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A bus ride to the Best Romantic Spas in Langkawi, Malaysia



The best spas in Langkawi are the ideal havens for travelling couples, newlyweds, and honeymooners, providing much-needed rejuvenation to their fatigued mind and body. These establishments feature elegant suites and villas that are nestled within a lush tropical rainforest as well as on a private beach, where guests can enjoy pampering head-to-toe treatments and tranquil ocean views. Spa therapists with years of experience are also more than happy to customize facials, massages, and body treatments according to the preference of you and your beloved, utilizing traditional, age-old techniques, all-natural ingredients and essential oils to help soothe the senses and relieve tension in the body.

Traveling in Malaysia is quite convenient since it has some major bus terminals and express buses are the preferred mode of transport here. Tickets for which can be booked online from www.redbus.my.

The Heavenly Spa by Westin
Heavenly Spa by Westin is a stunning all-white retreat that has set along a pristine beach within The Westin Langkawi Resort & Spa. The spa center has an extensive list of head-to-toe treatments such as anti-aging facials, body scrubs, foot bathing rituals and an extensive choice of Malay, Ayurveda, Chinese, Turkish, Swedish and Indonesian massages. Upon arrival, guests are treated to a face, neck, ears and scalp massage using aromatic oils before indulging in their choice of therapeutic sessions. Couples and newlyweds can also opt for the Spa by Night, where they can enjoy a romantic candlelit dinner by the beach after a signature Heavenly Spa by Westin treatment.

Geo Spa at Four Seasons Resort

Geo Spa at Four Seasons Resort Langkawi boasts six floating pavilions with floor-to-ceiling windows that provide panoramic views of a tropical garden, lily pond and limestone cliffs against Langkawi’s UNESCO Geopark. Utilizing only premium organic skincare and essential oils, Geo Spa’s team of skilled therapists will personalize your spa experience while all facial and body treatments are inspired by nature’s four elements. Designed for couples looking to unwind during their Langkawi stay, the Raja and Ratu Connect (RM1, 825) is a two-hour ritual that incorporates several floral oils followed by a traditional blessing to improve emotional and sexual connection, love and universal blessing.

The Datai Spa

The Datai Spa has about four open villas overlooking a winding stream and the surrounding rain forest where the lovebirds can relax and unwind. They will have the option of choosing body treatments for each other as well as relaxing massages. The spa has won several awards in recent years for their exceptional services and a major credit has to be given to its pleasant staff! The session involves lot of pampering followed by a coconut milk foot soak and foot scrub followed by a head massage. In the end, you are given a coconut milk rinse. The spa is open from 9 AM to 9 PM every day. The options here will make you completely spoilt for choice! They have a vast range of facials and body wraps, scrubs, massages, manicures and pedicures for its guests.
ville abhigail Фев 13 · Етикети: malaysia, travel, trip
Why wildlife lovers will want to visit Sarawak?




If your holidays to Malaysia have never included a visit to Sarawak, a state that covers most of the northern part of the Borneo island, then boy are you missing out on a host of experiences. Sarawak is located on the Borneo island to the north west of Malaysia. It is bordered by the state of Sabah on its north east and Kalimantan to its south. The independent country Brunei is located to the north. The capital city of Kuching is considered to be the economic centre of Sarawak as well as its state government. Some of the most famous cities of Sarawak include Miri, Sibu and Bintulu. As per the census of 2015, Sarawk had a population of 26,36,000. The climate of Sarawak is of the equitorial kind home to tropical rain forests as well as plenty of plant and animal species.

And if you are a wildlife lover, including Sarawak in your itinerary list is a must! The rich biodiversity found here will leave you stunned—Orangutans, proboscis monkeys, Giant hornbills, and Irrawaddy dolphins… welcome to the tip of the iceberg in the wild, wild Sarawak world.

Semenggoh Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre: The centre located within the Semenggoh Nature Reserve, this place is solely dedicated to studying the biology and behaviour of Orangutans. A visit here will let you catch sight of many a semi-wild orangutan, the primates are a part of the rehabilitation programme here.

If you are based in Kuala Lumpur, major towns such as Sabah in Borneo are serviced by buses and you can catch a connecting bus from there to Sarawak. Check redbus for greater convenience.  This nature reserve is considered to be one of the best places if you are looking forward to interact with some wild orangutaans. The main attraction for visitors in this park is the wildlife centre where some endangered species which were once kept illegaly as pets are trained to fend for themselves before being released in the forests.

Bako National Park:
All of 2,727 hectares, Bako National Park is the oldest national park in Sarawak. While it may not be quite popular, it has an incredible number of almost every kind of vegetation found here and some of the wildlife species you will get to witness and photograph include Long-tailed macaques, Silvered langurs, 275 rare species of proboscis monkeys, Otters, and much more.

Matang Wildlife Centre: Apart from Orangutans, the main attraction here are the Sun bears, Sambar deer, Civet cats, as well as avian life like the Sea eagles, Hornbills, etc.

The location and history of Sarawak has resulted in a broad diversity of ethnicity, culture and languages. Among the indigenous peoples of Sarawak, outside influences have led to many changes over time. The Iban tribal culture in Sarawak centred on the concept of the warrior and the ability to take heads from other tribes in battle. This practice, central as it was to the Iban people, was made illegal under James Brooke's rule and ultimately faded away although reminders of the practice are still seen in some long houses.

giftydrein Фев 1 · Етикети: malaysia, travel, trip
Pocket friendly Hotels in Sabah and reach them by Bus

The best budget hotels in Sabah cater to not only the people tight on budgets but also the ones’ looking forward to luxury. These hotels cater to back packers from all over the world. Featuring a wide range to styles and facilities, equipped with the most modern amenities the interiors of the guest rooms here will surely put some of the luxury hotels to shame. The rates are complete value for money and the quality of service is not compromised at all. Located strategically in the centre of the town these budget hotels are in close vicinity of National Park, Beaches and Wild life sanctuaries. In addition, most of these hotels are located at strategic destinations where sightseeing, reaching national parks, limestone caves is completely hassle free. These hotels offer some of the most inexpensive luxuries for travellers who think twice before removing their wallets. The vicinity of the hotel is home to landscaped parks and gardens that are full of plush greenery and also some colonial buildings – thanks to the strategic locations of these hotels reaching them by bus is very convenient. Besides the Bus Operators of Malaysia are well- known for their punctuality.

So when you are planning to save on your accommodation. Just take a step further by saving more on your travel expenses. As these hotels are located in the prime vicinity of Sabah, plenty of buses ply on these routes. This makes it even easier to travel to and from the hotel.

You do not have to carry cash or change thanks to this website redbus.my, which lets you book tickets and pay for them online. If you are keen on selecting your choice of seats you will be delighted to know that you can do so from the virtual layout of the bus!!

Grandis Hotel

This hotel has been fondly named after the endemic orchid, which is popularly found on Mount Kilabalu. The orchids have small and pale pink flowers and grow about 14 inches tall. It is one of the most popular hotels for doing business and the conference rooms here are equipped with the most modern technology.  The people catering to you in this hotel are warm and welcoming and you will most definitely not feel that you are in a budget hotel. The rooms are colourful, vibrant and fully air-conditioned with bathrooms of their own.

Avangio Hotel Kota Kina Balu

This hotel is situated in a metro city in the heart of Kolombong Industrial estate. It is located just 10 minutes away from the City Centre and commuting here is a breeze – thanks to the on timely bus services that ply here.  The hotel features 103 rooms and suites. The decor of these guest rooms are modern and chic. You will feel a gush of positivity the moment you enter these rooms – thanks to the use of vibrant colours. The hotel is equipped with all basic amenities like bathtubs, tea and coffee vending machines and small refrigerators that are full of surprises.

Lily Qurein Дек 20 '17 · Етикети: malaysia, travel, trip

Malaysia is home to several different cultures and cuisines, making it quite similar to India in the cultural diversity it possesses. Every state you visit in Malaysia has something to unique to offer—be it in the terms of the food or traditions or arts, crafts and textiles. Melaka, for one, is a state that will let you sample authentic Nyonya cuisine not found anywhere else. Nyonya cuisine is the manner of cooking birthed by the Peranakans, descendants of the early Chinese migrants settled in Penang, Malacca, Singapore and Indonesia.

So why wait? Enjoy some of the best Nyonya dishes in Melaka right away. Travel to Melaka quite conveniently with the help of express buses, the more preferred transportation option all across Malaysia. Refer to redbus.my for booking online bus tickets and reach these spots in a jiffy!

Taste a spoonful of this history at these three places:

  1. Amy Heritage Nyonya Cuisine:One of the best luncheon places to be found in Melaka, the steamed ladyfingers with sour-spicy onion rings are one of the best Nyonya dishes to be found through the state. Another intriguing dish to try is the pineapple coconut prawns—sounds yum already!

  2. Baba Fred Nyonya Restaurant:A no-frills restaurant that will serve you mouth-watering Nyonya fare and quite quickly at that. The Petai prawn is one of the more popular dishes here.Baba Fred serves strictly Peranakan food only, unlike some restaurants that offer Chinese dishes as well, with highlights such as ayam pongteh (braised chicken in sweet bean paste) and ikan goreng cili garam (deep-fried fish with spicy chilli paste).

  3. Nancys Kitchen: Nancy’s Kitchen has long been the number one place to go for good Nyonya food in Jonker Walk, and it isn’t hard to see why. Its atmosphere isn’t at all pretentious – it’s like stepping into a friendly neighbour’s dining room for some delicious food, and dishes come piping hot from the kitchen. Try out their sek bak (braised pork) and sambal sotong petai (sambal squid with bitter beans) with white rice for the ultimate finger-licking experience.

Angel Quren Ное 30 '17 · Етикети: travel, trip, malaysia

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