5 Honeymoon Destinations that Malaysian couples can vacay at without Quarantine
The last two years has seen unprecedented practices of marriage and honeymoons. Wedding ceremonies in the time of Covid has seen smaller ceremonies, fewer guests and video live streaming for those unable to attend. As for honeymoons, the notion of romantic escapes to pristine beaches and crystal clear waters had pretty much grinded to a halt with so many countries closing off their borders.
Well, not anymore.
With Malaysia permitting Malaysians to travel internationally once more, newlyweds and couples can once again look at reliving their honeymoon escapes. To kick off the planning, here are five destinations that are just primed for your dream holiday with your significant other without the need of quarantine upon arrival.
Should it come as no surprise that we're starting off the list with this paradise on earth? Maldives was one of the first few countries to open its doors in 2020 with no quarantine for travellers upon arrival. Arguably one of the most beautiful tropical countries in the world, honeymooning in the Maldives checks every box a beach-loving couple looking for the ultimate in luxury accommodations and relaxation could want.
The Centara Resorts in Maldives are just perfect for that isolated getaway for the romantic couple such as this 4D3N stay at Centara Grand Maldives. Surrounded by the blue ocean of the South Ari Atoll, and distinctive with its timbered walkways and colonial-style buildings, Centara Grand Island Resort & Spa Maldives is a barefoot paradise with a palm-fringed beach and shimmering lagoon that offers the perfect island holiday for everyone.
With its iconic mountains, mesmerizing sceneries of valleys and waterfalls, intimate resorts, and luxury stays, Switzerland is a fantastic honeymoon destination for nature lovers from all over the world.
The best months to visit this delightful country, however, are April, May, September, and October. If you want a summer honeymoon, though, choose mid-June, and if you love winter, and low temperatures don’t scare you, you can plan your honeymoon between December and March. Pinpointing a city or a resort to stay at can be tricky as it varies on your interest and budget but you can always browse through this link to find a package deal for two.
Personally, we like the all-inclusive resort of Club Med Saint-Moritz Roi Soleil from only RM4,112 per person for 6D5N.
Canada has some of the most romantic places to visit and you’ll surely enjoy this holiday journey with your partner. The beautiful scenery, nature adventures, snow capped mountains, rolling hills and a lot more are waiting for you.
Quebec is one of the most romantic places in Canada, rich in European history and atmosphere with numerous cafes, cobblestone streets, architecture and the old town in the city is now deemed a World heritage site by UNESCO. This is an ideal place to experience a romantic fairy tale honeymoon.
For a different experience of Canada, why not travel through the legendary Spiral Tunnels and traverse the Continental Divide. Experience the only passenger rail service on this historic rail route by Rocky Mountaineer, celebrated for connecting Canada from East to West.
Bustling with tropical beaches, ancient ruins, ornate temples, and grandiose royal palaces, it comes with little surprise that a Thailand honeymoon is well sought after by couples all over the world. Explore the lovely and mesmerizing beauty of Thailand with your loved one and spend priceless moments. With romance encircling the atmosphere, Thailand has emerged as one of the top destinations for a honeymoon.
With Thailand announcing that it's allowing tourists to enter the country without needing to quarantine, honeymooners can look at revisiting this beautiful country once more and spoil themselves away with delicious food, exciting shopping and more.
Paris may well be the City of Love, but France is full of other dreamy destinations that are ideal for a honeymoon, from the charming Champagne region to the glamorous French Riviera. Ready to explore dreamy fairytale castles, scenic villages, and picturesque streets along Riviera towns like Cannes and St. Tropez.
Artsy couples should consider the delights of inland Provence, whose pastoral landscapes and purple-hued lavender fields inspired artists like Paul Gauguin, Paul Cezanne, and Vincent van Gogh. Foodies will find their version of heaven in Bordeaux and the Loire, filled with historic châteaux and vineyards, Michelin-starred restaurants, and even truffle markets.
As the world is opening up and embracing the new norm of travelling, it's time to create memories with your loved one and this list is merely the beginning of the adventure that awaits for you newly weds.
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