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Suggested Journeys

Malaysia


Journey Highlights

  • Sightseeing of Penang
    • Khoo Kongsi
    • China Town
    • Muslim Mosque
    • Reclining Buddha Temple
    • Visit to Hill & Kek Lok Si Temple
    • Kek Lok Si Temple
  • Sightseeing of Kuala Lumpur
    • Masjid Negara Mosque
    • Independence Square
    • Cricket Club
  • Excursion to Malacca
    • Stadthuys in Dutch Town
    • Christ Church
    • Clock Tower
    • Queen Victoria Fountain
    • Cheng Hoon Teng
    • Porta De Santiago
Heritage Trail

Heritage Trail

The capital of the Malaysian island of Penang, George Town, has one of the richest heritages in Southeast Asia, earning it a UNESCO classification. Located 250 miles north of Kuala Lumpur, a stone's throw from the coast and at the entrance to the Strait of Malacca, this former British trading post remains a multicultural, dynamic and pleasant city and an excellent base for exploring Penang Island. Chinese, Indians, Malays, Thais, Burmese, Sumatrans, traders of the Middle East… all give the city its character! From the 19th century, George Town becomes a true kaleidoscope, where the share of Europeans will always remain modest. Cosmopolitan born, George Town remains so today. Along with Singapore and Malacca, Penang is one of the pillars of the Peranakan (mixed race in Malaysian) or baba-nyonya culture, specific to the Chinese of the Straits of Malacca. It is characterized by the adoption of Malaysian customs and traditions. In addition, there are Thai and Burmese influences, and a fascination for the Anglo-Saxons which earned them the nickname "King's Chinese".

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Journey Highlights

  • Kuala Lumpur
  • Malacca
  • Batu Caves
  • Taman Negara National Park
  • Lata Berkoh waterfalls
  • Highland plantation
  • Sam Poh Tong pagoda
  • Taj Mahal Ipoh
  • Ruins of Kellie Castle
  • Ubudiah Mosque
  • Iskandariah Palace
  • Sri Mahamariamman Temple
Essence of Malaysia

Essence of Malaysia

Malaysia is a multifaceted country, politically, religiously, humanly and geographically. She draws a mosaic which, apart from the Aborigines Orang Asli, installed there since the dawn of humanity, reveals the origins of the settlers of old (Portuguese, Dutch, English) and a workforce from all the East. So, if Islam is the state religion, Buddhism, Christianity and Hinduism are widely represented. A plural Malaysia, in the continuity of its own history. All you have to do is explore the ancient market towns of Georgetown and Malacca to see all its diversity. Malaysia does not lack geographic contrasts either: the primary forest (one of the oldest on our planet) still covers part of the country and the beauty of the seabed of the east coast islands has no 'equal but their fragility. Because if Malaysia is full of treasures, its greatest challenge is to manage to reconcile economic growth and protection of its immense natural resources.

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Journey Highlights

  • Selangor River night cruise
  • Boat ride on Lake Temenggor
  • Kuala Lumpur
  • Malacca
  • Batu Caves
  • Bamboo Baket workshop
  • Ubudiah Mosque
  • Royal Belum Park
  • Temple Kek Lok Si
  • Suffolk House
  • Penang Hidden Side with historian guide
The Best of Malaysia

The Best of Malaysia

What a superb mosaic, Malaysia! This Southeast Asian country, torn between the Malaysian peninsula and the island of Borneo, offers a rich palette of landscapes. A huge tropical forest covers a large part of its land. Tea plantations, modern megalopolis and picturesque little towns share the rest. A short distance from the coast, confetti of paradisiacal islands dot the turquoise waters, both west and east of the peninsula. This diversity also reflects on the inhabitants. The Aborigines Orang Asli saw the settlers disembark in waves, Portuguese, Dutch, English, then Chinese immigrants and an oriental workforce. This intermingling of ethnicities has shaped present-day Malaysia. Even though Islam is the state religion and some areas remain very conservative, Buddhists, Christians and Hindus live in large numbers. It is also this mixture of cultures that undoubtedly made gastronomy so interesting. In Malaysia where we eat very well finding on the same plate Chinese, Indonesian, Thai and Indian influences. Finally, the route that we offer is a bit like the country, rich and varied: a touch of culture, a hint of the city, lots of nature and lots of beaches ... Here is the best of Malaysia!

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Journey Highlights

  • Spa
  • Golf
  • Scuba Diving
  • Snorkeling
  • Kayaking
  • Fishing
  • Sand banks hopping
  • Relaxation
  • Hotel amenities
Langkawi Extension

Langkawi Extension

Langkawi is an island that we can call a paradise island on the border of Thailand (only 30 minutes by boat), and on the route of many travelers in Malaysia. The beaches are good, the jungle pleasant (as much as a jungle can be pleasant) and there are some very pretty islands to do a little tourism. It should be noted that Langkawi is dominated by resorts that provide many activities to their guests including water sports and boat tours. Access is easy from many places, whether Thailand or Penang by air with a very well-connected airport or even by boat.

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