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Malaysia is a country that yields a rich mix of cultural attractions and rapidly expanding cities filled with skyscrapers and multilane highways. Whether it’s the country’s jam-packed calendar of festivals, or its capital city of Kuala Lumpur, home to sprawling malls and narrow alleyways with lively and colourful markets, Malaysia’s street life is vibrant.

But these are not the only reasons Malaysia welcomes a steady stream of visitors: there is also its cheap, tasty and varied food as well as its charming and sometimes eclectic blend of Moghul, Malay, Victorian and ultramodern architecture. Besides that, generations of travellers are also enthralled by the white-sand beaches of famous west coast islands such as Pulau Langkawi and Pulau Redang, as well as the lush rainforests of Borneo to the east. With so many varied and alluring attractions, Malaysia has something for everyone.

Where to go in Malaysia


Borneo
Borneo is a renowned eco-tourism destination. Blanketed with thick impenetrable forest, undulating valleys, sun-kissed islands and towering mountain ranges, the region is home to super-sized Nature offerings ranging from the mighty Mount Kinabalu to the yawning Sarawak Chamber.






Langkawi 
Langkawi is an archipelago made up of 99 islands on Malaysia’s west coast. Surrounded by turquoise sea, the interior of the main island is a mixture of picturesque paddy fields and jungle-clad hills.The island is especially recognised for its excellent diving opportunities and this tropical gem hides a treasure trove of other exciting holiday opportunities.



Penang
Penang is famous for its soft sandy beaches and is fondly regarded as the food capital of Malaysia. Some of the most interesting sites of Penang include the sandy beaches of Tanjung Bungah, the landscape from the summit of Penang Hill and the vipers in the Snake Temple. The quaint nooks and crannies of Georgetown and the Tropical Spice Garden.


Redang Island
If you get tired of white beaches, Redang has plenty of wildlife, including monkeys, deer and monitor lizards.With excellently preserved coral, the main attractions of Redang are snorkeling, diving and the crystal clear waters.







Kuantan/Cherating Beach
Kuantan is a calm city located in Pahang state off the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia. It is also home to some of the nation’s most popular beaches, in particular, Cherating. The serene atmosphere and beautiful beaches are what attracts visitors from all over the world, time and time again, who come to enjoy the cultural enrichment, warm weather and gentle sea breeze.



Tioman Island
Located on Malaysia's east coast and not too far from Singapore, Tioman Island is a different kind of destination. Both accommodation and excellent diving are less costly; development is minimal. 






Pangkor Island
For a taste of local life, head to Pangkor, the favorite Malaysian island among national tourists. Pangkor, just 30 minutes off Peninsular Malaysia's west coast, is the home of several fishing settlements. On the other side of the island, resorts with golf courses and beaches dominate the landscape, making for two distinct sides of this tiny island. For a unusual island activity, head to Teluk Ketapang to enjoy nature uninterrupted where sea turtles come to lay their eggs. 


Perhentian Island
Popular with backpackers and active types, Pulau Perhentian is made up of two small islands off Peninsular Malaysia's northeast coast, Kecil on the west and Besar on the east. Both islands are known for their crystal-clear waters, explored by snorkelers and scuba divers alike, and unspoiled jungles. Perhentian is a 10-mile boat ride from Kuala Besut, and the two islands are connected to each other by a strait.




Cameron Highlands
Escape the heat and visit a tea plantation in the rolling hills of the Cameron Highlands. Cameron Highlands is ideal for laidback and natural getaways due to its cooler temperatures, farms and plantations, as well as the highest point in Malaysia accessible by road.




 

Genting Highland/Resort World Genting
Called Genting Highlands, or Resorts World Genting is a hill resort town located an hour outside of Kuala Lumpur. The Genting Skyway provides for great views and an excellent entrance to the Genting Highlands, taking 15 minutes for the gondola lift to reach the summit. Outside the world of entertainment, the Chin Swee Caves Temple sits in one of the most scenic sites. 
 

Melaka/Malacca
This charming city is a UNESCO world heritage site, with a rich trading history and multicultural heritage. Melaka/Malacca is a rewarding town to explore and is about two hours from Kuala Lumpur. It was here that colonial forces first made contact with Malaysia, which eventually shaped the country into its current economic and political system.



Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur is the capital city of Malaysia, boasting gleaming skyscrapers, colonial architecture, charming locals, and a myriad of natural attractions. The cultural hub of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur is visually defined by the iconic Petronas Twin Towers, which, at 88 stories high, are the tallest twin buildings in the world and a vision of modern architecture. 







 
   
   

Attractions

Fascinating, Marvellous, Remarkable - Malaysia is a top destination for tourists all across the world, having an unbeatable atmosphere and peaceful environment. For those in need of a tropical paradise or shopping parade, look no further than Malaysia – a land of discovery and adventure!

What to see in Malaysia


Borneo
Borneo is a renowned eco-tourism destination. Blanketed with thick impenetrable forest, undulating valleys, sun-kissed islands and towering mountain ranges, the region is home to super-sized Nature offerings ranging from the mighty Mount Kinabalu to the yawning Sarawak Chamber.






Langkawi 
Langkawi is an archipelago made up of 99 islands on Malaysia’s west coast. Surrounded by turquoise sea, the interior of the main island is a mixture of picturesque paddy fields and jungle-clad hills.The island is especially recognised for its excellent diving opportunities and this tropical gem hides a treasure trove of other exciting holiday opportunities.



Penang
Penang is famous for its soft sandy beaches and is fondly regarded as the food capital of Malaysia. Some of the most interesting sites of Penang include the sandy beaches of Tanjung Bungah, the landscape from the summit of Penang Hill and the vipers in the Snake Temple. The quaint nooks and crannies of Georgetown and the Tropical Spice Garden.


Redang Island
If you get tired of white beaches, Redang has plenty of wildlife, including monkeys, deer and monitor lizards.With excellently preserved coral, the main attractions of Redang are snorkeling, diving and the crystal clear waters.







Kuantan/Cherating Beach
Kuantan is a calm city located in Pahang state off the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia. It is also home to some of the nation’s most popular beaches, in particular, Cherating. The serene atmosphere and beautiful beaches are what attracts visitors from all over the world, time and time again, who come to enjoy the cultural enrichment, warm weather and gentle sea breeze.



Tioman Island
Located on Malaysia's east coast and not too far from Singapore, Tioman Island is a different kind of destination. Both accommodation and excellent diving are less costly; development is minimal. 






Pangkor Island
For a taste of local life, head to Pangkor, the favorite Malaysian island among national tourists. Pangkor, just 30 minutes off Peninsular Malaysia's west coast, is the home of several fishing settlements. On the other side of the island, resorts with golf courses and beaches dominate the landscape, making for two distinct sides of this tiny island. For a unusual island activity, head to Teluk Ketapang to enjoy nature uninterrupted where sea turtles come to lay their eggs. 


Perhentian Island
Popular with backpackers and active types, Pulau Perhentian is made up of two small islands off Peninsular Malaysia's northeast coast, Kecil on the west and Besar on the east. Both islands are known for their crystal-clear waters, explored by snorkelers and scuba divers alike, and unspoiled jungles. Perhentian is a 10-mile boat ride from Kuala Besut, and the two islands are connected to each other by a strait.




Cameron Highlands
Escape the heat and visit a tea plantation in the rolling hills of the Cameron Highlands. Cameron Highlands is ideal for laidback and natural getaways due to its cooler temperatures, farms and plantations, as well as the highest point in Malaysia accessible by road.




 

Genting Highland/Resort World Genting
Called Genting Highlands, or Resorts World Genting is a hill resort town located an hour outside of Kuala Lumpur. The Genting Skyway provides for great views and an excellent entrance to the Genting Highlands, taking 15 minutes for the gondola lift to reach the summit. Outside the world of entertainment, the Chin Swee Caves Temple sits in one of the most scenic sites. 
 

Melaka/Malacca
This charming city is a UNESCO world heritage site, with a rich trading history and multicultural heritage. Melaka/Malacca is a rewarding town to explore and is about two hours from Kuala Lumpur. It was here that colonial forces first made contact with Malaysia, which eventually shaped the country into its current economic and political system.



Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur is the capital city of Malaysia, boasting gleaming skyscrapers, colonial architecture, charming locals, and a myriad of natural attractions. The cultural hub of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur is visually defined by the iconic Petronas Twin Towers, which, at 88 stories high, are the tallest twin buildings in the world and a vision of modern architecture. 







 
   
   

Things to do

Enjoy some of the best tour packages we have to offer that will bring you on a journey to experience Malaysia in all its cultural richness and natural splendour. From the cosmopolitan sights of Kuala Lumpur to the vast richness of the Borneo rainforest and cultural sights of Penang to the myths and legends of mysterious Langkawi, these tours are guaranteed to spellbind and amaze you! Our tours have been specially divided into different states for you to browse a range of tour categories that encompass culture, nature and modernity. For example, You can take a trip to the beautiful island of Langkawi for mythical exploration, conquer the highest mountain in Southeast Asia with the help of a guide or take a view of Kuala Lumpur City from the sky!

What to do in Malaysia


Borneo
Borneo is a renowned eco-tourism destination. Blanketed with thick impenetrable forest, undulating valleys, sun-kissed islands and towering mountain ranges, the region is home to super-sized Nature offerings ranging from the mighty Mount Kinabalu to the yawning Sarawak Chamber.






Langkawi 
Langkawi is an archipelago made up of 99 islands on Malaysia’s west coast. Surrounded by turquoise sea, the interior of the main island is a mixture of picturesque paddy fields and jungle-clad hills.The island is especially recognised for its excellent diving opportunities and this tropical gem hides a treasure trove of other exciting holiday opportunities.



Penang
Penang is famous for its soft sandy beaches and is fondly regarded as the food capital of Malaysia. Some of the most interesting sites of Penang include the sandy beaches of Tanjung Bungah, the landscape from the summit of Penang Hill and the vipers in the Snake Temple. The quaint nooks and crannies of Georgetown and the Tropical Spice Garden.


Redang Island
If you get tired of white beaches, Redang has plenty of wildlife, including monkeys, deer and monitor lizards.With excellently preserved coral, the main attractions of Redang are snorkeling, diving and the crystal clear waters.







Kuantan/Cherating Beach
Kuantan is a calm city located in Pahang state off the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia. It is also home to some of the nation’s most popular beaches, in particular, Cherating. The serene atmosphere and beautiful beaches are what attracts visitors from all over the world, time and time again, who come to enjoy the cultural enrichment, warm weather and gentle sea breeze.



Tioman Island
Located on Malaysia's east coast and not too far from Singapore, Tioman Island is a different kind of destination. Both accommodation and excellent diving are less costly; development is minimal. 






Pangkor Island
For a taste of local life, head to Pangkor, the favorite Malaysian island among national tourists. Pangkor, just 30 minutes off Peninsular Malaysia's west coast, is the home of several fishing settlements. On the other side of the island, resorts with golf courses and beaches dominate the landscape, making for two distinct sides of this tiny island. For a unusual island activity, head to Teluk Ketapang to enjoy nature uninterrupted where sea turtles come to lay their eggs. 


Perhentian Island
Popular with backpackers and active types, Pulau Perhentian is made up of two small islands off Peninsular Malaysia's northeast coast, Kecil on the west and Besar on the east. Both islands are known for their crystal-clear waters, explored by snorkelers and scuba divers alike, and unspoiled jungles. Perhentian is a 10-mile boat ride from Kuala Besut, and the two islands are connected to each other by a strait.




Cameron Highlands
Escape the heat and visit a tea plantation in the rolling hills of the Cameron Highlands. Cameron Highlands is ideal for laidback and natural getaways due to its cooler temperatures, farms and plantations, as well as the highest point in Malaysia accessible by road.




 

Genting Highland/Resort World Genting
Called Genting Highlands, or Resorts World Genting is a hill resort town located an hour outside of Kuala Lumpur. The Genting Skyway provides for great views and an excellent entrance to the Genting Highlands, taking 15 minutes for the gondola lift to reach the summit. Outside the world of entertainment, the Chin Swee Caves Temple sits in one of the most scenic sites. 
 

Melaka/Malacca
This charming city is a UNESCO world heritage site, with a rich trading history and multicultural heritage. Melaka/Malacca is a rewarding town to explore and is about two hours from Kuala Lumpur. It was here that colonial forces first made contact with Malaysia, which eventually shaped the country into its current economic and political system.



Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur is the capital city of Malaysia, boasting gleaming skyscrapers, colonial architecture, charming locals, and a myriad of natural attractions. The cultural hub of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur is visually defined by the iconic Petronas Twin Towers, which, at 88 stories high, are the tallest twin buildings in the world and a vision of modern architecture. 







 
   
   

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