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4 Resorts In & Near Kuala Lumpur Great For Weekend Getaways

If you’re looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of daily city life for a weekend, you don’t have to travel too far away. Kuala Lumpur and a few areas outside of the capital play home to some great places for weekend escapes.

The Smart Local has come up with a compilation of the best retreats you can find in Malaysia. Here are four resorts from the list that are located in and nearby KL city:

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(Pic credit: www.sekeping.com)

Sekeping Serendah, Selangor

Wake up to the natural sounds of chirping birds and dreamy daylight in Sekeping Serendah – your best choice if you want an express weekend getaway from Kuala Lumpur. Only about an hour’s drive from the city, Sekeping Serendah offers a secluded escape and a captivating stay at its iconic glass house among many other chalet concepts.

You can expect to be rejuvenated at the end of the day because this “glamping” retreat offers a wide range of exciting activities such as jungle trekking, fishing along the lake, and visiting the International Orchid Farmville farm. Golfers should also seize this opportunity to visit the Serendah Golf Course and indulge in a leisure game.

Sekeping has many other retreat concepts plotted all over Malaysia from as near as Taman Paramount to Bangsar for all your rejuvenation needs.

Price: From RM 300.00 for 2 PAX

Address: Chalet, Jalan Ipoh, Kg Orang Asli, Serendah, Malaysia

Website: sekeping.com/serendah

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(Pic credit: Villa Samadhi/Facebook)

Villa Samadhi, Kuala Lumpur

Hidden in the heart of Kuala Lumpur is this little oasis for city dwellers thirsty for a brief refreshing weekend staycation. Only 10 minutes away from KLCC, Villa Samadhi may be close to the city but definitely a world away from the grasp of city stress.

Price: From RM 630.00

Address: Persiaran Madge, 55000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Website: www.villasamadhi.com.my

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(Pic credit: Templer Park Rainforest Retreat/Facebook)

Templer Park Rainforest Retreat, Rawang

Malaysia is rich with rainforest all over the country; what better way than to enjoy it than out lounging by the infinity pool overlooking Bukit Takun. Made with everyone’s enjoyment in mind, this is the perfect place for a chilling afternoon amongst the natural environment and you can even hold events here. Although it may seem remote and far from our beloved KL city, Templar’s Park Rainforest Retreat is actually minutes away and easily accessible from KL.

Price: From RM 600.00

Address: No 23, Jalan 3/2, Templer Heights, Templer Park, Rawang, Selangor

Website: www.facebook.com/tprr1

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(Pic credit: www.avillionprivatecollection.com)

Kuang Kampung Retreat, Sungai Buloh

Price: From RM 960

While this home may appear to be just another timber wood house like every other resort, this house actually tells a story far deeper than its facade. The architect couple who built this furnished this home with a goal of shining the limelight on Malaysian heritage – picking out antique furnitures each with its own tale from the past. Entice yourself to a piece of history and lay back in their pristine pool for a retreat into paradise.

Price: From RM 960.00

Address: Lorong Orkid, Kuang, 47000 Sungai Buloh, KL, Malaysia

Website: www.avillionprivatecollection.com

If you don’t mind heading out of Kuala Lumpur and Selangor, neighbouring state Negeri Sembilan has its own share of retreats such as The Dusun, The Shorea and AwanMulan, which also appear on The Smart Locals list. For more information on these resorts and to explore others, visit the link below.

 

Read full article:

15 Best Zen Resorts In Malaysia For A Weekend Escape

Reposted from: The Smart Local

Picture credits:

Sekeping, Facebook, Avillion Private Collection, Facebook

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Maggie De souza
As a homebody, Maggie likes spending her week-nights and weekends curled up on the couch with her furbabies, catching up on her favourite TV shows, all while sipping on a nice warm cup of green tea.

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