True to its marketing tagline, Malaysia is truly Asia! The country is a melting pot of cultures, and local Malay, Indian, and Chinese influences can be seen in the customs, traditions, buildings and food. From modern cities to those with a strong colonial hangover, from colourful festivals to lip-smacking cuisine, bountiful forests and rich wildlife, Malaysia is small in size, but big on experiences.
BEST TIME TO VISITMay - Sep
SUGGESTED DURATION9 Days
FLIGHT DURATION4 Hours
CURRENCYMalaysian Ringgit (RM)
EAT: Nasi Lemak (Rice soaked in coconut milk and cooked with pandan leaves with a side of a fried or boiled egg and meat). Laksa (Rice noodles or vermicelli with chicken, prawn or fish, served in spicy soup) Kuih (Sweet or savoury Malay-style pastries).
DRINK: Teh Tarik - A mixture of black tea with condensed or evaporated milk
Witness the breathtaking views of the Lata Iskandar Waterfalls.
Explore the colourful streets of historic Malacca.
Visit the orangutans at the Semengogh Orangutan Rehabilitation Center.
Ride the river rapids of Taman Negara by longtail boat.
Explore the city of George Town and try the best local street and hawker food.
Immerse yourself in Malaysia. Connect to its history, its people, and make unforgettable memories through one-of-a-kind adventures.
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