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We've put together a guidebook with everything you need to know about Malaysia. Written by our specialists, it details destination information, a wildlife guide, some suggested itineraries and plenty more to inspire your holiday. Fill in the form below and if you live in UK, your guidebook will arrive by post within the next couple of days. For those who live abroad, we will send you a link by email which will allow you to download your own copy.
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Defined by its unique blend of Malay, Chinese and Indian influences, Malaysia is a country of two halves divided by the South China Sea. There are fewer greater cultural melting pots in the world than South Asia’s rising star, a nation bursting with jungles, rainforests, and tribal villages where space-age skyscrapers and historical temples dominate its capital Kuala Lumpur, glistening white sands beckon in tropical paradise Langkawi, and colonial architecture lures in food-obsessed Penang.
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From its exotic laid-back islands to its cool highlands, Malaysia offers a mesmerising mix of gold-domed Malay mosques, Hindu temples, neck-straining skyscrapers, and enough jungles, ancient rainforests, coral reefs and national parks to hook nature-lovers.
Revealing a colonial heart beneath its signature stainless steel and glass skyscrapers, Kuala Lumpur – dominated by the iconic 1,453-foot Petronas Towers - is a capital city where size does matter. Head here for achingly hip bars, glitzy shopping malls, fascinating museums and outdoor bazaars where bargaining is de rigueur.
For beach chic, the dazzling Perhentian Islands seal the deal with swathes of white sand backed by crystalline waters, whilst Langkawi, an archipelago of around 99 islands, is a true tropical paradise. Meanwhile, diving fantasies are realised on the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia where adventurous souls can seek out reefs, pinnacles, hard and soft coral, a few wrecks, and plenty of fish and shark action, especially between June to October when the visibility is good.
Malaysia is a trip for the senses and a cultural stronghold. Discover limestone caverns dripping with stalactites at the Batu Caves, tour the splendid tea plantations in the Cameron Islands, and savour some of the best fusion cuisine in foodie paradises Penang and Malacca - the nation’s oldest city.
For exceptional jungle experiences off the beaten track, kayak through rainforests on a meandering river, hire a raft for adrenaline-pumping river cruising, seek out primates such as orangutans and endemic proboscis monkeys, climb up spectacular canopy trails, and trek through Taman Negara National Park at night to experience the jungle in all its nocturnal glory.
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Did you know?
Malaysia is home to the world’s largest roundabout, located in Putrajaya, it has a diameter of over two and a half miles.
Did you know?
The Flor de la Mar, a Portuguese merchant ship, sunk in the Strait of Malacca during the early 1500s. It was rumoured to be carrying a great amount of treasure, yet neither the ship nor the treasure have ever been found!