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Malaysia

Langkawi & The West Coast

Malaysia as a beach destination was etched onto the luxury map by the island of Langkawi, or more accurately the Datai and Four Seasons. Today these 99 magical islets off the western coast remain a favourite for travellers seeking beach-bliss, remote adventure and five-star trimmings. Emerald-green jungle tumbles down to sugar-white sand, mangroves bridge sea and land, huge limestone caves swallow you up, secluded coves lie in wait and a technicolour underwater world thrives beneath.

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Venture off on a mangrove safari and spot everything from fiddler crabs to dancing dolphins; trek into the ancient jungle and see flying squirrels, rare butterflies and perhaps a mountain fairy (according to legend they live at Telaga Tujuh waterfall); hop on a bike and pedal the paddy fields and rubber plantations before stopping off for a roadside banana fritter.

If not Langkawi-bound, let the whispering serenity of Pangkor Laut work its magic. Only a fraction of this privately-owned 300-acre island has been developed, the rest is wilderness where time stands as still as the ancient land. What better way to experience Malaysia than in a beautiful water bungalow, overlooking turquoise waters and nearby islands?

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“Malaysia is like all of Asia in one small package, thanks to its intoxicating melting pot of Indian, Malay and Chinese influences. It’s a land that really does from everything, from postcard-perfect beaches on Langkawi to the futuristic skyline of Kuala Lumpur, where the Petronas Towers look like two rockets about to launch into space. But the wilds of Borneo is somewhere that will steal your heart, with orangutans, pygmy elephants and many more amazing creatures roaming its rainforests.” Rhodri Andrews, editorial executive
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