The best of Malaysia

From 1200€/person 10 days

Malaysia, between Middle and Far-East

A mix of Malay, Indian and Chinese culture, Malaysia will astonish you with the harmonious elegance people manage to mingle and live together while keeping their own traditions. It results in a cultural display you'll never get to witness anywhere else in the world. A trip to Malaysia is like nothing else. Last but not least, Malaysia's beautiful nature won't leave you indifferent!

An earth and sea country

Aside from the futurist and bustling capital city Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia has a strong quiet countryside atmosphere, with villages nestled in the land between patches of jungle. Its very long coastline, however, offers long, beautiful beaches to relax; the coastal cities have known centuries of trade and multiculturalism that gives them a very special charm.


Start your trip to Malaysia with a day in Kuala Lumpur, discovering the wonders and modernity of this huge city, then head to the Cameron Highlands for its ouf-of-time sceneries of green lushes, tea plantations and jungle forest on the hills. Reach Penang and its unique atmosphere on the coast, before enjoying a day or two at the beach on Langkawi island.


Day 1: Arrival in Kuala Lumpur

Today you’ll fly to Kuala Lumpur. Upon arrival you will meet your driver who will take you to your hotel downtown. Rest of the day at leisure.

Day 2: Kuala Lumpur (B)

Today discover Kuala Lumpur with your guide: discover the imposing Royal Palace and National Monument, and architectural and cultural mixity of the city with the Masjid Negara mosque, the Independance Square, the Petronas Twin Towers, changing worlds in Chinatown and the Golden Triangle and then at the Hindu Batu Caves and its sacred temple. Finish your day learning about the country’s important tin industry and the quality of this craftswork.

Day 3: Kuala Lumpur – Cameron Highlands (B)

Today you will drive to the Cameron Highlands, 1600m high in altitude and known for their tea production. On the way you’ll stop at the spectacular Lata Iskandar waterfalls. Upon arrival, you’ll visit a butterfly garden with its special exotic species, and a local market.

Day 4: Cameron Highlands (B)

After breakfast you will drive to Gunung Brichang, the highest local mountain (2032m), for a panoramic view on the region. Enjoy a walk on the ridges of the “Mossy Mountain” nearby. Then you’ll explore a tea plantation founded by a Scottish man in 1929. Enjoy a sip of tea facing the beautiful view…

Day 5: Cameron Highlands – Penang (B)

Today you will drive to Penang. On the way, visit Ipoh, a small town with a strong colonial charm and the Sam Poh Tong Temple-Caves. Discover as well the royal town of Kuala Kangsar, land of the Perak sultans. Then you’ll reach Penang island, crossing the 5th longest bridge in the world. Transfer to your hotel.

Day 6: Penang (B)

Today you’ll explore Penang with your guide, at the crossroad of Malay, Indian, Chinese and European cultures. Discover Chinese diaspora Khoo clan’s Kongsi; walk along the old “clan jetties”, land of traders, dockers and fishermen; visit a traditional “Peranakan” accultured Chinese house; then turn to a mosque built by Muslim Indian merchants, a Thai pagoda and a Burmese pagoda; to finish with Kek Lok Si, the biggest Buddhist temple in Malaysia.

Day 7: Penang – Langkawi Island (B)

Today you will take a ferry to Langkawi Island, a 3hrs journey to reach this beautiful little paradise. Upon arrival, transfer to your hotel. Rest of the day at leisure.

Days 8-9: Langkawi Island (B)

Free days at leisure to enjoy the beach and your hotel.

Day 10: Langkawi Island Departure (B)

Today is the end of your trip to Malaysia, your driver will take you to the airport, where you will board a flight to your next destination.


  • Hotel with breakfast
  • Private driver for airport or ferry transfers and days of visits
  • One-way ferry tickets from Penang to Langkawi
  • English speaking guide for days of visits
  • Entrance fees
  • Visa
  • International & domestic flights
  • Meals
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips to guide and driver
  • National "Tourist Tax", "Penang Local Council Tax", "Marine Tax" to be paid directly at the hotels
  • Insurances
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