Visit Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia's capital and one of Asia's most modern cities. Then visit Borneo, a physically stunning place with its deep green jungle and shockingly blue ocean. Finally explore Bali with its forested volcanic mountains and coral reefs
Kuala Lumpur is one of Asia's most cosmopolitan and modern cities and is a bustling city where futuristic skyscrapers rub shoulders with ancient temples. A unique blend of old colonial and new Asian where Chinese tea houses, Indian shops and Malay hawker stalls line streets next to world-class hotels and super hi rise office blocks. Don’t forget to look up at their famous Petronas Twin Towers, which sits in the financial district known as the Golden Triangle.
Borneo is one of the most physically stunning places on earth. While here, take a trip to the Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre, where you can observe man's closest relative, as they are rehabilitated in their natural habitat. Feed the orangutans on the feeding platform and visit the nursery to see the youngest residents. Then, you can continue to the Sun Bear Conservation Centre, and, after lunch, visit the Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary.
Bali will than act as your final stop, where you can relax on the exciting and fun shores of Kuta. Kuta, in addition to being renowned for its daily spectacular sunsets, is also the centre of night life activities in Southern Bali and a shopping mecca, with its lines of shops, boutiques, and galleries. Restaurants line up the streets as well as the Beachfront, hotels, ranging from a small inexpensive home stay to a luxurious resort, will ready accommodate you.
Please find our suggested length of stays below:
Kuala Lumpur - 3 nights
Borneo - 3 nights
Bali - 6 nights
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Kuala Lumpur sits at the halfway point of the west coast of the Malay peninsula, 35km (22 miles) inland in the Klang River Basin. A unique blend of old colonial and new Asian where Chinese tea houses, Indian shops and Malay hawker stalls line streets next to world-class hotels and super hi rise o...
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