For an outdoors person, you’d assume I love camping. You’d assume wrong. I love a good night’s sleep as much as the next person. So the idea of glamping appeals to me a lot. Yet despite the proliferation of glamping retreats here in Malaysia, surprisingly only 4 are worth recommending. Here’s why and who they are….
There’s a Malay proverb that goes “kecil kecil cili padi”, meaning small but potent. It sums up Sweet Cili Hotel in George Town perfectly .
Kanchanaburi province’s exotic mix of natural beauty and historical sites are worth more than the day trip allotted to it by Bangkok day-trippers. Those who stay often opt for the livelier Kanchanaburi, but the tranquil Khwae Yai, where WW2’s most notorious bridge crosses the river holds undeniable charm. These four stylish stays are a convenient 10 minutes walk away of bridge and station.
U Inchantree Kanchanaburi wasn’t my first choice of hotel for my River Kwai trip, but I’m glad it’s where I stayed.
What happens when one of your favourite hotels is no more? Well, if you’re lucky, it’s been given a new name. a new look and still has all the conveniences that made you return.
Located on the other side of Padang Pahlawan just behind Melakaraya, Rosa Malacca’s modern boutique hotel is everything Bandar Hilir’s UNESCO Heritage city isn’t. And that’s what you’re gonna love about it.
A stylish design hotel with a view of Tokyo Skytree, it’s not hard to find a reason to want to stay at One @ Tokyo. I found five.