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The Perfect 2 Week Malaysia Itinerary And Travel Guide

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Malaysia is a beautiful country in Southeast Asia that is home to a mix of cultures, multiple languages, many different (and delicious) cuisines, and tons of interesting places to visit.

This Malaysia 2 week itinerary will help you plan your trip around Malaysia. From tropical islands to historic Melaka or buzzing Kuala Lumpur, this post got you covered!

Malaysia 2 week itinerary

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Coconut tree on tropical beach in the Perhentian Islands

Malaysia in 2 weeks

Malaysia is a large country and as I said above, there are many things to see. This 2 week Malaysia itinerary focuses on Peninsular Malaysia and doesn’t cover any sights in Borneo.

I made two trips to the Malaysian peninsula, during my first Malaysia 2-week trip I visited Tioman, Kuala Lumpur, and Langkawi.

During a different trip, I spent another two weeks in Malaysia and visited the Perhentian Islands and Penang.

Two fellow travel bloggers have kindly provided their personal travel recommendations for Melaka and the Cameron Highlands.

So you’ll have plenty of options to choose from and create your own customized Malaysia itinerary based on the information in this post!

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Malaysia itinerary and travel map

In the map below you can find my suggested itinerary, where to stay, and highlights to visit during your 14 days in Malaysia.

Malaysia itinerary map

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2 weeks in Malaysia itinerary

  • Day 1-4: Tioman Island
  • Day 5-6: Melaka
  • Day 7-9: Kuala Lumpur
  • Day 10-11: Cameron Highlands
  • Day 12-14: Langkawi

Where to stay in Malaysia

In the table below you can find the best places to stay in Malaysia. Further down in the post you can read more details about these hotels.

City/areaHotelStarsRatingPriceBook
TiomanBamboo Hill4.7/5RM 150Website
TiomanBerjaya Tioman ☆☆☆☆7.9/10US$196Agoda | Booking
MelakaMajestic Malacca ☆☆☆☆☆8.6/10US$116Agoda | Booking
Kuala LumpurThe Lantern Hotel ☆☆7.8/10US$25Agoda
Kuala LumpurThe Traders Hotel☆☆☆☆☆8.7/10US$93Agoda | Booking
Cameron HighlandsThe Heritage Hotel☆☆☆☆7.9/10US$46Agoda | Booking
LangkawiNR Langkawi Motel☆☆8.3/10US$25Agoda | Booking
GeorgetownCampbell House☆☆☆☆9.4/10US$72Agoda | Booking
Perhentian IslandsBuBu Resort☆☆☆☆8.5/10US$273Agoda | Booking

Note: Prices for these hotels depend on the time of year and how far in advance you book. Therefore, the prices mentioned above are a rough indication of the price per night to help you compare the different options. Check the latest prices on Agoda and Booking and book ahead to get the best deal.

Important things to know when planning a trip to Malaysia

What is the best time to visit Malaysia?

The best time to plan a trip to Malaysia depends on the destinations in Malaysia you want to visit. Malaysia has two distinct climates on the east and west coast.

On the east coast, the best time to visit is between June and August. For the west coast, the weather is generally the best between December and February.

Please note that the islands on the east coast, such as the Perhentians, Tioman, and Redang, are often inaccessible during the monsoon season. The east coast monsoon season is from November and March.

We visited Malaysia twice, once in April and once in May and personally, I feel these are great months to travel to Malaysia as well.

The weather was good during both of our Malaysia trips (quite hot but no rain). Another benefit of visiting outside of peak season is that accommodation prices are generally lower and there are fewer crowds.

Which currency is used in Malaysia?

The currency in Malaysia is the Malaysian ringgit, abbreviated as MYR or RM. 1 USD and €1 are approximately 4.7 MYR. Check the current exchange rates here.

While ATMs are widely available in cities and usually don’t charge withdrawal fees, they can be difficult to find (or non-existent) on smaller islands or in tiny villages.

Be sure to bring enough money with you when visiting those more off-the-beaten-track destinations in Malaysia, you don’t want to get stuck somewhere without any cash.

Do I need a visa for Malaysia?

There is a pretty good chance you don’t need a visa as there are almost 100 countries that are granted visa-free entry to Malaysia.

However, to check which situation applies to you and whether or not you need a visa, check the Malaysian government website.

How to travel around Malaysia?

Malaysia is an easy country to travel to, there are many cheap flights as well as an extensive (and well-organized bus network) and a train line running from North to South.

Flights are very cheap, for example, I only paid €15 for a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Langkawi, including checked luggage!

I booked this flight just one day before departure, so even if you are traveling last minute you may be able to find a bargain flight.

Trains are a great option for those exploring the west of Malaysia, a train line runs all the way from Thailand to Singapore.

The service is (generally) reliable and the trains are quite modern. Read more about train travel in Malaysia on Seat61.

Buses are modern (compared to Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos) and generally leave on time, even when there are only a few people on the bus (a major difference from other countries in Southeast Asia).

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Malaysia in two weeks: the perfect itinerary

Day 1-4: Tioman Island

Scuba Diving In Malaysia: 4 Awesome Spots Around Tioman

Tioman is a beautiful tropical island and while it’s not a large island (just 10 km wide and 20 km long), there are many fun things to do on Tioman Island.

There are 5 villages along the west coast of Tioman: Kampong Genting, Paya, Tekek, Air Batang (also known as ABC), and Salang. Located on the east side of the island is Juara village, which is accessible by road (from Tekek).

We stayed at the villages Salang and ABC and walked to Tekek as well. Of these three, I personally preferred Salang, as it’s the most secluded and least developed.

Tioman truly is a tropical paradise, one of the prettiest islands in Southeast Asia, with monkeys crossing the ‘main street’ of the village and giant lizards lurking in the river.

Spot a turtle - diving Tioman

The ocean around Tioman is a National Reserve and Tioman is a great place to go scuba diving, because of the beautiful corals and rich marine life.

During one of our dives, I saw a shark, a giant moray eel, and a turtle in just one dive!

Other things we did on Tioman were walking the coastal path between Salang and Tekek, snorkeling, relaxing on the beach, and sampling the delicious Malaysian cuisine at the local restaurants.

Read more about scuba diving on Tioman.

Where to stay on Tioman Island

Ella’s Place in Salang 

Ella Place Tioman Malaysia - where to stay on Tioman Island

In Salang, we found a cozy little bungalow at Ella’s Place, located at the northern end of the beautiful beach.

There is no warm water for showering, but Tioman is a hot and tropical island so that wasn’t an issue for us. The accommodation is very basic but clean.

The bed has a mosquito net and there’s a fan for some fresh air at night (there are aircon bungalows as well). The views from the property are lovely and the sunsets are spectacular…

We paid 75MYR (€19/$21) per night for a bungalow with a fan. You can’t find the property online and therefore cannot book ahead.

If you are visiting Tioman during the week outside of peak season, you can take your chances and hope there is a bungalow available at this awesome little spot in Salang!

Bamboo Hill in Air Batang (ABC)

Bamboo Hill in Air Batang (ABC) on Tioman Island

We spent two nights in Salang and another two nights at the village Air Batang (ABC). We were very lucky to stay at the very popular (and often fully booked) Bamboo Hill.

These beautiful wooden bungalows are built against a rock and surrounded by trees. Needless to say, the views from the bungalows are splendid…

We had monkeys peeking into our room and a cat who hid her three tiny kittens in our room to protect them from the lizards! I highly recommend Bamboo Hill, it’s a lovely place to stay, and the family who runs it is very kind.

We paid 100MYR (€25/$28) per night. You can find this place online, this is their official website. You can also make a booking by sending an email to booking @ bamboohillchalets dot com.

Be sure to make a reservation as soon as you know your trip dates, as I mentioned above this place is very popular and often fully booked.

The luxury option: the Berjaya Tioman Resort

Both accommodations mentioned above are absolutely lovely, but they are pretty basic. If you prefer to stay at a more luxurious hotel, consider staying at the Berjaya Tioman Resort.

The resort is located near Tekek village, and a pickup and drop-off service from the jetty pier in Tekek is included when booking a room at the Berjaya. There are different room types, such as Garden en Seaview chalets and a Junior Suite.

There are many activities offered at the Berjaya Resort, ranging from an 18-hole golf course to a children’s playground and a tennis court. Views from the Beach bar are wonderful and the staff is kind and welcoming.

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Tioman to Melaka

From Tioman, take a jetty back to the mainland (Mersing) and go to the Mersing bus terminal.

There are daily buses operating a direct route between Mersing and Melaka. Check the online schedule to make sure there is a bus available on your desired travel date.

You can book a ticket online as well, to secure your seat.

Day 5-6: Melaka

Melaka Malaysia - by CK Travels

Caroline from CK Travels: Melaka, formerly called Malacca, is located south of Kuala Lumpur and is a small riverside town.

Rich in British, Dutch, and Portuguese colonial history, Melaka proudly carries its UNESCO world heritage status.

Melaka is very compact so easily explored by foot and is full of wonderful heritage buildings, ancient landmarks, and quirky street art. 

There are many fun things to do in Melaka but below you can read about the three main highlights.

Jonker Street weekend night market

This open-air weekend night market is one of the best in Southeast Asia and runs every Friday to Sunday from the river to the far end of Jonker Street.

You’ll find a variety of stalls selling unique souvenirs, local handicrafts, and amazing street food, plus there is a huge stage offering fun entertainment.

Make sure you try Nyonya Laksa, a rich and creamy coconut-based noodle soup that is a Melaka specialty and a mix of Malay and Chinese influences.

Melaka Red Square

This iconic and historic red square is home to many terracotta red buildings in the Dutch colonial style built between 1660 and 1700.

This photogenic square is located in the center of town and is also the meeting point for Melaka’s collection of kitsch cartoon trishaws which are really fun and colorful!

Melaka River Cruise

Taking a river cruise is a great and relaxing way to see many beautiful historical buildings and interesting sights around Melaka’s old town, including Kampung Morten, one of the few remaining traditional villages in the area.

The scenic round trip takes 45 minutes and runs daily from 9 am to 11.30 pm. The tickets cost 30MYR per adult.

Consider booking this UNESCO highlights tour if you love to learn more about the historical city of Malacca and its key landmarks

Where to stay in Melaka: Majestic Malacca Hotel

One of the best places to stay in Melaka is the Majestic Malacca Hotel. This boutique hotel housed in an impressive heritage mansion dates back to 1920.

The colonial-style rooms are spacious with comfortable beds and beautifully designed bathrooms. There is a (small) swimming pool, a spa, and even a library to relax and read a book after enjoying a day of sightseeing in Melaka.

Altogether, the splendid architecture, as well as the wonderful staff, will make your stay at the Majestic Malacca Hotel a memorable one!

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Melaka to Kuala Lumpur

From Melaka, the easiest way to travel to Kuala Lumpur is by bus. There are several departures a day and the journey takes 2-2.5 hours. Check the bus schedule and book online here.

Day 7-9: Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur - square behind PETRONAS Towers

One of the things I love about Malaysia is its diversity and a great example of this is Kuala Lumpur.

The capital of Malaysia is home to 1.67 million people. 44% of the people living in KL are Malay, 43% are Chinese, 10% are Indian and the rest of the population has nationalities from all around the world.

There is an almost endless list of things to do in Kuala Lumpur and you could spend weeks or even months exploring this interesting city.

However, for those of us who only have limited time, here are some of the places you can’t miss during your Kuala Lumpur itinerary.

Get lost in Chinatown

Chinatown is a slightly chaotic part of the city and can feel like a maze with no escape. Along Petaling Street vendors are selling all kinds of food and fake designer goods like bags, sunglasses, and watches.

Chinatown is a fun place to walk around for a couple of hours and the Central Market is a good spot to pick up a souvenir or two for friends or family back home.

KLCC and the PETRONAS Towers

Kuala Lumpur Petronas Towers best view from Sky bar in Traders Hotel

One of the places you can’t miss during a trip to Kuala Lumpur is a visit to KLCC. KLCC is one of the more expensive districts and home to a lot of shopping malls and the famous PETRONAS towers.

The best place to admire the PETRONAS Towers is from the Sky Bar of the Traders Hotel (located across the towers). From the bar, you’ll have an excellent view of the city and the iconic Petronas Towers.

Insider advice: plan your visit to the Sky Bar just before sunset. You can watch the sunset while enjoying a drink, and see the towers both by day and by night.

Batu Caves

Batu Caves Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

While the Batu Caves are located a 30 minutes trip (by public transport) from the city center, they are absolutely worth visiting!

These huge caves and the imposing statue 43-meter high statue of the Hindu god, Lord Murugan, are important pilgrimage sites for Hindus.

Therefore, behave and dress respectfully (bring a scarf or sarong to cover up before entering the caves).

Opening times are 6 am until 9 pm and there is no entrance fee for the caves. You can easily reach the Batu Caves by public transport, but if you prefer you can also book a half-day tour including transport and a guide.

Where to stay in Kuala Lumpur

Budget option: the Lantern Hotel 

The Lantern Hotel is located in Petaling street, in the midst of Chinatown, and very close to an MRT station (Pasar Seni). I stayed here twice and would gladly return for a third stay.

While the rooms are small, they are comfortable and clean. WiFi is good and proper coffee is served in the communal area on the first floor.

And I mean actual coffee bean coffee, not the 3-in-1 instant drab that’s supposed to be coffee that you’re often served in Asia. Altogether a good place to stay for budget travelers looking for a very central location!

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Luxury option: the Traders Hotel

As I mentioned above, the best place to see the Petronas Towers is the Traders Hotel.

If you don’t mind paying a bit more (and I say a bit more, because while the Traders Hotel is a 5-star hotel it won’t cost you a fortune), you can enjoy the view of the iconic towers from your own room.

Be sure to select a Twin Towers Room when making a reservation to avoid disappointment!

Besides splendid views, the Traders Hotel offers excellent facilities such as an indoor swimming pool, 2 onsite restaurants, a gym, and a spa.

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Looking for more Kuala Lumpur travel inspiration? Also read about the best things to do in Kuala Lumpur and check out this 48 hours Kuala Lumpur itinerary.

Kuala Lumpur to Cameron Highlands

Traveling between Kuala Lumpur and the Cameron Highlands is best done by bus. The bus journey takes around 5 hours and there are several bus companies operating this route (with multiple departures a day).

Check the bus schedule and make an online booking here.

Day 10-11: Cameron Highlands

Cameron Highlands Malaysia

Vicki from Vicki Viaja: Cameron Highlands was definitely the greenest place I have ever visited and one of the highlights of our trip to Malaysia.

Located east of the Malaysian town of Ipoh, the Cameron Highlands is an absolute must-see when traveling between the North and the South of the country (or vice-versa).

The most important thing you should know about the Cameron Highlands is that it’s a bit cooler than the surrounding area, due to the altitude of the Highlands.

Be sure to bring some warm clothes (long pants and a thin jacket) if you are visiting the area.

The highlights of our Cameron Highlands itinerary were definitely the tea plantations and the Mossy Forest.

If you want to learn more about the history of these sights, the individual plants, and tea production, we strongly recommend booking a half-day tour.

A tour is around 60MYR and includes transport, a knowledgeable guide, and a fantastic half-day of sightseeing around the most famous spots in the region.

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Tea Plantations

During the tour, your guide will explain to you everything about tea production in this region.

Our guide also made sure every tour participant received the perfect souvenir photo of their trip to the Cameron Highlands. Of course, you can also try the delicious tea that’s produced at the plantation.

Mossy Forest

The Mossy Forest is another highlight of any trip to the Cameron Highlands. There are so many different green plants waiting to be discovered!

There are some excellent photo spots as well. Simply walk along the marked path and enjoy the beautiful views.

Strawberry Farm

As a perfect end to your tour, I recommend a stop at Strawberry Farm. Here you can find freshly picked strawberries in all their forms. We especially liked the juice.

If you prefer to discover the Cameron Highlands without a tour, of course, you can do so as well. For example, you can rent a car and drive the same route by yourself. We recommend starting early in the morning before all tourists begin to roam the tea plantations.

Where to stay in the Cameron Highlands: the Heritage Hotel

My recommendation is to stay in Tanah Rata during your time in the Cameron Highlands. Tanah Rata is the largest township in the area and buses from Kuala Lumpur stop at the Tanah Rata bus terminal.

A good place to stay is the Heritage Hotel Cameron Highlands, which is approximately a 10-minute walk from the town center.

I recommend booking one of the Deluxe Wing rooms, which is the newer part of the hotel. Rooms are spacious and clean with comfortable beds.

There are two onsite restaurants (the Jasmine Garden Restaurant and the Rainforest Restaurant) as well as the Vintage Bar and the Vintage Lounge, serving Cameron Highlands tea, cookies, and cake.

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Cameron Highlands to Langkawi

Traveling from the Cameron Highlands to Langkawi will take a full day, no matter your chosen mode of transport. There are several options:

  • Take a bus back to Kuala Lumpur and catch a flight to Langkawi. While this may feel like backtracking, it’s actually the most comfortable option. The bus journey is the shortest one and the airport in Langkawi is close to Pantai Cenang, the best place to base yourself in Langkawi.
  • Take a bus to Butterworth and change to another bus going to Kuala Perlis. At Kuala Perlis, catch the ferry to Langkawi (Kuah).
  • Take a bus to Ipoh and change to another bus going to Kuala Perlis. At Kuala Perlis, catch the ferry to Langkawi (Kuah).

If you have a couple more days to spend in Malaysia, I highly recommend adding Penang to your itinerary before heading to Langkawi.

Not only will it break the long journey between the Cameron Highlands and Langkawi, but Penang is also a wonderful place to spend a couple of days. You can read more about Penang below.

Day 11-12: Langkawi

A beautiful sunset on Pulau Langkawi Malaysia

Another wonderful island in Malaysia and a great place to end your Malaysia trip itinerary is Langkawi.

Langkawi is located just off the northwestern coast of Malaysia and, unlike the islands on the east coast, can be visited year-round. While Langkawi is much more developed than Tioman Island, you’ll find beautiful white-sand beaches here, as well as the dense green jungle.

There are also several wonderful luxury resorts in Langkawi, making it the perfect place to end your Malaysia holiday in style. These are some of the best 5-star hotels in Langkawi:

You can read more about Langkawi in my Langkawi trip itinerary, but here are my top 3 things to do in Langkawi.

Langkawi Sky Bridge

Two of the most famous attractions in Langkawi are the Langkawi Cable Car and the Langkawi SkyBridge.

The cable car will take you to a height of 708 meters above sea level. From the top station, it’s only a short walk to the SkyBridge.

The bridge is about 100 meters from the ground, something you’ll find quite scary when walking across the transparent section of the floor about midway on the bridge (pictured above).

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Tanjung Rhu Beach

Tanjung Rhu is a secluded beach on the northeast side of Langkawi. Unlike the main beach in Pantai Cenang, this beach is usually very quiet.

With splendid views, soft white sand, and shallow water, this is a perfect beach to spend an afternoon.

Watch the sunset on Pantai Cenang

This busy but beautiful beach in Pantai Cenang is an excellent place to watch the sunset and a perfect way to end your two-week Malaysia itinerary.

You can enjoy the view from the beach or opt for dinner or a drink at one of the restaurants located along the beach.

Either way, the views will be stunning. Don’t forget to take a picture that will forever remind you of your amazing Malaysia holiday…

Where to stay in Langkawi on a budget: NR Langkawi Motel

The NR Langkawi Motel is a lovely place to stay. It’s a small family-run hotel just outside of Pantai Cenang, perfect if you’ve rented a car or a scooter for your Langkawi trip.

The room is large, clean, and comfortable and has a little porch where you can relax. The owner is very welcoming and friendly, altogether we had a nice stay here.

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If you have more time to spend in Malaysia…

If you have more time to spend in this beautiful country, consider adding the Perhentian Islands or Penang (or both if you have another week or so) to your Malaysia trip plan.

Georgetown (Penang)

Beautiful street art in Penang Malaysia

Penang is another island just off Malaysia’s west coast and known for its incredible street food scene. Don’t come to Penang expecting tropical beaches and palm trees.

While you will see palm trees and there are some beaches, that’s not why you should visit Penang. The reason why Penang is highly worth visiting is because of Georgetown, the capital of the island.

The old town of the city is a UNESCO heritage site, where you’ll find colonial buildings, colorful Chinese shophouses and mansions, beautiful temples, and old mosques.

Georgetown is also known for its street art and you’ll undoubtedly have come across one of the famous murals on Instagram.

In Malaysia’s Lonely Planet you can find a self-guided street art walking tour, making it easy to locate the most famous murals.

However, also allow yourself plenty of time to wander around and discover lesser-known but equally beautiful and original pieces of art!

Another reason why you should visit Georgetown is for the food. Often named the food capital of Malaysia or even the world, there is no better place to sample as much street food as you possibly can than Georgetown.

Grab a bowl of Hokkien Mee at CY Choy Road or Roti Canai at Transfer Road. If you prefer Char Koay Teow, visit Siam Road and if it’s Teow Chew Chendol you’re craving head to the small stall on Penang Road.

More Penang street food dishes and where to eat them can be found here.

Alternatively, indulge your taste buds and eat like a local on this 4-hour street food tour. Step off the beaten track and mingle with the locals buying fresh snacks from 4-5 food hawkers (with your guide).

Click here to learn more about this excellent food tour.

Other worthwhile places to visit in and around Georgetown are Fort Cornwallis, Kek Lok Si Temple, and Penang Hill.

Where to stay in Georgetown: Campbell House

There are many hotels and other types of accommodation in Georgetown, suitable for any budget. We stayed at a couple of different hotels in Georgetown but our favorite place was Campbell House.

This lovely boutique hotel is housed in a meticulously restored building dating from 1903! The rooms are beautifully decorated and offer all the comforts you can expect from a 4-star hotel.

However, what really sets this hotel apart is the dedication of the staff to make your staff the best it can be.

From the many small complimentary extras (drinking water, fresh lime ice tea, and even milk in case you want to make coffee in your room) to accommodating our requests such as an extra towel, a map with sightseeing spots in Georgetown, or recommended places to eat around the hotel.

The hotel staff will do anything they can to make sure you have an amazing stay at the hotel and in Georgetown.

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The Perhentian Islands

Perhentian Kecil BuBu Resort ocean view from terrace

There is no shortage of heavenly tropical islands in Malaysia and the Perhentians are no exception.

The Perhentians are a cluster of small islands about 20 kilometers off the Northeast coast of Malaysia. There are 2 main islands: Perhentian Besar (Besar means big) and Perhentian Kecil (Kecil means small). 

One of the best things to do on the Perhentians is scuba diving (or snorkeling), the ocean around the islands is a designated marine park and the underwater world is amazing.

If you stay on Kecil as we did, there are also some nice little trails through the lush green jungle if you are into hiking. When heading out for a hike, be sure to carry plenty of water as well as sunscreen and mosquito repellent.

You can walk from Long Beach to Coral Bay (1km), from Long Beach to Fisherman Village (3,2km), and from Long Beach to the Wind Mills on top of the hill (2km).

Read my extensive guide to the Perhentian Islands for more information.

Where to stay on Perhentian Kecil: BuBu Resort

This lovely hotel can be found in Long Beach (Perhentian Kecil). We very much liked our room at BuBu Resort: the bed was comfortable, the bathroom was modern and clean and the towels were soft and fluffy.

The best thing about the room was the view from our balcony (pictured above on the right).

Each morning the smell of freshly baked croissants and Italian coffee lured us to the breakfast buffet. The food menu for lunch and dinner was excellent as well.

While prices were higher than at the other restaurants on the island, the quality of the food was also much better and the portions were very generous.

BuBu also operates a sister hotel, BuBu Villa, on the opposite side of Long Beach. These beautiful villas are perfect for a honeymoon or a family vacation.

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2 week itinerary Malaysia: in conclusion

I hope this post will help you build your itinerary for Malaysia! Malaysia is a wonderful country to visit, you’ll experience different cultures, eat lots of delicious food, meet many friendly people and get to admire beautiful nature.

Feel free to ask any questions you may have by leaving a comment or send me an email!

Do you want to read more about Malaysia? Check out these posts as well:

This post was updated in August 2022.

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joe

Tuesday 21st of January 2020

The best itinerary, I’ll add it to my list for the next visit:-)

Lotte

Friday 24th of January 2020

Thank you Joe, happy to hear you liked the post:-)

joe

Friday 6th of December 2019

Great 2-week itinerary trip thanks for the blog.

Lotte

Friday 6th of December 2019

Thank you Joe, happy to hear you enjoyed the post:-) Have a great trip around Malaysia!

David Turley

Sunday 15th of April 2018

Hi Lotte,

I love reading your website and all of your itineraries. It is really helping me with planning some of my trips. My girlfriend, Leanne, is going traveling in October for a year but unfortunately I am not going with her. However, I will be going out a various half terms to go and see her. I have already used your website to help us plan Malaysia in December, so I am ready and excited for that! Your website has helped give me an idea of how much we would spend per day and good places to go. We are doing it a slightly different way round, going from Kuala Lumpur to Langkawi. I booked the Lantern Hotel based on your recommendation and I can’t wait to spend 3 nights there. Is transport in Malaysia expensive at all?

In terms of Bali, I am looking to go out there for 2 weeks next Easter. Which places would you definitely recommend? And also, how much was that villa you stayed in for your honeymoon? It looked amazing!

Then next summer we are looking to do 6 weeks in the Philippines. This is another one I am really excited about. Is there any spots you think we 100% cannot miss? This would really help us again.

Thanks,

David

Lotte

Sunday 15th of April 2018

Hi David,

Thank you for reading my blog and I'm happy to hear my posts are helping you plan your travels:-). You'll be traveling to some great places, Malaysia has beautiful coral, the Philippines has the most amazing beaches and Bali is so relaxed...

Transport in Malaysia is not expensive, flights are cheap (we flew to Langkawi for €15 per person) and buses are cheap too (Mersing to KL is around €10-12). You can book online and check in with a digital ticket.

About Bali, you can find my 2 week itinerary here: https://www.phenomenalglobe.com/bali-2-week-itinerary-first-visit/. I would definitely visit Nusa Penisa, go diving and get a little off the beaten track (north of Ubud). I was lucky enough to work with Jamahal Resort and received free accommodation. You can find prices here: http://jamahal.net/reservation/#content.

For the Philippines you can check out my itinerary here: https://www.phenomenalglobe.com/a-complete-itinerary-for-a-three-week-trip-to-the-philippines-luzon-palawan-and-bohol/. I can highly recommend each of the places we visited, if you have 6 weeks I would add Siargao island and Malapascua to your places to visit list. I haven't been here myself but these places were recommended by friends of mine.

I hope this helps! Enjoy your travels:-). Lotte

Ankit

Monday 5th of December 2016

Hey Lotte thanks for sharing this post with me. Going to follow it in my 7 days trip to Malaysia next month.

Lotte

Monday 5th of December 2016

You are very welcome! Happy travels around Malaysia:-)

Abdul K

Thursday 20th of October 2016

It is actually TBS (Terminal Bersepadu Selatan/Southern Integrated Terminal) located at Bandar Tasik Selatan. From here you can go to Chinatown by taking a rapidkl train to Plaza Rakyat Station and walk to chinatown

Lotte

Sunday 23rd of October 2016

Thanks for the addition Abdul!!! Are you from KL?