Malaysia highlights

Malaysia, as diverse in the landscape as wildlife, is a wonderland of culture and nature. From the cool, misty Cameron Highlands to the cultural melting pot of Malacca, the Proboscis Monkeys and Orangutan of Borneo to the faded colonial grandeur of Penang, Malaysia welcomes you.

Discover here some of our favourite places and travel experiences, which can be included in your personalised itinerary. Together with our suggestions for unique accommodation choices, use them as a starting point, combine them with your own ideas.

Belum Forest Reserve

Located at the north of Lake Temenggor in northern Peninsula Malaysia, Belum Forest Reserve is a vast expanse of primary rain forest

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Cameron Highlands: Tea Plantations and Butterfly farms

Cameron Highlands, Malaysia's largest highland resort comprises lovely little villages, butterfly, strawberry, honey bee farms and sprawling tea plantations. Stay in a Tudor-styled colonial hotel, visit the BOH Tea estate, go on gentle treks and bird watching trips.

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Fraser's Hill

Fraser's Hill, in Malay Bukit Fraser, is a hill resort located on the Titiwangsa Ridge, in Pahang State

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Ipoh: Chinese temples and colonial castle

Ipoh is an ideal stopover between Cameron Highlands and Penang for those on a self drive Malaysia holiday.

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Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is a rich mix of traditional and modern, east and west. The built environment reflects this. A glittering 21st Century skyscape is a backdrop to mosque and temple, shop house and grand colonial building. These influences, Malay, Chinese, Indian, are also revealed in the wonderfully diverse cuisine of Kuala Lumpur.

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Kuantan: culture, traditions and beach

Kuantan has a laid-back lifestyle that is rich in cultures and traditions. At the Pandanus Weaving Centre, learn the art of weaving Pandanus leaves into various souvenirs. Visit the Batik Workshop and witness how the exquisite batik is made.

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Langkawi: Beach and Nature

Langkawi, is an archipelago of 99 islands offering the best of many worlds: beautiful beaches, luxury hotels, mangroves swamps rich in flora and fauna, rustic villages, beautiful countryside, rice fields and graceful palm trees.

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Melaka: rich cultural heritage

A cosmopolitan blend of British, Dutch, Portuguese and Peranakan culture, the city of Malacca, or Melaka, is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

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Pangkor Island

Pulau Pangkor lies offshore Perak State, in the Straits of Malacca

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Penang cultural heritage and sun-kissed beaches

Penang 's sights and sounds reflect the colourful heritage of her many races. The fascinating culture is complemented by golden beaches and tranquil seas.

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Pulau Perhentian: a tropical paradise

Covered by dense virgin jungle, sandy white beaches and surrounded by sapphire blue waters, Pulau Perhentian is a tropical sanctuary for fishermen, migratory birds and the intrepid visitor.

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Pulau Redang: a diving paradise

Sheltered within the Pulau Redang Marine Park, this paradise island is a must for those who enjoy snorkelling, swimming, scuba- diving, jungle trekking, boating and canoeing.

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Taman Negara National Park: virgin rainforest

Experience jungle trekking, cave exploration, fishing, wildlife, shooting the rapids and everything outdoors in the Taman Negara National Park, one of the most popular ecotourism destinations in Malaysia..

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Terengganu:gateway to the Perhentian Islands

Terengganu’s best-known attractions – the pleasant beaches that line most of the coastline, and glorious islands including the Perhentians, Pulau Redang, Pulau Lang Tengah and Pulau Kapas

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Tioman Island: glorious beaches and laid-back villages

Experience Paradise in Tioman Island. Cascading waterfalls, jungle treks, traditional Malay villages, cultures and glorious beaches.

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