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Mamma Mia! This Melaka Resort Is Dubbed The ‘Santorini’ of Malaysia



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Time to relive your Mamma Mia fantasies!

We know, we know, interstate travel still isn’t allowed yet but if you’re in a green state, you’re allowed to travel to other green states for tourism purposes. If you’re not from a green state, well… you can bookmark this spot for the future!

Melaka is typically known for their chicken rice balls and A’Famosa, but if you’re planning to visit the historical city sometime soon you should definitely check out this resort that’s known as the “Santorini, Greece” of Malaysia.

The Amanjena Resort went viral on Twitter with Malaysians being enamoured by its blue and white aesthetic. This picturesque resort is located in Pengkalan Balak, Masjid Tanah, Melaka.

Speaking to WORLD OF BUZZ, the people behind the resort said they’re delighted as the breathtaking resort completely resembles their vision of how they wanted the place to turn out. One of the highlights of this resort is that every corner of the resort is Instagram-worthy with its crisp white walls that will definitely fit the vacation vibe of your feed’s aesthetic.

“Of course, there’s more that we have to offer our guests [aside] from the ambience. We also aim to be very accommodating throughout the stay of guests. But to explore more about us, do come and visit as our guests.”


When the MCO was implemented, several tourism businesses were affected and that was the case with Amanjena Resort as well but thankfully with the government allowing interstate travel for tourism purposes, business is looking up again.

If you have been completely enamoured by this resort, you’d be delighted to know that starting from 13 April to 14 May 2021,  there will be a 25% discount on your stay! For bookings, you can visit their website here.

Let us know what you think about this aesthetic resort!


Also read: This Luxury Resort Turned Its Pools Into A Fish Farm To Keep Business Afloat During Covid-19

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