All of Asia's colors in one. Truly Asia.
Malaysia is the place where cultures melt,
a delightful blend of people and nature,
from indigenous tribes to modern cities,
Malaysia displays all the colors of Asia.
In a mix of Malay, Chinese, Indian with more ethnic minorities Malaysia gives any visitor a unique multicultural experience.
The intriguing diversity from west to east, the peninsula to Borneo, – from the iconic Twin Towers to Headhunters.
Kuala Lumpur portrait a blend of charming old colonial buildings with modern skyscrapers, trendy shopping malls and the refreshing big green gardens kept intact from the original jungle where amongst Kuala Lumpur was originally born.In the cooler climate Cameron Highlands are dotted with old Victorian guest houses overlooking the green slopes of tea plantations and strawberry fields.
Taman Negara boasts of being the world’s oldest rainforest.
Stay overnight in the lodges and get close up when the park rangers guide you through the jungle.
The UNESCO world heritage of Melaka is only a few hours drive from Kuala Lumpur.
Strolling through Junker street in the old town or exploring all the parts of the Chinese, Portuguese & Dutch remains is like digging into a heritage treasure trove.
Experience Borneo’s enthralling mysterious untouched nature and eco system.
At turtle island, be there when in the dusk when the Green Sea Turtle comes ashore to lay her eggs.
Come face to face with an Orang-utan at Sepilok Orangutan rehabilitation center. Cruise up the Kinabatangan river at Sukau Rainforest and watch the wildlife in the dusk. Stay in Gayana Eco Resort, Gaya Island, bungalows are on poles right in the water amidst the flourishing life of the marine park.
Here in the lowland rain-forest you can watch the orangutans swing in the treetops and come to the center from the jungle mist.
At the same time you have the opportunity to learn more and be part of the preservation of the unique and fragile eco systems.
Come face to face with an Orang-utan at Sepilok Orangutan rehabilitation center.
Cruise up the Kinabatangan river at Sukau Rainforest and watch the wildlife in the dusk.
Stay in Gayana Eco Resort, Gaya Island, bungalows are on poles right in the water amidst the flourishing life of the marine park.
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Please note, that as of the 1st September 2017, the Tourism and Culture Minister of Malaysia, will enforce a Tourism Tax for stays at all hotels/service apartments in Malaysia.
MYR10.00 per room per night.
This is a country wide tax which is applicable to all foreign tourists at a flat rate, required to be paid by the guest directly to the hotel at the time of check-in/check-out.
The new tourist tax is not inclusive in the room rates or package prices.