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Tours to Malaysia

Experience the diverse landscapes of Malaysia. Of course there's Kuala Lumpa and the impressive Petronas Towers. But there's also wildlife galore in the rainforests, including everyone's favourite, the orangutan. Find out for yourself on one of our Malaysia tours.

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Discover our Malaysia tours

From the buzzing metropolis of Kuala Lumpur to the lush rainforests of Borneo, our small group tours to Malaysia will transport you to the heart of a country brimming with exotic wildlife and diverse cultures. 

For the ultimate wildlife adventure, join one of our trips to the island of Borneo to go in search of orangutan, pygmy elephant and gibbon. Cruise along the jungle waterways of Kinabatangan River with your local tour leader to find various species of monkey and climb up to an observation deck at sunrise to watch the jungle come alive from the top of the canopy. 

To escape the stresses of everyday life, take some downtime on a pristine white-sand beach on the tropical island of Langkawi. Sit back, relax and enjoy the views, or go island hopping on a trip around the turquoise waters of the Malaysia Peninsula.

Considering a trip to Malaysia but new to small group travel? We've answered some of your most-asked questions.

Our most popular tours in Malaysia

Explore Malaysia

Malaysia Discovery Trip code EM
12 Days From NZ$2410 without flights

Family Borneo Wildlife Adventure

Borneo, Malaysia Family Trip code FBN
11 Days From NZ$2610 without flights

Borneo Wildlife Highlights

Borneo, Malaysia Discovery Trip code BN
10 Days From NZ$2690 without flights
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Fraser’s Hill and the Cameron Highlands offer a taste of colonial Malaysia, and there are good walks around the Cameron Highlands. There are many islands you can visit off both the west and east coasts of the Peninsula, although the east coast islands come closer to popular notions of palm-fringed island idylls. Penang has a wide selection of hotels and tourist facilities and a fantastic historical centre. Pulau Langkawi has developed rapidly and is more the haunt of upmarket resorts than budget-friendly guesthouses. Georgetown, the capital of Penang, is Malaysia’s second city of architectural and historical note, with probably the finest assembly of Sino-colonial architecture in the region. It was awarded UNESCO World Heritage Site status in 2008.

One of the main highlights of a visit is the food. Malaysians, like their neighbours in Singapore, love their food, and the dishes of the three main communities – Malay, Chinese and Indian – comprise a hugely varied national menu. Even within each ethnic cuisine, there is a vast choice; every state has its own special Malay dishes and the different Chinese provincial specialities are well represented. In addition there is North Indian food, South Indian food and Indian Muslim food. Nyonya cuisine is found in the old Straits Settlements of Penang and Melaka. Malaysia also has great seafood, which the Chinese do best, and in recent years a profusion of restaurants, representing other Asian and European cuisines, have set up, mainly in the big cities.

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