Malaysia encompasses rugged mountain ranges and tropical rainforests, busy cities and peaceful villages, cool hill stations and over two hundred islands, tumbling rivers and jungles rich with wildlife.

Sightseeing incorporates cities, exotic islands, beaches, rainforests and tropical jungles, mountains and marine life, temples, historical monuments, palaces and hill stations.

Wide range of accommodations from six-star to medium range, luxury beach resorts, city centre hotels, theme park resorts, romantic hideaways, mountain retreats and island getaways are available.

Family activities - Have fun under the sun with its myriad of theme and amusement parks, water theme parks, wildlife reserves and cultural parks situated throughout the country. Surrounded by lush greenery and perfect weather, get wild and crazy at Malaysia’s parks and indulge in a bit of culture. Fun and excitement awaits the adventurous soul.

Shopping - What you can buy – Gold, gemstones, electronic equipment, clothes, gold and silver embroidery, designer goods, handicrafts, wood carvings, pottery, brassware, silverware, pewter and batik.
Where you can buy – Modern shopping complexes and malls. There are roadside stalls, bazaars and night markets in towns throughout the country. Bargaining at night markets is acceptable. It can be quite a humorous exercise as the traders are generally enthusiastic and friendly. The exemption of duty on a range of items has resulted in more competitive pricing and makes shopping in Malaysia an even more attractive option. Malaysian duty-free zones are the islands of Langkawi and Labuan.

Entertainment is diverse – there are discothèques, bars and karaoke houses; nightclubs and supper clubs combining fine food and live entertainment; Malaysian cultural shows.

Sports and leisure includes golf, water sports, diving and snorkelling, deep sea fishing, mountain climbing, wellness centres and spas.

Honeymooners - spend a blissful honeymoon on the tranquil islands of Langkawi and Penang or exotic Kota Kinabalu.