Malaysia Honeymoon Guide

Plan the perfect honeymoon in Malaysia.

Find the best beaches, resorts, attractions and things to do at these exciting honeymoon destinations in Malaysia. Also, check out the monthly weather conditions – so you can arrive when the weather is dry and sunny.

Find the perfect location for your honeymoon in Malaysia, today!


Renowned as one of Asia’s most beautiful tropical islands, Langkawi is fringed with idyllic white-sand beaches, swaying palm trees and crystal clear waters that teem with colourful marine life – simply ideal for a romantic getaway or honeymoon in Asia.

Experience Langkawi’s natural beauty by hire car, motorcycle and bicycle or follow scenic forest trails on foot to explore picturesque waterfalls and landscapes of lakes and mountain peaks.

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Tioman Island

Tioman Island offers an idyllic destination for a honeymoon in Malaysia. Experience lush, densely forested mountain peaks and hills that rise steeply from secluded bays, and palm-fringed golden-sand beaches surrounded by rich coral gardens teeming with marine life.

Used as the location for the fictional ‘Bali Hai’ in the 1958 Hollywood movie South Pacific, Tioman offers an idyllic island setting with a wide range of watersport and eco tourism activities.

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Perhentian Islands

Fringed with gorgeous white-sand beaches, swaying palm trees and crystal clear turquoise waters teeming with colourful marine life, the Perhentian Islands offer world-class diving.

Sunbathe on a choice of gorgeous beaches, go snorkelling, diving and sea kayaking. Volunteer to help protect the island’s green sea turtles or hike through the jungle-clad hills, home to giant meranti trees. The Perhentian Islands are a must for a fabulous honeymoon in Malaysia.

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Redang Island

Unwind on a choice of pristine palm- and casuarina-fringed white-sand beaches that dot the coastline of lush, jungle-clad Redang Island, the largest of nine islands that make up the archipelago.

Redang is arguably Malaysia’s premiere marine park, famous for its rich diversity of marine life. Superb snorkelling and diving options at 30 dive sites boast more than 50 species of coral and 100 species of fish – perfect for active couples planning a honeymoon in Malaysia.

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Penang Island

Penang offers an alluring mix of luxury beachside resorts, Buddhist temples, narrow alleyways crowded with authentic Chinese neighbourhoods, lively street markets and mouth-watering cuisine.

Virtually unchanged from its heyday as a major British trading post, Penang is the site of the first British settlement on the Malay Peninsula.

Sunbathe, swim or watch a sunset from the beach at Batu Feringghi, explore by cycle or trishaw Georgetown’s fascinating collection of ornate old Chinese merchant houses then ride the funicular train to the cooler climate of Penang Hill.

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Pangkor Laut Island

Pangkor Laut Island is an exclusive, privately owned island offering a tropical island hideaway just 1.6km off the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia.

Once the private domain of the Sultan of Perak, this beautiful island offers secluded bays fringed by pristine white-sand beaches and unspoiled rainforest that envelopes 80 per cent of the tiny 1.2km² island – the perfect spot for a romantic honeymoon in Malaysia.

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When to visit: Malaysia Weather Guide

Latest update: Malaysia Honeymoon Guide: 11 July, 2024