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Luxury Private Tours to MALAYSIA

Luxury Private Tours to Malaysia – Malaysia offers two countries for the price of one – Peninsular Malaysia, with its sprawling cities, forested highlands and fringing islands, and East Malaysia, the northern half of the island of Borneo, whose dense rainforests provide a haven for orangutans and indigenous tribes. ‘Unity in diversity’ is the national motto of this famous melting pot, a heady blend of Malay, Indian and Chinese culture, with a garnish of animist traditions, courtesy of the Orang Asli – literally ‘original people’ – of Sabah and Sarawak. A steamy colonial air hangs over the mainland cities of Georgetown (Penang), Melaka and Kuala Lumpur, while Malaysian Borneo is a playground for divers, trekkers and modern-day explorers.

Best time to visit in Malaysia

May to September, for the best chance of clear skies

Best time to visit in Malaysia

May to September, for the best chance of clear skies

Top things to do in Malaysia

  • Stay in an Iban longhouse on Borneo’s mighty Batang Rejang river.
  • Dive with sharks and turtles on the awesome reefs of Slipadan.
  • Enjoy the full tropical island experience at Pulao Perhentian or Pulao Langkawi.

Top things to do in Malaysia

  • Stay in an Iban longhouse on Borneo’s mighty Batang Rejang river.
  • Dive with sharks and turtles on the awesome reefs of Slipadan.
  • Enjoy the full tropical island experience at Pulao Perhentian or Pulao Langkawi.

Discover Malaysia

  • Read Tash Awe’s The Harmony Silk Factory or Rani Manicka’s The Rice Mother for two different takes on Malaysian multiculturalism.
  • Listen to dondang sayang (Chinese-influenced love ballads), or the wholesome Malay pop of Siti Nurhaliza and Mawi.
  • Watch Yasmin Ahmad’s award winning Sepet, which challenges taboos about cross-cultural relationships in Malaysia.
  • Eat roti canai (fried, flat bread with a rich curry dipping sauce) at one of Malaysia’s 24-hour mamak (Tamil Muslim) canteens.
  • Drink ten tarik (‘pulled’ tea with condensed milk), or tauk (rice wine from Borneo).

Discover Malaysia

  • Read Tash Awe’s The Harmony Silk Factory or Rani Manicka’s The Rice Mother for two different takes on Malaysian multiculturalism.
  • Listen to dondang sayang (Chinese-influenced love ballads) , or the wholesome Malay pop of Siti Nurhaliza and Mawi.
  • Watch Yasmin Ahmad’s award winning Sepet , which challenges taboos about cross-cultural relationships in Malaysia.
  • Eat roti canai (fried , flat bread with a rich curry dipping sauce) at one of Malaysia’s 24-hour mamak (Tamil Muslim) canteens.
  • Drink ten tarik (‘pulled’ tea with condensed milk) , or tauk (rice wine from Borneo).

One word for Malaysia Tourism

Malaysia boleh! (Malaysia can do it!)

One word for Malaysia Tourism

Malaysia boleh! (Malaysia can do it!)

Places to visit in Malaysia

  • Kuala Lumpur from the walkway between the Petronas Towers.
  • Tea plantations sprawling across the Cameron Highlands.
  • The dawn view from the summit of Mt Kinabalu, Southeast Asia’s highest mountain.
  • Colonial grandeur and dragon-tiled temples in Georgetown (Penang).
  • Surreal acts of self-mortification during the festival of Thaipusam.

Places to visit in Malaysia

  • Kuala Lumpur from the walkway between the Petronas Towers.
  • Tea plantations sprawling across the Cameron Highlands.
  • The dawn view from the summit of Mt Kinabalu , Southeast Asia’s highest mountain.
  • Colonial grandeur and dragon-tiled temples in Georgetown (Penang).
  • Surreal acts of self-mortification during the festival of Thaipusam.

Malaysia Highlights

The Petronas Towers, orangutans, dense jungles, logging Michelle Yeoh, tribal longhouses, colonial relics, hawker food, the Malaysian F1 Grand Prix

Malaysia Highlights

The Petronas Towers , orangutans , dense jungles , logging Michelle Yeoh , tribal longhouses , colonial relics , hawker food , the Malaysian F1 Grand Prix
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