Malaysia is often referred to as ‘Malaysia - Truly Asia’ and is made up of two separate geographic regions. Peninsula Malaysia, heritage Penang, along with the tropical islands of Langkawi, Pangkor Laut and Malaysian Borneo, Sabah and Sarawak or Eastern Malaysia, lying eastward over the South China Sea, occupying the northern edge of the island of Borneo.  

Malaysia lies at the very heart of South-East Asia, slightly to the north of the equator bordering with Thailand and Singapore adjacent to the Philippines, Indochina and Indonesia. Endless stretches of pristine beach and beguiling off-shore palm covered tropical islands, give way to temperate wild and mysterious mountains surrounded by extensive areas of virgin rainforest, over 130 million years old, all of which make Malaysia what it is today.  

Rich in ethnic culture and topographical diversity, with a population consisting of Malay Chinese and South Indian peoples, the unique Peranakan and Baba-Nyonya communities are descendants from the original trading settlers.  

Malaysia benefits from a tropical climate, Kuala Lumpur and the west coast are drier and sunnier between December and March, therefore, great year round destinations. The East Coast's heavy rain fall between November and February, when the sea is not recommended for bathing are best avoided. There is always a chance of a tropical downpour, which is normally short, sharp and does reduce the humidity.

Start your Malaysian odyssey in the vibrant city of Kuala Lumpur, visit the tallest twin tower structure in the world, Petronas Towers, if you can drag yourself away from the fantastic boutiques it takes just 41 seconds to shoot up to the midway point, with spectacular views of Kuala Lumpur.  If you are fan of British Celebrity Chefs, then it will come as no surprise that KL is a gastronomic paradise for food lovers, whether you are dining in modern international restaurants, or sitting in bustling China Town experiencing eclectic Street Food washed down with jugs of delicious local beer.

Malaysia’s pristine beaches and clear waters, make it an ideal destination for water sports, including sailing, jet skiing, windsurfing, along with its rich marine environment in the Indo-Pacific Basin, Malaysia is becoming a world-class diving destination for wall, deep, drift and wreck dives, for novice and advanced divers.The great outdoors awaits the more adventurous traveller, home to one of the world’s oldest rainforest, Asia’s tallest Mountain, abundant birdlife, this is a destination you will want to revisit again and again and after all that exercise then Malaysia’s excellent beachfront Spa Resorts, will help you relax and rejuvenate with traditional regimes and treatments from across Asia.



Discover eclectic Malaysian cuisine a fusion of traditional Malay, Chinese, British and Indian dishes a reflection of the wonderful multi-ethnic makeup of modern day Malaysia. Start your journey
From only £1,629.00
Discover the Holiday Island of Langkawi at the start of this culinary adventure, before travelling onwards to Kuala Lumpur with a visit to the former Portuguese colony of Malacca, includes
From only £1,599.00
Pangkor Island situated on the west coast of Malaysia in the Straits of Malacca is a private island and home to Pangkor Laut Resort. Lush rainforests, pristine secluded white sandy beaches and the
From only £1,599.00
Berjaya Langkawi Resort Malaysia is nestled in a rainforest sanctuary, with a stunning backdrop of lush green mountains, with sweeping views of the emerald sea. Spend ten nights at this luxurious
From only £1,259.00
Berjaya Resort on Tioman Island is beautifully located amidst a coastal rainforest region and close to the Tioman Marine Park, with miles of secluded pristine white sandy beaches, lapped by clear
From only £1,879.00
Four Seasons Resort Lankawi, the epitome of tranquillity and luxury, set on a secluded white sandy beach, lapped by the crystal clear waters of the Andaman Sea, on the northern tip of the Langkawi
From only £2,169.00
Spend five nights exploring the Heritage Island of Penang and soaking up some sun, before travelling onwards for two nights Singapore, including private transfers and Business Class flights on multi-award winning Singapore Airlines from London Heathrow or Manchester
From only £2,649.00
Spend two nights at the luxurious E&O Residence, in the heart of the vibrant city of Kuala Lumpur, before travelling overland Cameron Highlands and the Belum Rainforest, returning to the heritage
From only £1,859.00
Hyatt Regency Kuantan Resort Malaysia a five star luxury resort situated on the pristine beachfront of Telok Chempedak on the spectacular less visited tranquil eastern coastline of Malaysia. Spend
From only £1,159.00
Japamala Resort on Tioman Island located in the South China Sea, is the ultimate escape to take you back to nature, luxurious tree houses and cliff side chalets are the epitome of serenity and
From only £1,959.00
Kuala Lumpur, the gateway to ‘Malaysia - Truly Asia’ is a perfect start to a holiday of a lifetime,  spend three days exploring the vibrant city of Kuala Lumpur, before setting off to explore
From £899.00
A unique opportunity to experience the culture, heritage and tradition of Malaysian life within one itinerary. Your journey starts in Kuala Lumpur, the dynamic Malaysian capital, with a 3 night
From only £1,429.00
The Andaman, a Luxury Collection Resort is located on the idyllic holiday Island of Langkawi, in between a ten million year old rainforest and the tranquil Datai Bay and an 8000-year-old coral
From only £1,659.00
Perhentian Tuna Bay located on the south west coast of Pulau Perhentian Besar, occupies a tranquil untouched corner of this tiny island, with palm fringed white sandy beaches lapped by the crystal
From only £1,329.00
Samadhi Retreats Malaysia Experience begins in the vibrant city of Kuala Lumpur with two nights at luxurious boutique hotel Villa Samadhi. A scenic drive to the historical Blue Mansion in the
From only £2,499.00
Taman Negara is one of the world’s oldest tropical regions and an unforgettable jungle experience, travel in traditional longboats (now mechanised) through tropical rainforests and unique villages
From only £1,519.00
Tanjung Rhu Resort Langkawi nestled at the tip of northern Langkawi under the shade of the Casuarina trees, on a 2.5 km stretch of white sandy beach, lapped by the pristine waters of the Andaman
From only £1,739.00
The Datai Langkawi is a luxurious boutique hotel; surrounded by lush ancient rainforest, with its own private beach and golf course, spend 7 nights, but only pay for 5 nights, in the lap of luxury
From only £2,069.00
Meritus Pelangi Beach Resort & Spa is a 35-acre beach resort overlooking the pristine white sands of Cenang Beach in Langkawi. Designed in the style of a traditional Malay village with landscaped
From only £1,279.00
Tanjung Aru a luxurious Shangri La Resort in Kota Kinabalu on the exotic Island of Borneo, stay 7 nights room only in a Mountain View Room, including shared transfers. Includes flights.
From only £1,139.00
Rasa Ria Resort, part of the Shangri La Group is located in Sabah one of the largest of Malaysian Borneo’s two states, situated on the northeast side of the island of Borneo, facing the South China
From only £1,139.00
The mere mention of the word Borneo conjures images of remote lands of lush green virgin rainforest, white sandy beaches, with a back drop of the towering peaks of Mount Kinabalu set in the clear
From only £1,389.00
Borneo is the third largest island in the world, is home to one of the world’s largest limestone cave system, one of the world’s oldest rainforests and is the natural habitat for 15,000 species of
From only £1,899.00
Gaya Island is a five star deluxe Luxury resort located on Pulau Gaya, the largest of a cluster of five Island that form the Tunku Abdul Rahman Park on the island of Borneo. This luxurious resort
From only £2349.00
Shangri La Rasa Sayang Resort & Spa is located on the beautiful Batu Feringgi Beach nestled in 30 acres of lush tropical gardens, between the Penang’s verdant hills and the Straits of Malacca, just
From only £1,249.00

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