Malaysia

Malaysia is a fabulously diverse mixing pot of the gleaming skyscrapers of Kuala Lumpur, jungle tribes, beach resorts and gorgeous colonial architecture. The majority Muslim community blends with Chinese Buddhists and Indian Hindus as well as a number of other tribes and religions to create a rainbow of vibrant markets, temples, cuisine and art. Split equally between Peninsular Malaysia and the island of Borneo, the diversity of the climate, animals and terrain is astounding and can be seen in the cool mountain tea plantations of the Cameron Highlands, the tropical rainforests of Saba and Sarawak and the white sand beaches of the tropical paradise islands of Langkawi and Manukan. Whether you want to experience the high life in Kuala Lumpur, meet jungle tribes and orangutans in Borneo or lie on a beach and soak up the tropical sunshine, Malaysia has it all.
Developed in the 1930’s as a cool escape from the heat of the lowlands and cities, The Cameron Highlands are now one of the most popular tourist attractions in Malaysia. The cool, fresh air and spectacular scenery are the biggest draws,...
Kuching, a city of just 600,000 people is an interesting little city with plenty of history. Once a major trade port, Kuching has a great waterfront and plenty to see as you walk around the city. Enjoy the mixing pot of cultures, tastes...
Penang consists of 3 distinctively different areas, the modern city of Georgetown, the beach resorts of Batu Ferringhi and Teluk Bahang and the once splendid old Georgetown. Once one of the most important ports for the British East India...
Towering skyscrapers, mega malls, colourful markets, grand colonial buildings, temples and mosques; KL really does have the most amazing mix of old and new. This still-young city was carved out of virgin jungle by Chinese tin miners and...
The paradise island of Langkawi is located just 37 kilometers from mainland Malaysia, but this beautiful island seems a million miles from anywhere. Despite being a world-famous tourist destination Langkawi doesn’t seem overcrowded or have...