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Airbnb Your Way To A Relaxed Weekend

If undisturbed slumber is what you crave for, these homes might just be what you're looking for, for that much-needed getaway

By Sa'idah Jaffar | November 24, 2017

If your body is in dire need of some peace and quiet but you don’t have the luxury to take a week off from work (because, adulting), we have gathered five Airbnb spots in Malaysia that you could seek refuge over the weekend.

 

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1. Kuala Lumpur

Lifestyle 1BR & Amazing Sky Pool is absolutely perfect for those who wants some alone time but still want to be in the midst of all the famous hot spots as it’s situated in the heart of KL.

Spacious with a lot of natural light coming through, we give this a two thumbs up.

 

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2. Petaling Jaya

Enjoy the lush greenery of Lanai Relaxation loft where you can enjoy a little nature in the comforts of your own home.

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3. Sabah

Imagine waking up to the sound of the waves crashing and having the best view for both sunrise and sunset every single day.

That’s the Hibiscus Beach Retreat for you. It’s a one-bedroom chalet that has every amenities you would need. Enjoy activities like snorkelling, jungle trekking and swimming.

 

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4. Penang

A 2 bedroom and 2 bathroom duplex apartment that is located along the kapal singh drive that gives you a breathtaking panorama view of Georgetown and the harbor.

This Seafront Scandinavian Home is impeccably decorated and well-equipped with amenities, making it an ideal stay for those looking for luxurious comfort.

 

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5. Langkawi

If nature is your calling, then this  Malay Farmer’s Hut situated near the Cenang beach in Langkawi would be a perfect fit. This chalet offers free Wifi, complimentary coffee/tea, fresh local fruit & breakfast basket together with basic kitchen utensils.

The compound is surrounded by paddy field and even has a mini lending library . But above all, our favourite thing about this place is during nighttime where you can lay on the hammock and do some stargazing.

 

 

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