Destination – Malaysia

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Malaysia has developed into a great tourism location with idyllic beaches, world class dive spots, waterfalls, rainforests, exotic wildlife, diverse cultural heritage, and fascinating cuisine. Exploring the metropolitan landscape of Kuala Lumpur offers guests easy access to fine dining and luxury brands before venturing out to the rest of Malaysia. While visiting Malaysia, one can explore UNESCO World Heritage Sites Gunung Mulu National Park, Kinabalu Park, Malacca and George Town, and the archaeological heritage of the Lenggong Valley.

Many of the regions of Malaysia offer a variety of activities which include volcano hiking, jungle trekking, visiting exotic animals in their natural habitat and extreme sports. With world class dive spots, easy access from Thailand for super yachts, pristine beaches, and five star resorts makes Malaysia relaxing and enjoyable, while exploring a new country. There are many islands in Malaysia that aren’t affected by mass tourism, making a luxury retreat quite private and therapeutic. Even several of Langkawi Island’s five star resorts have their own helipads that makes travel possible right to the doorstep of your hotel.


Kuala Lumpur: Tour the Batu Caves, Petronas Towers, or do a culinary exploration and shopping experience.

Langkawi/Kedah: Golfing, pristine beaches, hiking up waterfalls, feeding stingrays, and cable car to Mat Cincang Park

Sawawak: Visit the Matang Wildlife Centre to observe orangutans, Gunung Mulu National Park, cave exploration, river kayaking and white water rafting.

Cameron Highlands: Golfing, spa day, nocturnal jungle trekking, visiting the Mossy Forest of Brinchang, and organic culinary journey with scenic picnic.

Kota Kinabalu: Jungle trekking, white water rafting, deep sea fishing, horseback riding on the beach, and yacht charter to Sipadan Island for diving.

Sabah: Climb Mount Kinabalu, orangutan observation, and yacht charter to world class dive spots.

Malacca: Visit the A’Famosa Fort, Melaka Sultanate Palace, Malacca Straights Mosque, and deep sea fishing.

Pangkor Laut Island: Enjoy the secluded island resort that is surrounded by a majestic two-million-year-old rainforest.

Tioman Island: For a diving enthusiast, Tioman Island has exquisite coral reefs, and a wide range of watersports and activities.