Situated on the eastern coastline of Peninsula Malaysia, Tanjong Jara’s winning combination of stunning natural beauty, ornate architecture and luxury accommodation make for a honeymoon experience you will never want to forget.
With its lush tropical gardens and beachfront location you are reminded of nature’s bounty at every turn and your stay is made even more pleasant by the attentions of the kind and efficient local staff. The resort was built in the style beloved of Malaysian royalty in the 18th century and at Tanjong Jara you are given more than a taste of the royal treatment.
Honeymoon resort information
Serambi Sea View RoomEnjoy spacious living in the Serambi Sea View room with an expansive en-suite indoor bathroom with two vanity units, and a separate bath and shower. Enjoy panoramic views of the Serambi Sea for a soothing view on your honeymoon.
Serambi RoomLocated on the ground floor, the Serambi Rooms feature a king size bed, a spacious indoors bathroom and two vanity units with a separate bath and shower. The partially covered verandah overlooks the tropical gardens, making this a wonderful spot for a private barbeque for two.
Bumbung RoomSituated above the Serambi Rooms, the Bumbung Room are similar in size and offer beautiful views of the tropical landscaped gardens from the comfort of your cozy bed.
Honeymooning couples can enjoy the indulgent Couples Spa experience which will leave you feeling like a king and queen; treatments differ for men and women but the result is the same – utter bliss and relaxation.
If these world-class facilities weren’t enough, Tanjong Jara also provides a selection of cultural activities carefully tailored to immerse you in your surroundings and help you make the most of your Malaysian honeymoon. You can embark on a diving or snorkelling trip to Tenggol Island, go on a nature walk with the resort’s resident naturalist or take a Malaysian cookery class with Chef Ann. Cruises, bicycle tours and batik-painting sessions are also available.
For a deliciously romantic dining experience settle down at a table in the Di Atas Sungei restaurant, which enjoys a stunning situation perched over the river underneath the shade of a mighty Ketapang tree.
The Teratai Terrace is another great place to enjoy cocktails and dinner - accompanied by the poignant melodies of live gamelan music - while Nelayan restaurant serves up a tempting menu of fresh seafood and Asian and Western dishes in a charming al fresco setting.