Malaysia is another hot tourist spot in South East Asia to draw the best insights that a vacation has to offer. With Kuala Lumpur as the capital, Malaysia constitutes the soothing beaches of Langkawi, and green jungles of Borneo making it versatile in diversity and rich in demography. With a Malaysia tour package, you can enjoy a trip with your dear ones in a lively city where adventures sets in and its historical culture comes as an enticing characteristic. A Malaysia Tour sets in as an advantage to not enlighten your mood amidst a multi-racial culture, but also explore a large number of remarkable places that it has within it!
|Best Malaysia Tour Itinerary
|No. of Days
|Best of Malaysia Package
|04 Days / 03 Nights
|Malaysia Tour Package for 5 Days
|05 Days / 04 Nights
|Rs. 29, 799
|Langkawi and Kuala Lumpur Tour Package
|06 Days / 05 Nights
|Rs. 31, 600
|Malaysia Honeymoon Packages
|07 Days / 06 Nights
|Rs. 37, 450
|Kuala Lumpur and Ipoh Tour Package
|08 Days / 07 Nights
|Rs. 41, 250
Capital City: Kuala Lumpur
Area: 328, 657 sq km
Population: 31 million
States of Malaysia: 11 states of West/ Peninsular Malaysia comprise Johor, Kedah, Kelantan, Melaka, Negeri Sembilan, Pahang, Perak, Perlis, Penang, Selangor and Terengganu. Two states of East Malaysia include Sabah and Sarawak.
Location: South-East Asia
Major Races: Malay, Chinese, and Indian
Neighbour Countries: Singapore, Thailand, Brunei, and Indonesia
Climate: Tropical climate; hot and humid
Temperature: Temperature in lowlands varies from 25 degrees to 33 degrees; in highlands it varies from 21 degrees to 28 degrees
Languages Spoken: Bahasa Melayu or Malay is the official language, other dialects include Cantonese, Hokkien, Hakka, Teo Chew, Foo Chow, Hock Chew, and Hainanese.
Religions Followed: Islam is the official religion, other faiths that are followed are Buddhism, Hinduism, Christianity, Sikhism, and Taoism.
Currency: Ringgit and sen
Before visiting a place that is completely new and unique to your understanding and knowledge, we try to add some facts to your memory which may make you familiar to the place, even before you visit the same.
With its roots dipped in multi-cultures, Malaysia is divided into West/ Peninsular and East which gets its geographical importance. East Malaysia is the land of wilds comprising both flora and fauna, whereas Peninsular Malaysia being the opposite comprises of an ultimate metropolitan culture engaging the masses in everyday bustles. Have a look at how the Malaysia tour packages comprise most effectively:
How to reach Malaysia: No matter from which part of the world you belong, you can easily visit Malaysia through Kuala Lumpur which is conveniently connected to the airways, waterways and land to all parts of the world.
The Best Time to Visit Malaysia: Malaysia does not have fluctuating weather condition disrupting plans, though one can visit the place suitably in the months from February to early October. As February is a month full of festivals and celebrations hence, it is a strong point that emphasizes a reason for visit.
Places to visit in Malaysia: With an exotic tour to Malaysia one can get a chance to explore many places namely, Kuala Lumpur, Langkawi, Genting, Penang, Kota Kinabalu, Malacca, Johor Bahru, Ipoh, Taman Negara, and Putrajaya.
Top Malaysia Attractions: Petronas Twin Towers, Batu Caves, Kuala Lumpur Tower, Langkawi, Cable Car, LEGOLAND Malaysia, Langkawi Sky Bridge, Sunway Lagoon, Bako National Park, Kuala Lumpur Bird Park, KLCC Park, Aquaria KLCC, and Kuala Lumpur.
Things to do in Malaysia: Kuala Lumpur Hawker Centre and Street Food Tour by Night, 4-Hour Georgetown Food Tour, Dining Experience at Atmosphere 360 restaurant in Menara Kuala Lumpur, KL by Night, Papar White Water Rafting and Klias Wildlife Safari River Cruise, Petaling Street Market, Tandem Skydiving, Paragliding, Kuala Kubu Baru, White Water Rafting, Selangor, Microlight Flying, Kuala Lumpur, Hot Air Ballooning, Putra Jaya, and Helicopter Sightseeing of Kuala Lumpur.
Sea Walking: If you are not an expert diver or swimmer, you can carry out sea walking TARP (Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park) in Sabah.
White- Water rafting: Malaysia has an excellent spot for white-river rafting in the Kampak River in Perak and also in Sungkai River.
Scuba Diving: Being one of the most popular activities of Malaysia, scuba diving is carried out in Perhentian Island, Sipadan Island, Mataking Island, and Mabul Island.
Kayaking: Langkawi Island is the most popular spot for kayaking which will definitely keep you busy in admiring the wildlife scenery.
If you are already in Malaysia and want to enjoy a vacation with your family or friends, there are many enticing festivals and celebration ventures that engage plentiful crowds every year. Get a glimpse about some of them here below:
Thaipusam: When we talk about festivals, Thaipusam leads the race! It is a Tamil festival that has been followed by traditions, in the honor of Lord Muruga over the evil spirit Soorapadam. It holds a tenure of three days where procession takes place from Kuala Lumpur, generally celebrated around in the month of January or February.
Tadau Ka’amatan Harvest Festival: This is known as the harvest festival of Malaysia celebrated by Sabah’s largest ethnic group to thank the holy spirits, in sometime around the month of May. Ethnic dance performances, sports like arm-wrestling, the local rice wines namely, tapai and lihing add more colors to the festival.
Wesak Day: Wesak day is a festival of Malaysia is a spiritual practice and belief, in honor of the three major veterans of Buddha’s life. Cleansing of the Buddhists all across the world and meditation at the temples are some of the essential things that take place in the festival on a Full Moon day.
The Chinese New Year: Being one of the most important festivals in Malaysia, grand celebrations happen during the Chinese New Year. It happens in a tenure of 15 days happening in the month of February that starts with the paying visit to the God and continues with the handing out of “ang pow” and mandarin oranges, and attending the dragon dance performances.
Hari Raya Aidil Fitri: Celebrated by Muslims, Hari Raya Aidil Fitri is celebrated in Malaysia in the month of June, adding to the end of Ramadan. Feasting, house-visits, and special prayers are some of the key prospects that are heart fully followed by the masses every year successfully.
Other core festivals include the dragon boat festival, the Gawai festival, Rainforest World Music Festival, Mooncake Festival, and hungry ghost festival, and last but not the least, the National day of Malaysia.
You need not need to compromise on your choice when you are in Malaysia. There is an innumerable list of dishes that you can relish without disappointment in regards to the cuisine you love!
The cuisine hold specialties namely, Indian, Chinese, Malay and Dayak dishes along with other Western-style food flavors.