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Halal Holiday In Malaysia

Malaysia is one of the best holiday destinations in Southeast Asia. Although it is a multicultural country with a diversity of languages, it is a Halal-friendly destination with a majority of Muslim Population (approximately 61%). Thus, it is popular specifically among Muslims around the world.

Its pristine beaches, crystal clear water, colorful coral reefs, marine wildlife, forests, diverse culture, and amicable people are some of the reasons to attract tourists. You will easily find halal food in Malaysia.

Malaysia has everything for everyone. From budgeted accommodations to luxury villas and resorts, you will come across convenient halal accommodation here. With its fascinating scenery and plenty of attractions, it stands among Asia’s most favorite holiday destinations.

From natural environment to historic structures and to modern architecture, it offers a wide variety to discover in all of its cities.

Some of the best places in Malaysia have been sorted for your halal holiday guidance.

Kuala Lumpur

Petronas Towers, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

The capital city of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, is incredibly beautiful. Traditional markets, fabulous Park, colonial buildings are in the shadow of luminous Petronas Towers and other gleaming skyscrapers. The Chinese, Malay, Indian, and European influences greatly impact the city’s culture. As people of Kuala Lumpur practice a variety of religions (Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, and Christianity), you can get to see an abundance of majestic mosques, Buddhist temples, Hindu shrines, and catholic churches in the city. You can spend 1 week here without getting bored for a while.

Visitors can have a deep insight into the city’s attractions by planning a tour of this fascinating town. Exploring its Petronas Twin Towers, Menara Tower, Merdeka Square, central market, the famous Batu caves, KL Bird Park, several museums and mosques will unwind you during your stay in Kuala Lumpur and leave a lasting effect on your mind.

Major attractions:

  • Petronas Twin Towers
  • KLCC Park
  • Menara Kuala Lumpur Tower
  • Merdeka Square
  • Kuala Lumpur Bird Park
  • Central market
  • National Museum
  • Batu Caves
  • China Town
  • Sultan Abdul Samad Building
  • Kuala Lumpur Butterfly Park
  • Perdana Botanical Gardens
  • Museum of Illusions

Things to do:

  • Sightsee all the major attractions
  • Watch the world-famous Petronas Towers
  • Shop from the traditional central markets
  • Stay at halal-friendly accommodations
  • Visit the beautiful mosques
  • Eat all halal food at restaurants
  • Shop with the kids from Suria KLCC mall and the great Pavillion Shopping mall with an amazing food court
  • Have fun at the museum of illusions
  • Enjoy ATV adventure
  • Waterski and waterboarding
  • Try scrumptious street food

Where to stay:

We have selected a list of some comfortable halal accommodations. Only halal food is served, and alcohol is prohibited on the property.

Penang

Kek Lok Si Temple, Penang, Malaysia

The state of Penang boasts an island and a peninsula linked through the two longest bridges of the country. The capital of Penang is George Town. It possesses colonial architecture, plenty of green spots, including botanical gardens and tropical forests, due to which it has become a major holidaymaker target in Malaysia.

Some parts of George Town have been chosen as UNESCO World Heritage Sites because of its clan jetties. So get ready to be lost in this colorful historical world of Penang

Major attractions:

  • The Habitat Penang Hill
  • Clan jetties, George Town
  • Kek Lok Si Temple
  • Fork Cornwallis
  • Penang National Park
  • Penang Hill Funicular
  • Penang War Museum
  • Historical streets
  • Dark Mansion (Glow in the dark museum)
  • Penang Botanic Gardens
  • Batu Ferringhi Night Market
  • Tanjung Bungah Floating Mosque

Things to do:

  • See the major attractions
  • Enjoy and play at incredible Escape Adventureland
  • Discover the history of Penang
  • Visit several museums
  • Revel in the ferry ride
  • indulge into the watersports
  • Spend the day on Batu Ferringhi Beach
  • Check the wildlife in the local zoos
  • Shop from its enormous shopping facilities
  • Relish the Trishaw ride
  • Private half-day tour to George Town

Where to stay

during your trip to Penang, you can book one of these lodges to take a rest and unwind.

Langkawi

Langkawi, Malaysia

The most beautiful city of Malaysia, Langkawi, is also the most demanding tropical getaway in the country. This is the best location for a beach holiday. Its idyllic coastline is exceptionally beautiful, with great resorts and lodges to stay alongside or over the water.

The astounding Sky Bridge and cable car give you the best peaceful vistas. There are also numerous restaurants to get halal cuisines and halal-friendly accommodations to have a comfortable sharia-compliant holiday stay.

Major attractions:

  • Langkawi Sky Bridge
  • Cable car
  • Langkawi wildlife Park
  • Water Theme Park
  • Deterang Lang (Eagle Square)
  • Pulau Payar Marine Park
  • Langkawi Wildlife Park & Bird Paradise
  • Paradise 3D museum
  • Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls
  • Durian Perangin waterfall
  • Kilim Geoforest Park

Things to do:

  • Enjoy sky bridge cable car
  • Relish the jet ski Tour
  • Explore the mesmerizing beachside
  • Tour the islands
  • See the amazing wildlife
  • Private city tour
  • Mangroves tour
  • Adore the stay at beachside villas and roos
  • Indulge yourself into the underwater world of colorful corals (through snorkeling/scuba diving)
  • Take private day tours to get the most of your Langkawi tour
  • Discover various museums
  • Revel in the scenic beauty of Langkawi

Where to stay

Some of the best places to stay in Langkawi are listed below.

Cameron Highlands

Cameron Highlands, Malaysia

The rolling lush green land –Cameron Highlands- stand among the best holiday destinations in Malaysia. Plan an itinerary to this spot for a unique and soothing environment entirely different from the urban atmosphere. The atmosphere of the Cameron Highlands is a bit cool, rainy, and rejuvenating, being on a higher altitude.

There is so much to explore, from jungles to tea plantations and big strawberry farms in the hills. Besides, the butterfly gardens, the village side, Museums, art galleries, and waterfalls are also included in the major attractions in the Cameron Highlands.

Major attractions:

  • Cameron Butterfly Garden
  • Time Tunnel Museum
  • Robinson Falls
  • GunungBrinchang (second highest peak)
  • Cameron Bharat Tea State
  • Raju’s Hill Strawberry Farms
  • Boh Tea Plantation
  • Mossy forest
  • Sam Poh Temple
  • Thompson Falls
  • Lavender Gardens
  • Mah Meri Art Gallery

Things to do:

  • `see the butterflies
  • Visit museums
  • Tour the strawberry farms
  • Visit the tea plantations
  • Play golf
  • Sightsee the villages
  • Mesmerize by the waterfall
  • Hiking across its forests

Where to stay

Here are some of the most comfortable lodges to stay in during your stay in Cameron Highlands.

Malacca

Malacca, Malaysia

A city rich in history offers so much to its visitors to discover. Malacca is along the west coast of Malaysia is a top cultural place. Being a historic town, it holds ancient Portuguese ruins, British-era structures, and an opaque Chinatown that contribute to the UNESCO World Heritage position.

The river in Malacca also presents a dramatic setting while running side by side the traditional town. Jonker street is somewhere to have scrumptious treats. Also, the unspoiled beaches provide thebest holiday experience to its vacationers.

Major attractions:

  • A’Famosa Fort
  • Malacca River
  • Butterfly and Reptile Sanctuary
  • Malacca Sultanate Palace
  • Jonker Street
  • Alor Gajah
  • Ayer Keroh
  • Melaka Strait Mosque
  • Jasin hot springs
  • Pulau Besar
  • Pulau Upeh
  • Melaka Wonderland Theme Park
  • The Shore Sky Tower
  • Pantai KlebangMenara Taming Sari

Things to do:

  • Watch the street art in Malacca
  • Enjoy a crazy tricycle ride
  • Eat at halal eateries
  • Riverboat ride at Malacca
  • Walk along the river in colorful lights
  • Rest on the secluded beaches

Where to stay

The best places to lodge in Malacca are:

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