SUSTAINABLE AND ECO-HOTELS IN Malaysia

THE 8 MOST ETHICAL AND SUSTAINABLE HOTELS IN Malaysia according to ETIC Hotels

Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur

Business hotels, Hotels with spa
ETIC carbon rating
43
tCO2e
ETIC gold rating
9.8
/10

From: £64.8

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Gayana Marine Resort

ETIC carbon rating
29.9
tCO2e
ETIC gold rating
9.7
/10

From: £140.9

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Bunga Raya Island Resort

Hotels with charm
ETIC carbon rating
38.4
tCO2e
ETIC gold rating
9.4
/10

From: £161.7

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Hotel Maya Kuala Lumpur

Business hotels, Hotels with charm, Hotels with spa
ETIC carbon rating
39.7
tCO2e
ETIC gold rating
9.3
/10

From: £22

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Dorsett Kuala Lumpur

Business hotels, Hotels with charm, Design
ETIC carbon rating
48.8
tCO2e
ETIC gold rating
9
/10

From: £22

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Melia Kuala Lumpur

Business hotels, Green Hotel
ETIC carbon rating
25.5
tCO2e
ETIC gold rating
9
/10

From: £15.7

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Shangri-las Tanjung Aru Resort & Spa

Business hotels, Hotels with charm, Hotels with spa, Sport hotels, Family hotels
ETIC carbon rating
37.6
tCO2e
ETIC gold rating
8.9
/10

From: £40.9

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Liu Men Melaka - by Preference

Pet friendly Hotels
ETIC carbon rating
36.2
tCO2e
ETIC gold rating
8.9
/10

From: £0

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COUNTRY PROFILE

Malaysia

  • Official Name:Capital: Kuala Lumpur

  • Capital:Population 31 million UN, 2012

  • Population: Area 329,847 sq km 127,355 sq miles

  • Area: Major languages Malay official, English, Chinese dialects, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam

  • Major Languages: Major religions Islam, Buddhism, Taoism, Hinduism, Christianity, Sikhism

  • Major Religions: Life expectancy 73 years men, 78 years women

  • Life expectancy: Currency Ringgit

  • Currency: Federation

Things to see in Malaysia

  • Danum Valley: Nokuro / shutterstock

  • Taman Negara: wong yu liang / shutterstock

  • Borneo Orchids: Norli Sidek / shutterstock

  • Malaysia Island: Nokuro / shutterstock

  • Mossy Forest, Cameron Highlands: 4545838 / shutterstock

  • Pitcher Plant Malaysia: The beauty of the world / shutterstock

  • Rhinoceros Hornbill Sarawak: yusuf madi / shutterstock

  • Green Turtle Malaysia: Richard Whitcombe / shutterstock

  • Fireflies Sabah: Footage

  • Lab / shutterstock

  • Malaysia River Rafting: Lano Lan / shutterstock

  • Matang Mangrove Forest: L

  • Y Chou / shutterstock

  • Redang Island: Hamizan Yusof / shutterstock

  • Mount Tahan: Afiq Tannasir / shutterstock

  • Cameron Highlands Pahang: abdul hafiz ab hamid / shutterstock

  • Langkawi Swimming Monkeys: H-A

  • B Photography / shutterstock

  • Sipadan Island: Alex Rush / shutterstock

  • Mount Kinabalu: Alen thien / shutterstock

  • Kinabalu Park: Zuhairi Ahmad / shutterstock

  • Coral Flyer Zipline: Feda

  • H

  • K / shutterstock

  • Kiulu River: Lano Lan / shutterstock

  • Mud Volcano Sabah: Nokuro / shutterstock

  • Maliau Basin: J

  • K Sanis / shutterstock

  • Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre: Wayne

  • Image / shutterstock

  • Sarawak Caves: Stephane Bidouze / shutterstock

  • Proboscis Monkeys: Sergey Uryadnikov / shutterstock

When to visit in Malaysia

  • The driest time to visit is January and February which is also the busiest period for visitors, with the wettest months from September to November. The East Coast has a particularly diverse climate with two clear seasons. The best time to visit is from April to October, when the weather is at its driest.