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Experience Malaysia the land which is ‘Truly Asia’ … Be enriched by the diversity and harmony that is reflected in cultures, heritage, attractions and landscapes-an ideal milieu for a tropical break that will linger in your memories for a lifetime.

Discover Malaysia’s Attractions, Adventures, Island Life, City Life and Culture & Heritage through our Malaysia Tour Packages ... these packages are designed exclusively to suit all budgets and tastes. Experience Asia in Malaysia!

KUALA LUMPUR - Kuala Lumpur was a shanty-mining outpost for the tin trade in the 1800's at the confluence of the Gombak and Klang Rivers. Today it’s a complete contrast to the past.Kuala Lumpur is the center of commerce, politics, entertainment and international activities.


Istana Budaya - Also known as the Palace of Culture, the Istana Budaya is an imposing blue and white building featuring traditional Malay and contemporary elements in the capital city of Kuala Lumpur.  

Menara Kuala Lumpur - The Menara Kuala Lumpur is the tallest telecommunications tower in South East Asia and the fourth tallest tower in the world.

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Petaling Street - This is Malaysia’s version of Chinatown. Petaling Street is undoubtedly one of the most popular tourist attractions here. The palce is loaded with leather goods, t-shirts and delicious food.

Petronas Twin Towers - The famous world's tallest freestanding twin towers are situated in the Kuala Lumpur City Center. Both of the 88-story towers soar more than 1,482 feet above the city skyline and are connected by a sky-bridge on the 41st floor. The sky-bridge is open to public.

Petronas Philharmonic Hall - A world class concert hall and home to the 105-member Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra.

Galeri Petronas - An elegant gallery exhibiting traditional, contemporary and modern art with an ‘experimental space’ for young artistic talents.

Petrosains - This high-tech, interactive science center provides each visitor with a hand-held computer that acts as a guide through exhibits.

Kuala Lumpur City Center Park - This 0.07 sq mile park, designed by award-winning landscape artist Roberto Burle Max, features a lake, fountain pool, wading pool, sculptures, murals, a jogging path and a children's playground.

Central Market in Kuala Lampur -   This pre-war building was the principle wet market for Kuala Lumpur in the early years. It was extensively renovated in the 1980's into an arts and cultural center.

Taman Tasik Perdana - Built in the 1880's, Taman Tasik Perdana (Kuala Lampur Lake Gardens) is the city's most popular and accessible park.  

Sultan Abdul Samad Building - Kuala Lumpur's most photographed building, designed by British Architect A.C. Norman, was built between 1894 and 1897.   

Dayabumi Complex - Dayabumi Complex is a skyscraper, 35 storeys high. The significance of the place lies in the fact that it was the very first building in Kuala Lampur to boast of the Malaysian-style architecture.

Parliament House -  The Parliament House placed on an elevated ground commands a panoramic view of the Lake Gardens is the modern Parliament House with its distinctive oval-shaped windows.

Sri Mahamariaman Temple - Built in 1873, these are one of the most ornate and elaborate Hindu temples in the country.

Parks - There are a number of beautiful parks in Kuala Lumpur like, the butterfly park which houses some 6,000 butterflies of over 120 species. It includes more than 15,000 plants from 100 species that have been used to recreate a Malaysian rainforest atmosphere. The Bird Park, the largest bird park in South-East Asia, holds thousands of tropical and exotic birds representing nearly every major species of this part of the world.

Deer Park - Deer Park is located in the undulating slopes and sprawling valley of the Lake Gardens. Close to the bubbling stream at the edge of the valley are several mouse deer. The mouse deer is the world's smallest hoofed animal and a popular figure in local folklore due to its legendary wit.

Taman Negara National Park - Taman Negara is home to over 200 varieties of animals and just as many species of plants, trees and blooms. A paradise, not just for botanists and entomologists, it is a heavenly haven for all who wish to get away from the concrete jungle, and experience the real jungle. 

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Malaysia Beaches - Ranging from the powdery stretches of sand that characterize the eastern coastline of Peninsular Malaysia to the black sand beach of Pantai Pasir Hitam and the smooth pebble beach of Pantai Batu Kerikil, Malaysia's shores are just magical.


It is also home to over a hundred tropical islands. A few islands such as Langkawi, Pulau Tioman mesmerize you with their natural charm.


Malaysia's beaches are noticeably different from those in other parts of the world. Golden sands and emerald waters fill Malaysian beaches with an air of succulent sweetness that is not found in the cool whites and blues of many western strands.

Diving in Malaysia - Located in the heart of the Indopacific Basin in the centre of the area famed for the greatest marine bio-diversity in the world, Malaysia's marine parks offer diving enthusiasts an unparalleled opportunity to enjoy some of the most beautiful marine sights in the world. With sites catering to every level of expertise, Malaysia is a diver's paradise. Accredited dive operators offer packages for every need and budget.

 Whitewater Rafting in Malaysia - The native groups of Sabah have been using rafts for centuries but white water rafting has only been a recreational activity since the 1980s.

River Safaris and Cruises in Malaysia - River safaris and cruises are becoming increasingly popular among visitors to Malaysia. Well organised and with expert guides, they provide an interesting, exciting way to explore the country's interior. River safaris and cruises are available in Melaka, Kuala Berang in Terengganu and Taman Negara and Lake Chini in Pahang and Sarawak, also offer scenic river safaris and cruises.


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Cave Exploring in Malaysia - There is a great network of caves in Malaysia. A few caves date back to the Stone Age and some caves in Sarawak are 60 million years old. The majorities of caves are limestone and are above ground level. These include Gua Kolam in Perlis, Gua Tempurung and Kundu in Perak, Batu Caves in Selangor and Gua ikan in Kuala Krai, Kelantan.

Mountain Climbing and Abseiling in Malaysia - From easy walks in the cool comfort of the Main Range of Peninsular Malaysia to the more challenging mountains of Sabah and Sarawak, there are mountains to tempt every class of climber. Abseiling is also offered in certain locations. Beginners can start with the well marked trials in Gunung Jerai in Kedah, Gunung Korbu'in Perak and Gunung Tangsi in Negeri Sembilan. 

Angling in Malaysia - Malaysia, a prime tropical retreat, is also a relatively undiscovered fishing destination.

Malaysia is endowed with quality freshwater and marine game fishing. The Prime Malaysian freshwater sport include the ferocious Giant Snakehead, the fast running Malaysian Jungle Perch, the GiantFeather back and the elusive but powerful Malaysian Mahseer.The seas host the king of the game fish, the Black Marlin. Yellowfin Tuna, Bigeye Tuna and Dogtooth Tuna found in the Malaysian seas along with Wahoo, Narrowbarred Mackerel, Sailfish, Giant Trevally, Barracuda and Rainbow Runner, to name a few.

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Genting Highlands -   Genting Highlands located on the top of hill at an altitude of 2000mtrs above sea level, is a magnificent city on the hilltop, it is about 50km from Kuala Lumpur.The cool, crisp rejuvenating air and serene scenery away from the city acts as a breather from the scorching heat and dust of the city.



The temperature here ranges from16 and 23 degrees.

Genting Highlands Resort offers the bountiful harvest of nature together with a staggering potpourri of international standard facilities. Besides the cool air and scenic surroundings, this hilltop city also houses the country's one and only casino. However, one should not underestimate its value as this casino has been featured in many films produced by Hong Kong, Taiwan, and even Hollywood. Besides the casino, this hilltop resort has the countries only casino, a theme park of its own and an amusement center.

Batu caves -Batu Caves is a limestone hill, which has a series of caves and cave temples, located in Gombak district, 13 kilometres north of Kuala Lumpur. It takes its name from the Sungai Batu or Batu River, which flows past the hill. Batu Caves is also the name of the nearby village.

The cave is one of the most popular Hindu shrines outside India, dedicated to Lord Murugan.

There are around 272 steps, which will lead you to the religious and magnificent Batu Caves.