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If you're considering a honeymoon to Asia, then Malaysia could be the ideal destinantion for you. From food and drink to activities and entertainment, this article takes an in-depth look at the island and is a must read for all those considering a Malaysia honeymoon.

 

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Introduction

Located near the equator in South East Asia lies Malaysia. Separated, by the South China Sea, into the two regions of Peninsular Malaysia (which borders Thailand to the north and Singapore to the south) and Malaysian Borneo (bordering Brunei to the north and Indonesia to the south), Malaysia is a country of beauty, diversity and culture, and makes for a superb honeymoon destination.

 

 

Approx flight time to Malaysia from the UK

Approx 12.5 hours

 

GMT
+ 8 hours

  

Language spoken in Malaysia

Bahasa Malayan and English

 

Currency used in Malaysia

Ringgit

 

 

Best Time to Visit Malaysia

Year round, although November to February brings rain to the East, whilst August does likewise for the West. Those interested in a Malaysia wedding or Mayalsia honeymoon may want to bear this in mind.


It is generally warmer of the coast than it is inland, with average annual temperatures fluctuating between 18 and 27 degrees. Like most of the Caribbean, the Dominican Republic is said to have only one season – Summer!



Best Beaches in Malaysia

Head East for some of Malaysia’s best beaches, with Penang and Lagkawi offering some of the country’s finest. If you’re wanting particular beaches to keep an eye out for, you may want to give Tanjung Bungah, Teluk Bahang or Batu Ferringhi a whirl.



For Activity Lovers

Tennis and golf are popular in Malaysia and there are plenty of opportunities to give them a go. But to get maximum out of the country, why not go trekking, snorkelling or diving - with beautiful scenery and fascinating marine life, it would be a shame not to.


Local Flavours of Malaysia

Due to its geographical location, Malaysia is at somewhat of a crossroads in terms of cuisine, with inspirational dishes from China and India combining with traditional Malay flavours to create wonderfully tempting meals and diverse menus. Chicken Satay is a local speciality or why not join the locals and partake in a traditional buffet. Seafood is readily available and asam laska (a sour fish based soup served with noodles) is particularly popular in Malaysia.

 

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