Other Malaysia Tours: Kuala Lumpur – Penang – Langkawi – Malacca & more

Maximize your Borneo holiday by exploring Malaysia’s other destinations too!

We can customize a Malaysia tour with cities the likes of Kuala Lumpur, Malacca, Penang and Langkawi.

Consider Kuala Lumpur — Malaysia’s capital and home to many shopping destinations, a plethora of eateries and exciting nightlife.

Or Penang, the food capital of Malaysia, while the island of Langkawi is a paradise for beach lovers or Malacca with its rich history and vibrant mix of cultures.

Get in touch with us and let us tailor a dream holiday within Malaysia for you.

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Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur

When coming from Europe or other parts of the world, often a hop through Kuala Lumpur is required, so why not take advantage with a travel break to explore the Garden City of Lights?

Enjoy the city’s many natural and man-made attractions, the varied eateries, the endless shopping opportunities in Kuala Lumpur’s numerous malls, street markets and night markets, and of course some epic night life in the city’s pubs and clubs.

If your Borneo holiday is an attempt to escape the hustle and bustle of your own hectic city, then a Malaysia tour with just a short stop in Kuala Lumpur might be enough to savour the flavours of a foreign capital or to satisfy those shopping cravings.

Read more about our Kuala Lumpur Stopover package here

Penang
Penang

Talk to any Malaysian about food and Penang is likely to feature somewhere in the conversation.

Universally recognised as Malaysia’s food capital, Penang is well-developed with a vibrant tourism industry thanks to the high diversity of ethnicity, culture, language, religion and, of course, food.

Discover flavourful Nasi Kandar rice, or spicy Laksa soups or the famous Penang Char Kaoy Teow noodles.

Steeped in history, Penang has more than just food to offer. There’s the UNESCO World Heritage streets of George Town with it’s colonial-influence architecture, the funicular cable train that will take you up the side of Penang Hill, and the colourful hawker markets to name but a few.

Read more about our historical tour that will bring you though Penang

Langkawi
Langkawi

Langkawi consists of 99 thickly-forested islands, which in 2007 became the first UNESCO-endorsed Geopark in South East Asia, an endorsement for its natural beauty, and archaeological, geological and cultural significance.

Testament to the nature, beach and outdoor destination that Langkawi is, it offers endless adventures, exciting or blissful, amongst nature-rich beauty.

Apart from beaches and natural heritage, Langkawi also offers culture and history attractions with a diverse population that live together in harmony, appreciating each others’ heritage.

Notable attractions in Langkawi include the Langkawi Sky Cab, which is both one of the steepest cable car rides in the world and has the world longest free span for a single rope cable car.

Read more about how to experience the amazing beaches and luxury of Langkawi here.

Malacca
Malacca

Malacca, or Melaka as it’s known in the local tongue Bahasa Malaysia, is known as the Historic State due to a long, detailed history of the once strategic port city.

Initially established in the early 1400s, Malacca was frequented by various trading fleets, most notably those of the Chinese through the 1400s, the Portuguese who conquered it in 1511, the Dutch who captured it in 1641 before the British that exchanged Malacca for Bencoolen in 1824.

Malacca’s diverse history is reflected in the population. Malays, Chinese and Indians make up the 3 largest ethnic groups and small communities of Kristangs (those with Portuguese ancestry) and Dutch Eurasians make up parts of the Malacca Eurasian community.

Malaysia’s 3rd smallest state, Malacca offers many European and Baba Nyonya influenced historical sites, as well as archaeological digs where history lies literally just below the surface.

Read more here about visiting Malacca on our Heritage & History tour. 

Perhentian Islands

Malaysia’s Perhentian Islands are a popular for the natural beauty of the mainly two islands that make up the cluster.

Most popular between early June until late October, the Perhentians receive the eastern monsoon, with unpredictable weather outside of this season.

A diving destination of note, the Perhentian islands has a lot to offer the avid scuba diver, with much of the sights of the islands submerged. It’s also a great destination for snorkelers, as there are many, vibrant shallow reefs to explore.

Diving aside, the beautiful beaches offer plenty of tranquility, with the golden sands set against a backdrop of rolling, green hills, with tropical waters lapping at the shore.

Other activities on Perhentian Islands include kayaking and jungle trekking, making the Perhentian Islands the ideal destination for a quiet holiday break.

Tioman Island

Tioman island is a densely forested, sparsely inhabited island off the east coast of the Malaysia state of Pahang.

Surrounded by numerous coral reefs that all fall within marine reserves, it’s little wonder that Tioman Island is considered an idyllic scuba diving destination, attracting divers with a wealth of undersea life.

Beautiful resort accommodation dots the island making for a comfortable getaway to this paradise island, which was once voted one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.

Aside from offering amazing sights and critters beneath the surface of the ocean, Tioman island is also home to various land mammals that can be spied in the dense rainforest.

Amongst them are the rare binturong, a type of civet, long tailed macaques, slow loris, red flying squirrel, mouse deer (or kancil as they’re locally known), porcupines and common palm civets.

Redang Island

Redang Island is one of the largest islands off the east coast of Malaysia and another fantastic scuba diving and snorkelling destination.

An important turtle conservation island, Pulau Redang is one of 9 islands that make up Pulau Redang Marine Park.

Apart from the beautiful underwater world offered by Redang Island, it also offers white sandy beaches and clear-blue waters, making for a picturesque and unforgettable holiday destination.

To experience more of Malaysia’s attractions, history and culture in addition to your Borneo travel itinerary, contact us and let us put together an unforgettable Malaysia tour.

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