Malaysian Marvels Tour

6 Days

5 Nights / 6 Days

Malaysia tour


“Discover Malaysia’s wonders on our Malaysian Marvels Tour! From the bustling streets of Kuala Lumpur to the tranquil beaches of Langkawi, experience the best of this diverse country. Trek through rainforests, marvel at iconic landmarks, and savor delicious cuisine. Join us for an unforgettable journey through the beauty and culture of Malaysia!”


Welcome to Malaysia! You will be welcomed on arrival at Kuala Lumpur International Airport and transferred to your hotel. Enjoy the rest of the day getting your bearings and exploring the neighborhood.

Themes: Adventure

After breakfast at the hotel, you begin your tour of the Malaysian capital. Your tour of Kuala Lumpur will take you to all of the city’s attractions including the gold domed King’s Palace, National Monument and National Museum built to commemorate the Malaysian Struggle for Independence.
You can also load up on souvenirs at China Town before heading to the serene National Mosque, the Independence Square or Anglican Church and the iconic KL Tower that adorns every Malaysian postcard. Your city tour ends in the afternoon and you have the rest of the evening free to indulge in some retail therapy.

Themes: Adventure

Day 3 :

Enjoy a sumptuous breakfast at the hotel and leave the Genting Highlands hill top resort. Admire the stunning views as you ascend to the resort by cable car. One of Malaysia’s biggest tourist draws, Genting has something for everyone. Visit Snow World, a winter wonderland in hot and humid climes and the indoor and outdoor amusements parks, perfect for adrenaline junkies of every age. You could even try your luck at Casino de Genting, the biggest of its kind in the country. En route visit Batu Caves, home to one of the largest Hindu temples outside of India dedicated to Lord Murugan.

Themes: Adventure, Beaches and Islands

Day 4 :

Leave the bustling cityscapes of KL for the tranquil paradise of Langkawi. You will be welcomed on arrival at the airport and transferred to your beach resort. Enjoy the rest of the day at leisure, sipping on cocktails and exploring the island.

Themes: Adventure

Day 5 :

After breakfast at the hotel, you begin your tour of Langkawi discovering its rich culture, history and landmarks. You could visit its white sandy beaches, an oriental village, and a crocodile farm and even try your hand at water sports.Your city tour ends in the afternoon and you have the rest of the evening free to indulge in some retail therapy or a range of exciting optional tours.

Themes: Adventure

Enjoy your last morning in Malaysia before checking out of your hotel and being transferred to the airport, where you will depart for your destination with bags full of souvenirs and happy memories.

Themes: Adventure

What's the best time to visit Malaysia?

The best time to visit Malaysia is generally between March and October, when the weather is drier and more pleasant. However, it’s essential to note that weather patterns can vary across the country due to its diverse geography.

Do I need a visa to visit Malaysia?

The visa requirements for Malaysia depend on your nationality. Many countries enjoy visa-free entry for short stays, while others may require a visa. It’s advisable to check with the Malaysian embassy or consulate in your country before traveling

What should I pack for my trip to Malaysia?

It’s recommended to pack lightweight and breathable clothing, as Malaysia has a tropical climate with high humidity. Sunscreen, insect repellent, comfortable walking shoes, and rain gear are also advisable, especially if you plan to explore nature reserves or trekking trails.

Are there any health precautions I need to take before visiting Malaysia?

It’s essential to consult with a healthcare professional regarding any necessary vaccinations or health precautions before traveling to Malaysia. Depending on your itinerary, you may need vaccinations for diseases such as hepatitis A and B, typhoid, and malaria.

What currency is used in Malaysia, and how can I access money during my trip?

The currency used in Malaysia is the Malaysian Ringgit (MYR). You can exchange money at banks, currency exchange booths, or ATMs, which are widely available in cities and tourist areas. Credit cards are also accepted at most hotels, restaurants, and major retailers.

Is it safe to drink tap water in Malaysia?

It’s generally safer to drink bottled water in Malaysia to avoid the risk of waterborne illnesses. Bottled water is readily available for purchase at convenience stores, supermarkets, and hotels. Additionally, it’s advisable to avoid consuming ice cubes or uncooked foods from street vendors if you’re concerned about food hygiene.

Are there any language barriers for English speakers in Malaysia?

    • English is widely spoken and understood in Malaysia, particularly in urban areas, tourist destinations, and among younger generations. However, you may encounter some language barriers in more remote or rural areas where local dialects or languages such as Malay, Mandarin, or Tamil are predominant. Learning a few basic phrases in Malay can be helpful for communication.

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