Time to get your camping gears up and head to these best campsites and glamping spots in Malaysia with views that will surely take your breath away. Malaysia is a country blessed with a perfect climate and weather. Thus, outdoorsy people can enjoy doing what they love all year round except when it’s monsoon season. But worry not because you will still get to enjoy other sorts of activities!
Best camping sites and glamping spots you can find in Malaysia!
1. Canopy Villa Glamping Park – Janda Baik, Pahang
2. Hounon Ridge Farmstay & Camping – Bundu Tuhan, Sabah
3. Tanah Aina Fahad – Ulu Dong, Pahang
4. Hammocks By The River – Hulu Langat, Selangor
5. Glamping at Tambun Lost World – Perak
6. Base Camp Penang (ESCAPE Theme Park) – Penang
7. Rainforest Camping – Pulau Perhentian, Terengganu
8. Broga Bliss Eco Garden – Lenggeng, Negeri Sembilan
9. Dusun Bonda – Batang Kali, Selangor
10. Chalet Deruan Ombak – Pengkalan Balak, Melaka
The traditional setting-up-your-own-tent camping or the luxurious outdoor glamping? Your choice!
There are times where we feel a bit more adventurous and want to experience classic camping with our own equipment. Such as setting up the tent and a fireplace to cook simple dishes like eggs. This somehow brings back the memories of when you went on that camping field trip back in your school days. Different people have different experiences but one thing for sure is that everyone ‘suffered’ that misery especially when it comes to eating. Nonetheless, it was an enjoyable moment to remember.
However, even if you feel like sitting at the campfire under a beautifully lit night sky but doesn’t want to go through the hassle, there’s always glamping. Glamping (Glam camping) is suitable for those who prefer the aesthetics of camping without having to do a lot of stuff. Typically a glamping tent includes beds, fans and a spacious area. If you have more budget, you could end up with a whole room inside your tent! Can you imagine?
Take note before you decide to camp!
- Some of the destinations require permission from the responsible administrations. Such as the ones in National Parks.
- Certain sites in Malaysia require mandatory accompaniment of an authorized and experienced guide for the safety of the campers.
- Areas by waterfalls and riverside can often be dangerous during monsoon season.
- Wear the right footwear! Plastic sandals are ideal for beaches or simpler terrains, but not for inside jungles and rougher landscapes as they call for hiking boots.
- Unless absolutely sure that tents, food and water will be made available at the campsite, always carry the necessary items with yourself. Make sure you know the rules of the place prior going.
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