Travel to Malaysia - in a Nutshell
Malaysia in South East Asia has been widely promoted worldwide via its “Malaysia – Truly Asia” Campaign. Malaysia offers many contrasting styles and experiences and that makes it one of its kind destination.
Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia and one arrives here to a city break experience. Skyscrapers, theme parks, high street and shopping all combine together for an experience.
Genting Highlands near Kuala Lumpur (5500+ ft asl) is a destination resort and represents a Casino, Theme park and Golfing destination that is extremely popular regionally.
Kuala Lumpur and Genting Highlands is often compared with Singapore – Sentosa Island combination in South East Asia.
Langkawi and Penang offers two beachside destinations that offer guests experience not too dissimilar from what is offered by popular beach resorts of Thailand.
Cameron Highlands offers an idyllic hillside experience for offbeat travelers.
Sabah and Sarawak (East Malaysia, accessible via a flight) is one for the experiential travellers where guests arrive for one of a kind Rainforest and eco tourism experience.
Port Dickson (100 kms), Malacca (150 kms) and Ipoh (Tambun) (200 kms) are getaways around Kuala Lumpur renowned for their destination resorts, theme parks and therefore popular with family travellers and getaway seekers. Malacca town is a UNESCO heritage site and therefore of interest for a heritage traveller.
Malaysia and its diversity makes Malaysia most interesting of all destinations in South East Asia for a wide range of travelers.