Take a trip to Malaysia
Prepare to be amazed by Malaysia’s natural treasures. Visit the heavenly beaches of Langkawi, put on your hiking boots and discover the lush jungle of Taman Negara, one of the oldest ecosystems in the world. Immerse yourself in Malaysian culture as you explore the charming alleyways of Georgetown, Penang, and discover the magnificent temples and pagodas of Malacca, testimony to the country’s rich and diverse history. Malaysia is also a paradise for adventure lovers. Take a trip to the Cameron Highlands, famous for its tea plantations and rolling landscapes. Explore the Batu Caves, a sacred site adorned with Hindu statues and temples.
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Five ideas for guided tours in Malaysia
Get ready to plunge into a whirlwind of emotions and discoveries in this captivating Southeast Asian metropolis. Start your exploration at the famous Petronas Twin Towers. Climb up to the observation deck and admire the view of the Kuala Lumpur skyline. Immerse yourself in the bustling atmosphere of Bukit Bintang, the lively shopping district where you can indulge in world-class shopping and sample the delights of local cuisine.
Don’t miss the historic Merdeka Square, where Malaysia’s independence was proclaimed. Explore the colonial buildings and soak up the nation’s history. Take a trip back in time with a visit to Chinatown, with its colorful stalls, mystical temples and exotic flavors.
Continue with a visit to the Batu Caves temples, just a few kilometers from the city center. Climb the 272 steps to the temple entrance and admire the magnificent sculptures and sacred caves. Let yourself be inspired by the spirituality that reigns here.
The Perhentian archipelago lies 64 km from Thailand in the South China Sea.
Start with a visit to Pulau Perhentian Besar, the larger of the two islands. Explore pristine beaches such as Long Beach, where you can relax under the tropical sun and swim in turquoise waters. Don’t miss Turtle Beach, an important nesting ground for sea turtles, where you may even be able to witness them laying their eggs.
Continue your exploration to Pulau Perhentian Kecil, a smaller but equally captivating island. Hike through the jungle and discover refreshing waterfalls nestled in the heart of the island. Dive into the incredible underwater world of the Perhentian Islands by snorkeling or scuba diving. Admire colorful coral reefs, shimmering tropical fish and perhaps even majestic sea turtles.
Taman Negara National Park
Taman Negara is much more than just a national park, it’s a veritable sanctuary of nature, arguably the oldest rainforest on the planet. Here you can connect with the environment and experience unforgettable adventures.
It all begins when you cross the famous Canopy Walk Suspension Bridge, a thrilling experience that offers a breathtaking view of the verdant canopy and tumultuous river below. Let yourself be overwhelmed by the majesty of the rainforest, where exotic plants, spectacular waterfalls and teeming animal life surround you.
Don’t miss the unique experience of a night in the jungle. Accompanied by an experienced guide, set off on a night hike to observe nocturnal animals and listen to the mysterious sounds of nature. You might be lucky enough to come across tapirs, wild boars or even Malayan tigers.
Meet the jungle dwellers on a visit to the village of Kampung Orang Asli. Soak up their traditional way of life and learn more about their ancestral knowledge of survival in the wilderness.
The mountains of Cameron Highlands
Imagine strolling through lush green valleys, breathing in the fresh, pure air, while the sweet scent of tea wafts through the air. The tea plantations are the jewel of this region, offering breathtaking panoramas. Lose yourself in the winding paths that wind through the hills, offering panoramic views of the bright green tea bushes. Don’t miss the picturesque waterfalls of the Cameron Highlands. Stop off at Parit Waterfall, where you can cool off in its crystal-clear waters and recharge your batteries amid lush natural surroundings. Continue your exploration to the Lata Iskandar waterfalls, where the water cascades down the rocks in an impressive natural spectacle.
For a unique experience, visit the flower and vegetable gardens. Immerse yourself in an ocean of color at the Kea Farm garden, where you’ll discover varieties of tropical flowers and fresh vegetables. Marvel at the diversity of orchids, roses and dahlias that brighten up the grounds.
Kinabalu National Park
Mount Kinabalu Park, located on the Malaysian side of the island of Borneo, is a must-see destination for hikers and nature lovers. Start your trip by climbing Mount Kinabalu, which rises to 4,095 meters. Climb slowly along well-maintained trails, past lush rainforests, refreshing waterfalls and fascinating rock formations. Each step will bring you a little closer to the summit, where you’ll be rewarded with a breathtaking panoramic view of the surrounding mountains.
After your climb, relax in Poring Hot Springs to soak in the natural thermal waters and recharge your batteries after your journey.