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Malaysia Tours and Trips 2017/2018

64 trips through Malaysia with 57 reviews

The South China Sea divides Malaysia – where the high tech city of Kuala Lumpur (K.L.) contrasts sharply with exotic jungles, sandy beaches and immense river systems. Tour operators offer a myriad of experiences including river travel in traditional boats and exploration of national parks.

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  • Experience a steamboat dinner! Choose your ingredients and plop them into the soup simmering in the middle of your table.
  • Trek to the summit of Mount Kinabalu in time to see the sunrise.
  • Cross the world’s longest canopy walkways in one of the oldest tropical rainforests.
  • Surrounded by numerous white coral reefs, the island of Tioman is a scuba diver's dream.
  • Walk across the world’s highest 2-storey bridge which sits between the world’s tallest twin buildings.
  • Learn how the rescued baby orangutans in Sabah are being rehabilitated.
  • Make your way to the largest cave chamber in the world. The Sarawak chamber could accommodate about 40 Boeing 747s without overlapping their wings.
  • Sail to the Perhentian Islands for rest and relaxation alongside palm-fringed white sandy beaches and turquoise blue sea.


  • The currency in Malaysia is called the Ringgit. Credit cards are widely accepted and ATM’s are readily available.
  • The official language of Malaysia is Malay (Bahasa Melayu). English is spoken widely.
  • Tipping is not expected in Malaysia but will not be refused. Around 10% is the norm for good service.
  • Try the national dish of Nasi lemak! The water in Malaysia is safe but delivery pipes aren’t. Stick to bottled water.
  • Light clothing will keep you comfortable in the heat. Dress modestly, and cover your shoulders and knees when visiting religious sites.
  • Don’t leave Malaysia without some batik, Royal Selangor pewter and Malaysian Tea.
  • There are 9 reigning royal families in Malaysia!
  • The world’s largest roundabout is in Malaysia. It’s 3.5km in diameter. Don’t miss your exit!

Malaysia Tours and Trips 2017/2018 Reviews

  • "The Malaysia tour was fantastic. Some of the tour highlights were; visiting Turtle Island and seeing Sepilok which was breathtaking. The acccommodation was pretty basic but was mostly clean and I wouldn't stay in a more luxurious accommodation as I feel this would detract from the overall experience. Our tour guides were amazing, knowledgable and passionate. The group was also fantastic as we helped each other in Mt Kinabalu. I would highly recommend this trip to anyone who wants to explore Malaysia."
    Sabah Adventure