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My husband and I are traveling to Kuala Lumpur for a couple of days in end-May and would like to visit one of the nearby islands for another 4 days of beach downtime (somewhere within an hour's flight.) We've been recommended Redang, Langkawi and Tioman and have done some research on each, but aren't sure how to narrow it down.... We're looking for a quiet, secluded, beautiful place with clear calm waters, white sands and a good hotel (but not in the price range of a Four Seasons, unfortunately!) The idea is to relax, swim and eat well.

Any recommendations would be appreciated!

We are real food-lovers so any restaurant suggestions, especially in KL, would also be great. Thanks.

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