Your day-by-day itinerary

View looking up at the Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia

Days 1-3

Twin Towers & Chopsticks

Kuala Lumpur is a city of exciting extremes, where space-age skyscrapers nudge up against cluttered Chinese markets and timeless Indian. You’ll explore Kuala Lumpur independently, watching East bump into West with your own eyes. You can stare up at the famous Petronas Towers, throw yourself into lively food-court culture and get a bird’s eye view from the top of the KL Tower.

Woman on canopy bridge, Malaysia

Days 3-5

Canopy Walk and Jungle Boat

Trek through the treetops, take a boat trip past jungle-flanked riverbanks and try a wildlife-spotting night safari during this relaxed adventure through Malaysia’s most famous national park. You’ll explore the world’s oldest tropical rainforest, and make sure you keep your eyes peeled for all the wildlife. By night, you’ll stay in a wooden bungalow in the jungle.

Customer smiling drinking tea green fields

Days 5-7

Time for Tea

Amble through the rolling tea plantations of Malaysia’s Cameron Highlands, breathing in the cool air and stopping off for steaming mugs of freshly brewed tea. You’ll learn about the local art of tea production at Malaysia’s premier tea estate. En route, you’ll stop at butterfly gardens and strawberry farms, giving you a taste of highland life in Malaysia.

Bites and Bikes of Penang

Days 7-10

Bites and Bikes of Penang

Penang is a patchwork of Chinese, Indian and Malay cultures, there’s something fascinating happening on every street corner. The food here is famous throughout the world, a mouth-watering hotchpotch of Asian flavours that will get your taste buds dancing. During this trip you’ll take a bike ride around the UNESCO World Heritage site of Georgetown, the cultural heart of Penang and sample some tasty traditional cuisine.

Lazing Around on Langkawi

Days 10-14

Lazing Around on Langkawi

A cocktail of coconut palms, calm turquoise waters and soft white sand, Langkawi is a classic tropical paradise. It’s somewhere to stretch out in the sunshine, snorkel through coral reefs and sip coconut juice. While the secret about Langkawi is definitely out, the island has managed to keep plenty of colourful local character. Take the cable car up to the top of Gunung Machincang, search for hidden waterfalls or explore the traditional kampungs.


Speak to our Malaysia specialist, Miles

“Malaysia is packed with variety; from its cosmopolitan cities to its wild jungles. Here, I’ve snorkelled in beautiful waters and eaten my weight in creamy laksa noodles! My customers also love the ease of travelling around, hassle-free. ”

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