Malaysia is Asia’s pride in the matter of being a land where the east meets west, and maybe that is why most travelers love to visit this country often. The country has beautiful, and exotic places which are also in some or the other ways may seem to be romantic to a lot of international travelers, so if you count yourself among those then you’re welcome to read this brief guide to the best romantic places in Malaysia.
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A countryside is one of the most beautiful sceneries of any country and the same goes for Malaysia. The hilly and beautiful Pahang countryside will certainly give you a romantic feel while you’ll see the tea plantations that were established by the British colonists once.
Malacca was once the colony of Britain, Portugal and Netherlands and now it is renowned as the oldest city in Malaysia. This is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and you’ll find the architecture of the city pretty romantic if you have the eyes to see!
Cameron Highlands was also a British colony during the British rule over this land and now with its beautiful plantations and amazing-looking landscapes you’ll find this place as one of the most romantic sites in Malaysia.
This beautiful old island was on full business during the British East India Company’s possession of Malaysia during the 18th century and now with its amazingly charming Chinese and Colonial architecture, the Penang Island easily is a top romantic destination in Malaysia.
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The Datai Langkawi
Located on Langkawi Island, this beautiful romantic hotel Datai is built within the deep and magnificent forest that lies between the mountains and the Andaman Sea. You will definitely like to stay there especially if you’re looking for a romantic night stay in Malaysia