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Malaysia 2 weeks in December

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I am planning a 2 week honeymoon and was thinking of Malaysia.

We would fly in from London on 5 Dec and leave on 19 Dec.

I would want a mix of city life, a couple of days on the beach, some nature and activities over the 2 weeks and I am trying to determine a suitable itinerary.

For a 2 week period I guess 4 places would be a suitable to visit. The followings are the places that I have considered so far. Anyone have any better suggestions for me?

City: KL

A beach: Langkawi

Nature: Teman Negara, Cameron Highlands

Maybe fit in one more place Penang (Although KL will be enough city life)

- I'm aware that the monsoon season hits Borneo and the East Coast in December. Does this mean I should avoid Borneo completely? What parts of peninsular Malaysia are suitable substitutes for any treats that I might be missing out on in Borneo?

- Is it worth adding in a trip to Singapore - maybe by flying into KL and then flying back to London via Singapore?

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