Unconventional Wedding Venues for the Adventurous Couple

Make your big day memorable in Malaysia’s picturesque locations that add an air of adventure! Malaysia will wow guests!

Pulau Gemia, commonly referred to as Gem Island, is an idyllic private island perfect for beach lovers. Offering peaceful wind sand beaches and waterfront villas as a refuge from crowds.

1. Tabacon Thermal Resort

Malaysia is well-known for its beautiful beaches, lush rainforests and delicious cuisine – truly Asia’s hidden gem! While urban centers attract most visitors, Malaysia has numerous off-the-beaten-track spots that give an authentic glimpse into Malaysian culture and wildlife.

Tabacon Thermal Resort can be found nestled within the mountainous region of La Fortuna. Renowned for its mineral-rich hot springs, visitors to this resort are welcomed day or night to take a dip in its thermal pools – day-trippers may enjoy day use; while couples looking for peace and quiet can make use of a private area reserved for guests only – making Tabacon an excellent retreat.

The resort also provides various tours and activities. Hiking to Arenal Volcano should not be missed, while waterfall chasing and bird watching tours are also offered. Furthermore, the hotel provides full-service spa for relaxation after an exciting day exploring nature.

Malacca, located on Malaysia’s west coast, is an historic city full of vibrancy. While A Famosa Fort is certainly worth seeing, Malacca’s true beauty lies within its charming streets – particularly Jonker Street where colourful shophouses sell traditional delicacies such as chicken rice balls and nyonya kuih. Additionally, Malacca features numerous historic temples and mosques.

2. Jungle or Rainforest

Malaysia combines breathtaking landscapes and vibrant cities perfectly, from orangutans lumbering through trees to skyscraper cocktail bars. Tea plantations and heritage temples pay homage to Malaysia’s rich past while luxury hotels provide a taste of modern living.

Borneo jungles are home to amazing wildlife and an extraordinary ecosystem, featuring orangutans in trees and sea turtles on beaches. Take a guided wildlife tour to witness this amazing land or hike up Mount Kinabalu to watch sunrise over breathtaking jungle views you won’t soon forget!

But that is only half of the adventure: rainforests also host numerous rocky peaks that await to be conquered – challenge yourself by climbing one and gain access to views few people ever get to experience first-hand!

Penang offers delicious food with an historic backdrop, known for their irresistibly tasty durians, beautiful street art and diverse culture. Try their famed char kway teow dish or visit Clan Jetties to gain insight into Malaysia’s Chinese immigration past.

3. Zoo or Aquarium

Attract guests’ memories with an experience they won’t soon forget at a museum, aquarium, or planetarium that exudes history or intrigue – whether its spectacular architecture or amazing exhibits – and turn your big day into an eventful memory with your guests in a venue with history or mystery! Tie the knot among dinosaur fossils or priceless paintings or rare books for an unforgettable wedding ceremony under the stars or tie the knot among spectacular architecture that offers the perfect setting.

Plan a trip to Rompin in Pahang to experience Malaysia’s natural gems by planning a visit. Here you can discover everything from majestic waterfalls and traditional orang asli villages, to the breathtakingly blue Tasik Biru or “blue tears”, created by bioluminescent algae which illuminate the water like something out of Moana!

Other hidden gems of Malaysian include Rainbow Beach in Semporna, popular among surfers and nature enthusiasts to relax under the sun, as well as Zoo Negara’s Tunku Abdul Rahman Aquarium which showcases Malaysian rivers, wetlands, as well as fish species such as seahorses, butterfly fish, and bamboo sharks.

Make sure to visit Malaysia’s Baba and Nyonya Heritage Museum, housed in a traditional Peranakan shophouse featuring intricate woodcarvings, antique furniture and beautiful textiles from Malaysia’s rich cultural past. Additionally, don’t miss your chance at witnessing Bornean orangutans scurry through trees at Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre!

4. Stadium or Theatre

Stadium and theatre wedding venues provide an unforgettable venue. Rent out one of your favorite team’s stadiums during their off-season or host your reception in a grand theatre for an unforgettable and nostalgic event – complete with beer, hot dogs or movie-theater candy and popcorn service!

Qing Xin Ling Leisure & Cultural Village’s stunning blue lake will leave an impressionful memory in your guests. Surrounded by limestone hills, this hidden gem of Bandar Mahkota Cheras was once used for mining operations.

Kundasang, Malaysia – widely acclaimed as the New Zealand of Borneo – is an idyllic retreat offering breathtaking mountain scenery, crisp mountain air, and vibrant skies. Situated at the base of Mount Kinabalu and home to Desa Dairy Farm where visitors can learn first-hand how fresh milk, cheese, and gelato are produced – Kundasang promises an experience like no other!

Malacca is a hidden cultural gem located on Malaysia’s west coast and home to red-painted Dutch colonial buildings as well as vintage huts selling Nyonya Kuih (nyonya cake). History buffs should visit Stadthuys while Jonker Street offers numerous cafes offering great food and beverages.