Destination Malaysia
Activity Tours in Nepal
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Final Destination Malaysia
Starts From Kathmandu
Ends At Kathmandu
Accomodation Hotel in Malysia
No. of Days 5
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Activities Per Day Sightseeing

Malaysia offers an exhilarating mixture of great natural beauty and traditional Malay, Indian and Chinese cultures. The country is one of the most accessible countries to visit in Southeast Asia, with excellent hotels, clean restaurants and tap water you can safely drink! Malaysia will invigorate and surprise you, from its picture-perfect beaches and sumptuous cuisine to adventure activities and eclectic cities.

Most visitors to Malaysia stick to Kuala Lumpur, Malacca or the islands of Penang and Langkawi on the Peninsula. Far fewer make it to Sarawak or Sabah, on the island of Borneo, with their spectacular wildlife, longhouses and the awe-inspiring Mt. Kinabalu. One of Malaysia's most diverse and interesting regions, not to be missed is the East Coast Islands. Also the Malaysian Peninsula offers Highland, and Island, adventures, unspoilt coastal beaches and vivacious cities to travel around.

From its modest beginnings as a tin mining town in the 1800s, Kuala Lumpur (KL) has transformed into a vibrant, bustling, cosmopolitan city that is home to more than seven million people. Whether at day, or illuminated at night, the 88-storey Petronas Twin Towers is always a major attraction. Lake Gardens is perfect for both locals and travelers who are looking for a little tranquility in the middle of the city.

Five extraordinary experiences in Kuala Lumpur include:

♣   Take in a bird's eye view of the city

♣   Shop up a storm around town

♣   Journey to the mystical Batu Caves

♣   Dine out on KL's delicious cuisine

♣   Take a stroll around the beautiful Lake Gardens

Revelation of the beauty and surprises of Penang is one of Malaysia's must do's. There you'll find striking, accessible beaches speckled with luxurious family-friendly resorts, Georgetown's UNESCO World Heritage Site colonial mystique, and some of Malaysia's best cuisine. Penang is home to grand churches, intricate Buddhist and Indian temples and glorious mosques. These places of worship offer a great insight into the different cultures that make up Penang.

Top things to do in Penang include:

♣   Take in the historic buildings of Georgetown

♣   Try a trishaw ride

♣   Make the most of this food-lovers' paradise

♣   Visit one of the many different sites of worship 

♣   Soak up the sun on Batu Ferringhi beach

Whether you are on the lookout for a passionate getaway, after some well-earned rest and relaxation, or after a budget-friendly destination for the family, your perfect holiday awaits in Langkawi. For a spectacular experience, the Langkawi Skybridge is world-class. Clinging to a 700 meter high mountain ridge, the 125 meter long pedestrian bridge offers incredible views of the Andaman Sea. On Langkawi's beaches, you can go sailing, kayaking, power boating, or snorkeling to discover the startling sea life.  Langkawi is home to some of the world's most beautiful spas. After a hard day spent sight-seeing, swimming, or sunbathing, unwind with a spa treatment.

Five unforgettable experiences in Langkawi include:

♣   Take in the stunning view from the Skybridge

♣   Do absolutely nothing at all… Langkawi is the perfect destination if you're looking for lazy days and a holiday far away from the bustling pace of  daily life. 

♣   Pampering pleasures… Langkawi is home to some of the world's most beautiful spas.

♣   Take a cruise around the islands

♣   Book a day trip to Pulau Payar Marine Park

Sabah is situated on the North West coast of Malaysian Borneo, a short two hour flight from Kuala Lumpur, and is home to some of Malaysia's most cherished tourist attractions. The state of Sabah is where adventurous travelers can climb one of south East Asia's highest mountains, enjoy renowned scuba diving spots, explore caves, trek lush jungles and tackle almost any water sport you care to mention.

Top five unforgettable experiences in Sabah include:

♣   Climb Mt Kinabalu…. If you don't wish to climb the mountain, a trip to Kinabalu National Park is still a must-do - there are fantastic walking tracks, which offer extravagant views and allow you to leave the 'real' world far behind.

♣   Dive Sipadan Island

♣   Take a cruise down the Kinabatangan River

♣   Relax in style in Kota Kinabalu

♣   Get to know Sabah's official mascot - The Orangutan

From the stimulating colonial base of Kuching, visitors can leap into Sarawak's main attractions: nature and adventure. The list of adventure possibilities is as long as a Sarawak proboscis monkey's nose, with everything from river kayaking, climbing and hiking through the region's many forests on offer to get your adrenalin pumping.

Top things to do in Sarawak include:

♣   Marvel at the caves in Mulu National Park, Sarawak

♣   Take in the sights and sounds of the Rainforest World Music Festival

♣   Visit Bako National Park

♣   Visit a traditional Iban Longhouse

♣   Visit quirky Kuching

The east coast of the Malaysian Peninsula is home to some of the country's most unspoilt beaches, forests and islands, so it makes a welcome spot for a relaxing break on any Malaysian holiday. The east coast is dived into three regions, Kelantan, Pahang and Terengganu, offering great variety for those looking for a relaxing break.


This cluster of exquisite islands offers some of Malaysia’s finest beach and diving destinations. The islands' picture-perfect beaches offer crystal-clear turquoise water that's perfect for swimmers and snorkelers of all ages, and there's a wide range of accommodation to suit every budget.


Redang, a lush, tranquil island retreat with abundant marine life and a relaxing atmosphere, is famous for the range and quantity of sea-life that inhabits its many coral reefs, the clarity of the water in which it lives and the range of resorts offering luxury accommodation.


Magnificent beaches, crystal-clear water and excellent diving are the clear highlights. For scuba divers, Tioman is renowned for its clear, warm waters and sea-life, and there are a range of dive operators on the island to choose from.


At Kuantan one can witness great beaches within easy reach of a vibrant Malaysian city. The city of Kuantan is the capital of Malaysia's largest state, Pahang, and sits roughly at the midpoint of the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The city is also a culinary hotspot, famous for its delicious, locally produced dried fish dishes, street food and Indian specialties. Kuantan is also well known for a number of large and beautiful waterfalls.

The region known as Peninsula covers the areas within about four hours drive of Kuala Lumpur. This region offers a range of things to do and see, including cool highlands complete with tea plantations, the historic city of Malacca and Malaysia's largest national park.

Pangkor Island:

A relaxing island escapes with stunning beaches and excellent accommodation. Pangkor Island takes pride in its reputation for offering the quiet, laid-back Malaysian beach experience that might be lacking in some of the larger destinations. Beautiful sandy beaches are the clear highlight, with accommodation options dotted around the 8 square kilometer island ranging from simple beach huts up to five-star resorts.


Malacca is a mesmerizing and exciting city that offers a snapshot of both old and new Malaysia. Visitors can explore many sites, such as St Paul's Hill, St John's Fort, Kampung Hulu's Mosque (the oldest in Malaysia), the Melaka Sultanate Palace Museum and more by following the sign-posted heritage trail that weaves around the compact streets.

Taman Negara:

Experience the wonders of Malaysia’s largest national park. Malaysia's largest national park, and apparently the world's oldest tropical rainforest, Taman Negara today offers an exciting range of eco-tourism experiences. Ardent hikers can climb to the Malaysian Peninsula's highest point, Gunung Tahan. Animal-spotters must keep their eyes peeled for glimpses of the Asian Elephant, Sumatran Rhinoceros, Red Jungle fowl and possibly even a Malayan Tiger. Other must-do includes a canopy walkway, caving, jungle trekking and exploring the Tahan River.


A cool climate adventure through Malaysia’s surprising and alluring geographic high points. The highest point on Peninsular Malaysia, and with temperatures rarely topping 25 degrees, the highlands make a cool change from the rest of the country, too. The Cameron Highlands is the largest of these regions, and here visitors will discover a landscape rich in native and agricultural flora. Fraser's Hill is another highland region that's a mixed-up but enticing blend of colonial history and local flavor - it is named for the 'colourful' Scotsman who established, amongst other more legitimate businesses, the region's first opium and gambling dens.

We offer luxurious four and five starred hotels around the country. Compared to our neighboring countries, Malaysian hotels are much cheaper which could help you put together some highly competitive packages. A variety of innovative itineraries to the highlights of Malaysia, we also offer extension packages from Singapore in collaboration with our Singapore office. We do have with us a wide range of half or full day tours and excursions in and from Malaysia's most favorite destinations.


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    NOTE: We will customize the itinerary as per the requirement of the customer other than the above. For Trip Cost,please contact us,

Cost Includes

Half Day sightseeing in Kuala Lampur city Entrance fee in the outdoor parks  Accomodation charge as per itenerary    

Cost Excludes

Airfare, taxes & Visa fee.  Lunch and dinner.  Personal expenses & beverages.  Tips for guide Other services except in itenerary Insurance of traveller NOTE: We will customize the itinerary as per the requirement of the customer other than the above. For Trip Cost,please contact us.  

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