Unique hotel in malaysia: 12 Unique Hotels in Malaysia for an Extra Special Getaway

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12 Unique Hotels in Malaysia for an Extra Special Getaway


As more and more people start to travel, we tend to look out for more interesting places that are special and rarely seen. This applies to hotels as well, and travelers are now on the lookout for the coolest, hippest, and most unique hotels to share on social media. From jungle abodes and water chalets to heritage buildings and luxurious villas, the search is endless. So on your next vacation, why not choose a stay that will make your experience that much more memorable?

Here are 12 unique hotels in Malaysia that would look awesome on your Instagram feed!

Unique Hotels in Malaysia

Nestled in a tranquil oasis in the middle of the bustling metropolitan city of Kuala Lumpur, Villa Samadhi will make you feel as if you’ve stepped into a secret paradise. The only of its kind in the city, this luxury boutique resort is the city’s best-kept secret.

The villa is built in a modern rustic style complete with wooden furniture, bamboo decorations, stone statues and lush greenery. This peaceful retreat is the perfect place for couples that want a romantic runaway together, or for travelers who want to explore the city, yet appreciate some quiet time with cocktails overlooking the pool.

The city of Penang is filled with old heritage mansions turned boutique hotels, and the Edison Georgetown is one such building. Built in early 20th century as a residential mansion for a local Chinese tycoon, it survived World War II and from the 1950’s, housed the iconic and infamous Cathay Hotel.

The Anglo-Colonial mansion has since been renamed, renovated and restored to its former glory – shuttered windows, cast-iron beams, open-aired courtyards and all. Walking into the hotel is like taking a walk into the past.

The hotel provides all-inclusive services so that you can help yourself to their whole array of snacks, local desserts, coffee, tea and soft drinks any time of the day. However, if you’re looking to stuff yourself with some of the best local Penang street food, look no further as the hotel is situated in central Georgetown, where the most popular eats can be found.

3 – Lounge in Pool Villas Over the Straits of Malacca

Lexis Hibiscus, Port Dickson

Just a stone’s throw away from Malaysia’s bustling capital city of Kuala Lumpur is the beach town of Port Dickson, where the beautifully positioned villas of the Lexis Hibiscus make out the shape of a hibiscus over the waters of the Straits of Malacca. Each over-water villa in the resort is equipped with its own private dip pool and steam room, with some overlooking the wide-open sea.

The resort offers a comfortable atmosphere for a fun staycation for the entire family, and can also provide a romantic ambiance for couples. You’ll definitely be spoiled for choice when it comes to activities — you can choose if you prefer time with the kids at the playground, zooming around on a bicycle, or taking evening walks by the beach.

4) Chill out in a Refurbished Concrete Pipe – Tubotel Langkawi

The beautiful Malaysian island of Langkawi is a popular destination, with only a few unique hotels that stand out among its many accommodation choices. One of them is the Tubotel. The name of the hotel describes it perfectly – their rooms are made from tubes, or more specifically, drainage pipes. These small tubes can only fit a bed, and are lined up in a neat row overlooking the sea. The hotel also offers garden tubes and container bunk beds.

Tubotel is a simple, no-frills hotel for the budget-conscious traveler. It exudes a relaxing and laid-back vibe, and is the perfect vacation spot to rest, unwind and chill. Imagine waking up in the morning to the sound of the waves crashing onto the rocks outside your tube room and ending the day with the most gorgeous sunset. It really can’t get any more island-y than that!

The beautiful Malihom Private Estate is a hidden jungle paradise on the island of Penang. It is the perfect place to getaway from the modern concrete jungle and immerse yourself in the wonders of nature. The resort is made up of a group of traditional Thai rice barns that have been converted into gorgeous private villas, whilst retaining their traditional beauty. You will be pampered with the resort’s luxurious facilities – some villas offer outdoor bathtubs and decks with bamboo hammocks.

Nothing beats waking up to the views of lush greenery and the sounds of the forest in the morning. And while you can spend the day whiling the day away in this jungle retreat, you can also choose to take a walk on the trails through the countryside, or soothe your troubles away with a relaxing massage.

In the middle of Kuala Lumpur’s Bukit Bintang area is a hotel built from renewable freight containers, and fittingly named the Container Hotel. The eco-friendly hotel has redesigned and redecorated each of these containers with colorful and modern features, which blends in with the vibrant vibe of the city center.

Container Hotel is an affordable, fun and unique experience for travelers looking for a one-of-a-kind stay while visiting Malaysia’s capital city. The other different room types offered at the hotel are the concrete pipe rooms and the campsite rooms.

There is no better way to relax than soaking in a hot spring surrounded by limestone cliffs and lush rainforest. This is one of the most alluring features of the Banjaran Hotsprings Retreat in Malaysia’s northern state of Perak.

Nestled in a valley with natural geothermal hot springs, the resort offers the ultimate wellness facilities like dipping pool hot springs, an ice bath, a crystal cave, a thermal steam cave, a meditation cave, fish pool spas and guided jungle walks. This luxurious spa retreat is the perfect hideaway for a unique pampering experience.

Set amidst the lovely hills of Cameron Highlands, the Lakehouse is an old Tudor-style country house overlooking the Sultan Abu Bakar Lake. Built in the late 1960’s by a retired British Colonel, the boutique resort still retains its endearing old world charm.

Everything about the property pays tribute to its English heritage – wooden beams, four-poster beds, antique furniture and even a comfy fireplace. You can spend your afternoon savoring a cuppa English tea in the cooling outdoors, reminiscent of Malaysia’s British colonial past.

9) A Charming Peranakan House – Hotel Puri Melaka

Hotel Puri Melaka is located in Malaysia’s historical city of Melaka, housed in a historical 19th century Peranakan house within a row of buildings that once belonged to the Chinese millionaires during the city’s heyday. Known as the Millionaires’ Row back then, most of the ancestral homes on this street have been refurbished and restored to its former glory.

The hotel brings you back to the past grandeur of the Straits Chinese with its stunning Peranakan furnishings, antique decorations, wooden flooring and beautiful chandeliers. It offers guests a unique glimpse into Melaka’s Peranakan culture; and because of its strategic location along Melaka’s popular Jonker Street, it is also the perfect base to experience all the city has to offer.

10) Savour A Little Taste of Bali – Ipoh Bali Hotel

Ipoh Bali Hotel makes you feel as if you’ve stepped into the magical island of Bali. The hotel’s use of rustic natural wood, luxurious antique furnishings and lush greenery inspired by the Balinese architecture and interior design belies the fact that you’re actually in the small town of Ipoh.

The Zen-like features of the resort give its guests a calm and soothing environment, adding to the Balinese stay experience. With small touches like bamboo cages, Balinese paintings, and wooden trinkets and decorations, you can forget where you are for a moment, and enjoy the contemporary and luxurious beach vibe the resort brings.

 

Terrapuri translates to the ‘Land of Palaces’, which is an apt name to describe the 29 classic Malay houses that make up the Terrapuri Heritage Village in the state of Terengganu. The resort is a conservation and restoration project, and each of the antique houses in Terrapuri age between 100 and 250 years old. Rescued from demolition and restored to its former beauty, the houses are built entirely of Chengal wood and held together without the use of any nails.

The resort sits in between the beautiful South China Sea and the mangrove river of the Setiu Wetland. It is a great base to enjoy what the East Coast of Malaysia has to offer – fishing, diving, turtle watching, firefly tours and of course, the beach.

12 – Live it up in a Tree House


Permai Rainforest Resort

The Permai Rainforest Resort is an eco-resort that sits inside the beautiful Borneo rainforest at the foot of Mount Santubong and the shores of the South China Sea. Located in Santubong, about a half hour’s drive from Sarawak’s capital city of Kuching, the resort offers its guests the opportunity to get back to nature — the wonderfully rich biodiversity of its natural surroundings allows for activities like hiking and birdwatching; as well as beach activities like water sports.

The best feature of the resort has got to be its lovely tree house villas. Built on stilts 20 feet above the ground, the villas make you feel like a kid again in your very own treehouse amidst the gorgeous forest canopy. There are also cabins, as well as single and double story units that cater to friends and families.

With a choice of these unique accommodations, your weekends and holidays will be filled with staycations of uncovering many different places and unique experiences all over Malaysia. So get those cameras ready and plan your next getaway!

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Say goodbye to conventional and boring rooms in hotels and say hello to these mind-blowing places to book for your next staycation.

Here are some unique hotels in Malaysia that you do not want to miss out the next time you’re planning for a cuti-cuti Malaysia kind of getaway!

1. Time Capsule Retreat, Pahang

Located in the middle of Sungai Lembing Town in Kuantan, Pahang, it is a quiet family run retreat that faces a lush forest reserve with great views, cool temperatures and a calming ambiance.

 

Find out more here: https://www.timecapsuleretreat.com

2. Tubotel Langkawi

A first budget concept hotel of its kind, guests get to live in a concrete tube overlooking the beautiful scenery of Langkawi. They also offer a female dormitory that’s perfect of backpackers.

Find out more here: http://www.tubotel.com/website/

3.  Container Hotel KL

Located right in the heart of KL, the unique eco building has rooms that have been fashion thematically. Perfect for the younger crowd, it also features concrete rooms, similar to tubes that is great for adventurous sleepers who want to sleep under the night sky. They’ve also got indoor camp sites for the free spirited ones!

Find out more here: https://chgworld.com/kl.html

4. UFO Capsule Hotel, KL

Located behind Berjaya Times Square, guests get to sleep in capsule rooms, much like astronauts. With features like air-conditioning, a universal power point and mini desk, it is great for backpackers!

Find out more here: https://www.facebook.com/ufocapsulehotel/

5. Farm Ville Sekinchan

Located at the paddy fields of Sekinchan, it is a countryside hotel that is great for those looking for a tranquil stay away from the city. Guests get to wake up to fresh air and a great view as well as experience the uniquely designed hotel!

Find out more here: https://www.facebook.com/farmvillecafehomestay/

6. The Dusun, Negeri Sembilan

Located in Negeri Sembilan, it is a small nature resort that consists of 7 houses, each unique in its own way! Guests get to experience mother nature without compromising on security and privacy.

Find out more here: http://thedusun.com.my/

7. Permai Rainforest Resort, Sarawak

Located in Sarawak, at the foot of Mount Santubong, on the shores of the South China Sea, it is an eco-resort that is designed for guests to discover and expereince the beauty and serenity of nature, without disrupting the flora and fauna.

Find out more here: http://permairainforest.com/intro.asp

8. Sekeping Serendah Retreat. Serendah

Located in Serendah, an hour drive north from Kuala Lumpur, it is a private retreat that celebrates the beauty of the natural enviroment surrounding it. The sheds are kept basic and are seen more as ‘glorified tents’. It has 10 sheds that float gently over the forest floor beside a bubbling brook.

Find out more here: https://www.sekeping.com/

9. Tabin Wildlife Resort, Sabah

Located in Sabah, it features a total of 20 units of jungle lodges. 10 units of it are river lodges that are authentic Borneo timber bungalows that can accommodate up to 3 people per lodge. The other 10 are hill lodges that are authentic Borneo timber bungalows as well.

Find out more here: http://www.tabinwildlife.com.my/resort.cfm

10. Tanah Aina Fahad Glamping Resort, Pahang

Located in Raub, in the jungles of Pahang, guests get to experience glamping and sleep in tents with beds! It’s great for adventure seekers, nature lovers or anyone that’s looking for a calm getaway. With cooling temparatures, it also has lush greenery and a flowing fresh water river and waterfalls.

Find out more here: http://www.tanahaina.com/fahad/

11. Terra’s Tree House, Cameron Highlands

Located in the mountain region of Cameron Highlands, it features 6 authentic houses built with bamboo and Nipah palm’s leaf, overlooking view of the jungle. It requires a 4×4 off-road vehicle for the journey. With fresh air and great views, the tree houses were built by native Orang Asli.

Find out more here: http://www.terrafarm.com.my/2013/02/tree-house.html

12. Malihom Private Estate, Penang

It is a homegrown retreat located in Balik Pulau, Penang, it is made up of traditional Thai Lanna Rice Barns which have been converted into one bedroom ‘villas’. Guests get to stay in teak barns that are comfortable and in a calm environment.

Find out more here: http://malihom.com/

13. Seaventures Dive Resort, Sipadan

It is a dive resort that was made from a converted oil rig, located next to Mabul Island. It’s perfect location for non-stop diving. Seaventures is a PADI 5* IDC Resort offering technical diving such as cave diving at the infamous Sipadan’s Turtle Tomb.

Find out more here: http://seaventuresdive.com/about-seaventures-dive-rig/

14. Hotel Puri, Melaka

Located in the heart of Melaka, it is a boutique hotel that is a carefully restored Peranakan house. It features decorated façade and an impressive length of 100m.

Find out more here: http://www.hotelpuri.com

15. The Blue Mansion, Penang

The mansion is poised perfectly for over a century on firm foundations of architectural, cultural and historical superlatives that is located 4kn from Gurney Drive seafront promenade. With a courtyard dining room and an idyllic terrace. Staaying in the mansion is like going back in time, in an illustrious life in the grandeur of 19th century Penang.

Find out more here: https://www.cheongfatttzemansion.com/

16. Kahang Organic Rice Eco Farm, Johor

Located in Kluang, Johor, it consists of several unique concepts that hosts couples to families and big gatherings. One has 4 floating chalets that are uniquely designed that’s suitable for families. Another is built with 12 rooms that can accommodate a maximum of 14 people. Another one is inspired by Netherlands Ancient architecture house design.

Find out more here: https://www.kahangorganic.com/en/accommodation

17. Kamo Homestay, Perak

Located in Sauk, Perak, it is a refurbished retro home that just takes you back in time. It has simple decorations that is not too grand and luxurious. It wants their guests to experience the new village way of life and it’s very affordable!

Find out more here: https://www.facebook.com/Kamohome/

18. Mongolian Yurt, Sabah

A Mongolian Yurt is a circular shaped portable structures traditionally used by nomads in Mongolia as their house. Located in Kundasang, you get to stargaze and visit farms!

Find out more here: http://mongolianyurt.mrsabah.com/

19. MasBro Village, Melaka

Located in the outskirts of Melaka, it features English inspired triangular guesthouses that is the first of its kind in Malaysia. With colorful exterior and great sceneries, it’s great for families and a sight for sore eyes!

Find out more here: https://www.masbrovillage.com/

20. Nipah Guesthouse, Pulau Pangkor

Located in Nipah Bay, along the Straits of Malacca in Pangkor Island, it features triangular shaped houses that are cozy and comfortable. You can even arrange water sports activities or island hopping trips.

Find out more here: https://www.facebook.com/nipah.guesthouse/

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9 Best Boutique Hotels in Malaysia For The Fancy-Pants in You

Let me run you through a break-down of the personalities you can find in any family clan. There’s the middle-aged aunt who always adorns herself like a Christmas tree, the low-maintenance uncle who has two shirts in three colours, and of course, the supremely good-looking cousin who was valedictorian, wears edgy, designer clothes and is the envy of everyone else.

It’s the same with hotels. You have older, big-name hotels that could really use a proper make-over, no-frill backpacker inns with little to impress, and swanky boutique hotels that are simply outstanding in every possible way. I don’t know about you, but if I can’t be that ethereal cousin in the family, I’ll definitely put on my fancy-pants in some other way.

If you’re the same and happen to be searching for vacation/staycation accommodation in Malaysia, why not consider these cream-of-the-crop boutique hotels?

Kuala Lumpur

1. Bello & Bella Boutique Hotel

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Deluxe B + Sky View Room  

Minimalist yet elegant and luxurious, Bello & Bella Boutique Hotel is the perfect place to rejuvenate alone and write your next book. Also homely and very comfy, it is just as fitting for lovebirds who wish to spend most of their time at the hotel.

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Hotel lobby

To Book

Near: Cheras Sentral Mall, SkyBar, Zen Elemental Holistic Health Spa
Amenities: Free Wi-Fi, complimentary 24/7 coffee and tea
Email address: [email protected]
Phone: +603 9130 3388

2. WOLO Bukit Bintang

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Hotel facade

Placing you at the heart of KL’s shopping and business districts, WOLO Bukit Bintang is a splendid safety net for your tired feet and aching arms. Although its shared areas such as the lobby and restaurant are dressed to the nines, its rooms are austere and spacious, providing you the ideal place for rest.

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My Room 

To Book

Near: Changkat Bukit Bintang, Jalan Alor, Pavilion KL, Suria KLCC, Lot 10
Amenities: Free Wi-Fi, 24-hour gym
Email address: [email protected]
Phone: +603 2719 1333

3.

The Kuala Lumpur Journal

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Deluxe Twin Room

The Kuala Lumpur Journal is a trendy option nestled in amongst KL’s Jalan Bukit Bintang shopping strip, Changkat party belt and Jalan Alor local food mecca. Indisputably chic and stylish, the hotel promises to delight and spoil you with its cushy rooms and amenities.

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Kedai Kopi Journal

To Book

Near: Changkat Bukit Bintang, Jalan Alor, Pavilion KL, Starhill Gallery, Lot 10, Sungai Wang, Bukit Bintang Plaza, KLCC Petronas Twin Towers, Petaling Street
Amenities: Free Wi-Fi, complimentary in-house parking, rooftop infinity pool, Nespresso machine
Email address: [email protected]
Phone: +603 2110 2211

4. Hotel Maison Boutique

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Theme Room, Space Odyssey

Made to transform common fantasies into reality with their sci-fi-inspired spaces and fairytale suites, Hotel Maison Boutique is a hotel that rents out themed rooms. Be prepared to be ushered into a different world as you unlock the doors to new memories and adventures.

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Theme Room, Fab Four

To Book

Near: Berjaya Times Square, Pavilion KL, Imbi Plaza, Starhill Gallery, KLCC Petronas Twin Tower, Aquaria KLCC, Petaling Street, Batu Caves
Amenities: Free Wi-Fi, electronic door lock, bidet
Email address: [email protected]
Phone: +603 2110 2211

5. Container Hotel

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Container Suite

For a creative living experience, try Container Hotel. Innovatively built from remodeled freight containers and renewable materials, its assortment of lodging concepts that include Container rooms, Concrete pods and Camp Sites will surely excite your senses.

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Camp Site

To Book

Near: Bukit Bintang and Imbi monorail stations, Starhill Gallery, Lot 10, Berjaya Times Square
Amenities: Free Wi-Fi, female-only pods, bike rental
Email address: [email protected]
Phone: +603 2110 4388

Penang

6. Macalister Mansion

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Room 7

Set amidst a restored colonial mansion, Macalister Mansion is a posh lifestyle destination for those who wish to experience royal treatment. Indulge in its luxurious, ultra-chic suites, which are decorated with the finest pieces and primed for intimacy.

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Dining Room

To Book

Near: Ghee Hiang Bakery, Endo Boutique Spa
Amenities: Free Wi-Fi, king-sized bed, Nespresso coffee machine, Bang & Olufsen BeoSound System
Email address: [email protected]
Phone: +604 2283 888

Melaka/Malacca

7. The Majestic Malacca

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The Bar at The Mansion

Step into a different era with The Majestic Malacca, which prides itself on being a tribute to the grandeur of old Malacca’s glory days. Be wonderfully treated to a visual feast as you explore a hotel dressed to the nines with bespoke furnishings and delicate details.

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Deluxe Room

To Book

Near: Spa Village, Baba & Nyonya Heritage Museum, The Shore Toy Museum, Straits Chinese Jewelry Museum, Melaka River Cruise
Amenities: Complimentary 50-min massage and set dinner
Email address: [email protected]
Phone: +6066 289 800

Ipoh

8. M Boutique Hotel

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Family Suite, The Adventure Floor

Homely yet stylish and whimsical, M Boutique Hotel is the precise definition of urban-chic lodging. Spread out and relax in its spacious themed-rooms, which have been embellished with quirky décor and interesting statement pieces.

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Premier Double or Twin Room on The Adventure, Majestic and Excelsior Floors

To Book

Near: Oldtown White Coffee Grand, Ipoh Mural Art Trail
Amenities: Free Wi-Fi, free self-service laundry, 24-hour gym, Oldtown White Coffee
Email address: [email protected]
Phone: +605 255 5566

Subang Jaya

9. Mixx Hotel

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Deluxe Twin Sharing Bedroom

Rated as one of Malaysia’s best-value hotels, Mixx Hotel is a hip living space that combines comfort with minimalist designs. If you’re spending most of your time at the city’s amusement park and major malls, staying at this hotel will be the smartest decision you can make.

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Deluxe Queen Bedroom

To Book

Near: Sunway Lagoon Amusement Park, Sunway Pyramid International Shopping Mall, Sunway Convention Centre
Amenities: Free Wi-Fi, self-service laundry
Email address: [email protected]
Phone: +603 5612 8086 

Tioman Island

Bonus: JapaMala Resort

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The Penghulu’s House

Designed to free you from all worldly anxieties, the incredible JapaMala Resort is ideal for complete rejuvenation. Lose yourself in the wonders of sand, sea and earth as you take time to explore your surroundings and re-connect with yourself (and your loved ones).

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View from Seacliff Chalet balcony (far right: Mandi-Mandi Restaurant)

To Book

Near: Tioman Dive Centre, Coral Island, Monkey Bay, Renggis Island, sunset view point
Amenities: Wi-Fi, private poos, wooden sun deck, Espresso machine
Email address: [email protected] com
Phone: +609 419 7777

 


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11 Best Boutique Hotels In Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – Updated

The skyscrapers tower above the earth as clouds glide past them. Many meters below, the people scurry about, minding their own business, oblivious of the marvel that is the architecture of their home city. In any case, they’ve had years to get accustomed to the level of development that has swept across their country. Still, Malaysia has preserved its culture. It’s a culture where the people naturally bear a genial spirit. It’s a culture that’s rich and diverse, one can’t help but wonder at how it’s stood up against rapid modern development.

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s capital, is a city that has witnessed this upsurge of growth over the past decades. This growth, however, hasn’t tainted the beauty of the glorious city, it’s complemented it. This is why Kuala Lumpur is a global tourist favorite. And because it receives so many visitors, accommodations such as luxury hotels, affordable Airbnbs, and boutique hotels have experienced booming business. Let’s take a look at the best boutique hotels in Kuala Lumpur.

Sitting in the bosom of Kuala Lumpur, Le Apple boasts close proximity to the world-renowned Petronas Twin Towers. It’s also within reach of the best entertainment spots in the city, making it ideal for tourists. Entering the hotel, you’re greeted by friendly staff who immediately ensure you’re well settled in your room. The rooms are luxurious spaces with contemporary décor. Each room has a relaxing ambiance putting you at ease. With air conditioning, temperatures are kept cool on those hot Malaysia days. And the comfortable beds in each room will lull you to a state of total relaxation at the end of an exciting day of exploration.

de King Boutique Hotel KLCC

Address: 160, Jalan Ampang
Price: from
46 USD

All plates, cutlery, glasses and other tableware have been sanitized
Face masks for guests available
Lift
Laundry
24-hour security
Air conditioning
Staff follow all safety protocols as directed by local authorities
Non-smoking throughout

Stay at this wonderful boutique hotel in Kuala Lumpur that’s found within minutes of the Berjaya Times Square. It is also just a 20-minute walk from Kuala Lumpur’s best shopping malls. The airport is a 45-minute car ride away. Being located in the heart of the city, finding access to the best entertainment spots is easy.

The hotel is theme oriented. For example, there’s a James Bond-themed room, a Marilyn Monroe themed room and an Arabian Nights-themed one, among others. This makes staying here all the more exciting. With each theme, there’s a unique design for the room and you can choose one based on your taste and preference. Still, the level of luxury in all rooms is a high standard, ensuring that guests leave there with fond memories of their stay.

Maison Boutique Theme Hotel @ Bukit Bintang City Centre

Address: 36-38, Jalan Baba, Off Jalan Changkat Thambi Dollah
Price: from
17 USD

Safety deposit box
Fire extinguishers
Lift
Non-smoking rooms
24-hour front desk
WiFi
Restaurant
Facilities for disabled guests

The Melange is located near Berjaya Times Square, Fahrenheit 88 and a short drive from the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport. Being centrally located allows its guests to easily explore Kuala Lumpur. The hotel has beautifully designed rooms, each with a unique aesthetic to it. What you do get in all of them is a flat screen television and free WiFi. The beds are cozy, spread with supple beddings that embrace you when lying on them. And with a 24-hour front desk service, you can be pampered as you want, throughout your stay.

Melange Hotel Bukit Bintang

Address: 14, Jalan Rembia, off Tengkat Tong Shin
Price: from
26 USD

Dry cleaning
Hand sanitizer in guest accommodation and key areas
24-hour front desk
Restaurant
Fax/photocopying
Laundry
Cashless payment available
On-site parking

Sitting in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, the H Boutique Hotel is easily accessible from the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport which is just a short drive away. From the hotel, Kuala Lumpur’s shopping malls and entertainment spots are only a walking distance away. You arrive at the hotel to be met by a sophisticated ambiance that emits a feeling of luxury. The rooms also possess this spirit. With a different color scheme in each, the design of the rooms gives them individual personalities. There’s the brown that shows opulence, purple that’s the color for royalty or silver that shows sophistication. Whichever you choose, you’re ensured of total comfort.

H Boutique Hotel Sri Petaling

Address: No. 2A, Jalan Radin Bagus 6, Bandar Baru Seri Petaling
Price: from
20 USD

Safety deposit box
Hand sanitizer in guest accommodation and key areas
Lift
Shops (on site)
Air conditioning
Non-smoking throughout
WiFi
Process in place to check health of guests

The thing that immediately captures your attention when you walk into the hotel is the gold color scheme used. It shows a level of sophistication. It creates an aura of class and luxury. You feel like you’ve walked into an expensive five-star establishment. Being called Gold3, this theme is apt for the hotel. The luxury extends to the rooms. The décor is simple yet stylish, creating an air of comfort. Each room has a flat-screen TV to keep guests entertained when they’re indoors. Air conditioning is also available, ensuring you remain cool when it gets warm outside. Found just a few meters away from the nerve center of Kuala Lumpur, the Gold3 Boutique Hotel allows easy access to the best attractions.

Gold3 Boutique Hotel

Address: Lot B5, 1 Floor, KL Plaza Block B, 179 Jalan Bukit Bintang
Price: from
28 USD

24-hour front desk
Thermometers for guests provided by property
Internet services
Hand sanitizer in guest accommodation and key areas
Non-smoking throughout
Air conditioning
Free WiFi
Staff follow all safety protocols as directed by local authorities

This boutique hotel in Kuala Lumpur prides itself in offering a personalized service for all its guests. The Bello and Bella is a luxurious boutique hotel, built to five-star standards. Each room is meant to offer utmost comfort to its guests. The décor is kept simple but still, gives off a luxurious aesthetic. There are private bathrooms in which toiletries are provided for free. Located just a short drive away from the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport, getting here is a simple. And once here, accessing Kuala Lumpur’s attractions is only a few minutes’ walk.

Bello & Bella Boutique Hotel

Address: No 19, Jalan Manis 6, Taman Segar
Price: from
28 USD

Luggage storage
Staff follow all safety protocols as directed by local authorities
Fax/photocopying
Soundproof rooms
Heating
Internet services
Physical distancing rules followed
Safety deposit box

On your next Kuala Lumpur trip, why not stay at A&R Boutique Hotel? It’s one of the most convenient accommodations you can find in the city. It features fast check-ins and check-outs, a reception desk that’s open 24-hours a day, as well as luggage storage. Here, guests get to stay in air-conditioned rooms that are allergy-free. Each room is equipped with a satellite flat-screen TV, a private bathroom, a shower, a work table, and free WiFi access. The hotel is located close to many fine-dining restaurants and popular tourist attractions, such as Dinner In The Sky Malaysia, Starhill Gallery, and more. So, when planning a trip to Kuala Lumpur, don’t forget to consider booking this hotel.

A&R Boutique Hotel

Address: No.167, Jalan Lancang, Taman Sri Bahtera, Batu 5 off Jalan Cheras
Price: from
21 USD

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The Anggun is located right at the city center of Kuala Lumpur. This means that it’s within striking distance of all the attractions in this bustling city. Indeed a 5-minute walk will get you to the Pavilion Mall while a 15-minute walk will get you to the KL Convention Center and also the Petronas Twin Tower. This Kuala Lumpur boutique hotel is made to make you feel right at home with its homely appeal. The wooden fittings give the interior a rustic design. Copious amounts of light stream into the rooms thanks to the massive floor to ceiling windows. This also gives you a great view of Kuala Lumpur outside.

Anggun Boutique Hotel

Address: No. 7 & 9, Tengkat Tong Shin, Bukit Bintang
Price: from
80 USD

Another fantastic place to stay in Kuala Lumpur, the Reeds is a modest boutique hotel whose simplicity belies the comfort and luxury within. Choose a room that suits your preference and in each, you’ll find a large comfortable bed awaiting you. Decorated to emanate a welcoming aura, each room feels more like you’re at home than in a hotel. This bolsters the level of comfort. Most rooms boast private bathrooms with hot water showers in each. And in case you need assistance, the staff is always at hand to help 24 hours a day.

OYO 127 The Reeds Hotel

Address: No.9, Jalan Yap Ah Shak,
Price: from
9 USD

This is a three-story hotel found in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. Located in the district of Bukit Bintang, The Javelin allows its guests to easily access Kuala Lumpur’s entertainment destinations. A 15-minute walk from here will take you to the Kuala Lumpur Convention Center and the Petronas Towers. With well-designed theme rooms, this boutique hotel is one with leisure at its heart. There is also free private parking and an on-site bar that guests can take advantage of.

The Javelin Boutique Hotel

Address: No. 13,15,17 Jalan Berangan, Changkat Bukit Bintang
Price: from
19 USD

The Yard is found in Kuala Lumpur’s Bukit Bintang district. It’s conveniently located just ten minutes away from popular shopping malls and eateries making it a great place to stay while in Kuala Lumpur. The hotel has 11 guest rooms, all on the ground floor level. With exquisite furnishings in each, the rooms are sophisticated and offer guests total luxury. Outside, there’s an open courtyard where you can sit and relax, enjoying Kuala Lumpur’s stunning night sky. The rooms all offer free WiFi, hot shower and a TV with satellite channels.

The Yard Boutique Hotel

Address: Lot 623 (No. 51 D), Jalan Tengkat Tong Shin
Price: from
43 USD

An electric city

Kuala Lumpur is known to be an electric and vibrant city. The nerve center of Malaysia, a visit here allows you to immerse yourself in the culture of the people. With numerous entertainment venues within reach, you’re bound to fully enjoy your visit. And instead of booking luxury hotels in Kuala Lumpur, why not try staying at boutique hotels that are just as charming? Go ahead and book a room for your next vacation.

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Malaysia Luxury Boutique Hotels and Resorts

Plan your luxury holiday in Malaysia

Separated by the South China Sea, and comprising 13 states and three federal territories, Malaysia is akin to two countries wrapped into one. Enjoy your vacation in Malaysia on the main peninsula, on the island of Borneo (shared with Brunei and Indonesia) or on one of the more than 800 tropical islands. Whether you’re a fan of natural escapes, an architecture and history buff, or on the hunt for the best beach resort in Malaysia for families, the country offers a plethora of unique destinations and experiences to discover.

You’ll find Secret Retreats’ unique hotels in Malaysia tucked in between prehistoric rainforests, white sandy beaches, unspoilt tropical islands, rich ecosystems, heritage towns, rolling green hills and plantations, wild jungles, crystal blue waters and high mountainous peaks. The treasure trove of experiences found in this country of contrasts is boundless and the independent Malaysia holiday resorts and hotels we partner with capture the true essence of their locations.

Just like its topography, Malaysia is a melting pot of races and religions, providing a varied and colourful flair to this unique land. Here, Malay, Indian, Chinese and other ethnic groups are fused together, yet each celebrates life in their own colourful manner. In addition to countless festivals held throughout the year, Malaysia’s diverse multiculturalism has also led to its enchanting array of different cuisines. Discover the magic of this destination on your next vacation in Malaysia.

Find the best boutique hotels Malaysia

As varied as its natural and cultural wonders are, the options for boutique hotels in Malaysia are just as wonderfully diverse. Whether we are showcasing the best nature resorts in Malaysia or the most unique hotels, at Secret Retreats, we go beyond the obvious. Our partners aren’t just experts in luxury hospitality, they’re steeped in the local culture and have the insider tips to help you make the most of your Malaysia holiday destination of choice.

Each of our hand-selected partners goes above and beyond to capture the local culture and style in their Malaysia boutique hotels and resorts. Whether you’re excited to experience colonial architecture, Peranakan style, tropical luxury or the glory of mother nature, you can be confident that staying with one of our partner Malaysia boutique hotels means an authentic experience that doesn’t sacrifice on either comfort or personality. If you’re searching for Malaysia’s best places to stay, look no further than Secret Retreat’s curated selection of boutique hotels in Malaysia.

We’ve done the hard work of finding and vetting boutique hotels and resorts that capture the essence of Asia while also being stewards of sustainability in their communities. In addition to our luxury boutique stamp of approval, you can also rest easy that these Malaysia holiday resorts, hotels and villas can help you to practice responsible tourism. The only thing you have to do now is decide where your next great escape will be.

Stay in the most romantic hotel in Malaysia on your next trip to Penang

The most romantic hotel in Malaysia might just be the heritage Cheong Fatt Tze, also known as the Blue Mansion. In a city so charming, this unique hotel in Malaysia still manages to stand out as the crown jewel of Penang’s UNESCO heritage district. The Malaysian destination is rich with history and culture and has one of the best food scenes in the country, if not the whole of Southeast Asia. A treasure trove of exploration awaits and you won’t be disappointed by either the historical architecture lining the streets or the natural bounty which fringes this coastal and island city. This Malaysia holiday destination is perfect for foodies, culture-lovers, and those who embrace the unique spaces where worlds collide.

Live it up at the best boutique hotel in Malaysian Borneo

Scenic Sarawak is known as much for its culture as it is for its nature experiences – where else can you spot orangutans and rare river dolphins? One of the best places to stay in Malaysia, The Village House eco hotel is a haven of nature and tranquillity. Travellers visit Borneo, and Sarawak in particular, because they are looking for a chance to connect with nature as well as the local culture, and this boutique hotel is the perfect place for it. Located in the foothills of legendary Mount Santubong in a biodiversity hotspot, the Village House is also a contender for best forest resort in Malaysia. Outdoor adventurers and nature lovers are sure to fall in love with Sarawak, but it also has much to offer the well-cultured traveller. Have Secret Retreats plan your vacation in Sarawak, Malaysia and you won’t be disappointed.

Enjoy nature’s bounty at the best family beach resorts in Malaysia

One Malaysia holiday destination offers the best of jungle adventures as well as the best luxury and family beach resorts in Malaysia – Sabah, on the South China Sea. Stay at Kinabalu Park, one of our favourite eco hotels in Malaysia, and enjoy the delights of the UNESCO World Heritage park practically at your doorstep. At Poring Hot Spring Nature Reserve, you can also combine nature trekking with the ultimate relaxing hot spring soak. Families and honeymooners alike will enjoy the luxury facilities and privacy of Manukan Island Resort. Great amenities, a perfect location and plenty of fun activities make it one of the best resorts for kids in Malaysia as well as one of Malaysia’s best beach resorts, period. If you want to tick orangutan watching, UNESCO site visits, and tropical reef diving off your bucket-list, then Sabah is the place to go.

These 10 boutique hotels in Malaysia are perfect for a trendy getaway

14 Nov 2017 – 10 min read

These 10 boutique hotels in Malaysia are perfect for a trendy getaway

While chain hotels are similar to generic restaurant chains – you pretty much get the same thing no matter which part of the world you are – boutique hotels are known for their individual style.

Though typically smaller in terms of how many rooms it has, each boutique hotel you come across will make up for it by possessing a big personality and offering a personal touch. Try any of these boutique hotels on for size:

1. 1825 Gallery Hotel | Melaka City, Melaka

You’ll want to book the riverside view at this hotel, as it offers a scenic panorama of the iconic Melaka River. Formerly a Chinese-owned storehouse for flour, the building has since been transformed into a contemporary hotel incorporating British and Chinese influences into its design. Touches of polished wood, stone statues, and a lush garden add a natural feel to your surroundings.

Rates start from: RM140++

2. Merton Hotel | Ipoh, Perak

With its sleek concrete walls and vintage decor, you’ll appreciate this homey, yet elegant hotel. Located near Sultan Azlan Shah Airport, popular tourist attractions such as Sam Poh Tong Temple and Qing Xin Ling Leisure and Cultural Village are close by, while Ipoh town itself is only a 15-minute drive away.

Rates start from: RM110++

3. Batik Boutique Hotel | Kuching, Sarawak

Its chic interior and welcoming staff make Batik Boutique Hotel one of Kuching’s top boutique hotels. Set in the city center, you’re within walking distance to Top Spot Food Court, where you can sample yummy local dishes, and the Cat Monument, a must-visit for all visitors.

Rates start from: RM250++

4. Spices Boutique Residence | Georgetown, Penang

Comprising four pre-war shophouses that have been lovingly restored by architects, the hotel’s centerpiece is the decades-old Bodhi tree, which has merged with the wall of one of the buildings. Its eye-catching decor is inspired not only by local culture, but by Moroccan, Spanish and Indian as well.

The courtyard with the old Bodhi tree.

The hotel’s rooftop view.

Rates start from: RM170++

5. Monaco Boutique Hotel | Kota Kinabalu, Sabah

This comfy and cozy hotel is just a 10-minute walk from the Kota Kinabalu Waterfront, the city’s one-stop dining and entertainment hub. If you’re in town on a Sunday, be sure to visit the Sunday Market at Gaya Street, which is also within walking distance – it’s filled with fascinating handicrafts and mouthwatering street food.

Rates start from: RM100++

6. Manhattan Business Hotel TTDI | Petaling Jaya, Selangor

This chic hotel is located in Kuala Lumpur’s leafy and affluent township of TTDI. True to its name, its luxe decor and furnishings bring to mind the effortless style of New York’s buzzing borough of Manhattan. The neighborhood has plenty of hip restaurants and bars to keep you busy, but there’s also an MRT station five minutes away on foot if you need to venture further out.

Rates start from: RM120++

7. Coffee Atelier | Georgetown, Penang

If you wish to delve into Penang’s vibrant arts scene, then book a stay here. The hotel was once a coffee merchant’s workshop, hence its name, but it’s now an eclectic combination of a restaurant serving Mediterranean-inspired cuisine, an art gallery specializing in Malaysian art, and a coffee museum.

Rates start from: RM350++

8. Gold3 Boutique Hotel | Kuala Lumpur

Shopaholics beware: you won’t be able to resist the multitude of shopping malls surrounding the hotel, ranging from bargain to luxury. This camera-themed hotel is set in the heart of Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur’s shopping district, offering a glitzy, yet affordable stay with easy access to most of the city’s tourist attractions.

Rates start from: RM110++

9. The Rucksack Caratel – Jonker Wing | Melaka City, Melaka

Want to be within walking distance to most of Melaka’s top tourist attractions such as the Red Square and Jonker Street? Then this hotel is right up your alley. The whimsical and colorful design of the hotel will add a pep to your step, and there’s even an American-style diner for you to enjoy some burgers and milkshakes!

Chill out in the hammocks.

Rates start from: RM240++

10. Rosa Malacca | Melaka City, Melaka

This hotel prides itself on being “Instagram-worthy”, with pretty much every corner begging for a spot on your Instagram feed. Its twee decor provides a refreshing contrast to the minimalistic industrial design. We’re diggin’ the courtyard in particular – its red brick walls and high glass ceiling give it a conservatory feel that’s perfect for high tea.

The lounge for you to sit in wonder.

Rates start from: RM190++

With such a wide range of accommodation options across the country, it can be a challenge to pick the one that’s best for you. To be in the know when it comes to Malaysia’s stand-out stays, keep your eyes peeled for Traveloka’s ‘Super Stays’ posts, a bi-weekly hotel special featuring our top picks!

Best places to stay in Malaysia

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We expect countries to be varied, but Malaysia, with its mainland peninsula and islands, and then half of Borneo, is extremely varied. Kuala Lumpur is a busy, international city, sure there’s an Asian flavour, what with the tuk-tuks and palm trees, but the high-rise buildings and the city centre could be anywhere tropical. Then there’s the highlands with their mist and tea plantations, the idyllic tropical islands, and of course the jungles of Borneo with their strange plants and animals and almost unknown tribes. Our Guru’s recommendations for the best places to stay in Malaysia include some super luxurious beach resorts, sky-scraping city hotels and some wonderfully remote boutique options. So when it comes to the best places to stay in Malaysia there’s no need to restrict yourself to the cities or the main resort centres, there are great places to stay all over this uniquely varied country.

In a country this diverse it’s difficult to pick out highlights, but the food is definitely something worth experiencing – and as much of it as you can. It’s as varied as the terrain, and whether you’re guzzling street food in a night market or enjoying a luxurious seafood meal in the privacy of your own hut-above-the-waves, you’ll be surprised by the mingling of flavours.

Kuala Lumpur is the main transport hub, and even if you’re not planning to stay long it’s definitely worth visiting the markets, Petronas Towers, the ILHAM gallery and the Sri Mahamariamman Temple.

Then of course this country’s beauty is your oyster. Dive off Pulau Sipadan, hike the Cameron Highlands, explore colonial Georgetown, summit Mt. Kinabalu and explore the jungles of Sarawak, visiting a traditional longhouse village on the way through, then visit the orang-utans on Sabah. Maybe?

From our pick of the best places to stay in Malaysia, you’ll be well placed to do any or all of the above.

For a Beach Break

  • The Gayana Eco Resort, just outside Kota Kinabalu, is associated with a marine research centre, so as well as staying in a wooden villa on stilts, hovering over the aqua sea below, you’re also helping to fund local marine research. Plus here’s a dive school, a fabulous spa and a very good Malaysian restaurant.
  • The Gaya Island Resort is a collection of fantastically canopied rooms and suites set in amongst the mangroves and rainforest – right beside its own private beach. This is a great place to bring your family to experience some of the wonders of Sabah’s rainforests – there’s excellent birdwatching within the grounds of the hotel. There’s also a luxurious spa, a good seafood restaurant and a kid’s club.
  • Chymes in Tanjung Bungah is a great option for those on a budget; a collection of charming, bright little rooms with all the mod. cons. but not too much else. You’re a short stroll from the beach, and close to a number of decent restaurants.
  • The Lone Pine Hotel near Batu Ferringhi is a smart beachside hotel with an enormous pool! Expect all mod cons., sophistication and great facilities for all the family.
  • The Pangkor Laut Resort sits right up against a beautiful white sandy beach, surrounded by wildlife and crystal waters. There’s enough space so that you’ll feel as if you have your own private slice of paradise. An archetypal honeymoon destination.
  • The Westin Langkawi Resort and Spa on Langkwai, is a large, but stunning resort with fantastic views over the Andaman Sea. The benefits of a large resort are the choices, especially when it comes to food, the spa treatments, and the infinity pools.

For a City Break

  • Kuala Lumpur’s Anggun is an 18 room, well priced, boutique hotel with sophisticated rooms, suites and family suites – some with private balconies overlooking the courtyard. There’s a good Malay restaurant and you’re close to Chinatown and the Pertonas Towers.
  • Or, for five stars worth of great value try Kuala Lumpur’s Hotel Maya, which is super contemporary with facilities galore. As well as a fantastic spa and incredible views from the rooftop bar, you can also upgrade and hire your own butler or private chef.
  • The Villa Samadhi is a small resort laid out around a lagoon pool – it looks like it should be by the beach rather than in the heart of K.L.. The 21 rooms are smart, with all the mod. cons., but they also start from just £91 per night.
  • Georgetown’s Hotel Penaga is a stunning looking hotel with both sleek, geometric lines, and a smattering of local style. Well located for some of the major sights, this is a stylish place to stay to see the city.

For Explorers

  • The Datai is a bit off the beaten track, set a bit back from Langkawi’s coast, surround by jungle. The decor is simple but luxurious, and there’s a large spa, multiple pools and several excellent Asian restaurants.

For Something Different

  • The Straits Collection is a collection of heritage shopfronts in Georgetown, Penang, converted into one or two room apartments, decorated with some lovely local antiques. There’s a communal restaurant and bar on the same street. Rooms start from £97, and offer great value and space for families.
  • Also in Geoegetown’s colonial district, Seven Terraces is a gorgeous, six bedroom, boutique bolt hole. Romantic and beautiful, with a French and Malaysian restaurant.
  • For an unexpectedly Scottish Highlands vibe in the Cameron Highlands, consider The Lakehouse. Built by a loch (ok, it’s a lake), this hotel offers all the pleasures of a highland escape – the high teas, the range of Scotch whiskies, the fireplaces, cosy sitting rooms, and of course spectacular views over the Malaysian hills…
  • The Bon Ton Resort on Langkawi has just eight rooms, but its restaurant is known as one of the best on the island, so it’s worth knowing about even if you don’t stay here. The accommodation is in rustic stilted, wooden houses with a traditional Malaysian flavour, and prices start from around £129 per night.

The Most Luxurious Places to Stay in Malaysia

  • The Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur is a huge hotel with the range of restaurants, bars and facilities to match. Guests also benefit from spectacular views from the poolside bar and exemplary service.
  • The Ritz Carlton, Kuala Lumpur is another big name luxury hotel right in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. Rooms are sumptuous and there’s several excellent restaurants and an extensive spa – and private butler service.
  • The Cameron Highlands Resort provides every comfort in the Cameron Highlands, from an 18 hole golf course to an award winning ‘spa village’, to four poster beds and a choice of restaurants, including Japanese.
  • The Four Seasons Resort Langkawi offers the ultimate in barefoot luxury in a larger resort. It’s right on a private beach, but is spread out, around many large, open plan spaces with beautiful pools and tame jungle. It looks very natural and feels very relaxing.

The Best Value Places to Stay in Malaysia

  • If you’re looking for great value in Kuala Lumpur, try The Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur, an iconic 1930s era colonial mansion, converted into a 300 room hotel with an Art Deco spa, an orchid conservatory, an enormous pool, six bars and a fantastic restaurant. The more basic rooms start from as little as £74 per night.
  • The Campbell Hotel is a charming renovation, over an old shop on one of Georgetown’s (Penang) most interesting streets. The decor is a great blend of the traditional and contemporary classic styling. And there’s a chic Venetian restaurant.
  • Also in Georgetown, Muntri Mews is a great little five room traditional hotel with four poster beds and terraces overlooking a charming garden. And all starting from just £55 per night.

The Most Romantic Places to Stay in Malaysia

  • The Bunga Raya Resort in Kota Kinabalu is a collection of wooden villas on stilts, sitting out over beautiful waters and surrounded by jungle and white, sandy beaches. This is the perfect honeymoon spot, with luxurious suites and villas, a 25 metre infinity pool and an excellent Malaysian restaurant.
  • Tiger Rock in Pangkor has just eight domed villas, sleeping between three and ten people. But because of the size it’s also the perfect place to host a tropical paradise wedding.
  • Kuala Lumpur’s Carcosa Seri Negara is a traditional white mansion turned hotel, in green and leafy Lake Gardens. The decor is grand and elegant – think colonnades and sweeping marble staircases, and there’s an excellent Malayan restaurant.
  • The Japamala Resort on Tioman Island is a classic honeymoon idyll; a white sandy haven lapped at by clear, blue waters and surrounded by jungle. The accommodation is in wooden domes with private balconies and beautiful views, plus there are two restaurants and a spa.
  • The Tanjong Jara Resort is a luxurious Dungan island resort with all the trimmings. There’s a selection of restaurants, a Malay spa, a private beach, tennis courts and lagoon style pools. Romantic and relaxing.

Still not sure which is the best place to stay in Malaysia for you? Browse through our list of all the best places to stay in Malaysia, or contact one of our friendly Gurus for advice.

Best hotels Kuala Lumpur

The best hotels in Kuala Lumpur for those who are tired of the generally accepted standards.
The huge choice of accommodation in the capital of Malaysia baffles even the hardened traveler. You can find any option, both for a romantic getaway and for a great pastime with the whole family, for every request and financial opportunity.
But if you are a fan of original hotels with their own twist, and are well versed not only in design, but also know the value of money, then when planning a trip to Kuala Lumpur, use our review of unusual hotels.

Maya

In the area of ​​modern skyscrapers , the Maya looks tiny and cozy, with only 22 floors. This is not the end of its differences from other hotels. Instead of a corporate uniform, this self-proclaimed “fashion resort” achieves Zen serenity with minimalist furnishings and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the mesmerizing Petronas Towers. At the same time, it is equipped with the latest technology, for example, there is a hydrotherapy pool with massage and spa facilities.

Carcosa Seri Negara

Don’t want technological innovations and are looking for something more ancient? Then head to the former British Resident General of 1904, a hilltop mansion in picturesque Lake Gardens. The Caricosa Seri Negara ‘s wrap-around veranda offers great views of the 4-acre property, ceiling fans cast mysterious shadows, and rattan furnishings evoke the era of rubber plantations and gin martinis.The rooms are modestly yet elegantly furnished, and guests are served 24 hours a day by their own butler, who is an expert in some dying art or home economics. It is considered by many to be the finest hotel among the many luxury Asian hotels.

Villa Samadhi

Villa Samadhi , hidden from the noise of the metropolis in the shade of bamboo thickets, is ideal for those who cannot decide what they really want: rest at a resort or live in a city hotel near the main attractions of the Malaysian capital, shopping centers and famous hawkers with street food.The hotel is located in the prestigious area of ​​foreign consulates and embassies, but it only takes a few minutes of leisurely stroll to see the famous Petronas Towers. Architectural solution Villa Samadhi is a mixture of traditions of Malaysia and Indonesia. For accommodation, guests are offered rooms with teak and mahogany trim, and for the furnishing of the interiors, the designers used antique furniture brought from all over Southeast Asia.
Villa Samadhi is best suited for a romantic getaway, honeymoon and even a wedding, but for families with children it is better to consider other options, besides, travelers under 12 years old will simply not be accommodated in the hotel.

AVANI Sepang GoldCoast Resort

If after a long flight, your only desire is to see the sea and feel like you are on a secluded island, but at the same time you plan not only to explore Kuala Lumpur, but to continue your route through Malaysia, then a short break between transfers will be a win-win option, at the AVANI hotel Sepang GoldCoast Resort , located 40 minutes from Kuala Lumpur International Airport and an hour and a half from the capital.
From city hotels, it is favorably distinguished by a secluded location, while you can travel to Kuala Lumpur at least every day, on a comfortable bus for hotel guests, as well as unique architecture.Built in the form of a palm tree, whose crown stretches almost a kilometer into the waters of the Gulf of Malacca, AVANI Sepang GoldCoast Resort was the first and so far the only hotel in Malaysia to offer a unique luxury experience in overwater villas with excellent infrastructure. In addition to the original accommodation, guests of the hotel are invited to immerse themselves in the life and culture of local tribes, get acquainted with the national cuisine of Malaysia and experience the beneficial effects of the traditional Malay massage urut malau.

Mines Wellness Hotel

Mines Wonderland located south of Kuala Lumpur, close to the airport, is not just a hotel, it is a theme park built on the site of an old tin mine. Yes, yes, the mine was converted into a lake and beach, and the Mines Wellness Hotel , a shopping center and a theme park are located on the banks. In addition to swimming like a dog in the former arsenic pool, you can look at the ice sculptures in the park or take a ride in a water taxi that transports people through a system of man-made canals right through the mall.The complex is included in the Seven Wonders of Malaysia, and this controversial, but very loudly declared fact attracts lovers of everything unusual here.

Container KL

A concept hotel in Kuala Lumpur explores the idea of ​​steel containers commonly used to transport goods. Its creators were inspired by the idea of ​​the Japanese “Kyosho Jutaki”, which means “living in a big way in a small area.” Hotel Container KL is environmentally friendly and built on recycled materials, the only drawback: the air-conditioned containers are not very spacious.The rooms are available in three sizes: small, medium and large. For those looking to save some money, small, dorm-style single rooms are fine. Medium rooms with one and a half berths are decorated in a cave style, while large rooms are equipped with a double bed, where you can even enjoy some “luxury”.

Tune

Low-cost airline Air Asia has transferred its no-nonsense philosophy to the hospitality industry. Of course, the niche of guest houses without special amenities was already occupied before their appearance, but Hotel Tune stands out for its emphasis on sleep: instead of shabby squeaky beds, guests are provided with modern sleeping places with branded mattresses.Prices depend on additional services. By adding a few ringits, you can buy soap, get an air-conditioned room and fresh towels. In general, everything is like on low-cost flights, a kind of ground version of the stewardess’s cart.

StayOrange

You have to really love orange if you want to stay in this new budget creation of the Carlton Holiday group of companies. The rooms, which are based on Japanese cube hotels, are square rooms painted orange.The lowest bid / lowest price system is the same as Air Asia’s Tune , but StayOrange is much better located near Petalinga Chinatown Market. The hotel has “happy hours” and if you manage to book a room during this time, then for only 12p will provide a bed in a double room with internet access and air conditioning. Of course, StayOrange can hardly be called a luxury, but sleeping here is still much more comfortable than on an airport bench.

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Pangkor Laut Resort on a tropical island

Today, exploring unique hotels, we invite you to a private island where an amazing hotel is located on the Malaysian coast . This is approximately 121 hectares of land, most of which is pristine rainforest. The buildings of the resort were implanted into the general background in the green slope. All together create a peaceful atmosphere.

Different types of villas are available, depending on the client’s preferences. The simplest houses, for romantics, still dreaming of the unity of civilization and the primitive system, are huts on stilts above the green waves. But inside there are expensive furnishings and beautiful bed linen .

There are cottages among the green thickets. And large coastal homes with luxurious furnishings and huge private pools.

There are seven bars and restaurants at the service of tourists, seeking to satisfy the most varied tastes with their assortment.Ready meals are served on custom-shaped trays covered with caps. The appearance, quality is preserved, insects and sand do not enter. The client can take his time to compose the menu and have a quick bite before the hike or enjoy delicious food in his villa or just lounging on the beach.

Pangkor Laut Resort was so much appreciated by the guests, there were so many accolades about it that it was even awarded an award. This includes: a treatment pavilion, three huts for recovery treatments, they include Chinese and Malaysian destinations, two saunas, three rooms spa , three relaxation rooms and a shop where you can buy all the necessary goods to use them on your own.

The entertainment here is traditional and uncomplicated: sea cruises with guides and a trained team, fishing, yoga, jungle walks with a guide.

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    Tours in the UAE (arrival in Ras al-Khaimah)

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  • s 10.04.2021 for 4 nights, 3 , no meals

    Rest in Abkhazia

  • from 11.04.2021 for 3 nights, 3 , no meals

    Rest in Abkhazia

  • from 12.04.2021 for 3 nights, 3 , no meals

    Rest in Abkhazia

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  • from 10.04.2021 for 4 nights, 3 , no meals

    Rest for Maldives

  • s 11.04.2021 for 1 + 3 nights, 3 , no meals

    Maldives + Dubai

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  • from 06/02/2021 for 7 nights, 3 , no meals

    Tours to Phuket

  • from 06/06/2021 for 7 nights, 3 , no meals

    Tours to Phuket

  • from 09/06/2021 for 7 nights, 3

    141, no meals 9 Tours to Phuket

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  • from 02.06.2021 for 2 nights, 3 , no meals

    Tours to Montenegro

  • from 04.06.2021 for 2 nights, 3 , breakfasts

    Tours to Montenegro

  • from 06.06.2021 to 2 nights, 3 , no meals

    Tours to Montenegro

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  • from 01.06.2021 for 2 nights, 3 , no meals

  • from 02.06.2021 for 3 nights, 3 , no meals

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  • from 29.04.2021 for 8 nights, 3 , no meals

  • from 06.05 .2021 for 8 nights, 3 , no meals

  • from 13.05.2021 for 8 nights, 3 , no meals

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  • s 23.05.2021 for 1 night, 3 , breakfasts

    Burgas. South coast

  • from 24.05.2021 for 1 night, 3 , breakfasts

    Varna. North coast

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  • from 03.06.2021 for 2 nights, 3 , breakfasts

    Tours to Prague (Prague airport)

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    06/06/2021 for 4 nights, 3 , breakfasts

    Tours to Prague (a / p Prague)

  • from 10.06.2021 for 2 nights, 3 , breakfasts

    Tours to Prague (a / p Prague)

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  • from 06/02/2021 for 4 nights, 3 , Breakfasts

    Rest on the Adriatic Riviera (arrival in Rimini)

  • from 06/05/2021 for 4 nights, 3 , breakfasts

    Rest on the Adriatic Riviera (arrival in Rimini)

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    .06.2021 for 4 nights, 3 , breakfasts

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  • from 01.06.2021 for 3 nights, 3 , Breakfasts

    Tours to Barcelona

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Malaysian hotels – overview of tourist accommodation options

Hotels in Malaysia are distinguished by their star level and offer guests a different level of comfort.But they all provide tidy rooms, delicious food and quality service. We will help you choose the best hotel, taking into account your wishes, the number of people and the age of the group!

Features of hotels in Malaysia

The demand for good hotels increases dramatically during the high season, so it is better to book rooms in advance. The hot season comes in different regions at different times: in the east it is the period from July to September, and in the west from December to February and from June to September.

There are hotels of local and international chains in large cities. They are chosen by travelers who value comfort and excellent service. In rural areas, there are simpler hotels operating on the “Bed and Breakfast” system.

In resorts, you can settle in large complexes or budget hotels. But you need to remember that in the second case you will have to pay extra for any additional services, up to changing towels or bed linen.

Types of hotels in Malaysia

The European level of service for vacationers is guaranteed by the representatives of world chains.On their territory there are restaurants with Asian and European cuisine, swimming pools, spa centers and fitness clubs. There are playgrounds and sports grounds for children, and parents can use babysitting services.

Representatives of international networks:

  • Marriott;
  • Hilton;
  • Le Meridien;
  • Mandarin Oriental;
  • Four Seasons.

Accommodation in business hotels is chosen by people who have come to the country to resolve business issues.The complexes are equipped according to the first class and provide guests with a wide range of additional services. Guests can use the meeting rooms and conference rooms.

Most hotels reserve a certain amount on the account of the guests. After check-out, the deposit is returned to the card. Often a 10% service charge and a 5% government tax are added to the cost of living. It is not necessary to leave a tip in such places.

Hotels for divers

Unique island hotels, located on a small land area.They are complexes aimed at fans of water sports. Guests are provided with full board, the ability to rent equipment and several bonus dives per day.

Traditional style bungalows also cater for diving enthusiasts.

They can be found on the islands:

  • Mataking;
  • Layang-Layang;
  • Kaplan;
  • Pom-Pom.

Popular resort areas are located on the coast and also provide a full range of services to divers.

Hotels in Malaysia are often targeted at certain categories of guests. In order not to be mistaken in your choice, call us on the free phone and ask your questions!

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90,000 The most unusual and unique hostels and hotels in the world!

Do you like everything unusual? Voila! Especially for you, we have collected the most unusual hostels and hotels in the world in our rating:

• Container Hostel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
If you are a bit like us, stairs and elevators probably tire you too.And so I would like to fly from floor to floor along the hill, admit, have you thought about it? Then this place is for you. The Container Hostel in Malaysia has its own slide! And by the way, the interior of the hostel is remarkable not only for it!

Container Hostel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

• Kakslauttanen, Lapland, Finland
Dreaming of a night together under the starry sky? It’s even better: the view from a glass igloo to the northern lights of the polar sky. The Finnish family hotel not only offers unusual rooms, but also the largest smoke sauna in the world.Even children’s hearts have a reason to shine because Santa Claus lives here in his large festival house that can accommodate up to 250 people. As a highlight here is the nature of Lapland, near the National Park of Finland.

Kakslauttanen, Lapland, Finland

• Hub Hostel New, Lisbon, Portugal
Traveling around the world is a wonderful and cultivating experience, but it must also be incredibly fun! Hub New Lisbon knows this and that’s why they decided to build an adult amusement park in the middle of the hostel! The hostel is large enough to accommodate all non-matured adults

Hub Hostel New, Lisbon, Portugal

• Dog Bark Park Inn, Cottonwood, the USA
Someone probably loves dogs too much.Idaho-based artists Dennis and Francis are owners of a chain of hostels, but this time they decided to come up with something special for their guests. A large beagle wags its tail in a friendly manner in the middle of a public park. Through the front door you can enter the sleeping area and the first floor, a relaxation room with a double bed and small sculptures of dogs made of wood on the walls. The artists paid attention to every detail, there are even dog-shaped cookies instead of plain chocolate bars.

Dog Bark Park Inn, Cottonwood, the USA

• Sala Silvergruva, Sala, Sweden
Not all is gold that glitters. Silver can also shine. 500 meters underground, Sweden’s Sala Silver Mine is the deepest hotel in the world. Silver ore mining ceased in the 18th century, after which it was decided to turn the mines into a hotel. The cave rooms are fully furnished in silver and the temperature in the hotels is still reminiscent of mines: about – 18 ° C.

Sala Silvergruva, Sala, Sweden

• Railway Square YHA, Sydney, Australia
In Railway Square YHA you have the opportunity to conduct night in a converted train carriage! The main building has, of course, cozy rooms and the usual conservative amenities.

Sala Silvergruva, Sala, Sweden

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“Royal Selangor – Unique and exclusive tin and pewter souvenirs.” Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Tourist Review

Tin Factory and Royal Selangor Visitor Center are located in Kuala Lumpur near Kelana Jaya station.
Royal Selangor is the world leader in the tin and pewter products market. The Royal Selangor brand is known not only in Malaysia, but all over the world.

Free transfers to the Royal Selangor Tin Factory are organized from many hotels in Kuala Lumpur (check with the hotel at the reception).In our case, we used a transfer from the Hilton Kuala Lumpur hotel (thanks to the travel company in Malaysia Discovery Overland Holidays, they advised us to visit the Royal Selangor factory).
Royal Selangor Visitor Center is open from 9 am to 5 pm, excursions to the Royal Selangor Visitor Center are free, excursions are conducted in English. During the excursion, you can see how craftsmen make tin products, an observation deck where you can see the workshops of Royal Selangor, and of course the Royal Selangor Museum.

In general, in Royal Selangor, workshops, a museum, a shop – everything is modern and the process of work and excursions is very well organized!

The history of Royal Selangor begins in 1885, when a young master Yong Koon arrived from China to Malaysia and opened a factory. The names of the factory have changed, at the moment the main name is Royal Selangor. The museum houses the famous teapot of Mr. Yong Kun.
Now Royal Selangor has more than 3000 stores in 10 countries. Royal Selangor’s headquarters and factory are located in Malaysia.

In the shop of the factory you can buy souvenirs, tin jewelry, accessories, children’s toys, dishes, toys, chess and many other interesting and beautiful things as a keepsake or as a gift. All Royal Selangor products are beautiful and of high quality.
There are many souvenirs and gifts in the Royal Selangor store. The main souvenirs of Royal Selangor are the crocodile and the money tree (discounted prices from $ 10 and up). Also produce Christmas toys, Star Wars heroes, Captain America, Lord of the Rings and all made of tin, exclusive tin stationery, tin home decor.
Can create custom-made items, expensive work of authorship Royal Selangor. The Royal Selangor factory accepts corporate orders.

At the Kuala Lumpur airport we saw a Royal Selangor store, but the assortment is less than at the factory, we regretted that they did not buy everything they wanted.
Will definitely return to Royal Selangor for further shopping, even made a list of tin gifts.

Malaysia. Rest in Malaysia. Individual tours to Malaysia from a tour operator. A wide range of luxury hotels in Malaysia.The best resorts in Malaysia. Excursion programs. Description and photo. Special offers and bonuses from hotels. Favorable prices, discounts.

Official name
Federation of Malaysia

Capital
Kuala Lumpur

Language
Malay

Currency
Malaysian Ringgit

General information

Malaysia – an amazing, with a rich historical heritage, intensively developing country – offers guests the wealth and pristine nature of a tropical paradise with unique flora and fauna, carefully protected by state environmental programs, first-class resorts, excellent service and original culture.

A stable political climate, the absence of acute national conflicts and a well-thought-out social policy led to the rapid development of the economy. Malaysia – one of the most developed industrial Asian countries, occupying a leading position in the world economy in the production of rubber, oil, oil products and computer technology – claims in its projects for a truly imperial scale: in Kuala Lumpur, two of the world’s largest skyscrapers (Twin Towers ), the longest bridge in Asia has been built between the mainland and Penang, and the largest hydroelectric power station is under construction in Sarawak state.

Malaysia is a picturesque, very green country that can be safely called Asian Switzerland, famous for its white sandy beaches stretching for 4800 km, two hundred coastal islands and has a well-developed tourist infrastructure.

The islands of Langkawi and Penang, famous for their pristine beauty and rich cultural heritage, Sabah and Sarawak with cool mountain resorts, virgin jungle and amazing beaches, as well as many other Malaysian resorts attract tourists from all over the world.

Location

State in Southeast Asia with an area of ​​336,700 sq. Km, located on the Malacca Peninsula and in the northern part of Borneo (Kalimantan). The mainland part of Malaysia (West Malaysia) and the eastern part (Borneo) are separated by almost 600 km of the South China Sea. In the north, Malaysia borders Thailand in the south – with Singapore, Borneo borders with Indonesia and Brunei. The largest islands are Langkawi, Penang, Tioman.

Climate

The climate is humid tropical, the temperature is 28-30 throughout the year.The coolest time is from November to January. On the east coast of the Malacca Peninsula, in the west of Sarawak and in the northeast of Sabah, the wet season is from November to February, and on the west coast of mainland Malaysia from April to May and from October to November.

90,068 Population 90,069
21.3 million people: Malays (53%), Chinese (30%), Indians (7%) and others. The country is home to over 60 different ethnic groups.

Islam (85% of the population), the remaining 10% profess Hinduism, Buddhism, Christianity.Freedom of religion is guaranteed by the constitution, and representatives of other faiths feel free.

Time Difference

Moscow time + 5 hours.

Visa

Citizens of the Russian Federation do not need a visa to visit the country. The passport must be valid for at least 6 months from the date of return.

National Holidays

  • The last day of the holy fast of Ramadan
  • Prophet Muhammad’s birthday
  • Buddhist holiday
  • Hindu Holidays

Tourist areas

The islands of Langkawi, Penang and Borneo have a well-developed tourist infrastructure.

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