Why Malaysia & Borneo?
From the soaring, space-age buildings and bustling cosmopolitanism of Kuala Lumpar to the ocean-fringed plains of the peninsula and the primal beauty of Borneo’s jungle, Malaysia is a country abundant in fascinating contrasts and vibrant multiculturalism. Decisively divided by the South China Sea, the mountain-studded Malaysia Peninsular points south towards Indonesia, while the impossibly green jungle island of Borneo lies to one side (the Malaysian regions comprising its northernmost third) – explore both to discover a captivating kaleidoscope of cultures, landscapes, people and places!
Why Malaysia & Borneo with us?
Our team of Far East experts are frequent visitors to Malaysia and Borneo, and are incredibly passionate about enabling others to discover these extraordinary places! Regularly revisiting the resorts that we sell in order to stay up to date with the latest developments, they know Malaysia and Borneo from coast to coast, and are keen to assist you in planning and executing your ideal holiday.
All of our holidays are financially protected through ATOL bonding for your security and confidence.
What is the best time to visit Malaysia & Borneo?
Malaysia enjoys tropical weather year-round with high temperatures. Rainfall differs on the east and west coasts according to the prevailing monsoon winds. The main rainy season on eastern Peninsular Malaysia and Malay Borneo is between October and March; whilst the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia experiences most rain between May and September.
How do I get to Malaysia & Borneo?
For direct flights to Malaysia, you can fly from London Heathrow into Kuala Lumpar with Malaysia Airlines and onwards to domestic points within Malaysia. Singapore Airlines fly via Singapore into Kuala Lumpar, Kota Kinabalu (Borneo), Langkawi and Penang. Cathay Pacific fly from London Heathrow via Singapore into Kuala Lumpar, Kota Kinabalu (Borneo) and Penang, and will also offer flights from Manchester beginning in December.
Qatar Airways, Emirate and Eithad Airways all fly into Kuala Lumpar via various locations in the Middle East, however they do not fly to any other Malaysian destination.
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