Malaysia’s rich heritage has cultivated many significant locations around the country, from the Tugu Negara National Monument to the A’Famosa Fortress in Malacca.
Many Malaysians are now embracing their heritage and want to experience a more unique and cultural accommodation whenever they go on trips with the family. Thus, it’s a perfect trip down memory lane when it comes to showing the little ones what’s it like to be a proud Malaysia.
Casugria Dutch Melaka Chalet, Malacca
Casugria, a colonial chalet built-in 1810 under Dutch colonial rule, was once the homestead of the acting Dutch Governor of Malacca centuries ago. Today, host Natasha provides a tranquil retreat for guests mere minutes away from Malacca’s UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Sawah Padi Villa, Langkawi, Kedah
Guests will enjoy the experience of living in a traditional Malay-style villa located within a quiet village. Combining rustic charm with modern comfort, the scenic views of rice paddy fields and grazing buffaloes from the patio make for a truly refreshing stay.
Laman Tamara, Sri Menanti, Negeri Sembilan
Built-in the 1960s, much of the original design has been perfectly retained in this unique Malay village home. With a natural source of spring water and the sound of chirping birds, step away from the noise of the city traffic and reconnect with your loved ones in this gorgeous hideaway.
Classic Heritage Loft House, Kuala Lumpur
Lovingly decorated with knick-knacks and cosy furniture, this Stay situated in the heart of Kuala Lumpur is a classic home that offers guests the experience of living in a traditional wooden house.
Pulutan Heritage House, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
Known to many as the “House with 2 Horses” in Menggatal, this family home-turned-Airbnb Stay is well-guarded by a grandiose statue of two white horses with flowing gold manes. Enjoy the spacious compound and its garden of vegetable patches and flowering fruit trees.