Visit a country unlike any other
Malaysia is a southeastern Asian country which occupies the Malaysian peninsula and a part of the island of Borneo. It is amongst the most sought destinations by travelers and rapidly developing industrial and economical hubs. The manmade marvels of Malaysia which include tall towering buildings, fascinating malls and majestic skyscrapers will leave you awestruck. The 451m tall Petronas Twin Towers are amongst the standing examples of magnificent manmade beauty. The citizens of Malaysia are very welcoming and the hospitality they offer will impress you every single day of the year. The exotic hotels, flamboyant culture and warm hospitality are the key points to the international recognition of this nation.
Just like the manmade marvels, there is no shortage of natural marvels in Malaysia. The tropical green forests and the waterfalls are a delightful treat for the nature lovers. Tourists who love to spend their time at the beach can also have their fill of fun with water sports available at the beach destinations. The water sports that you can enjoy are Jet skiing, parasailing, canoeing, scuba diving etc. The beaches are also popular for bird watching and banana boat rides. If trekking is your forte or if you want to experience it then you should head to Redang Island for jungle trekking.
Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of the country is a vibrant place to be as the city is a home to diverse culture and traditions of the Chinese, Malays, South Indians, Thais and Indonesians. You can witness the food, art and music of one culture influencing the other culture in a festive and jovial manner. The tour of the city will expose you to several attractions such as China Town, Batu Cave, Little India, Petronas Twin Tower, Central Market etc.
Ranking 9th in the world and 1st in Southeast Asia for its tourism, Malaysia is and must be one of those places in your bucket list to strike out first. Be it a family visit, a honeymoon, a business trip, a journey of self-discovery, or an adventure of a life time Malaysia offers you everything. The Taman Negara national park, which has self-proclaimed itself as the World’s Oldest rainforest, one of the most sought-after destinations The Melaka historic city, The Georgetown historic city which is regarded as an UNESCO world cultural heritage site, The Menara tower in Kuala Lumpur being one of the most popular landmarks and a beautiful modern sight besides The Petronas Twin towers, also with one of the largest flora and fauna The Kinabalu National park is one of the most brilliant places for trekking and to get your adrenaline rush high for you intrepid climbers out there. The Sunway Lagoon Park is a perfect spot for those travelling with kids. The Cameroon Highlands in Pahang, Thean Hou temple in Kuala lampur and Legoland are few of the best place of Malaysia Holiday Packages offers to you.
Malaysia Tour in Best Price
Yes, Malaysia is a place with a rich heritage and it also portrays a range of options for those travelling in a budget. Keeping your concerns in mind, the travel packages offer you a three night and four day’s stay at a luxurious resort or an affordable home stay, cheap commute charges, flight tickets at low prices, suggestions to some of the best tour guides and advice from experts on the do’s and don’ts when you visit Malaysia. For those of you travelling with kids, the price offered to you are the best you can come across when it comes to family vacation package. Kids can often be demanding, especially when you travel to exotic places like Malaysia. Let the financial burden of travelling, accommodation and food not come in the way of your children’s happiness. If you are on a honeymoon trip, then a lot of savings is required for the rest of your life. Why spend it mindlessly on costly packages, when you have an option to spend less and gain more.
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