Malaysia Tour Packages
It is the perfect blend of Asia’s different cultures that produced this stunning melting pot of races, cultures, and religions offered in our Malaysia tour packages. And amidst the cultural diversity, it maintains a unique, striking identity in the eyes of world. This sums up Malaysia, a nation that is “Truly Asia”!
Malaysia’s geography is as diverse as its culture. To help you with your journey, we’ve narrowed down your choice of destinations to THREE of the most beautiful and popular places of the country:
Fondly referred to as “KL”, this capital city of Malaysia is a testament of its citizens’ resourcefulness and dedication. Tracing its humble beginnings as a feeble mining town, KL has toiled the entire country’s way up as one of the most powerful 21st-century metropolis, leading among Asia’s tiger economies.
One remarkable thing about KL is the dynamic diversity. From people to architecture, the Malays, Chinese, Indian, and British are very well-represented, bringing forth a culture that clearly defines being “Malaysian.”
Are you ready to immerse yourself in KL? Choose among our carefully crafted tours for you to discover the best of Malaysia!
Take the Countryside Tour for a trip to the outskirts along the Malay Villages. Get to see the Royal Selangor Pewter which is the largest and most modern pewter factory in the world! Learn how your colourful batik cloth is crafted at the Batik Factory. The most awesome part? Climb a flight of 272 steps to pay homage to the Hindu deity Lord Murugan, enshrined in a temple cave with interesting Hindu murals called the Batu Cave.
A two-hour drive down south will take you to a historical journey to Malacca, the oldest trading port in Malaysia once ruled by the Portuguese, Dutch, and British. Take a stroll along Dutch Square and up to St. Paul’s Hill to view the historical Malacca Straits and Bandar Hilir, an old town. Another interesting sight would be 17th century Dutch tombstones surrounding St. Paul’s Church. Next, feel the Portuguese and Chinese influences as you visit Fort de Santiago and Cheng Hoon Teng, respectively, the latter being the oldest Chinese temple in the country.
The next tour will bring you up 6,000ft above sea level to Genting Highlands. Gape at the magnificent view en route a skyway cable-car station. And upon reaching the casino-slash-theme park, both the young and old will surely find this as a paradise on earth!
In the Putraja Agricultural Park Tour, the first stop will be Taman Warisan or Agricultural Heritage Park, a museum of local produce like mango, rubber, cocoa, and many more with demonstrations on rubber manufacturing. See interesting architectures and make sure to take beautiful shots in the Putra Jaya Government Centre such as Putra Mosque, Putra Perdana, and Putra Bridge, among others.
Do not miss out one of the largest theme parks in Malaysia, the Sunway Lagoon Theme Park located in the outskirts of KL. Set within exceptionally landscaped surroundings, a fun-filled day is surely guaranteed as you explore the different themed lands. Go for stomach-lurching rides or splash yourself wet with its water-themed attractions. In this tour, there really are boundless possibilities for you to enjoy the day!
Kota Kinabalu, “KK” in more familiar terms, is the capital of Sabah. This is the go-to place of visitors in search for quality attractions, islands, and national parks.
Shopping malls and superb eateries are everywhere in the city. Spend the day shopping, or satisfy your gustatory needs with the sumptuous local food at the Central Market. For some fresh seafood fix, head on to Seri Selera for Borneo’s largest seafood complex.
While you may enjoy the cityscape, KK is better known for its natural wonders such as the wildlife refuges. Visit Lok Kawi, home to some of Borneo’s fascinating and endangered animals; and the Kota Kinabalu Wetland Centre, a mangrove forest with wetland animals. Challenge yourself with outdoor activities like climbing Mt. Kinabalu. But if catching a glimpse of Southeast Asia’s highest peak is enough for you, go to Kinabalu Park for the best views of the mountain. Proceed to Poring Hot Springs for an invigorating dip in nature’s sauna.
Head straight to Tunku Abdul Rahman Park for exciting water sports like snorkelling, diving, windsurfing, kayaking, and parasailing. If you seek more adventure, white water rafting at Padas River or Kiulu River is the one for you! If you’re feeling less frisky and would prefer a more relaxed setting, you can sunbathe, swim, barbeque, bird watch, and fish on the beach. Choose your spot to do these as you go island hopping to the three islands: Manukan, Mamutik, and Sapi. Or just whip out your journal and pen while reflecting on the calming views at Tanjung Aru Beach.
Explore the local cultures at the Traditional Long House discover the Rungus Tribe’s way of living. Monsopiad Cultural Village is also an interesting place to learn more about Borneo’s headhunter past.
Flash your prettiest smile as you take your picture right on the “Tip of Borneo”, where you are “torn between two seas,” South China Sea and Sulu Sea.
This “Pearl of the Orient” has long been one of Asia’s dream destinations. Brimming with places of attraction, preserved heritage, mystifying temples, and vast beaches, Penang certainly trumps any other travel destination.
Tour around the historic city of George Town either by foot or trishaw ride, and be rewarded with the fascinating sights of this multiracial community, with edifices of different origins and beliefs standing erect within close proximity. Capture the breathtaking view of the whole Penang Island atop the 65-storey Komtar, the tallest building in Penang. For the beach bums out there, head to Batu Feringghi, Teluk Bahang, or Muka Head for some sun, sand, and sea! And if you find yourself wanting to escape the scorching sun, find respite in the Penang Hills and enjoy the fresher and cooler breeze of the forested hill. Also, get those shutters clicking and take snapshots of the beautiful botanical garden at Jalan Air Terjun.
It is fascinating how Langkawi has retained its idyllic charm through years. The place is still a rural Malay island of serene landscapes, rice paddies, wonderful beaches, and rich mangroves, enveloped in enchanting legends that adds to its alluring rustic appeal.
Apart from experiencing the local lifestyle, there is much more to do in Langkawi. Crane your necks at the world-class infrastructure, shop at the duty free for rock-bottom prices, brave the thrilling cable car to the summit of Mt. Mat Cincang, which is Langkawi’s second highest mountain. You can opt to visit more famed attractions such as the Field of Burnt Rice, the Hot Springs, Telaga Tujuh (The Seven Wells), and the Beach of Black Sand. There are also organised boat tours to Tasik Dayang Bunting (Lake of the Pregnant Maiden), Gua Cerita (Cave of Stories), and the Gua Langsir (Curtain Cave).
“Malaysia, Truly Asia.” This tourism slogan of Malaysia might have already been on loop in your head for a while now. But while the catchy tagline says a lot, it surely does not say it all! Why not hop on the next flight to Malaysia and discover for yourself the reason why it remains to be among the top tourist destinations in the world!