of a rich culture, an extremely biodiversity wildlife, incredible cuisine and an abundance of top tourist attractions to entertain the most discerning travellers.

Malaysia is one of the most established destinations in Asia, Malaysia offers tourists world class resorts, unspoiled rainforests and a lively capital city, and above all Malaysia is a very peaceful destination and is a favourite for honeymoons and family holidays.Malaysia is divided into two main parts, the mainland of Peninsula Malaysia including the islands of Langkawi, Penang and Pangkor, which neighbours Singapore to the south and Thailand to the north. Malaysia is a country which is very proud of its history and roots, with regions such as Penang and Kuala Lumpur boasting colourful architecture and incredible museums.

The capital of Malaysia is Kula Lumpur and is a thoroughly modern Asian city, but areas such as Taman Negara boast million year old rainforests and fishing villages on the East coast exist just as they did 100′s of years ago. What attracts most honeymooners to Malaysia is its pristine beaches, with some of the most picturesque in the world.The best time to visit Malaysia is between November and April; however the east coast of Malaysia experiences monsoons from November to January. If you’re visiting for less than 30 days to Malaysia a visa is not needed, however your passport needs to be valid for a minimum of six months.

Some of the top attractions and places to visit in Malaysia include Penang, Cameron Highland, Taman Negara, Pulau Redang, Sarawak, Melka, Langkawi and many more. Here is a small taster of what to experience in some of Malaysia’s finest regions.

A visit to the Penang region is a highlight to any trip to Malaysia with must see sites such as the Kek Lok Si temple, Penang Hill and Snake Temple. Cameron Highland is where you can take a trip put to the world famous tea plantations, sipping the local tea whilst on a local steamboat, travelling up the river whilst also enjoying some fine dining. Teman Negara is where you can embark on an elephant ride through the jungle; other attractions here include excellent fishing and the opportunity to explore the Endao Rompin National Park. Should you wish to go snorkelling the region I would suggest to do this would be in Pulau Redang; these east coast islands have excellent snorkelling, scuba diving and vibrant coral.

Some of the best honeymoon packages can be found in Asia, what makes a honeymoon to Malaysia so special is that it can easily be combined with another country in Asia such as Thailand, Hong Kong or Laos. A vacation to Malaysia can also be a great way to break up a flight to Australia or New Zealand, soaking up some Malaysian culture whilst recharging your batteries for your trip down under.

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Jack Jones recommends Turquoise Holidays; please visit http://www.turquoiseholidays.co.uk for the best honeymoon packages family holidays and luxury holidays.

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Jack Jones recommends Turquoise Holidays; please visit http://www.turquoiseholidays.co.uk for the best honeymoon packages family holidays and luxury holidays.












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