Malaysia: A Romantic & Budget-Friendly Destination

If you love diversity, are looking for a place that has tranquility and peace to offer to you, it is Malaysia calling for you. The culturally diverse nation that it is, it has a diverse geography too. There are mountains and then there are beaches, this place has everything to offer to you which would make your much awaited and dreamt of honeymoon even better than you expected it to be. This country has the glitter of peace, beauty and warmth to add to your golden days of togetherness and freedom.  With every bit of natural beauty it has been blessed with, Malaysia truly proves the tagline often associated with the country, Malaysia truly Asia.

If you like to shop, oh! Well Kuala Lumpur, would await you with all love and warmth. The country capital is a shopper’s delight, you’d be also amazed to see the work culture here, seeing most executives dressed in a similar manner is admirable, you could also head to Little India and China town to understand and appreciate the multicultural nature of this beautiful country.

If architecture interests you, Melaka’s architectural design would not fail to amaze you. Towards the west coast, the island of Penang awaits its visitors with all its beauty and serenity intact. This island had some historical buildings from the colonial time proudly standing strong and giving away the country’s history.
If you’re a nature lover, head towards the hills. Cameron’s highland and Fraser’s hills, cool temperature, soothing atmosphere, just sitting on the rooftop with your beloved and watching birds flying across the sky would give you so much inner peace and many blissful moments. Nature is at its best here, the hills are rich in flora and nature lovers would have fun discovering various species of plants in the vicinity.

The east coach has a rustic appeal, if you want to understand the local culture of the people here, Pulao Perhentian and Pulao Tioman would be a brilliant idea. These islands would not only give you an idea about the local traditions but also will have some excellent craftwork to show you.
Taman Negara must be visited if you’re an animal lover, this rainforest has a wildlife park spread across 4000 sq. kilometers, the park is capable of keeping you busy for days. The entire experience of spending time here with your loved one away from the regular luxurious set up of our lifestyle would only bring the two of you closer and strengthen your relationship.

For the adventure loving couples and for all those who get excited by the idea of climbing and conquering great heights facing all odds, Gunung Mullu National Park, Kelabit Highlands, Mount Kinabalu offer you exactly what you want.  You could also go to Sabah; this place is known to be rich in wildlife. Similarly Pulao Sipadan has a rich marine life, heading towards southern Philippines, it is a home to numerous sharks, fishes and turtles, and the view is exotic!
Best time to visit– weather wise Malaysia sees most tourists during March to Early October, during this time the weather is at its best, it is less sunny and less humid. If you can handle rain, January February can be a good time to visit too, because of the festive celebration that take place here. Being a multicultural nation, Malaysia celebrates most festivals like we do.

If you’re a foodie, you will have a great time here, consisting of two of the world’s most favorite cuisines- Chinese and Indian, you can find mouth watering food waiting for you to hog on.
Welcome to Malaysia, celebrate love, pamper each other and find solace within and around you.