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A Fascinating Blend of Cultures

Malaysia’s diverse blend of Malay, Chinese, and Indian cultures is reflected in every aspect of this captivating country from food, to festivals, to architecture. Visit the iconic twin towers in Kuala Lumpur and be sure to feast on street food delights alongside the locals on Jalan Alor, an entire street filled with hawker stalls which comes alive at night. Malaysians take pride in their food and you will find almost any type of food you can think of on offer.

Highlights of Kuala Lumpur:

  • Visit the Central Market for local crafts, clothing and souvenirs.

  • Treat yourself to a luxurious bottomless brunch, enjoying bubbles, live music and panoramic city views

  • Explore Batu caves- a series of caves leading to the most popular Hindu shrine outside of India.

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At Luxeco Holidays, we have privileged access to an extensive network of suppliers and insider recommendations. Our team of specialists is dedicated to curating unforgettable experiences tailored to your unique preferences and desires—experiences you won’t find in any guidebook.

Let us guide you through the intricacies of holiday planning, ensuring every aspect of your journey is meticulously crafted to exceed your expectations. Say goodbye to uncertainty and hello to seamless, unforgettable adventures with Luxeco Holidays.

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Discover Your Ideal Holiday Style

Escape the hustle and bustle of Kuala Lumpur and immerse yourself in the tranquil beauty of the Cameron Highlands, just a few hours' drive away. Here, cooler temperatures and a slower pace await you. Indulge in a picturesque afternoon tea amidst the lush landscapes of the BOH tea plantation, where you can learn about the art of tea-making. Embark on invigorating hikes through verdant rainforests in search of the elusive Rafflesia, the world's largest flower, and treat yourself to the delectable flavors of hydroponic strawberries, a specialty of the region.

For those craving more adventure and exploration, venture south to Penang, where a feast for the senses awaits. Sample an array of delightful regional dishes, admire the charming colonial architecture, and soak up the sun on the pristine beaches of nearby islands.

Borneo: Where Nature, Culture, and Adventure Converge

If you're drawn to nature, culture, and thrilling experiences, set your sights on Borneo. Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of local culture, scale the majestic peaks of Mount Kinabalu, and embark on treks and cruises through biodiverse rainforests in search of orangutans and other fascinating wildlife. Engage with local initiatives dedicated to wildlife conservation and deepen your understanding of the natural world.

  • Immerse yourself in local culture
  • Scale the majestic Mount Kinabalu
  • Trek and cruise through biodiverse rainforest in search of orangutans and many other wildlife
  • Learn more about wildlife and get involved in local initiatives.

Whatever your holiday style may be, Malaysia offers a diverse array of experiences to satisfy every traveler's wanderlust. Let us help you craft the perfect itinerary tailored to your preferences, ensuring an unforgettable journey filled with adventure, discovery, and cherished memories.

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Getting There

Flight time is about 13 hours from London Heathrow to Kuala Lumpur.

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Bahasa Malaysia is the official language. Mandarin, and Indian dialects are also spoken. English is widely spoken in most areas.


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Best Time to Go

The best time to visit Malaysia depends on what area of the country you plan to see. The capital and west coast are hot all year round, making it an ideal place to visit for a city and/or beach break. Rain should be expected throughout the year, but it is usually short and heavy. The west coast sees more rain than usual during September and October. March-October is a good time to go to Tioman, The Perhentians and Kuala Terengganu.

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