Malaysia is a friendly, culturally rich country that is both modern and traditional. With its mix of Malay, Indian, Chinese and European people it offers the world’s most eclectic cuisine. It is country of contrasts – from the modern skyscrapers of Kuala Lumpur to Kinabalu National Park and the hilly Cameron Highlands.CHECK AVAILABILITY
Kota Kinabalu, the capital of Sabah in Borneo, is rapidly becoming a popular resort destination due to its proximity to the beautiful islands of Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park and to Mount Kinabalu. Large, shiny shopping malls are springing up around town, but the place has not lost its local, rustic charm.
The Malaysian capital offers great shopping, dining and cultural attractions, plus an interesting mix of modern, traditional and colonial architecture. Apart from the 451-metre Petronas towers, another easily recognized landmark is the Menara Kuala Lumpur which offers spectacular city views.
Surrounded by emerald sea, Langkawi has paddy fields, jungle and waterfalls. Learn about local legends, such as the battling giants that created Kuah Town by overturning a pot of curry, and the ancient curse of Mahsuri.
Penang located off the west coast of the Malay Peninsular. Offering delectable local cuisine, magnificent ancient temples and colonial architecture, as well as an abundance of natural beauty.