Natural beauty, amazing secluded beaches, crystal clear waters and awe inspiring western style architecture this summary quickly gives the first time visitor an idea of what to expect on arrival to this wealthy part of south-east Asia. Malaysia is divided into two contrasting halves, the West, which is the economic center of the country, and the East, which offers an abundance of wildlife, stunning rivers, mountains and caves. For those amongst us who like to hunt for a bargain then look no further than Kuala Lumpur the modern capital of Malaysia and home to some fantastic shopping facilities, alternatively there are always the local markets where you can barter for local handicrafts, which ever option you choose you won’t be disappointed the rate of exchange is very competitive making all purchases excellent value for money. Renown for the stunning array of underwater wildlife this makes it the perfect place for snorkeling and scuba diving, there are many dive schools here offering top class facilities and tuition at very reasonable prices so for the more adventures this is the perfect opportunity to take to the plunge and explore the magnificent underwater world on offer. After working up that appetite then choosing the best place to eat may be on the agenda, there are many different styles of food are available ranging from local oriental to western style, you can choose from the road side stalls to sophisticated restaurants which ever choice you make the food is guaranteed to be delicious.
Best Time Of Year To Visit
Southwest – October to April
Northeast – April to October.
6 months validity required on British Passport from the return date of travel, no visa required but enough pages must be available on the passport to receive the embarkation stamp.