Malaysia Tours and Trips to Malaysia

Malaysia Tours and Trips 2019/2020

City or countryside? With stunning Malaysia, there’s no need to choose. Kuala Lumpur is a true metropolis, ideal for sightseeing tours, festivals and events. In the northwest, Penang offers many cultural, religious and historic sites, including several foreign-influenced landmarks. And when you’re ready for a break from the noise and bustle, Borneo island has plenty of natural wonders and adventure and sport activities awaiting you. Read More

2 Trips in Malaysia with 89 Reviews

  • Summit Mt Kinabalu and witness the sunrise.
  • Discover orangutans and wildlife in their natural habitat.
  • Ascend Gunung Api for the limestone pinnacles.
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  • Starts Kuching, Malaysia
  • Ends Sepilok, Malaysia

Borneo Adventure

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  • Cycle in the shadow of Mt Kinabalu.
  • Visit the fascinating Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre.
  • Indulge in the therapeutic waters of the Poring Hot Springs.
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  • Starts Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
  • Ends Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia

Borneo Cycle Adventure

11 day bicycle trip visiting Kota Kinabalu in Malaysia. Read More
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  • Tour Type Group Tour
  • Activities Bicycle tours
  • Accommodation Home-stay
  • Transport Private Vehicle & Flight
  • Age Range 18 to 99 years old
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Malaysia Tour Reviews

4.8 - Excellent Based on 89 customer reviews
Excellent Reviewed Tour: Borneo Adventure
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5 - Excellent
“Our recent trip to Borneo was fantastic. The country and its people and animals were amazing. We saw heaps of wildlife including four wild orangutans and a herd of eleven pygmy elephants, loads of proboscis monkeys, turtles, deer, lizards, snakes, monkeys, birds, butterflies, squirrels, cats, insects and fascinating plants and flowers...Our children thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Aged six, eight and ten they coped with all that we did. They enjoyed the traveling, plane trips and different destinations. They really got into looking for wildlife and even loved the guided tour of the botanical gardens at Kinabalu.”
Excellent Reviewed Tour: Explore Malaysia
Carol Cook At
5 - Excellent
“I would've liked to see more of Malaysia ie the Camaroon Highlands but that would need a few more days added to the holiday. Also the last hotel Fave Cenang Beach hotel was at least 10 minutes away from the actual beach and as we were there 3 nights, we should've been given quieter rooms facing the rear In the 1st place instead of at least 2 in our party having to pay extra to move. This is a transit and group basic hotel and let down this tour. After paying a single room supplement, we paid double the price of the room rate advertised on their website, this should not have happened. I had reception contact maintenance as my loo seat was discoloured and rough, happily they quickly sorted this and put a brand new on , I was a happy bunny! ”
Best tour guide Reviewed Tour: Grand Kuala Lumpur, Batu Caves & Putrajaya Tour
Budi Kurniawan From Indonesia At
5 - Excellent
“The tour guide was very informative. just have some feedback; it would be much more better if the tour provide us the destination information brochures and mineral water (or snacks) in the car.”

Malaysia - Tour Highlights and Travel Tips

Malaysia’s rapid growth, multi-lane highways, spectacular theme parks, sprawling malls and glitzy cities might take you away from many of its real charms, but head over to the countryside or simply visit one of those colorful markets in its big cities and you realize that this is a country that is full of culture and traditions. British, Chinese, Indian, Malay, Dutch and Portuguese cultures intertwine to form the basis of Malaysia, and each culture has left its mark on the local customs, traditions, cuisines and architecture. 

A trip to Malaysia always feels like you’re visiting two different countries. One that has beautiful colonial-era architecture, enchanting tea plantations and world-class cities and the other that has vast ancient jungles, remote tribes and beautiful granite peaks. 

Tour Highlights

  • See the capital city from the sky bridge of the Petronas Towers
  • Climb your way into the Batu Caves
  • Explore the stalls of Kuala Lumpur's Chinatown
  • Visit some of the world’s last wild orangutans at Semenggoh Nature Reserve
  • Indulge in the bright colours of Kek Lok Si temple
  • Hang out with pit vipers at the Snake Temple in Penang
  • Walk across the Langkawi Sky Bridge

Travel Tips

  • Malaysia is made up of two regions: West or Peninsular Malaysia and East Malaysia. When travelling between them, be mindful of the fact that West and East Malaysia have different cultures, including different dialects and different religions.
  • Eating with your hands is encouraged in Malaysia, and it’s rare that you’ll be given a knife with your food.
  • Don’t show the soles of your feet or the bottom of your shoes, such as by crossing your legs. It’s considered disrespectful.
  • It can be difficult to get reliable, fast internet outside the city of Kuala Lumpur (KL).
  • Public transportation in KL is easy to use but frequently runs late, so give yourself plenty of time when travelling.
  • Don’t be afraid to try the street food when in Malaysia. Vendors are held to a high standard, particularly when compared to other Asian countries. Keep an eye out for durian (though you’ll probably smell it before you see it!).

Malaysia has seasonal weather so please do check up on the best time to visit Malaysia before planning your tour. 

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