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Malaysia is a country of vast contrasts and incredible diversity, a bustling melting pot of races and religions that is home to cosmopolitan cities with towering skyscrapers, postcard perfect tropical island beaches, ancient jungle ecosystems and Southeast Asia’s highest peak.
Malaysians are known for their pleasant demeanour and their laid back way of life. The country is made up of numerous ethnic, religious and cultural groups. Muslim Malays, Hindu and Muslim Indians as well as religiously diverse Chinese all co-exist with the indigenous tribes creating an incredibly unique and diverse cultural mix. This is reflected in the countries incredible variety of food, among the most delicious in the region.
Whether you are looking for relaxation on some of the beautiful island beaches, to challenge yourself by conquering Mt Kinabalu or having a close encounter with our closest relative, the Orang Utan, Malaysia offers everything you could want for an unforgettable holiday experience.
All GetAboutAsia itineraries are customisable to suit your interests, budget and timeframe. To get you started we've listed some of our favourites below. Our Asia Travel Experts are waiting to answer your questions.
Explore some of Borneo’s natural wonders as you visit stunning islands and venture deep into the pristine jungle. Enjoy the sights of Borneo’s most dynamic city of Kuching and get up close to some of the island’s unique wildlife.View Trip
Malaysia is a melting pot of nationalities, cultures and of landscapes, all of which can be seen on this all-encompassing tour. From the glistening towers of Kuala Lumpur, to the wilderness of Lake Kenyir, take in Malaysia’s wildlife, scenery and people.View Trip
Travel to Borneo on a Family Adventure tour and discover the highlights of this incredible region; the natural wonders of tropical Sabah are many. Learn how orphaned orangutans are rehabilitated back into the wild, swim among colourful fish and spot wildlife in Borneo's steamy jungles.View Trip
Marvel at Singapore’s futuristic buildings and skyscrapers in a city that sparkles. Influences from across Asia create a culinary delight.View Trip
Explore this sprawling metropolis and melting pot of multiple races and religions. You will gain an insight into Malaysian architecture, history, culture, heritage, crafts and lifestyle.View Trip
Conquer the highest mountain in Southeast Asia as you summit Lows Peak on the mighty Mt Kinabalu in Sabah. Enjoy the magnificent sunrise and views that on a clear day, stretch all the way out to the neighbouring Philippines.View Trip
This 7-day trip will take you to the highlights of the East Coast of Sabah where you will experience the real taste of Borneo in its wild and most precious parts.View Trip
"We enjoyed Penang, Cameron Highlands ( especially hotel) and the Aloft hotel in Langkawi. Thanks for your help with our second trip with you." — Nicholas, Melbourne, July 2019
"We had a fabulous time in Borneo… love the surprise birthday cake … THANK YOU" — Mr and Mrs Crisp, Sunshine Coast, September 2018
"The St Regis Langkawi is an amazing place. It is a beautiful resort with lovely staff, fabulous. We love it! We were able to extend our stay and flights so are still here and loving it - we may even stay longer again! " — Steven and Anna, Melbourne, September 2017
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"The itinerary with our customized changes worked well, the hotels and also the guides were fine especially Cheng from Malaysia. He went over and above to make our week with him excellent and took us to some great places to eat so that we experienced different types of food at very low cost. Highlights for us were the elephant sanctuary, Mt Kinabalu, an excursion to Sandakan and the longhouse visit. The day at Mt Kinabalu and Poring hot springs was enhanced by a visit to Kundasang War Memorial near Ranau where the Sandakan death march ended. For any Australian, this basic, small war memorial operated by volunteers is an incredibly moving place. This was not on our itinerary and was an extra provided by our guide Cheng. The war memorial was wonderful and of course the Orang-Utans and the sun bears were delightful and conveniently located next to each other. Also, the English Tea House was a treat! Generally Malaysia provides a very good example of all that South Asia can offer. It has big modern cities, shanty towns, rich and poor, beaches and resorts, jungles and forests, amazing animals, incredibly diverse cultures, beautiful temples and mosques, very interesting history, war history particularly involving Australia and Britain and so on. It struck us that if a traveler could only see one Asian country then perhaps Malaysia would be it!" — Mr. and Mrs. Barker, Sydney, NSW, August 2017