Travel

Malaysia

Click here to see sample Itineraries

AboutMalaysia occupies part of Malay Peninsula and the island of Borneo. For the people who are afraid of being in the foreign lands..Malaysia makes a great abroad vacation. The whole country is known for its welcoming vibe for the tourists, great transportation facilities, awesome food at so low prices and not to mention it’s perfectly safe for tourists. For the budget travellers, Malaysia is the place you’ll think of coming more than once.

Budget: roughly 350USD starting for 4N 5Days..

Tourist Visa Info: It is available online for only 5 countries Bangladesh, China, India, Nepal, Myanmar. For other country citizens, please follow the below link:
https://www.malaysiavisa.my/

Weather: Malaysia has a classic equatorial climate with high temperatures throughout the year. Temperatures at sea level range from 21ºC to 32ºC, whilst at higher elevations it is much cooler with temperatures ranging from 15°C to 25°C. Annual rainfall varies from 2,000mm to 2,500mm.
Best time for visit: A beach holiday can be enjoyed all year round in Malaysia as the east and west coasts experience their wettest months at alternate times of the year.
The wet season on the west of the peninsula (Apr-Oct) brings thunderstorms in the afternoons, but these are usually brief, and the odd downpour is a welcome way to reduce the humidity. The east coast however tends to have a heavier wet season and is best avoided during the rainy period (Nov-Feb). During these months, many of the beach resorts close, re-opening in March.

Tourist Draws: (Click on each names to know more)
Kuala Lumpur
George Town
Langkawi
Kota Kinabalu part of Borneo
Melaka
Batu Ferringhi
Johor Bahru
Kuching part of Borneo
Petaling Jaya part of Borneo
Sandakan part of Borneo

Sample Itineraries

[I] Kuala Lumpur-Langkawi-Johor Bahru (8N 9D)

Kuala Lumpur Arrival-Petronas Twin Towers-Kuala Lumpur City Centre (Day 1), Kuala Lumpur Bird Park-Aquaria Kuala Lumpur-Perdana Botanical Garden-Sultan Abdul Samad Building (Day 2 ), Langkawi Arrival-Eagle Square Visit (Day 3), Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls, Laman Padi Rice Garden,Oriental Village, Crocodile Adventureland, Underwater World, Beach (Day 4-5), Kilim Karst Geoforest Park/Gunung Raya (Day 6)-Johor Bahru Arrival -Johor Bahru City Square(Day7), Sultan Abu Bakar Mosque, Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman Glass Temple, Johor Old Chinese Temple, Danga Bay, Pulai Waterfall (Day 8)-Return

You can catch a train/bus to Singapore from Johor Bahru or fly Home.

[II] Malaysian Borneo: Kuching-Kota Kinabalu-Sandakan (7N 8D)

Fly to Kuching from KL or Singapore-Kuching Esplanade (Day 1), Sarawak Museum, Sarawak Orchid Garden, Chinese Museum, Day Tour: Semenggoh Nature Park, Sarawak Cultural Village, Fairy Caves (Day 2), Arrival to Kota Kinabalu-Kota Kinabalu City Mosque-Tanjung Aru Beach (Day 3), Day Tour: Manukan Island/North Borneo Railway/Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park/Sapi Island/Mamutik Island/Kokol Hill/Kota Kinabalu National park (Day4-5), Arrival to Sandakan- Orangutan Sanctuary, Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre, Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary(Day6), Day Tour: Sandakan Rainforest Park/Lankayan Island  (Day 7) or Sightseeing: Puu Jih Buddhist Temple, The Parish of St Michael and All Angels, Sandakan Memorial Park- Return

[III] Kuala Lumpur-Melaka-George Town-Singapore (4N 5D)

Kuala Lumpur Arrival-Kuala Lumpur Bird Park-Petronas Twin Towers-Kuala Lumpur City Centre (Day 1), Melaka Arrival-Straits Chinese Jewelry Museum-St. Paul’s Hill & Church (Bukit St.Paul)-Red Square (Dutch Square)-Menara Taming Sari(Day2), George Town Arrival-Pinang Peranakan Mansion-Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion-Khoo Kongsi-Dharmikarama Burmese Temple-Armenian Street  (Day 3), Fly/ferry to Langkawi (Pantai Kok Beach) (Day4)-Fly to Singapore Return

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