Sunday, August 24, 2014

15 Most Unique Event Venues in Malaysia

The locations listed below are non-hotels, non-beaches and non-restaurants. They cater for groups of 5- 200 pax. For furniture rentals, transport, catering, AV and decor needs, Best Events would be more than happy to complement what the venues can provide.
1. Puncak Dani in Genting Highlands
Puncak Dani Genting Best non-hotel and non-restaurant wedding venues in Malaysia
If you’re looking for a breathtakingly beautiful baroque style bungalow as your event venue, look no further than Puncak Dani in Genting Highlands. Located just next to Awana, this hidden gem is perfect for an intimate wedding reception.
For more information: http://alunalunresort.com/
2. Duchess Place in Ampang
Duchess Place Best non-hotel and non-restaurant wedding venues in Malaysia
Located along Jalan Ampang, this unassuming bungalow opens up to a beautiful marquee that can fit up to 300 guests. The best thing about having your event at Duchess Place is that you don’t have to worry about decorations – they literally have everything and can transform the venue into any theme you dream of.
3. Lakeside Venue in Kelana Jaya
Lakesight Best non-hotel and non-restaurant wedding venues in Malaysia
Who knew the sterile town of Kelana Jaya would have such a beautiful venue for an intimate event? Located by the lake and with very reasonably priced packages that include food and decorations, this is the place to get your bang for the buck.
For more information: http://www.wedresearch.net/
4. Enderong House in Janda Baik
Enderong House Best non-hotel and non-restaurant wedding venues in Malaysia
An amazingly picturesque location for your event, Enderong House has both nature and modern amenities harmoniously intertwined. This place is perfect for both small and big events.
For more information: http://enderong.com/
5.  Dani Lodge in Genting
Dani Lodge Best non-hotel and non-restaurant wedding venues in Malaysia
Basically the younger sister of Puncak Dani, Dani Lodge is a contemporary bungalow in Genting Highlands with an open concept design. Overlooking the Awana Golf Course, it’s perfect for a nice and cool garden wedding right in tropical Malaysia.
For more information: http://alunalunresort.com/
6. Wanaka the Bungalow in Kuala Lumpur
Wanaka Bungalow Best non-hotel and non-restaurant wedding venues in Malaysia
Wanaka the Bungalow calls itself a white canvas, as in you can transform it into anything that fits the theme of your event. The beautiful design of the bungalow and its surroundings ensure that your wedding will be one photogenic affair.
7. Laman Kayangan in Shah Alam
Laman Kayangan Best non-hotel and non-restaurant wedding venues in Malaysia
What a deceivingly beautiful venue right in the heart of Shah Alam! The pillar-less, white, marquee setup is just brilliant as even a very simple wedding theme would look amazingly gorgeous here.
For more information: http://www.lamankayangan.com/
8. Banker’s Club in Kuala Lumpur

Photo credit: Benlawstudio.com

The great thing about the Bankers Club is obviously its architecture.  Those rich, luxurious wood panellings and high ceilings are perfect for the couple looking for a timeless and elegant wedding.
For more information: http://www.bankersclub.com.my/
9. KL Tower in Kuala Lumpur

Photo credit: numb9r.com

There are not many things that are better than having your wedding at a magnificent venue that has the birds eye view of Kuala Lumpur. Who needs flowers when you have clouds?
For more information: http://www.menarakl.com.my/
10. Dusun Garden Fairies in Hulu Langat
Dusun Garden Fairies Best non-hotel and non-restaurant wedding venues in Malaysia
Another hidden gem in the cool hills of Hulu Langat.  With a beautiful garden, a treehouse for grown-ups and a spacious pavillion, you will be able to hold your event or wedding of your dreams amidst beautiful nature.
11. Idaman in  Janda Baik
Idaman Janda Baik
Idaman is a wonderful place to go if you have a group of 10 people. At the maximum of RM2100 per night for the entire bungalow, this means it’s only RM210 per person. And the bungalow is so gorgeous!
12 The Dusun – House Sora in Seremban
the dusun
Okay so the House of Sora doesn’t really have a real swimming  pool but taking a dip in the plunge pool is still pretty nice. The beautiful bungalow makes up for the lack of water.
For more information: http://thedusun.com.my/
13 Villa D’oria in Kuala Lumpur
Villa Doria
If you could gather 15 people, you’re looking at paying slightly over RM100 for a whole bungalow with a private pool!
For more information: https://www.facebook.com/VillaDOria
14 The Greyhouse Bangsar
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Need a beautiful indoor space and a huge outdoor garden for all your party needs? The Greyhouse Bangsar is for you.
For more information: https://www.facebook.com/greycornerhouse
15 Summer Residence at Rainforest Sanctuary
Initially meant for post-natal mother care, the venue now also opens its doors to small groups of people wanting to get together in a peaceful and tranquil environment. 
For more information: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Summer-Residence-at-Rainforest-Sanctuary
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28 comments:

  1. # 7 is absolutely Breathtaking with that Cherry Blossom Tree :-) # Nice is nice and away from all the noise . All these venues have great potential for events

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    1. Indeed it is! The pink just pops in its all white surrounding

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  2. I love Lakeside Venue in Kelana Jaya, Dusun Garden Fairies in Hulu Langat and Laman Kayangan in Shah Alam which are really wonderful places for wedding events and celebrations! All the places have unique architecture and seem worth visiting!

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    1. It is nice to have events outside of hotels/restaurants sometimes and in the great outdoors! Kelana Jaya and Shah Alam are actually cities but these venues offer a mini-hideout from the hustle and bustle

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  3. Lovely scenarios. I loved the interiors, the lit house in evening and the lawn with chairs. awesome, amazing !!

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    1. It's great to have parties in the garden! Guests are more relaxed and tend to enjoy themselves more

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  4. Beautiful places all of them! They make a geourgeous backdrop to any kind of social situation!

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  5. Beautiful photos! The venues seem to be set in very picturesque locations. My favourite is #4... loving the pine trees!

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    1. Janda Baik is located on higher ground, away from the city. The climate is cooler and there's even a river there for picnics!

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  6. Truly beautiful places! Sadly but true that I never been to any one of it..

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  7. Some amazingly beautiful places. Number 7 is sooooo pretty although I personally really like number 4 - dramatic backdrop !

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    1. Yes, they are! We like Number 4 too! It's great for smaller groups of people

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  8. Who needs flowers when you have clouds?" What a beautiful idea! Nice nice suggestions.

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    1. The scenery is really pretty in the late evening when the sun starts to set and the city lights come on :)

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  9. What a beautiful venues for gatherings, and very spacious. I think, lots of these places will evolve in the future.

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  10. This really set a very elegant setting for an occasion. I'm sure everybody would be impressed by this venues.

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    1. They are more popular with the expats or locals with smaller families as the weddings in Malaysia tend to be massive with guests ranging from 500 to the thousands. These locations are great for smaller groups of people

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  11. What beautiful locations! I really love the idea of the KL tower. What an incredible urban wedding that would be!

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  12. These places are nice! Any suggestion for photoshooting?

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    1. Number 1 and 4 are not too far from each other. Could be a nice one day shoot outing :)

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  13. Malaysia has great places to offer to tourists. #9 is such an awesome place to spend the night with my partner.

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  14. Yes, we love the East Coast beaches. Warm waters, white sand! KL Tower is definitely a must visit on a clear day. It's nice to have dinner there at night as the city lights are really pretty

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  15. I am only familiar with Genting Highlands. These are really amazing places in Malaysia - KarenT

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  16. Yeah these are quite famous one and if you have deep pockets, nothing is going to stop you one of these magnificent wedding location venue as what I heard from my friends is that only super rich are able to book these venues.

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