(1) Malaysia Tourism Packages

Malaysia Tourism Holiday Packages

If we are to describe Malaysia, it’s a blessed land with multiple hues waiting to be discovered. One of the most beautiful Asian countries, Malaysia offers a perfect escape from the everyday routine. Half of it is covered by dense jungle and have a mountainous terrain – such a treat for the eyes! The other half is surrounded by sea with fertile plain that runs down to the sea on the west and steepy coastline to the east. We offer Malaysia tourism packages that give you endless opportunities to explore the true colours of Malaysia. A mecca for shoppers, Kuala Lumpur is replete with shopping options. Whether electronics, clothes, gadgets, cameras or accessories, you will find it all here and that too at very competitive prices. Royal Selangor is the local Malaysian brands you should look for. The best places to shop at are Suria KLCC, Top Spinning Academy, Plaza Low Yat, My Batik and the Main Bazaar. If you have to bring back souvenirs for everyone, try wooden goods in Kuching - they are up for steal. With our Malaysia tourism packages, you will have enough time to scout the marketplaces and come back with bags. And as far as extra baggage fee is concerned, the charges in Malaysia are far less than other countries. Diving is the activity you want to indulge in. Malaysia is renowned for great diving spots like Sipadan, off the coast of Sabah and the Perhentian Islands. Laze around on the beaches while soaking up the sun. Spend your evenings taking delight in the awe-inspiring beauty of the coastal area. The natural essence of Malaysia is best witnessed in Borneo island’s Sarawak and Sabah regions. Home to limestone caves, dense forests, exotic wildlife and indigenous communities, Borneo in itself is a complete package. Summit Mt Kinabalu to watch spectacular sunrise, spot wildlife in their natural habitat, look at the limestone pinnacles after ascending Gunung Api and visit the Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre to learn more about this wonderful creature. Be amazed by the diversity you will find here. The most stupefying sight will be of rafflesia (the largest flower bloom) growing side by side with a number of small plants and large trees. Also, you can stay here in longhouses and get to know the indigenous people. Revel in the gorgeous scenery of stunning Malaysian cities round the year. The country has a warm tropical weather with frequent rainfalls throughout. However, they are unlikely to ruin your travel plans. From November to mid-February, try not to visit the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia as it receives heavy rains. Rest of the country is golden. The temperature ranges on an average of 32 degree C during the day and around 26 degree C at night. On rainy days, the night temperature can dip to 22 degree C. The carriers AirAsia and AirAsia X of Malaysia Airlines are the best way to fly into Kuala Lumpur. However, if you are in neighboring countries, you can consider other options as well. From Thailand, you can take direct trains from Bangkok to Butterworth (near Penang) and Hat Yai to Kuala Lumpur. Singapore is also connected to Malaysia via train network and you can board a train from Tumpat (near Kota Bahru) to Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia is also connected to neighbouring countries by road. Buses run from Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand and Brunei. If you are up for an exciting voyage, try taking a ferry from any of these countries to reach Malaysia. From Kuala Lumpur’s bustling streets to Penang’s relaxed environs, the country is flooded with accommodation options suiting the likes of every traveller. Budget accommodation is available in most cities. With our Malaysia tourism packages, we book your accommodation in advance in one of the best hotels. All you have to do is let us know your requirements. Dig into Indian dishes Malaysian style at Restoran Ratha Raub in Kuala Lumpur. The Kari Kepala Ikan Raub (fish head curry) brings people from across the globe to get the taste of this delectable curry. Sek Yuen is another great restaurant for Chinese delights, especially their sweet-and-sour fish. If you are in Sarawak, Northwestern Borneo, head straight to Jambu for lip-smacking Mediterranean food. It’s an elegant restaurant, which serves as a romantic background for couples. Other than that, coffee shops and street stalls are the best and most affordable places to eat delicious meals. Seafood is must-try, although a bit pricey it is simply superb. Prawns and crabs are exquisite, no matter where you eat in Malaysia. As the sun goes down, each of the major Malaysian cities showcases a different hue. Bars & clubs, fancy restaurants and even cosy cafes draw people out of their homes to show them a good time. Around Kuala Lumpur, bars and clubs are open until the wee hours. If you are looking for an action-packed night, Kuala Lumpur is the place to be. Head out to Changkat Bukit Bintang - the party hub and Jalan P. Ramlee. Another not-to-be-missed place is Asian Heritage Row. One of the trendiest places in Malaysia, it is a huge bar formed by knocking five shops together.
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Blog : Best places to visit in Malaysia for family fun

Malaysia is one of the best travel destinations in Southeast Asia, especially if you are travelling with your family. It is bestowed with great beaches, heritage sites, mountains, pristine beaches, and National parks housing some of the most exotic animals and birds. Whatever be your family’s vacation style and interest, choices of places to visit in Malaysia are endless.
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