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Malaysia

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Malaysia

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Overview
Hotels
Multi-Centres
Things to do
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Climate
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Overview

Malaysia is a nation defined by its colourful cultures, dense jungle interiors, incredible wildlife and out-of-this-world beaches

A spectacularly varied nation where the modern combines with the traditional, Malaysia’s allure lies in its exciting blend of culture, cuisine and natural beauty. From the urban metropolis of cosmopolitan Kuala Lumpur to rural villages and tea plantations, gorgeous beaches and tropical rainforests teeming with wildlife, you really can experience the best of Asia’s diversity here. Across the South China Sea, Malaysian Borneo will tempt you further with its rich equatorial rainforests, orangutan-filled jungles, quaint tribal villages and warm and welcoming locals.  Whatever entices you to this exotic South-East Asia nation, talk to us and we’ll help you to plan your dream Malaysia holiday.
Hotels

From authentic retreats to secluded private island escapes, discover the best Malaysia hotels with Kuoni

Malaysia’s hotels are as diverse as its landscapes, ranging from small and secluded city hotels to large and lively beachside resorts. We’ve handpicked 14 of our favourite hotels sprawled across the peninsular and Malaysian Borneo to help you decide. If you’re craving privacy, the Andaman sits secluded within an ancient rainforest, while the Pangkor Laut Resort is an exotic beach hideaway on a private tropical island. Choose the Golden Sands Resort for a fun and friendly family vibe, or head to the Tanjong Jara Resort to stay in a traditional Malaysian beach retreat.
Multi-Centres

Discover Malayisa multi-centres

Once just a small Chinese tin mining town, Kuala Lumpur has grown to become a major 21st Century Asian city and a popular destination for stopovers when travelling to and from exotic Malaysian beach destinations. A city dominated by iconic skyscrapers and exquisite shopping malls that sit happily alongside Moorish buildings, colonial architecture and more traditional street markets, Kuala Lumpur is a perfect addition to your Malaysian beach holiday. We have collected a selection of our favourite combinations of Malaysian destinations. So whether your pleasure is City & Beach, Beach & City, Nature & Beach or even Beach & Beach, the combinations are endless and the choice, as always, is yours! Kuala Lumpur International Airport is one of the world’s nicer airports to experience, is under an hour from the city centre and connects well to all major beach destinations, making the city a hassle-free transit point as well as a convenient stopover destination. Choose any of our featured hotels as part of your holiday – many of which also have special offers for Kuoni customers. Call us on 02085708283 or visit us in store to speak to one of our Personal Travel Experts and tailor make your own holiday with Kuoni.
Things to do
Batu Caves & Suburbs, Kuala Lumpur

Shout out to Nature Lover! This park is one of the places to embrace nature and its beauty. Visitors with their family and friends spend hours over and love exploring the park, waterfalls, and thrilling rides. Viharamahadevi Park is the place where you can relax and enjoy the peace.

Georgetown Heritage Tour, Penang

When it comes to art and culture every temple in Colombo is worth a visit! And Gangaramaya Temple is one of them. This Buddhist temple displays the fusion of Chinese, Indian, and Thai style of architecture. Visiting this beautiful temple is one of the best things you can do on this trip.

Kota Kinabalu National Park, Borneo

One of the best things you can do in Pettah is exploring the floating market! Needless to say, a trip is incomplete without shopping. Here you can buy clothes, bags, accessories, footwear, even fruits and vegetables. It is located on a bridge situated above the popular Beira Lake. If you are looking for some fun and enjoyment, you must visit the floating market.

Kuala Lumpur City Tour

Entertaining night including music, dance, casino, food, and nightclubs makes the nightlife in Colombo most enjoyable and amazing. Here you can try your luck at the gambling table which is a legal activity in this magical island nation! Whether you are a visitor or local, this is one the favourite thing for every individual in Colombo.

Langkawi Island Tour

One of the best things you can do in Pettah is exploring the floating market! Needless to say, a trip is incomplete without shopping. Here you can buy clothes, bags, accessories, footwear, even fruits and vegetables. It is located on a bridge situated above the popular Beira Lake. If you are looking for some fun and enjoyment, you must visit the floating market.

Sepilok Orangutan Tour Sandakan

Entertaining night including music, dance, casino, food, and nightclubs makes the nightlife in Colombo most enjoyable and amazing. Here you can try your luck at the gambling table which is a legal activity in this magical island nation! Whether you are a visitor or local, this is one the favourite thing for every individual in Colombo.

Insider Review
Language: Malay. English is widely spoken.
Events & Festivals: • KL Festival 01-31 Jul: Enjoy traditional performances, visual arts and literature events entertain locals and tourists for a month.
• Independence Day 31 Aug: A celebration with fireworks throughout the country to commemorate the granting of Malaysian independence.
• Deepavali 26 Oct: Also known as the Festival of Lights, when the country’s Hindu population lights earthern diyas to symbolise the victory of good over evil.
Good to know: A tourist tax applies to all hotels in Malaysia and is only payable locally.
Religion: Islam
Climate

Climate & Weather

  Day time maximum temperature Night time minimum temperature Average water temperature Average rainfall Average amount of sun hours
January 31°C 22°C - 168mm 6h
February 32°C 22°C - 169mm 7h
March 32°C 23°C - 231mm 7h
April 32°C 23°C - 285mm 7h
May 32°C 23°C - 192mm 7h
June 32°C 23°C - 125mm 6h
July 31°C 23°C - 134mm 6h
August 31°C 23°C - 138mm 6h
September 31°C 23°C - 196mm 5h
October 31°C 23°C - 276mm 5h
November 31°C 23°C - 288mm 5h
December 31°C 22°C - 232mm 4h
Inspiration

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