Top 5 Breathtaking Getaways in Malaysia

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With expenses and stress growing out of the rooftop, many of us are deprived of a proper getaway. As much as we’ve been drooling at photos of paradise such as maldives and bora bora etc. How many of us can honestly afford the time to travel that far away for just pure relaxation?

These 8 Malaysia’s destinations will have you realise that
paradise isn’t that unreachable after all!


1. Sipadan Island


Away from the hustle and bustle of city life,
Sipadan Island is a diving paradise and a protected marine park.
One of the notable features of Sipadan Island is the underwater turtle tomb
that houses many skeletal remains of turtles.

It’s no wonder that most of the visitors on Sipadan Island are diving enthusiasts.
After all, no underwater lovers would want to miss out this eyeopening experience of
witnessingmore than 20 turtles during their underwater dive!

Perhentian Island


If your perfect retreat getaway involves sun-drenched beaches with refreshing breeze,
Perhentian Island’s the one that you should go for!

It’s one of the best scuba diving and snorkeling spots in Malaysia and offers
numerous affordable choices of accommodation.

The sea water is crystal clear and most beaches are well-facilitated.
Located at the west of Perhentian Besar in Terengganu,
it takes approximately seven hours or less to reach the destination if you’re driving from KL. You can also take a flight to Kota Bharu Airport.


3. Banjaran Hotsprings


One may say that a getaway should be simple and relaxing,
others may prefer to go all out and pamper themselves with a luxurious spa holiday.

Banjaran Hotsprings provides a wonderful spa experience with its geothermal hot springs and a naturally heated swimming pool,
as well as a steam cave and ice baths.

Located in the deep rainforest in Ipoh City, it is a two hour drive from city of KL.
This five-star luxury retreat sanctuary offers exclusive butler services
for the ultimate hospitality experience.



4. B
agus Place Retreat, Pulau Tioman


Similar to Perhentian Island,
the beautiful Tioman Island is also another option for island lovers.
Bagus Place Retreat in Tioman Island provides you an unforgettable holiday experience with its peaceful sanctuary of breathtaking sea view
and beautiful white sand beaches.

The water sports offer at the Bagus Place Retreat includes kayaking, paddling, diving and snorkeling. Jungle trekking and rock-pooling are available as well.
They offer different styles of chalets for example Rumah Laut or the Rock House,
and packages include meals and soft drinks.


Samadhi Retreat

villa samadhi

Samadhi Retreat is a one-of-a-kind private retreat located at two different places:
Japamala Resorts in Tioman Island and Villa Samadhi in KL.

The retreat sanctuary is intentionally hidden from the street view in KL
and the exotic décor is its most distinguishing feature.
The Samadhi Retreat at Japamala Resorts, on the other hand,
offers absolute harmony without any stressful or annoying interruption.

A number of water-based activities are provided as well including kayaking,
diving and just exploring the island.

Website: OR KL’s Villa Samadhi

– Source: Lipstiq

It’s indeed unbelievable.
Who would have thought that our neighbouring country harbours such beauty?

Share it and let more Singaporeans know :)
Time to plan for a getaway!


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