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Malaysia Holidays

A former British colony, Malaysia comprises Peninsular Malaysia and the states of Sabah and Sarawak on the island of Borneo. The cuisine here is amongst the tastiest in Asia. In addition to its cultural appeal, Malaysia lures travelers with white, sandy beaches, vibrant coral reefs, dense jungles, high mountains and tropical rainforests, including the vast archipelago of Langkawi.

Malaysia absorbed influences from Chinese, Indian and Muslim merchants to create a rich culture and culinary heritage. The cities are bustling and modern, but scratch beneath the surface and you will find hidden pockets of history, mouth-watering streetfood and charming local hospitality. The unspoilt rainforests of Borneo are home to some of the most awe-inspiring wildlife on the planet, with a veritable treasure-trove of flora and fauna.

Suggested Itineraries

Classic highlight experiences, rewarding culinary strolls, authentic heritage retreats and picturesque outdoor adventures are among the many rewarding encounters Malaysia has to offer. These itineraries give you a starting point for what your trip to Malaysia could entail. They cover routes we've found work particularly well and feature some of our favourite places to stay. Treat them as inspiration, as each trip is created uniquely for you.
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Our Expert Guides to Travelling in Malaysia

Malaysia is a unique travel experience that is much different from its neighbors. From the dense urban jungle of Kuala Lumpur to the pristine beaches of the Perhentian Islands, Malaysia is a beautiful and often underrated country. This makes it an excellent destination for any traveller, and our travel guides provide you with tips from our specialists on how to make the most of your time. Spend the day with a traditional tribe or in a tea plantation in the Cameron Highlands or trek through the huge national parks of Gunung Mulu and Taman Negara, encountering incredible wildlife including tigers and orangutans. A honeymoon here can equally suit couples looking to stay active and those preferring to simply relax on a beach, while the wildlife and breadth of excursions on offer will keep families entertained. Take this country slowly, enjoy all the great Indian food and curries, and get off the beaten path to get the country to yourself.
Malaysia captures the essence of Asia in a package as varied as it is convenient. In addition to some of the world's oldest rainforests, best beaches and most celebrated cuisine, Malaysia is also incredibly culturally diverse. It's an off-beat traveller's paradise fusing Asia's best attributes with first-rate amenities and infrastructure.

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