9-Night Bucket-list Trip
A spectacularly varied nation where the modern combines with the traditional, Malaysia’s allure lies in its exciting blend of culture, cuisine and natural beauty. From the urban metropolis of Kuala Lumpur to rural villages and tea plantations, gorgeous beaches and tropical rainforests teeming with wildlife, you really can experience Asia’s diversity here. Malaysia is the home of satay, the tallest twin buildings in the world and thriving flora and fauna populations. It is also the home of a distinctive multicultural society: mostly Malay, then Chinese, Indian and indigenous people.
Between getting intoxicated on Malaysian culture you will jet off to Penang. Known as the “Pearl of the Orient” Penang is one of South-east Asia's most popular island resorts and with good reason. This island paradise has been a trading hotspot for centuries, but these days it is tourists who come to soak up the sun and the history. The capital of Georgetown is the hub of island life, but the resort of Batu Ferringhi is where most holidaymakers head.
Next travel along Malaysia’s East Coast where you will visit Kota Bharu, Kuala Terengganu & Kuantan. These traditional towns are bursting with colours, smells and culture. Then travel back to Kuala Lumpur for a 1-night stay before your flight home.
Call us today on:
0845 128 6524
We are open between:
(Office opening hours are currently disrupted due to Welsh government regulations – However, all calls and enquiries will still be answered remotely when the office is closed.)
Mon 09:00 - 17:30
Tue 09:00 - 17:30
Wed 09:00 - 17:30
Thu 09:00 - 17:30
Fri 09:00 - 17:30
Sat 09:00 - 17:00
Sun 10:00 - 16:00
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 Cameron Highlands is the perfect place to escape the heat of the lowlands, with rolling tea plantations, forests and waterfalls. It’s great for walkers and it's possible to visit remote villages of the Orang Asli people. This area is an ideal combination with the city and one of the beach resorts to provide a wonderful multi centre holiday. First mapped in 1885 by William Cameron, this hill station retains a quintessentially old English atmosphere, with mock Tudor hotels serving tea in the afternoon and gin and tonics in the evenings. It is an ideal destination for one or two nights to provide a unique contrast to the rest of this fascinating country.
Widely known as the Pearl of the Orient, Penang is one of Asia's most famous islands. Its natural beauty and exotic heritage have been attracting curious visitors for centuries. Penang today is very much an amalgam of the old and the new ,a bustling port, a heritage city and an industrial bas...
The city of Kota Bharu has many palaces, museums, markets and historic buildings which are of interest to local and foreign tourists alike. Fortunately many of these sights are close together in the compact city centre.
Kuala Terengganu holds the charms and splendour from other states in Malaysia. Despite rapid development and modernisation, it is as if time has stood still as the state retains all the rustic and idyllic charms so different from other tourist destination. Kuala Terengganu is home to a diverse and close-knit society, where people are friendly and charm that exuberantly warmth and grace, with strong morals and values. People of different races share the bonds of neighbourhood, a strong liking for local food and speak the same local dialect.
Kuantan, is the state capital of Pahang and is located on the east coast of Malaysia, facing the South China Sea. It is fast developing into a modern commercial centre yet retaining its unique age and old charms. Now, modern high-rise structures coexist harmoniously with pre-war shop houses and colonial buildings. Kuantan is vibrant, clean and punctuated by lush greenery that gives the town a refreshing countryside atmosphere. Food is easily available as there are many restaurants and open-air food stalls selling local culinary delights. Its nightlife is an affair of colourfully decorated stalls selling anything from handicraft to costume jewellery and farm produce.
Strategically nestled in Kuala Lumpur's city center, this newly refurbished hotel is one of the most popular 4-star business hotels in Kuala Lumpur and is a part of the UK-based Corus hotel group. While enjoying your stay in one of the 388 luxurious and first-class rooms and suites that incor...
Strawberry Park Resort is ideally located amidst a 7-acre hill between Tanah Rata and Brinchang. The cool temperature in Cameron Highlands makes it an ideal retreat for holiday makers and business travellers alike, whether you're from Malaysia or Internationally, our resort is the perfect place. Strawberry Park Resort is designed with 7 blocks of walk-up rooms; spread over 7 acres of land. The property is the market leader and the highest resort in Cameron Highlands, exclusively on its own hill with breath-taking views of the highlands.
Located along Batu Ferringhi beach, The Bayview Beach Resort offers 360 cozy rooms with 2 restaurants, 3 beverage outlets and a full range of international standard services and facilities. The resort’s modern decor is tastefully complemented with Chinese antiques and an award-winning landscaped garden right at the beachfront. The Bayview also caters for banquets, meetings, incentives, conventions and conferences with the largest Grand Ballroom along the beach seating 1800 people for theatre style conferences, 7 function rooms, modern audio-visual equipment and a team of meeting and catering services specialists.
Hotel Perdana, the first premier hotel in Kota Bharu has undergone a major transformation into a luxury hotel. The hotel; stands in the heart of the city centre, within walking distance to the commercial district, shopping areas and local attractions. The hotel’s architecture prominently displays unique carvings where rich Malay heritage is kept alive. Blending with a touch of modern luxury in a classic décor, the hotel spreads over 2 wings, offering 272 well-appointed guest rooms & suites. Suitable for any business traveller or holiday makers, Hotel Perdana is the new landmark and a preferred choice of accommodation in Kota Bharu.
Swiss-Garden Beach Resort Kuantan is nestled on the pristine Balok beach 15km north to the east coast town of Kuantan, overlooking the inviting waters of the warm South China Sea. Balok Beach is reputed to be one of the world`s best windsurfing venues and combined with the resort`s leisure facilities, guests can enjoy swimming in the pool with direct access to the beach, providing an idyllic holiday destination for those who want to simply relax and perfect for quiet getaways.