See the Beauty and Experience a Wild Holiday on a Tour to Malaysia. Enjoy the private tours of Malaysia and explore the country's best theme parks, cultural highlights, natural wonders, jungle landscapes and the white sands.
Malaysia is an amazing country or two if you think of it, as it is divided by the South China Sea! The weather is always hot and a bit humid so makes this an ideal holiday destination!
A vacation experience here can be whatever you want it to be from spectacular beaches, diving through the coral reefs around the islands or even try a tour to the wild jungles and tea plantations!
Maybe a private tour to the old houses in the village of Sawark or the high rise modern architecture of Kuala Lumpur this city has it all !!
The cuisine is second to none with so many different curries, buffets, and food stalls to choose from you won't go hungry in Malaysia !!
Ethnically Malaysia makes up about half the population, with minorities of Malaysian Chinese, Malaysian Indians, and Indigenous people.
As a former Commonwealth country, the government adopted the Westminster parliamentary system, and the legal system is based on common law.
The country has a king, known locally as the ‘Yang di-Pertuan Agong’ and the head of government is the prime minister. Read More...
On a sightseeing tour of Malaysia, you will realise it is, without a doubt, a food paradise; There aren’t enough words to describe the wide varieties or how to name the types of food available here. Every Malaysian has something to say about food, and they love to eat, all day long! Malaysians are obsessed with their food! There are at least five meals in a day; breakfast…lunch…tea…dinner and supper!
On a city tour, you will notice that Malaysians can be the most passionate and opinionated people you will ever meet about food, and you will love this about them!
For example, if you think you’ve found THE place to get THE best nasi lemak (a Malaysian national fragrant rice dish cooked in coconut milk, often served wrapped in banana leaf, and usually eaten for breakfast), think again. Uncountable excellent Malaysians will be quick to tell you of a better one yet. You may think Malaysians are crazy, but some people will travel to another state (sometimes more than 100 km) just to eat the best.
What do you get when you combine Malay, Chinese and Indian influence in a dish? A melting pot of mouth-watering dish! Ingredients from one culture are sometimes also cooked using methods and ingredients from another culture. The question is which is better? The original or the ‘remixed’? Of course, the proof is in the pudding!
Top Ten Things to See in Malaysia
A vibrant city of cultural melting pots, noted impressive skyscrapers, and buzzing scenes of shopping and dining, Kuala Lumpur
is not just a city centre but rather several hubs of activity. Take the private tours of Kuala Lumpur and visit such places as the 450 meters tall Petronas Twin Towers, a pair of glass-and-steel-clad skyscrapers with Islamic motifs.
Explore Penang Hill and get the best view of Georgetown. Join the locals in Penang Botanic Gardens or Waterfall Gardens where they go for their daily exercises. Or, take a private tour of The Kek Lok Si-Temple of Supreme Bliss (featuring a giant statue of the Goddess of Mercy, Kuan Yin, ) and admire the sprawling hillside structure. It is said to be the largest Buddhist temple in South-East Asia.
Dare to be adventurous? Join a private tour to the Sarawak Chamber, which is the world's biggest cave chamber. Reported that it is so big that it can accommodate forty Boeing 747 inside it!. You must also visit Clearwater Cave, an impressive 189km long cave. The caves aren't the only highlights at Mulu National Park. Another stunning highlight to witness is Mount API's pinnacles. For caving enthusiasts, explore Mulu`s underground world.
A Famosa (‘The Famous’ in Portuguese) is perhaps Malacca’s best-known sightseeing spot. Originally it was a four-towered fortress entrance gatehouse constructed by Alfonso de Albuquerque who led the Portuguese invasion on the Malacca Sultanate. Later, the Dutch and the British also played a significant role. It is one of the oldest surviving European architectural remains in Asia.
Located in the Andaman Sea is this archipelago comprised of 99 islands where during low tide five temporary islands will appear. Put on your swimwears and swim in the Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls (meaning Seven Wells) named after the seven natural pools found along its path. Legend has it that fairies used to come down to these pools to bathe and frolic. For the energetic, take a guided tour to trek in the jungle trail of up to 2,500 m height!!
During your stay, be it short or long, you will surely have a fantastic time. The hot and humid weather, a natural 'sauna,' shouldn’t be a setback for you to enjoy your stay because it is easily overcome by a cold shower or two! Even if you are picky about your food, something from the various dishes will catch you eyes. Furthermore, you could put in a personal request where the chef will be more than happy to satisfy your taste buds!
Perhentian Islands in Terengganu
If you love the sea or want a great tan, take a private tour to Perhentian Islands. There are two main islands – Besar, the bigger, and Kecil, the smaller one. Both islands boast spectacular beaches, white sand, amazingly blue, shallow sea and tall palm trees. When not crowded with foreigners or local tourists, the islands are mostly uninhabited! You will be dazzled by the marine life.
Sepilok Rehabilitation Centre
This Offers you the opportunity to be able to be in close contact with an orangutan. You can only look but mustn’t touch! The Center is the first Orangutan Sanctuary in the world dedicating to the rehabilitation of orangutans and to returning orphaned, injured or displaced orangutans back to the wild. The last stage of the rehabilitation is to release them into nature by which time they should be self-depend.
The Cameron Highlands is a hill station, named after William Cameron, the British surveyor who stumbled upon these picturesque green hills in 1885. A private tour to the Cameron Highlands shows a stretch of green tea plantations among volcanoes with trekking trails. Hence trekking is one of the key activities in the Cameron Highlands. For less strenuous activities, the butterfly gardens, strawberry farms.
In the Malay language, Perhentian means 'stopping point' because the islands are a transit point by traders between Malaysia and Bangkok.Get away for a relaxing break by a private tour of Perhentian Islands, both Besar (big) and Kecil (small) islands, the perfect places where you can go back to basic. You won’t find any monuments, museums, or any other high-rise sights whatsoever on the islands. However, the beaches are a sight to behold.