Rest of Malaysia
Hotels in Rest of Malaysia
Chinese tin miners, Arab goldsmiths, and durian farmers once lived in the 100-year-old villas at Temple Tree at Bon Ton Resort, on Malaysia’s Langkawi Island.
Oceanside resort features 2 tree-shrouded pools; near Taman Rimba National Forest Reserve.
This recent addition to the Jalan Tanjung Rhu area boasts a 40-acre wetland, where naturalists lead boat tours of the mangrove forests.
Much of Langkawi retains its traditional charm, on view in Pantai Cenang, a small village of formerly dilapidated Malay wooden houses. The property is one such house transformed into stylish lodgings by hotelier Narelle McMurtrie.
The resort in Sabah has 44 overwater bungalows near the 130-million-year-old prehistoric forrest.
26 wooden chalets on Pasir Panjang, the island’s longest stretch of sand.
On an underdeveloped private island off the western coast of Malaysia, this isolated tropical resort sprawls across a series of pristine beaches.
This luxury resort fronting a pristine cove was the first to put this Tanjung Rhu's tranquil sand and water on the map.
Capitalizing on the city’s evocative history, owner Narelle McMurtrie converted two rows of Chinese shop houses into 10 suites that call to mind early-20th-century Asia.
This 492-room resort, just 10 minutes away from downtown Kota Kinabalu, has views of nearby islands.