Malaysia Package Holidays
Package Holidays to Malaysia
Malaysia is a treasure of Asian history, culture and scenery and offers visitors a cornucopia of tourist treasures. Packages to Malaysia include return airfares from Johannesburg, airport taxes, and return airport transfers. Accommodation on a bed and breakfast basis is also included. Some packages will also include half day and full day tours to neighbouring areas and tourist attractions with the services of an English speaking guide.
These packages do not include visas, travel insurance, gratuities and personal expenses.
Most popular areas in Malaysia
The infamous Petronas Twin Towers, in Kuala Lumpur is one of the highest free-standing buildings in the world, and a trip up to the Sky Bridge offers visitors a chance to see best panoramic views of the city.
A trip to the Borneo rainforest in Malaysia is an experience you will never forget. As one of the most famous Malaysia tourist attractions, it offers a host of things to do such as canopy walks, jungle treks, nature walks, white water rafting, river fishing and more.
If you are a beach and nature lover, Langkawi is not to be missed. It is an archipelago that comprises of 99 islands and is famous for its exotic beaches, dense forests and mountain ranges.
Taman Negara National Park is believed to be the oldest jungle in the world. It is a great place to explore the dense, tropical forest of Malaysia’s jungle and is the largest protected area of evergreen, lowland rainforest in the country. Don’t miss a chance to take a jungle trek or stay a few nights.
Malacca’s Waterfront area and Town Square are replete with remnants of the past with historical buildings such as Stadthuys, St. Paul’s Church, Muzium Rakyat, Sri Poyyatha Vinayagar Moorthi Temple, Jonker Walk, St John’s Fort.
Sabah offers mesmerizing natural wonders and cultural and historical landmarks like State Mosque, Sabah State Museum, Sabah Fountain Building, Atkinson Clock Tower, and Signal Hill Observatory. Sabah is paradise for wildlife lovers with wildlife parks like Kinabalu Park, Tawau Hills Park and Sepilok Orang Utan Sanctuary.
Info about Malaysia
Malaysia is a multi-ethnic, multicultural and multilingual society offering a culturally fascinating destination for visitors. When planning a Malaysia holiday you’ll very likely enter the country through the busy and captivating capital of Kuala Lumpur. With a mix of graceful colonial buildings, stunning mosques and temples, contemporary skyscrapers, well designed green spaces and vibrant intertwining streets and avenues, Malaysia attractions are abundant here.
Official tourism website