Enjoy some of the best tour packages we have to offer that will bring you on a journey to experience Malaysia in all its cultural richness and natural splendour. From the cosmopolitan sights of Kuala Lumpur to the vast richness of the Borneo rainforest and cultural sights of Penang to the myths and legends of mysterious Langkawi, these tours are guaranteed to spellbind and amaze you!
Our tours have been specially divided into different states for you to browse a range of tour categories that encompass culture, nature and modernity. For example, You can take a trip to the beautiful island of Langkawi for mythical exploration, conquer the highest mountain in Southeast Asia with the help of a guide or take a view of Kuala Lumpur City from the sky!
There are plenty of tours in and around Kuala Lumpur that cater to each individual's unique expectations; so if you would like to stay within the confines of KL, then try the KL Walkabout Tour; but if you're the more adventurous sort then don't hesitate to get behind the controls of an aircraft on the Become-A-One-Day-Pilot Tour and savour the vista of Malaysia's beautiful sights from the skies.
These tours are all based in Kuala Lumpur for your convenience; so you can choose to explore the city one day and take a trip to some of its outlying attractions - such as the Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary or the ethnically-rich Batu Caves - the next day.
Featuring an interesting and exciting mix of cultural, historical and natural attractions, Penang well deserves its nickname of ‘Pulau Mutiara’ (Pearl Island). Dubbed ‘The Pearl of the Orient’ by foreign traders back in the olden days, Penang is well-known for its old-world charms as well as a superb selection of local cuisine which Penangites claim can’t be duplicated elsewhere. Despite being a small island, it offers plenty of sightseeing opportunities as well a chance to sample its culture and heritage; regardless of whether you prefer to spend some time with nature or learn about its history, Penang will enchant you in more ways than one.
Boasting an idiosyncratic ethnic and geographical make-up, Sabah is an East Malaysian state that borders Sarawak on Borneo Island’s north-western flank. Known as the ‘Land below the Wind’, Sabah’s landscape is a lush mixture of thick impenetrable jungle, sun-kissed islands, towering mountain ranges and undulating valleys. The region plays host to the highest peak between the Himalayas and New Guinea (Mount Kinabalu), the world’s largest flower (the Rafflesia) and the Kinabalu National Park, a World Heritage Site. Most trips to Sabah start out in the friendly capital of Kota Kinabalu and tour outfits can take you to a variety of places within the state. With sights ranging from Kota Kinabalu city landmarks and outskirt longhouse villages to the Poring Hot Springs, Crocker Mountain Range and Mount Kinabalu, Sabah is sure to impress travellers.