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A Malaysia honeymoon is one of the most popular choices among honeymooner who are looking for a different and unique honeymoon experience.

Malaysia is A blend of modernity and Pan-Asian cultures.

The beautiful Malaysia is split into two parts, the mainland of Peninsula Malaysia  and East Malaysia which consists of the two states, Sabah and Sarawak, on the island of Borneo. 

A honeymoon in Malaysia has everything  a new couple is looking for, from beautiful beaches and pools, relaxing places, and spas, as well as some adventure and wild life.

Malaysia’s varied landscape offers diverse experiences from island hopping to jungle trekking, or sightseeing in the amazing capital Kuala Lumpur or charming towns like Penang. 

If you're wondering what the places to visit in malaysia for your honeymoon, in Malaysia you have endless of options and choices, which makes Malaysia one of the top honeymoon destinations in the world.

There are also plenty of beautiful and romantic places in Malaysia which you and your partner can visit.

A honeymoon in Malaysia has tons of advantages, Malaysia is pocket friendly, most people speak English,  it is perfect for a luxury holiday or a budget friendly holiday.

The climate in Malaysia is wonderful, except the monsoon months during July and Mid September.

The food is mouthwatering and a mixture of various Asian cuisines.

Honeymoon destinations in Malaysia are breathtaking, fun, and unique.

Malaysia is blessed with a tropical climate, natural beauty, exotic wildlife and spotless, beautiful beaches.

Once in Malaysia you must visit the capital Kuala Lumpur, which has beautiful gardens, great shopping and restaurants, water parks and caves.

As well as the island of Langkawi, in the Andaman Sea, it is a perfect place for a relaxing escape thanks to its impressive mountainous interior, pristine forests and stunning, deserted northern beaches.

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