Among Asia’s most developed countries, the island-peninsula of Malaysia is a multicultural land of urbane skyscrapers, historical landmarks, temples rubbing shoulders with pagodas, churches and mosques and legendary gastronomy. Welcoming over 4.3 million tourists annually, Malaysia is one of the ten most visited countries worldwide. Take an immeasurably rewarding trip with Ajeya Enterprises’s Malaysia tour packages.

The best time to visit Malaysia is between December to April. It takes 5-6 days to explore Malaysia’s sightseeing spots and diverse culture, an amalgam of Malay, Peranakan, European, Chinese, Arabic and Indian influences. The capital of Kuala Lumpur is home to colonial-era mansions, shopping districts like Bukit Bintang and the iconic 451m-tall Petronas Twin Towers.

When you travel to Malaysia, catch world-famous charms of this Southeast Asian starlet – dive into the turquoise waters of Pulau Redang’s East Coast, celebrate Thaipusam festival at the Batu Caves, admire rich biodiversity at Borneo’s beaches, steep sandstone cliffs, mangroves and peat swamp forests and visit a cool hill station, the Cameron Highlands.

Penang is Malaysia’s most popular tourist destination known for its soft sandy beaches, temples and monuments. Take a sightseeing tour of Kek Lok Si Temple, Tropical Spice Garden, Fort Cornwallis and Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion. Batu Ferringhi and Tanjung Bungah are scenic beaches with opportunities for parasailing, jet skiing, scuba diving, snorkelling and windsurfing.

Accorded as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Georgetown Historic City is Penang’s capital. Georgetown is flanked by swanky shopping centres, Chinese manors, pubs, shophouses, mosques, cafes and artsy boutiques. With hiking trails and funicular railways, Verdant Penang Hill overlooks it all.

Make a beeline for the top of Mount Kinabalu, Malaysia’s highest mountain, with its summit at 4,095 metres. The mountain is located within Kinabalu Park, Malaysia’s oldest national park and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Hike through Fraser’s Hill and Ipoh Caverns, the country’s longest caves displaying 5,000-year-old Neolithic paintings.

In Northeastern Malaysia, Perhentian Islands lies clustered within a marine park accessible by ferries. The two largest islands here are Pulau Perhentian Besar, with a lively backpacking scene, and Pulau Perhentian Kecil, with its rainforest beaches, upscale and family-oriented destinations. In addition, you can explore less touristy beaches at Redang and Sipadan Islands.

For thrilling adventures, go to Gunung Mulu National Park, Sunway Lagoon Amusement and Water Park, Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre and Zoo Negara. Ride the SkyCab cable car and walk Machinchang Mountain’s Glass Bridge at Langkawi Islands.

Streamline your trip with Ajeya Enterprises’s best Malaysia tour packages, including visits to fascinating attractions and accommodations for tourists, families and solo adventurers.

Places to Visit in Malaysia

1. Kuala Lumpur: Kuala Lumpur, popularly referred to as KL, is the capital city of Malaysia. Officially the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, it is also the largest city of the country, spreading over almost 245 sq km. Steel-clad skyscrapers, mega shopping malls, renowned monuments, bustling markets and burgeoning nightlife – that is Kuala Lumpur for you!

2. Langkawi: Spread out with clean beaches, sparkling blue waters and forests, Langkawi is a tourist’s paradise. Also known as Langkawi Permata Kedah or Langkawi, the Jewel of Kedah, the 99 islands that make up this place are an ideal spot for some rest and relaxation. The choicest seafood, tons of spas and other fun activities will make your stay in Langkawi real fun.

3. Genting Highlands: Located in Pahang, Genting Highlands is a beautiful hill station in Malaysia which is only an hour’s drive away from Kuala Lumpur. Dubbed as the “City of Entertainment” is renowned for its spirited nightlife, luxury hotels, huge shopping complexes and world-class casinos.

4. Cameron Highlands: Cameron Highlands is a gorgeous hill station nestled in the hills of Pahang in Malaysia. Bordered by the Malaysian states of Perak and Kelantan, this hilly district is home to eight different settlements that boast of stunning views, expansive plantations, nurseries, colonial bungalows, and hidden waterfalls.

5. Ipoh: Explore the Hipster Capital of Malaysia in style at Ipoh, Malaysia’s third largest city that has recently shot to fame as an offbeat destination for lovers of adventure, art, heritage, and architecture. From exploring breathtaking limestone caves and kayaking along the Kinta River to trying out the famous Ipoh white coffee and strolling through the city to find gorgeous street art, this city has much to offer!

6. Kuchang: The state capital of Sarawak and the largest city on the island of Borneo, Kuching is a bustling, diverse city which has old colonial buildings and modern towers and houses. With the Sarawak River on one side, the city has street food vendors and locals selling handicrafts and paintings

7. Batu Caves: Batu Caves is a series of limestone caves and one of the most popular Hindu shrines located outside India. It is situated about 13 kilometers north of Kuala Lumpur in the district of Gombak, making it an unmissable day trip from the city. 

8. Tioman Island: Tioman Island is located in Rompin District of Pahang, Malaysia. The 20km long and 11km wide island has cascading waterfalls, rigoruous jungles, laid-back fishing villages and idyllic beaches. Major area of the island is forest cover and is a habitat to a variety of flora and fauna. Coral Reefs are the prime attraction of Tioman making it a hotspot for water activities like snorkelling, surfing and scuba diving.

Things to Do in Malaysia

1. Visit the Petronas Twin Towers: Once renowned as the tallest buildings in the world and now as the tallest twin structures, the Petronas twin towers are inspired by Islamic architecture and are a must-visit. The visitors can climb up to Level 86 for a close-up view of the tower’s spire or stand on the double-decked Skybridge to enjoy exhilarating views of the city. If you are a fan of classical music, Filharmonik Petronas concert hall, South East Asia’s leading venue, is located between the towers. Petronas Art Gallery, Kuala Lumpur Convention Center and the Petrosains Science Center are some other major attractions.

2. Explore Batu Caves: The Batu Caves are a major tourist attraction, inviting thousands of visitors and devotees as it is considered an important religious landmark. The limestone hill has three major caves, many smaller ones and a 100-year-old temple featuring several Hindu shrines, statues and paintings. Visitors often come to participate in the annual Hindu festival of Thaipusam, usually celebrated at the end of January.

3. Splash About at Sunway Lagoon Theme Park: For an adventure-packed day, visit the Sunway Lagoon Theme Park featuring over 90 attractions in 6 different adventure zones, including Water Park, Amusement Park, Wildlife Park, Extreme Park, Scream Park & Nickelodeon Lost Lagoon– Asia’s 1st Nickelodeon Themed Land. Get your adrenaline pumping on a range of watery rides with dry land activities and end an ultimate day of fun and thrill by taking a relaxing spa and dining in fine restaurants.

4. Go Island Hopping in Langkawi: Enter a tropical paradise on the western coast of Malaysia in Langkawi, the jewel of Kedah and cruise along this archipelago, consisting of 99 beautiful islands. You can take a boat or a jet ski and explore the mesmerizing crystal blue waters, gasp at the exhilarating views from the Beras Basah Island, or swim across the Lake of the Pregnant Maiden surrounded by mangroves and limestone rock in Pulau Dayang Bunting.

5.Trek in Negara National Park: Escape to the idyllic rainforests of Taman Negara, one of the top nature destinations in Malaysia and experience the mesmerizing effect of this 130 million years old heritage. You can unwind and enjoy an array of outdoor activities, including walking on the world’s longest canopy walkway, trekking under the rainforest canopy to the highest mountain in Peninsular Malaysia, caving, fishing, camping, observing wildlife and admire the serene beauty of the forests.

6. Ride the cable car in Langkawi: Fly across the Langkawi lush rainforests on Mt. Mat Cincang in a cable car, renowned as the Langkawi SkyCab. Enjoy a bird’s eye view of the crystal clear waters, the amazing flora and fauna, and 550 million-year-old rock. The cable car is one of the steepest on the planet and the longest free span mono-cable in Malaysia. You can take the cab from the base station at the foothills and cover over 1700 meters to reach the top station with exhilarating views of Langkawi islands from the rock tower peaks.

7. Enjoy a staycation in Genting Highlands: Retreat to Malaysia’s premier hillside station, enjoying an aesthetic backdrop of the mountains and an experience of Las Vegas, Asian style with its casino, nightlife and luxury hotels. The resort town is dotted with a few tourist attractions like indoor and outdoor theme parks, an 18-hole golf course, a casino, Malaysia’s biggest strawberry farm, and cave temples visited in honour of significant figures. The 100 million-year-old rainforest also features adventure activities such as abseiling, indoor rock climbing and flying fox activities.

8. Tioman Island: Tioman Island is located in Rompin District of Pahang, Malaysia. The 20km long and 11km wide island has cascading waterfalls, rigoruous jungles, laid-back fishing villages and idyllic beaches. Major area of the island is forest cover and is a habitat to a variety of flora and fauna. Coral Reefs are the prime attraction of Tioman making it a hotspot for water activities like snorkelling, surfing and scuba diving.

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