Who loves beach-hopping adventure? If you do, better pack your bags and plan on a trip because there is a perfect country for that experience. Malaysia has dozens of tiny islands on eastern and western part of it. Some are unknown, that means they are cheaper, less crowded and unspoiled. Who wouldn’t love that?!
Explore Malaysia’s beaches at its best, the Oxley Towers Malaysia is a freehold mixed-use development located right in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. Consists of a mix of commercial retail, hotel, office, and residential space. So! If you’re looking for a place to stay the development would be perfect for the beach-hopping Malaysian adventure. Here are the top beaches in Malaysia that you should totally visit.
A paradise, that is how you describe this island. Although it is the most expensive of the east coast island, Redang island offers you beautiful underwater experience through snorkeling. There are few Malaysians living in the island, so you’ll definitely enjoy the place to yourselves. In the northern part of its island, you might even see some sea turtles. The island is well known as a sanctuary of turtles. Watch the sea turtles lay their eggs if you haven’t seen one. A totally fun and unforgettable experience of a lifetime.
On the north of Redang island, there are small selection islands called Perhentian. The islands are favorite for diving, snorkeling and scuba diving. The beaches are unspoiled that’s why they’re popular with budget travelers. Cheap as it is that’s why they nicknamed it the backpacker’s paradise.
For the best snorkeling experience, the island is a paradise for divers. Huge variety of colorful tropical fish within easy reach are living the abundant coral reefs off the northern coast of the island. You’ll definitely meet tourists there from Singapore because the place is just near the country of Singapore.
This island is the most lively in the west coast because it is popular to tourists. Langkawi is Malaysia’s duty-free island although the beaches there aren’t quite as beautiful as those on the east coast. This tourist hot spot has a wide variety of restaurants, hotels, and shops. For active travelers, the island is alluring to them because it is big enough for more than just beach sports. Hike up the seven wells and ride a cable car up to the top of the highest mountain of Langkawi are some of the activities you can do out there.
Near the Kuala Lumpur is the Pangkor Island. You can experience beach vibes within an easy drive from Kuala Lumpur. A great option for a weekend getaway although not the most beautiful of Malaysian beaches.
Shared between Malaysia, Brunei, and Indonesia, the island of Borneo is becoming a hot spot for well-traveled divers. Turtle Beach and Golden Beach that are part of the Similajau National Park are just on the west coast of the island. Both beaches offer a large nature reserve full of tropical wildlife, waterfalls, streams, and lots of different kinds of animals. If you love jungle trekking and bird watching, the natural parks of Sarawak are the perfect place.
In the east part of Borneo island, Sipadan is one of the top diving spots in the world. We’re talking about the whole world! It means world-class diving spot just in Malaysia is what it can offer you. Diving in Sipadan would be a great experience you may see different sea animals that the ocean of Sipadan has to offer. There are limits to the visitors per day because the island is an environmental reserve area, so make sure you plan in advance for a world class diving experience.
So there you have it! Don’t forget to pack plenty of sunblock for your unforgettable island-hopping experience. Planning all ready for a trip? Better check the Oxley Tower Rental for accommodation. It will be an ideal place for your ideal adventure.