14 Most Romantic Accommodations In Malaysia For A Private Weekend Away

Amid the hustle and bustle that life brings, it’s great to take a breather and enjoy a relaxing moment spent together with your significant other. Apart from a fantastic bonding time as a couple, it’s also a good way to realign your mind, body, and soul.

If a Malaysian getaway is what you have in mind, there are many nature and beach resorts where you can build your holiday’s love nest. Whether you’re heading for a quick trip to Seremban or Penang, here are the places you and your partner can spend the day together.

Kuala Lumpur
1. Villa Samadhi
Smacked in the heart of Kuala Lumpur is a love nest named Villa Samadhi. A luxurious retreat fronted by a free-form swimming pool, this is where busy couples go when they need a break from the energetic city of Kuala Lumpur

There are five room categories to choose from, but our favourite is the Loft. Dubbed as the honeymoon suite at Villa Samadhi, lovebirds will appreciate the private outdoor plunge pool that overlooks the city’s skyline. Coupled with a king-sized bed, rain shower and veranda, you can also cozy up with your significant other by the Lagoon for an afternoon of relaxation. Another favourite is the Sarang that comes with a lovely living area, a private kitchenette, and indoor Jacuzzi.

Pahang
2. Mangala Resorts & Spa
Mangala Resorts sure knows how to make a couple feel right at home in the middle of a tropical splendor. Situated in Kuantan, this luxurious resort is occupied by various villa accommodations. For couples who love to have their own private pool, check for Vana Villa and Vana Suite’s availability.

Aside from the tranquillity and solitude, the villas are kitted out with comfortable beds, private verandas, and living areas. With a choice of lake or forest views to admire, you definitely have a reason to wake up early: a breakfast for two every day.

freelance-travel-writer-malaysia-1aCredit: Mangala Resort & Spa on Facebook

3. Cameron Highlands Resort
Couples make their trip to Cameron Highlands for its fresh breeze and green landscape. If you need a place to stay, there’s no better place like Cameron Highlands Resort. Thoughtfully furnished with elegant colonial design and bespoke furniture, you’ll love the length the resort goes to, to make you and your partner feel comfortable.

There are many things you can do to seal the couple’s experience at this resort. Whether you opt for an afternoon tea experience, a three-hour Cameron Highlands leisure trail or a nocturnal jungle trekking adventure, it’ll be a fun trip for nature-appreciating lovebirds.

Sarawak
4. Mulu Marriott Resort & Spa
For the adventurous duo that plans to explore the Gunung Mulu National Park, consider a night’s stay at the Mulu Marriott Resort & Spa. A five-star resort that is equipped with the finest service and amenities, it’s a delight to wake up to the sounds of birds chirping and rustling trees every morning.

Splurge away on their Riverside suites that are equipped with king-size bedding, a lovely bathtub, and a scenic outdoor deck. Their spa is also designed with private treatment rooms for an afternoon of private couple’s massage and facials.

Sabah
5. Bunga Raya Island Resort & Spa
With Gaya Island as its home, the Bunga Raya Island Resort & Spa is a Sabahan paradise that we hope will be seen by many. A favourite among couples near and far, it’s the relaxing and enchanting atmosphere that keeps lovebirds coming.

There are many rooms that are perfect for two, but our hearts beckon for a stay in their villa that comes with a private pool. It’s also designed with its very own sun deck so you and your lover can enjoy the natural sea breeze any time of the day.

freelance-travel-writer-malaysia-1bCredit: Bungaraya Island Resort on Facebook

This is a condensed version of the article titled ’14 Most Romantic Accommodations In Malaysia For A Private Weekend Away’ published on Have Halal Will Travel in Jan 2018. Kindly refer to this link to view from its original publication.

 

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