Take a visit to Kuala Lumpur, the Malaysia capital and one of Asia's most modern cities. This city owns a dramatic skyline that you will never forget. Then travel on to Langkawi with its beautiful sweeping coastline and tropical sandy beaches.
Kuala Lumpur 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.
Langkawi is officially known as 'Langkawi, the Jewel of Kedah' and is an archipelago just off the northwest coast of Malaysia in the Andaman Sea. It is one of Malaysia's most unspoilt tropical islands with spectacular scenery and some truly wonderful beaches. Slow paced and relaxed with hideaway coves, lush forested hills, limestone caves and sun-soaked beaches surrounded by tiny deserted atolls.
Please find our suggested length of stays below:
Kuala Lumpur - 3 nights
Langkawi - 7 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...
The largest in a cluster of mostly uninhabited islands located at the tip of peninsula Malaysia, Langkawi combines rugged beauty with modern comforts. With its beautiful sweeping coastline, sandy bays, inviting warm water and tropical vegetation, it's no wonder why the island is renowned for ...