With its humid climate and high temperatures, Malaysia may not be the first choice for white Christmas celebrations – but we’re about to prove that wrong!
Malaysia is a country whose most professed religion is Islam, however, Christmas is recognised as a national holiday. Malaysia surely knows how to get into the festive spirit. During the lead up to Christmas, there is no shortage of things to do and ways to join the festivities.
Mystical Christmas at Pavillion KL
Step into an enchanting “Mystical Christmas” at Pavillion KL from now until 2nd January 2022. Shoppers can explore the snow village at Pavillion KL’s Centre Court, featuring quaint stalls, jolly snowman, festive reindeers and Mystical Fairies.
Cantaloupe @Troika Sky Dining
Overlooking the KLCC Park and the Twin Towers, Cantaloupe’s stunning dining room by Melbourne interior designers, Hecker Guthrie, offers panoramic views of the city’s skyline. With world class services, a perfect ambience and of course delicious cuisine, the restaurant is one of the best romantic fine-dining eateries in Kuala Lumpur.
Or maybe you’re looking for something else and want to get as far away as possible from everything? Here are two interesting places to consider for the Christmas holidays:
Nature’s Hidden Treasure – Sungai Chiling Waterfall
Located in Kuala Kubu Baru Selangor, Sungai Chiling Waterfall is the best to visit for adrenaline junkies looking for thrills. It can only be reached via an adventurous and unique trek along the river. There are six river crossings included, so be prepared to get your feet wet. The walk is completely safe although the current can get strong and the water is quite deep.
This is a man-made lake located near Banding Island Hulu Perak – a hub for travellers as it provides great sightseeing opportunities. Temenggor Lake is the second largest after Kenyir and the most famous lake in Western Malaysia. It’s the ideal escape for recreational sports, such as fishing, and to relax and enjoy its scenic beauty.