Malaysia Destinations

Borneo
Borneo
The wilds of Borneo are where expansive rainforest and unspoilt beaches merge alongside rugged mountains and some of the oldest cave systems on the planet. You can really lose yourself in nature on this fascinating island, a land where wildlife reigns supreme.
Cameron Highlands
Cameron Highlands
Situated in the West Malaysian state of Pahang, the Cameron Highlands is one of the countries most extensive hill stations. Famous for its tea plantations, strawberries, breathtaking scenery, lush greenery, rolling hills and tudor-styled cottages, a visit to this region cannot be missed.
Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur is the proud capital of Malaysia. It is a truly international city, but one where intricate mosques and temples still stand side by side against towering modern sky-scrapers. Kuala Lumpur is a colourful, cosmopolitan city and a melting pot of cultures.
Kuala Terengganu
Kuala Terengganu
Those looking for total escapism will find the east coast of the Malay Peninsular to be the perfect retreat with most resorts offering few if any shops or organised nightlife.
Langkawi
Langkawi
The Langkawi archipelago is made up of 99 islands, which lie off the north west coast of Malaysia. This tropical paradise, nestled in the Andaman Sea, is where majestic blue waters, immaculate beaches and some of the finest resorts in the country can be found.
Pangkor Laut
Pangkor Laut
Situated just three miles off the west coast of Malaysia, is the privately owned island of Pangkor Laut. This stunning, tropical island is unique because of its small size, with just over 20% of the island being developed and the rest being left as natural forest.
Penang
Penang
Thanks to its history as a spice trading port, Penang is arguably the food capital of Malaysia. In the ‘Pearl of the Orient’ you’ll experience mouthwatering dishes that carry influences of Chinese, Thai and Indonesian cuisine. Walk it off through the winding streets of Georgetown, Penang’s colonial capital and a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Alternative Far East Countries