Pristine white beaches, colonial architecture and lush jungle. Diverse in every sense of the word, Malaysia is a microcosm of activity that’s sure to cater to your holiday needs. Split in half by the South China Sea, the areas are distinctly different and keep visitors coming back for more. Whether you want to stay on a luxury private island in Langkawi, feed the orangutans in Borneo or check out the skyscrapers in Kuala Lumpur, holiday memories are sure to be in abundance.
Hotels throughout Malaysia are beautiful, bright and breezy. Expect to be whisked away to large rooms boasting tranquil views before heading to the world-renowned spas housed here that are sure to aid you to a sense of serenity. Many boast direct beach access and are accompanied by a plethora of watersports that will keep adrenaline junkies on their toes.
Foodies will also be in their element thanks to the wealth of options that can be found throughout Malaysia. For a taste of China head to the Chinatown district in Kuala Lumpur or for more traditional cuisine head to the likes of Penang for authentic flavours that are sure to satisfy your appetite. Essences of the ocean are top of the menu at the many seafood eateries found in Langkawi thanks to the gorgeous waters of the Andaman Sea close by.
Dishes such as roti canai, chicken curry, satay and mee goreng are top delicacies that are just waiting to be devoured throughout the country, along with Indian and Indonesian flourishes added in for good measure. If you want your taste buds to be sent on a culinary journey, you’ve hit the jackpot at any one of these luxury Malaysian holiday destinations.
Couples and families are sure to be living the life of luxury during their time here. Thanks to the golden sands and turquoise oceans found in Pengang and Langkawi, those with their other half will love taking evening strolls under the stars. Alternatively, Borneo has plenty of wildlife and national parks that are sure to keep little ones entertained, ideal for a summer holiday that will be talked about for years to come.
For culture vultures, why not head to the longhouse villages in Sarawak or gaze in amazement at the Petronus Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur? Both showcase how far Malaysia has come in recent years, all while retaining its rich history that’s just waiting to be lapped up.
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Malaysia is a place full of exotic wildlife, flora and fauna. Whether you’re a honeymooning couple, adventuring family or simply riding solo, you’re sure to fall head over heels with the country. To find out where best to go, talk to one of our personal travel managers now and start planning the trip of a lifetime.
Good to know
- Time difference: UTC +8
- Capital: Kuala Lumpur
- Currency: MYR
- Instagram Opportunity: Mount Kinabalu
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