Malaysia Tours: A Land of Wonders & Wildlife
10 DAYS / 9 NIGHTS
Tour the wonders of Malaysia. See the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur, marvel at the rolling hills and tea estates in the Cameron Highlands, ride a trishaw in Georgetown, and relax on the beaches of Langkawi.
14 DAYS / 13 NIGHTS
Traverse Malaysia's city sites from Penang to Kuala Lumpur, see the rolling hills in the Cameron Highlands and discover the fascinating nature & wildlife of Malaysian Borneo.
4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTS
Take some time to discove the city and enjoy some time at your leisure for shopping, optional activities, independent exploration.
The face of Malaysia, the city of Kuala Lumpur is the most populous in the country boasting a rich heritage, historic monuments, a modern skyline, a vibrant nightlife and bustling street markets. The Petronas Towers are the city’s most recognizable landmark, the views from the 86th floor are remarkable.
Penang’s largest and most colorful city, Georgetown, is bustling with day to day activity amongst a historic backdrop of colonial architecture, lively shophouses, trishaws moving about the narrow streets, and historic Chinese & Indian temples. Beaches are nearby, and as usual, a delightful cuisine tempts your palate.
Get some respite from the heat of the lowlands and the crowds of the cities and head into the Cameron Highlands. Malaysia’s foremost hill station, the Cameron Highlands are home to velvety tea plantations, mountains and rolling hills, small towns, and beautiful landscapes. Take hikes, taste tea, visit local farms, marvel at scenic vistas, and stay in a delightful accommodation. Easily accessible from KL and Penang, Cameron Highlands is a welcome addition to any visit to Malaysia.
A true contrast to Kuala Lumpur, Malacca and the majority of peninsular Malaysia, Borneo’s natural paradise is home to some of the most intriguing of wildlife, including orangutans and proboscis monkeys, pristine rainforest, walking and hiking trails, and beautifully natural landscapes. See the pinnacles and Mulu Caves at the Gunung Mulu National Park, go deep into the Danum Valley in Sabah, or just take in the cities of Kuching & Kota Kinabalu as you discover National Parks and the rich natural heritage of Malaysia’s unique biosphere.
The island of Langkawi is a paradise of clear waters, pristine beaches and a lush interior. Well established as Malaysia’s most popular beach retreat, Langkawi boasts luxury resorts, spas and restaurants, while retaining its charm with sleepy rural villages.
BEST TIME TO VISIT:
Malaysia’s temperatures vary slightly, staying at around the 30°C mark during the day, commonly with high humidity. Rain can occur year round, but the Northeast Monsoon (rainy season) affects the east coast of the peninsula and western edge of Sarawak from late November to mid-February. On the west coast and in Sabah, September & October see the most rainfall.