Malaysia Tours

Southeast Asia

Malaysia is one of the world's top tourist destinations, an explorer's treasure in the center of Southeast Asia that features a diversity of native tribes and migrant groups, rich natural heritage of mountains, rainforests, rivers and scenery, and some of the warmest beaches fringed by crystal clear seas teeming with colourful fish and corals. Western colonial forces have also shaped the country's political, social and economic landscape over the centuries, leaving behind a rich history of struggles, cultures and stories. Today, visitors all over the world come to discover this region that sits between its immediate neighbours Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia and Brunei for a truly reqarding holiday experience.
Getting There
Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) is one of the largest airports in the world and the central gateway to explore Malaysia. Located in Sepang, tourists and visitors from all around the world often use KLIA as the entry point to visit destinations in Peninsular Malaysia or transit to Borneo Island (East Malaysia). Various international airlines from countries such as Singapore, Australia, England, Japan and China fly to KLIA on a daily basis. The local international air carriers are Malaysian Airlines (MAS) and Air Asia, a budget airlines. From KLIA, they have the option of taking a airport taxi to Kuala Lumpur City, which is about 45 minutes away. Those arriving by budget carriers, such as Air Asia, Tiger Airways (Singapore) or Virgin (Australia), will arrive at the Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT), which is about 15 minutes away from KLIA, but also located in Sepang.
Malaysia enjoys relatively calm weather throughout the year, so you can visit the country anytime of the year. The climate is hot and humid, with high rainfall that can lead to flooding in some parts of the city. The year end period between November till February usually brings heavy rainfall, as the monsoon winds blow from the East. So if you want to enjoy sunny weather, then the best time to go is between March till September. However, the rainy season is also when Malaysia is at its coolest, and you still get some sunshine in the day. During the dry periods,the country can get really hot during the day, so it's really up to you which time of the year to visit, whether you prefer less sunshine and more rain but cooling weather; or sunny and very hot weather but little rain.
Explore Tour Destinations in Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur is Malaysia's capital city with a great range of activities and places to visit for tourists coming to Southeast Asia. Fondly referred to as 'KL' for short, this beautiful city of lights has a mix of historical charm and modern attractions ranging from cultural markets to architectural wonders.
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Kota Kinabalu
Kota Kinabalu is the capital city of Sabah in East Malaysia, a cultural melting pot and major tourist gateway to explore the northern region of Borneo Island or more popularly, 'Land Below the Wind'. Surrounded by lovely beaches, tropical islands and picturesque landscapes, KK is a natural tourist magnet.
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Penang Island, also known as Pulau Pinang, is a beautiful holiday destination recognised as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, due to its rich colonial heritage and colourful cultures. Located off the coast of Kedah State, in Peninsular Malaysia, it is named after a local betel fruit. Penang also has many pretty beaches.
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Locally known as 'Melaka', this city is where much of Malaysia's recorded history began, from its roots of a fleeing king from Singapore establishing his new throne here to its eventual colonialisation by Portuguese forces. Today, visitors can see old buildings, historical landmarks and remnant cultures of a bygone era.
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Genting Highlands
Genting Highlands is an integrated resort development on the peak of Gunung Ulu Kali in Pahang, just an hour's drive away from Kuala Lumpur. The largest and only casino in the country, Genting also features a theme park, shopping center, cable car ride, hotels, restaurants and other tourist attractions.
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Cameron Highlands
Cameron Highlands is the largest and most popular mountain resort destination in Malaysia, featuring tea plantations, strawberry farms and vegetable markets. A former colonial hill station, Camerons is rapidly transforming into an urban center booming with boutique hotels, family apartments and commercial developments.
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Taman Negara
Taman Negara is the largest national park in the country, featuring the highest summit in Peninsular Malaysia - Gunung Tahan. Rich with wildlife, visitors can explore pristine rivers, jungle landscapes and mysterious caves. Located in Pahang, access is by speedboat or road leading to Kuala Tahan.
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Langkawi is a duty-free island along Peninsular Malaysia's west coast, located in the northern state of Kedah. Shopping is not the only attraction here, as the island is rich with geological formations and natural wonders that brand it UNESCO Geopark status. Also, many lovely beaches and boutique resorts.
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