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LangLangkawi Island
Legends & Natural Wonders

Langkawi is part of an archipelago of 99 islands on the Andaman Sea north west of Peninsular Malaysia. Gentle undulating terrain and hilly tropical forests cascade down to white sandy beaches into crystal blue waters. Interesting geological formations on the island are associated with great Legendary Myths and local folklore. Accorded World Geopark status (UNESCO) and duty-free zone.

Highlights
Beach activities, Sailing & fishing, Nature adventure, Honeymoon & weddings, Golf, Spa & wellness, Shopping

PenaPenang
Pearl of The Orient

Variety is the spice of life on the island of Penang. People, food, culture, places of worship and you have Malaysia multi-culturalism at its best. Besides, Georgetown, Penang is a World Heritage Site (UNESCO).

Set against mild weather and natural beauty settings, hills that dip into the sea, roads that hug the slopes meandering down into the main city area just adds to the romance of Penang.

Highlights
Culture, Food, Heritage, Shopping, Honeymoon, Golf

CameCameron Highlands
Cool Highland Retreat

Escape the heat to a colonial hill station in the tropics. Temperatures are between a high of 21 degree and low of 10 degree Celsius with intermittent cold rainy days. Rolling green hills, famous tea plantations amid dense tropical forests. Pockets of vegetables and flower farms.

Highlights
Nature adventure, Farm visits, Honeymoon

TamaTaman Negara
World's Oldest Rainforest

Malaysia premier National Park is located in an area of 1677 sq km in Pahang, only 3.5 hours drive from Kuala Lumpur. In the heart of the park is Gunung Tahan (Tahan Mountain), the highest peak in Peninsular Malaysia.

Earned the status of the Oldest Rainforest as it is untouched by ice glacier since formation more than 130 million years ago. Reachable by overland travel and boat ride. Long canopy walks, caves exploration, waterfalls, camping, animal watching, and fishing are some activities to partake in.

Highlights
Nature adventure, Rainforest

KualKuala Lumpur (KL)
The Garden City of Lights

Situated midway along the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia, KL is an inland conurbanation that originated at the confluence of the Klang and Gombak rivers. Largest city in Malaysia that sprawls into suburbs and satellite towns of the state of Selangor. Pockets of beautiful landscaping, green lungs and lakes.

Total population of 1.6 million, a multiracial society and center of commerce and finance. The world's tallest twin tower, Petronas Twin Tower is located at the heart of Kuala Lumpur City Center, while the Federal administrative capital, Putrajaya, is an hour's drive away.

Highlights
City experience, Shopping, Nightlife

MalaMalacca
Historical World Heritage

The Straits of Malacca seperating Peninsular Malaysia from Sumatra is named after this World Heritage City (UNESCO). Over 600 years, one of the oldest known in the Malay Archipelago. Located 3 hours drive south of Kuala Lumpur it is today a gentle, quaint town. The colourful streets of historical Malacca are characterized by heritage buildings of Portugese, Dutch and British influence. The town meshes into quiet suburbs.

Highlights
History & heritage, Shopping, Food

KuchKuching
Gateway to Ethnic Borneo

A 2 hours flight from Kuala Lumpur gets you to the city of Kuching, Sarawak on the island of Borneo. Kuching is gateway to Sarawak Cultural Village, various renowned National Parkss and Wildlife Centers. The Museum in Kuching is a treasure trove of Borneo history.

Sarawak is home to 28 ethnic groups; each with its own distinct language, culture and lifestyle. Famously referred to as a living museum, the Sarawak Cultural Village typifies the heritage of the major ethnic groups in Sarawak and duly showcase and celebrates the respective lifestyle.

Highlights
Culture, Nature adventure, Shopping

KinaMount Kinabalu
Highest peak in Malay Archipelago

4095 meters above sea level and the 5th tallest mountain in South East Asia.

Botanical and biological species biodiversity, with high levels of endemism species can be found only within Kinabalu Park. More than 800 orchird species can be found in Kinabalu Park.

The main peak of the mountain (Low's Peak) can be climbed easily by a person with a good physical condition, and requires no mountaineering equipments.

Highlights
Nature adventure, Flora & fauna

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