5 Resorts Away From The Crowds You Can Finally Travel To During RMCO

As life starts to get back to normal during the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO), Malaysians are now allowed to travel domestically and within states as well. The RMCO will take effect from the 10th of June 2020 until the 31st of August 2020.

Although the Malaysian government has allowed domestic tourism to resume, industry players are expecting a slow pace of recovery as people remain cautious of travelling due to Covid-19. Many are wary of avoiding crowded public areas and would prefer to go to isolated areas where there are less people if they were to travel.

Hence, we’ve come up with a list of hidden resorts far away from the crowds where you can enjoy the peace and serenity of nature.

1) Tadom Hills Resort

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Located only 45 minutes away from Kuala Lumpur, Tadom Hill Resorts is set amidst 45 acres of breathtaking tropical beauty in the southern part of Klang Valley.

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Offering a unique blend of outdoor experience and serenity, visitors are welcomed by the unique Tadom bamboo-inspired architectures. You’ll also get to enjoy the hospitality shown by their staff who the majority are the aborigines of the Temuan origin or better known as Orang Asli.

As part of their reopening promotion during RMCO, Tadom Hill Resorts is offering a 20% off all accommodations! Why not enjoy a peaceful getaway from the crowds and support the locals as the same time?

2) Sekeping Serendah

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Sekeping Serendah is located near a sleepy one street town of Serendah, about an hour drive north of Kuala Lumpur and the retreat is just a 5 minutes drive from Serendah town.

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Sekeping Serendah is a private retreat which has transparent and open sheds to embrace the beauty of the natural environment surrounding them.

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Sekeping Serendah is one of the resorts under the Sekeping brand that houses more different styled resorts around KL and also one in Ipoh. Check out their website for more info.

3) Boulder Valley Glamping

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Boulder Valley Glamping is about 45 minutes away from George Town, Penang where you can explore a nutmeg factory, tropical fruit farm, bee farm and durian farms which are all about 15 minutes away by car.

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Glamping is an outdoor experience you can get with camping without sacrificing your comforts like toilets, electricity, water supply and food but guests in the Boulder Valley Glamping site must be prepared for some discomfort as it isn’t a typical resort in the jungle with full services.

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4) Bambu Getaway Homestay

Located in Kuah, Langkawi, Bambu Getaway Homestay has been a hit among local tourists as one can get to enjoy living in a traditional built homes.

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It’s strategically located only 10 minutes drive away from Tanjung Rhu Beach, 5 minutes from Mount Raya and Langkawi Airport is only 10 minutes away.

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5) Meritus Pelangi

Meritus Pelangi Beach Resort & Spa, Langkawi is the perfect retreat for those looking for tropical tranquillity and ethnic charm. Located on the shores of the famous Cenang Beach, the 14-hectare resort has a kilometre-stretch of white sandy beach, perfect for evening strolls!

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The resort’s 355 rooms are housed in clusters of wooden chalets with private balconies, offering stunning views of the ocean and the surrounding tropical landscape.

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