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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.
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
This turtle shaped island is located 8 kilometres west of mainland Malaysia
and accessible by road over two bridges, ferry or plane. Often referred
to as the ‘Pearl of the Orient’, Penang is well known for its easy going
kampungs (villages), sandy beaches, sightseeing and food.
An archipelago made up of 99 islands in the Andaman Sea just 30
kilometres off the coast of mainland Malaysia. Langkawi’s main island is
accessible by plane or ferry from the mainland or Penang and surrounded
by beautiful beaches, paddy rice fields, lush tropical rainforest and
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.
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?
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
As Penang is the food capital of Malaysia, visit Gurney Drive. It’s the best of Penang on a plate! Hawkers fire up their woks and dish out street food fit for a king. The popular seafront promenade exemplifies the colours and atmosphere of Penang – fun, lively and vibrant.
A 15 minute journey by cable car will see you to the top of Mt. Mat Cincang. Admire the lush rainforests and
the minuscule islands from the 708 metre peak. Head to the observatory deck or make your way to the 125 metre long curved sky bridge. This bridge suspends by cable, so it’s not for the faint-hearted.
Also known as the Seven Wells, this is a group of seven pools connected by a series of waterfalls flowing down the side of Mat Cincang Mountain. Head to the foot of the mountain and walk up the steps to the lowest pool or hike to an upper pool. The locals believe the area is a favourite haunt for mountain fairies
Housing more than 500 species of sea creatures including penguins, flamingos and harbour seals. Take a walk through the underwater tunnel for up close and personal views of giant stingrays, green turtles and sharks.
Gunung Raya is Langkawi’s tallest mountain and home to 400 different tree species and an array of wildlife. Here you can abseil, climb, rappel and glide over treetops on a cable system 100 feet above the ground.
Take a boat to a nearby island. One of our favourites is the island of the Pregnant Maiden, only 15 minutes from Langkawi. With a huge limestone hill in the middle of the island rising high above a dense rainforest. Make sure you take a dip in the refreshing Pregnant Maiden Lake to cool down.
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