5 Unique Airbnb’s To Experience in Malaysia

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Travellers who come to Malaysia very quickly discover that our wonderful nation is blessed with a rich multi-cultural heritage and beautiful scenic sights across the country. There are just so many reasons to visit Malaysia; especially now that there are so many ways to plan your journey online!
Nowadays, all it takes is a few clicks and you can book flight tickets and make reservations with your credit card, and you’re on your way!  Plus, with websites like Airbnb, you can find unique and affordable accommodations that are hosted by fellow travellers like yourself! 
Here are 5 unique Airbnb’s that we think you should consider if you’re visiting or travelling across Malaysia.

Tradition At The Heart Our Nation – Classic Malay House, Kuala Lumpur

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(41/2 Stars Rating: 47 Reviews)
Price: RM271 per night (Entire Home-2 Bedrooms/2 Bathrooms)
If you’re keen to experience how it feels like to live in a traditional Malay home, this is definitely the Airbnb for you! With its traditional architecture, classic furnishing and wonderful garden, you’ll feel like you’ve been transported back in time. The location is just a stone’s throw from the Damai LRT station, so you’ll find it easy to locate and then have convenient access to enjoy the rest Kuala Lumpur.

Luxurious Nights On The Marina – Luxury Sailing Yacht, Langkawi, Kedah

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(41/2 Stars Rating: 25 Reviews)
Price: RM552 per night (Boat -3 Bedrooms/3 Bathrooms)
Ever wondered what it felt like to live like the rich and famous and sleep on your very own yacht? Well, now you can experience it for yourself on this 53-ft luxury sailing yacht, located at the Royal Langkawi Yacht Club Marina. Plus you also enjoy full access to club’s facilities like the restaurant, swimming pool and bar.

Blissful Sanctuary In Historical Melaka – The Stable, Melaka

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(41/2 Stars Rating: 23 Reviews)
Price: RM381 per night (Home -1 Bedroom/1 Bathroom)
Located between Hereen Street and Melaka’s famous Jonker Street, The Stable was once a horse stable that was built in the 16th century. Today, it has been rebuilt into a chic home that features exposed brick walls with beautiful wooden beams and Peranakan styled decor. And with Jonker Street just around the corner, you can dive right in and explore the sights and sounds of Melaka.

Charming Retreat In The Highlands – Kea Farm Homestay, Cameron Highlands, Pahang

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(41/2 Stars Rating: 23 Reviews)
Price: RM241 per night (Home -3 Bedrooms/1.5 Bathrooms)
This lovingly restored wooden farmhouse in Cameron Highlands is situated on the top of a valley hillside and rewards you with a magnificent view of the sunrise. With its rustic décor and nostalgic furnishings, this homestay is ideal for those tired of the hustle and bustle of city life.

Artistry Inspired By Penang’s Heritage– Street Art House Homestay, Georgetown, Penang

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(41/2 Stars Rating: 23 Reviews)
Price: RM241 per night (Home -4 Bedrooms/2 Bathrooms)
If you are up in Penang Island and change things up a little in your accommodations, why not this homestay that is located in the Penang UNESCO World Heritage Site core zone? The rooms are tastefully decorated with beautiful wall art and once you’ve check in, you’ll discover that it is well located within walking distance of many of Penang’s tourist attractions.

What do you think? Are there any other unique or interesting Airbnbs for travellers to stay in Malaysia?
The article is prepared by CompareHero.my for Cleffairy.com. CompareHero.my is Malaysia’s leading financial comparison portal. Its blog contains various personal financial saving tips to help you save money and time.

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