We try to ensure that our bite-sized trips include rewarding experiences that make good things happen for you and the places you visit. Our customers love experiencing the highlights and hidden gems of Malaysia, while knowing that they’re making a positive impact on local communities and conservation too.
Where you lay your head at night is just as what you see during the day. We always opt for small-scale accommodation, locally-owned accommodation wherever possible. That way, you’ll get to stay in some really memorable places, bursting with local flavour – from jungle lodges to boutique guesthouses.
Our local project in Malaysia
Because we think it’s important that tourism gives back to communities, wildlife, and the environment, we support local projects across each of our destinations. In Malaysia, we’re proud to support a local soup kitchen that provides meals to those less fortunate, as well as offering medical care and shelter.
Our Malaysia travel specialists
Our travel specialists love Malaysia; the cityscapes, tea-lined valleys, white sandy beaches, and melting pot of culinary influences. They’ve travelled all over Malaysia and have experienced many of our trips first-hand, so they’re able to draw upon their own knowledge when tailor-making your perfect trip.
Our local partner in Malaysia
We work with a local partner in Malaysia who shares our passion for responsible travel. We also use local guides and drivers throughout our excursions. Not only does this make for a more rewarding experience for you, but it also puts money back into the pockets of the local people. You’ll also have the advantage of your guide’s local knowledge – so you can get insider tips on the best place to see the sunset, grab a beer or find a tasty satay skewer!
Meet our guides and drivers
We are love working alongside local guides and drivers because they’re experts in their areas and are always proud to guide our customers around their home country, offering hints and tips along the way to ensure that you get that little bit closer to the real Malaysia.