Five unique places to go for a vacation in Malaysia

It is the holiday season: and you are planning to go for a vacation to a place you’ve never been before, to stay in a different, not-your-typical-hotel kind of place, while considering your budget, and looking for flight ticket promotions. While browsing the Internet, you begin feeling a little concerned about the currency exchange rate. Not to worry! Take a look at the list below that we have provided for you: options that you could consider as an exclusive, one of a kind experience. As a bonus, all these places are located in our very own country, Malaysia!

  1. Banjaran Hotsprings


    If you’re looking for a place to escape from the hectic city life, this is the place you should be in. With soothing hot springs, magnificent waterfalls and natural caves, this trip will give you the peace and tranquility that you need. Banjaran Hotsprings also offers cool facilities that you might never heard of such as Thermal Steam Caves, Ice Bath and also Geothermal-heated swimming pool. Rest assured that while you’re here, you would be too cozy to even think about the workload that you left behind.

  2. Macalister Mansion


    If you’re in a mood to have a fancy getaway and feel like a royal guest, check in to Macalister Mansion located up north in Penang. This mansion was an old English mansion in the honour of Sir Norman Macalister, one of the first British Governors of Penang from 1808 – 1810. This mansion also has 8 unique rooms, each individually designed with specially commissioned art pieces to compliment them.

  3. Anggun Boutique Hotel


    If you’re a true admirer of the city life and you just have no heart to leave the city to go for a holiday, we have just the place for you. Anggun Boutique Hotel is located within the Golden Triangle. This place has a combination of history and culture with modern architectural designs, giving you the best of both worlds. The ambience of the hotel would give you the impression that you’re in a whole different place, without even leaving KL.

  4. Templer Park Rainforest Retreat


    Here’s another bonus for those who’d like to travel around the KL area: Surrounded with the views of Kanching Rainforest Reserve, you can transport yourself from the concrete jungle to this rainforest in just 30 minutes. Also, this is a place where you can hold private parties with your friends, as there is a private infinity pool for swimming (with jet spa + splash pool) and a BBQ pit with charcoal provided. But don’t worry, if you think it’s a hassle to cook food on your own, Tesco is just 5 minutes away!

  5. The Baba House


    Of all the places in Malaysia, you can never go wrong when you choose Malacca as your holiday destination. This historical place is rich in culture and the food is simply delicious; and there’s a place to stay that compliments the idea. Peranakan culture, traditional Chinese Baroque, Chinese Victorian and Dutch design are the elements that set The Baba House unique from the other hotels. The house looks so classic and traditional that you will feel like you’re in a different era, the era where time passes by slowly and you’d willingly put your tech gadgets away and just relax and unwind.

All these places are unique and truly exciting. You can even try going to all these places this month if you have the time and budget! So pack your bags, leave your worries behind and go with your friends and family for an escapade.