12-night bucket-list trip
Located in the Malaysian part of Borneo, Kuching is the capital city of Sarawak, a founding partner in the nation of Malaysia. Here you will witness semi-wild orangutans, who have been rescued from captivity and trained to survive in the surrounding forest reserve. Then immerse yourself in Kuala Lumpur, one of Asia's most cosmopolitan and modern cities, where you can marvel at the skies by visiting their world-famous Petronas Twin Towers. You will then finish your trip by relaxing on the pristine and unspoilt shores of Langkawi. Slow paced and relaxed with hideaway coves, lush forested hills, limestone caves and sun-soaked beaches, Langkawi is one destination not to be missed.
Bucket-List Trip Highlights:
- Enjoy an introduction to Kuching by embarking on a city tour.
- Board a wildlife river cruise for a chance to see the rare proboscis monkey.
- A visit to the Semonggok Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre, to see their semi-wild orangutans.
- Enjoy a half day city tour of Kuala Lumpur
This 12-night tour includes flights, private transfers, hotel stays & excursions
Total Price: £4398 Deposit: £250pp
Includes: Flights, Transfers, Accommodation
Departs: London Heathrow
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Located in the Malaysian part of Borneo, Kuching is the capital city of Sarawak, a founding partner in the nation of Malaysia. Modern yet laid back, Kuching has outstanding infrastructure yet remains very much in touch with nature. Modern Kuching can be traced back to 1841, when James Brooke, the son of an English judge in the East India Company who happened to be sailing the Malay Archipelago, helped the King of Brunei crush a rebellion in southern Borneo.
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 ...
The hotel also has a commanding view of the iconic State Legislative building and the Governors palace to the North and the Merdeka field and the historic Sarawak Museum to the south. The Artrageous feature of the hotel is the mission to promote local artists, be it music to handicrafts to art. The Waterfront Hotel’s friendly, personal service, accompanying thoughtful amenities and Artrageous theme will leave guests with a unique and luxurious experience. The facilities and services provided by The Waterfront Hotel ensure a pleasant stay for guests. A selection of top-class facilities such as 24-hour room service, free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour security, daily housekeeping, taxi service can be enjoyed at the hotel.
The Hotel is just a short stroll to the city’s main business, shopping and entertainment districts and the Kuala Lumpur International Airport is just a 45-minute drive away.
All rooms are spacious and modern in design with Petronas Twin Towers view and KLCC Park view. Each room is...
The 35-acre resort offers a relaxing atmosphere amidst a lush tropical environment. 355 guestrooms and suites are housed in clusters of single- and double-storey wooden chalets built on stilts, and each with spacious verandahs. In addition to a versatile line-up of water sports and outdoor activi...