Joe

I love Malaysia because of its tremendous history and unique culture. It really is a melting pot that feeds through into its to-die-for food and its variety of architecture and stunning street art. It also has some of the most stunning natural landscapes and beaches that I’ve ever seen, with some of the best snorkelling and diving in the world!

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woman in kuala lumpur china town malaysia

Phoenix

With its melting pot of cultures, there’s an amazing mix of architecture in Malaysia, not to mention being spoilt for choice when it comes to cuisine – all the way from the modern metropolis of Kuala Lumpur to the 130 billion year old rainforest of Belum. With the mainland circled by idyllic islands, it’s the perfect place to finish your trip by sailing into the sunset.

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Miles

I’m a real foodie and Malaysia has to be one of the best countries I’ve ever been to for food. The country has a fascinating blend of cultures, meaning you are blessed with a really unique cuisine that is just so delicious. On top of this, I really enjoyed the national parks and exploring so many wonderful highlights that I never knew about before visiting the country. It’s an underrated destination that is just waiting to be discovered!

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View of Malaysian Islands on the East Coast

Inspiration

Explore Malaysia’s Beaches
Snooze in the shade of a coconut palm, swing in a hammock or snorkel with sea turtles. Malaysia’s castaway beaches and tiny islands are just dreamy.
Beaches in Malaysia

Rambler Tales

Canopy Walks & Turquoise Bays in Malaysia | Jacqueline Smith

13th November 2014 by Rickshaw Ramblers

Jacqueline and her son indulged their wanderlust with a Malaysia trip to remember, starting in Kuala Lumpur and ending in the idyllic Perhentian Islands.

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