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From stunning beaches and islands with world class snorkelling and diving, to the vast rainforest and national parks abundant with wildlife, mixed with the amazing cuisine, great shopping and friendly people. Malaysia makes for a great holiday destination no matter what your tastes are. Comprising of three distinct parts, Peninsula Malaysia and the two island states of Sabah and Sarawak in East Malaysia on the island of Borneo, are areas all well developed, yet rich and varied in cultural tradition. Kuala Lumpur is the focal point of Malaysia and the nation’s capital. The action here lies in the city centre dubbed the ‘Golden Triangle’ – a madcap mix of modern hotels and large shopping complexes complemented by traces of its British colonial past and cultural beliefs.
The islands of Penang and Langkawi on the west coast of the peninsula are renowned for their relaxed atmosphere and beautiful beaches. Penang, the food capital of Malaysia, offers Batu Ferringhi Beach and the night bazaar in the evening along with Georgetown, unmistakably Chinese with a colonial architectural influence. Langkawi, an archipelago of islands, is blessed with many natural features, stunning waterfalls, tropical jungles and pristine sandy beaches, not to mention its duty free status.
On the east coast of the peninsula, slightly lesser known islands of Tioman, Redang and the Perhentian Islands also offer some fantastic island escapes. Renowned for their white sandy beaches, crystal blue waters and abundant marine life, they are fast becoming ‘must-dos’ for underwater enthusiasts, or those who just want to laze around on an exotic tropical island.
Petronas Twin Towers – Observe KL from the world’s tallest twin towers; it takes all of 41 seconds to shoot up to the midpoint of Petronas Twin Towers. Tickets to the skybridge sell out fast, but how often do you get to feel on top of the world?
Batu Caves – Located 13 kilometres north of Kuala Lumpur. Featuring a complex of giant limestone caves housing Hindu temples. Take a walk up the 272 steps to be greeted by monkeys – be careful not to carry any food or plastic bags with you.
Food – Due to the cultural mix throughout Kuala Lumpur, you’ll find an array of cuisines. From sambals, curries & Chinese dishes to Nyonya cusine, which is typically Malaysian. Be sure to check out Changkit Bukit Bintang, a popular boulevard with many restaurants and bars. Or for a more local experience head to the Hawker Stalls in Jalan Alor or Chinatown Petaling Street Night Markets.
Day trip to Malacca – Only two hours from KL, this quaint relaxed town is rich with history and culture from the ruling of the Portugese, Dutch & British. Take a stroll down Jonker St for cute shops offering Nyonya fashion, shoes, souvenirs as well as cafes & pubs.
Shopping – Most malls are open between 10am-10pm and you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to variety. Pavillion Mall is one of the newest malls, with over 450 retail shops, spread across seven levels. Sungei Wang Plaza is great for shoe lovers and KLCC is where you’ll find the likes of Zara, Top Shop & Kookai.
Suburbs of KL
Journey towards the eastern suburbs of KL. Visit the Royal Selangor and witness the art of pewter crafting before a stop at a Batik factory to admire the delicate painting process. Batu Caves Temple is the final stop. The limestone cavernous interior is home to Hindu deities
A one hour drive from KL, this popular weekend resort for the city folks is otherwise known as the ‘City of Entertainment’. Home to Casino de GENTING, a cable car and a theme park with over 40 rides, so there’s loads of thrilling adventures for everyone
Just two hours from Kuala Lumpur is Malacca, a once powerful and prosperous trading port. Visit St. Paul’s Hill, the Stadhuys Building and the ruins of St. Paul’s Church before a local Peranakan lunch and a stroll along Jonker Street. The last stop today is at the oldest Chinese Temple in Malaysia.
Sunway Lagoon Theme Park
Have a fun-filled day at Sunway Lagoon and discover a magical kingdom of pure fun and excitement. Made up of five parks – Amusement Park, Water Park, Scream Park, Wildlife Park and Extreme Park each features their own exciting attractions.
KL After Dusk
Kuala Lumpur comes alive after sunset. Visit the Sri Maha Mariamman Temple then onto Chinatown for some street shopping. Proceed onto Seri Melayu Restaurant for a sumptuous Malay dinner while being entertained with a colourful cultural performance.
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