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Malaysia Tour Packages

Malaysia is one of the most beautiful countries located in the southeast region of Asia. Once ruled by the British the country became independent in the year 1965. Malaysia is a popular destination loved by most of the tourists due to its Beautiful beaches, rainforests and cultural heritage. The country is an ideal tourist destination for travellers seeking for lush landscapes, unique experiences and discovering new cultures.

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Holidays Packages in Malaysia

Popular Sightseeing Locations in Malaysia

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Penang

Penang is a popular holiday destination located on the northwest coast of Malaysia. The place is popular among its visitors due to its sandy beaches, and the number of British architecture that dates back to the colonial era. The city is also home to the only spice garden in Southeast Asia, Tropical Spice Garden of Malaysia.

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Pekan

Pekan, located in the Pahang district is popularly known by the name of ‘Royal Town of Malaysia’. The town is a hidden gem that boasts its beauty with royal palaces, historical grand buildings, lakes and Mosque museums making it a must-visit place in Malaysia. 

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Batu Caves

Batu Caves is one of the oldest caves located Gombak district. Situated at a distance of 14 km from the city of Kuala Lumpur, the cave is home to a series of caves and temples related to the Hindu religion. Some of the popular temples and caves include Ramayana Cave, Hanuman Temple and Dark Cave. The site also houses ancient Hindu sculptures and paintings that attract Hindu devotes from all over the world.

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Cameron Highlands

Cameron Highland is a beautiful hill station located in the hills of Pahang and is popular for its tourism. Stretched over 700 km the place includes cold weather and offers picture picture-perfect view of the valley. The place is known for its rich vegetation of tea plantation and Kea Strawberry Farm.

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Langkawi

Also regarded as a mini paradise, Langkawi is one of the most visited places in Malaysia. The place is popular among tourists for its lush rainforests, serene beaches, art and historical sites. The place is known for its glass bridge located adjacent to Tujuh Waterfall with an elevation of 2,300 feet.

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Kinabalu National Park

Kinabalu National Park of Malaysia is a must-visit place which is also the first place to be listed in the World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. The national park is spread across 754 sq km and exists on two separate mountains Mount Kinabalu and Mount Tambuyukon. The park is popular for inhabiting the highest number of plant species.

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Kuala Lumpur

The capital city of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur is the largest city in the country spread across 245 sq km of land. The city is popular among its travellers due to its numerous skyscrapers, historic monuments and mega shopping malls. Regarded as the entertainment hub of Malaysia, the place is known for its trendy nightclubs and lounges offering the best nightlife experiences.

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Taman Negara

Explore the truly tropical life in the 130 million-year-old rainforest of Taman Negara. The place is also home to Taman Negara National Park which offers the scenic beauty of the tropical rainforest along with multiple activities to try on such as trekking, fishing, camping and many more. Taman Negara is undoubtedly the best place for nature lovers to visit in Malaysia.

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Food & Culture

Malaysia is known for its rich culture and traditional practices along with its offering of tasty dishes with authentic flavours. The traditions are similar to the Chinese and Indians. Rice and meat are a part of the staple diet of the Malay people that is eaten with bare hands. Mee Goreng Mamak, Rendang, Nasi Kebaru and Ayam Percik are some of the common foods of Malaysian cuisine.

Malaysia has a rich cultural heritage with Bahasa Malaysia being its national language. Islam is regarded as the official religion due to which Eid is regarded as one of the major festivals of Malaysia. The country is also known for its unique architecture that is influenced by the Colonial rulers.

Popular Activities in Malaysia

How to Reach

Air : Senai International Airport, Kota Kinabalu International Airport and Kuala Lumpur International Airport are the airport that operates direct flights connecting Malaysia with the rest of the world.

Train : Malaysia can be reached by railway services offered from Singapore and Thailand.

SEA : Malaysia can be travelled with ease by taking into ferry or luxurious cruise from Sumatra, Thailand and Indonesia.


The best time to visit

The best time to visit Malaysia is between April to October for the East Coast and between December to March for the West Coast. During this time the temperature ranges to 29 degrees Celsius making it a perfect time for beach gateaway.