Malaysia tour packages

Embark on an unforgettable adventure with our exclusive Malaysia tour packages. Discover the vibrant culture, stunning landscapes, and mouth-watering cuisine that make Malaysia a top travel destination. Our tailored Malaysia, Asia tours offer something for everyone, from the bustling streets of Kuala Lumpur to the serene beaches of Langkawi and the lush highlands of Cameron Highlands.

Whether you’re seeking a romantic getaway, a family vacation, or an exhilarating adventure, our Malaysia tour packages provide the perfect itinerary to explore this diverse and captivating country. Book your dream Malaysia tour package today and create memories that will last a lifetime!

Malaysia offers a variety of popular destinations that cater to different interests, from bustling cities and cultural heritage sites to beautiful beaches and lush rainforests. Here are some of the top destinations to consider when visiting Malaysia:

  1. Kuala Lumpur:
    • Petronas Twin Towers: Iconic skyscrapers with a sky bridge and observation deck.
    • Batu Caves: Limestone hill with Hindu temples and shrines.
    • Bukit Bintang: Vibrant shopping and entertainment district.
    • Merdeka Square: Historical site with colonial architecture.
  2. Penang:
    • George Town: UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its colonial architecture, street art, and diverse cuisine.
    • Penang Hill: Scenic hill with panoramic views and cool weather.
    • Kek Lok Si Temple: One of the largest Buddhist temples in Southeast Asia.
    • Gurney Drive: Popular seafront promenade with street food.
  3. Langkawi:
    • Langkawi Sky Bridge: Curved pedestrian bridge with stunning views.
    • Pantai Cenang: Famous beach with water sports and nightlife.
    • Langkawi Cable Car: Ride offering breathtaking views of the island.
    • Kilim Karst Geoforest Park: Mangroves, caves, and limestone formations.
  4. Malacca (Melaka):
    • Jonker Street: Bustling street known for its night market and antique shops.
    • A Famosa: Ruins of a Portuguese fortress.
    • Christ Church: Historical church from the Dutch colonial era.
    • Stadthuys: Historical building that now houses a museum.
  5. Cameron Highlands:
    • Tea Plantations: Visit Boh Tea Plantation for tours and tastings.
    • Strawberry Farms: Pick your own strawberries.
    • Mossy Forest: Unique ecosystem with guided tours.
    • Butterfly Garden: Home to various species of butterflies.
  6. Borneo (Sabah and Sarawak):
    • Mount Kinabalu: Malaysia’s highest peak, popular for hiking and climbing.
    • Sipadan Island: Renowned diving spot with rich marine life.
    • Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre: Sanctuary for orphaned and rescued orangutans.
    • Sarawak Cultural Village: Living museum showcasing the culture of indigenous tribes.
  7. Perhentian Islands:
    • Pulau Perhentian Besar and Pulau Perhentian Kecil: Known for their crystal-clear waters, coral reefs, and laid-back atmosphere, ideal for snorkeling and diving.
  8. Tioman Island:
    • Juara Beach: Pristine beach ideal for relaxation and water activities.
    • Tioman Marine Park: Excellent spot for snorkeling and diving.
    • Asah Waterfall: Scenic waterfall accessible via jungle trek.
  9. Kota Kinabalu:
    • Tunku Abdul Rahman Park: Group of islands with beautiful beaches and snorkeling spots.
    • Mari Mari Cultural Village: Experience the traditional lifestyle of indigenous tribes.
    • Kota Kinabalu City Mosque: Stunning mosque situated by the sea.
  10. Ipoh:
    • Old Town: Known for its colonial architecture and vibrant food scene.
    • Kellie’s Castle: Unfinished mansion with a mysterious history.
    • Lost World of Tambun: Adventure and water park with hot springs.

These destinations highlight the diverse attractions Malaysia has to offer, from modern urban experiences and historical sites to natural wonders and adventure activities.

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Frequently asked questions about Malaysia tours ?

What is the best time to visit Malaysia?
Malaysia enjoys a tropical climate year-round, but the best time to visit depends on your preferences. The dry season, from May to September, is ideal for beach vacations and outdoor activities. However, the wetter months from November to February offer lush green landscapes and fewer crowds.
What is the local currency in Malaysia?
The currency used in Malaysia is the Malaysian Ringgit (MYR). It's advisable to exchange some currency upon arrival, although credit cards are widely accepted in most establishments, especially in urban areas.
Is it customary to tip in Malaysia?
Tipping is not mandatory in Malaysia, but it is appreciated for exceptional service, especially in restaurants and for tour guides. A tip of around 10% is considered appropriate in restaurants if a service charge is not already included in the bill.
What should I pack for a trip to Malaysia?
Essentials include lightweight clothing, comfortable walking shoes, sunscreen, insect repellent, and rain gear, especially if you're visiting during the wet season. If you plan to visit religious sites, modest clothing is recommended.
Can we travel to Singapore from Malaysia by road ?
Yes, you can travel from Malaysia to Singapore by car. There are two main land crossings between Malaysia and Singapore: Causeway: The Causeway is the most commonly used land border crossing between Johor Bahru in Malaysia and Woodlands in Singapore. It connects the southern part of the Malay Peninsula to Singapore. Second Link (Tuas Second Link): The Second Link is an alternative land border crossing between Malaysia and Singapore, connecting Gelang Patah in Johor, Malaysia, to Tuas in Singapore. It is less congested compared to the Causeway, especially during peak hours.
What are the must try dishes in Malaysia ?
These are few popular dishes in Malaysia: Nasi Lemak, Rendang, Satay, Char Kway Teow, Laksa and Roti Canai.
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