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A melting pot of many races, Malaysia is where you can experience every flavour that Asia has to offer. With towering skyscrapers, a blend of cultures and some of the best beaches in the world, Malaysia is ideal for a honeymoon or a romantic getaway. Langkawi’s ninety-nine islands are home to several local legends, beautiful beaches and natural marvels. Pangkor Island and Kota Kinabalu are two increasingly popular destinations for the pleasure seeker. Allow us to help you discover the hidden delights of this country.




Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia, is considered to be Asia's counterpart of the Silicon Valley. From an obscure little town, the city today has grown to a bustling city of almost two million people. The growth and development of this city has produced an interesting mix of architecture; elegant palatial buildings of a bygone colonial era contrast with modern mega structures like the Petronas Twin Towers. All these, coupled with the numerous street level markets and the traditional culture in the lanes of China Town makes Kuala Lumpur an unforgettable experience for the visitor.


Penang, often referred to as the Pearl of the Orient, is one of the most picturesque and romantic cities of the Far East, renowned for its gorgeous beaches. In the island capital of Georgetown, modern skyscrapers rise from one of Southeast Asia's largest collections of intact pre-war buildings. Penang is a city steeped in history and tradition, yet surprisingly modern in its outlook.


The Langkawi archipelago, a cluster of 99 islands just off the coast of Kedah, is the ultimate holiday paradise that offers sun-drenched beaches and ancient rainforests teeming with exotic plant and animal life. Langkawi is easily accessible by air with flights from Kuala Lampur, Penang, Singapore and Bangkok. Ferries connect the island to the northern mainland as well as to Penang.


Just off the west coast of Perak you will find a jewel-like island where pirates, merchants and adventurers have all weighed anchor in the past several centuries. What attracted them to the island is clear. Soft white sand, warm azure waters, several little sheltered inlets, lush forests and an all pervading sense of peace. Tourists from the world over come here to indulge in water sports, angling, diving or simply to laze about on the beach.


The country’s largest and most popular hill resort is truly blessed. It is in enviable possession of a pleasantly cool climate throughout the year, fertile soil that nurtures an abundance of fresh produce and a variety of birds and butterflies. Any time of the year is perfect for a visit, though there is mild rainfall throughout the year, except between February and April.


Thirty two kilometres off the coast of peninsular Malaysia lies the tropical resort of Tioman Island. With just eight villages on the island, and several luxurious resorts, Tioman has become a popular holiday spot. It is surrounded by several coral reefs, which are a treat for the scuba enthusiast. A jungle covers a ridge on the west section of the island, which ends at a secluded, palm fringed beach.


A popular holiday destination for several years, Kota Kinabalu is particularly appealing to eco-tourists. Here, you may choose to stay in luxury resort hotels and be pampered in spas. Trek into the jungle or up the mountains, go shopping, white water rafting, or explore the hot springs. You may find that you never want to leave.



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