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Malaysia is a Southeast Asian country that occupies parts of the Malay Peninsula and the island of Borneo. Malaysia trip packages sell like hot cakes owing to the country’s blessed landscape.Its beaches, rainforests, and a blend of Malay, Indian, Chinese, and European cultural influences make it a wonderful getaway. The capital city - Kuala Lumpur houses several colonial edifices and bustling shopping regions. From the beaches of Langkawi to Mount Kinabalu, Malaysia is a world of diverse landscapes.

Explore this beautiful country in Southeast Asia with our specially designed tour packages. The best time to visit Malaysia is largely between March and October, when rains are intermittent and weather is not much humid. It is noteworthy that there is difference between seasons from one part of the country to other. There is a significant difference between seasons of Peninsular Malaysia and East Malaysia (Borneo). Islands like Penang and Langkawi on the west part of the country are better enjoyed during winters between December and February.

Top 15 Places to Visit Through Malaysia Tour Packages

Kuala Lumpur is a wonderful city that is famous for some of the most iconic places that add value to the travel experiences of visitors from all across the globe. Either one enjoys to explore nature or tourist places filled with adventure and bliss, this country has something for everyone.

1. Petronas Twin Towers

What’s Special: Twin Skyscrapers

Nearby Attractions: Petrosains Science Discovery Centre; Lake Symphony

Timings: Open 24 hours

Built By: César Pelli

Built In: 1998

Houses: Twin skyscrapers

Distance From City Center: 7.9 km

Transportation Options: Train; Bus; Taxi

Being one of the most popular and largest architectural marvels in the world, Petronas Twin Towers attracts a huge flock from all across the world. With 88 stories, this headquarter of Petronas also encompasses shopping complexes and food courts to let its visitors have a gala time.

2. Batu Caves

What’s Special: Caves

Nearby Attractions: Majlis Perbandaran Selayang Stadium

Timings: 6:00 AM to 9:00 PM

Houses: Caves

Distance From City Center: 16.7 km

Transportation Options: Train

Average price for hotel: INR 1,506* (3-star)

A tour to Malaysia has something for everyone. So, irrespective of whether a traveler is a religious person or a history enthusiast, a visit to Batu Caves is a real treat for them. Replete with natural beauty, this is one of the most famous shrines here. Dig into its innumerable caves, and get to discover the heritage of this country.

3. Aquaria KLCC

What’s Special: Oceanarium

Nearby Attractions: Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia; Petronas Twin Towers; Kuala Lumpur Bird Park

Timings: 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM

Owner: Aquawalk Sdn. Bhd

Built In: 2005

Houses: Largest aquarium

Distance From City Center: 10.8 km

Transportation Options: Bus; Train

A Malaysia tour offers a chance to visit the largest aquarium of the world. With more than 5000 freshwater and marine creatures, including garfishes, giant groupers, seahorses, lethal sea snakes, and many more.

4. Langkawi

What’s Special: Archipelago

Nearby Attractions: Kuah; Kuala Kedah

Timings: Open 24 hours

Houses: Islands

Distance From Kuala Lumpur: 413 km

Transportation Options: Flight; Bus; Train

Average price for hotel: INR 4308* (3-star)

The island of Langkawi is a popular spot to enjoy the nightlife, thrilling activities and water sports such as scuba diving, snorkeling, parasailing, and banana boat rides. Get on the top of its magnificent mountains, and savor a panoramic view that is mind-boggling. And, if one is not such an adrenaline junkie, they can also enjoy the cool breezes, shopping, and luscious cuisines here.

5. Menara KL Tower

What’s Special: 7th tallest freestanding tower

Nearby Attractions: Petronas Twin Towers; Kuala Lumpur Bird Park; Batu Caves

Timings: 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM

Built In: 1995

Houses: Communications tower

Distance From City Center: 2.8 km

Transportation Options: Train; Taxi

The Menara KL Tower is an iconic tower, located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. The tower is basically used for broadcasting and telecommunication. The height of the tower is around 421 meters. There is an observation deck in the Menara Tower which offers panoramic views of the entire glistening city of Kuala Lumpur. The tower has been ranked fourth highest tower in the world for telecommunication.

6. Sunway Lagoon Theme Park

What’s Special: Water Park; Amusement Park; Wildlife Park

Nearby Attractions: Menara Telekom Tower; Desa waterpark

Timings: 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Operated By: Sunway Lagoon Sdn. Bhd

Houses: Scream Park; Nickelodeon Lost Lagoon; Amusement Park; Water Park; Extreme Park

Distance From City Center: 23 km

Transportation Options: Train; Bus; Taxi

The Sunway Lagoon Theme Park is located in Petaling Jaya and is one of the most famous places to visit. The park occupies a large area of around 88 acres and is divided into 5 areas named as Water Park, Wildlife Park, Extreme Park, Amusement Park, and Scream Park.

7. Kuala Lumpur

What’s Special: Capital City; Skyscrapers;

Nearby Attractions: Kota Bharu; George town

Timings: Open 24 hours

Houses: Petronas Tower; Kuala Lumpur Bird Park; Menara KL Tower; Batu Caves; Little India; National Mosque of Malaysia

Transportation Options: Flights 

Average price for hotel: INR 1,778* (3-star)

Kuala Lumpur is the capital city of Malaysia. Not only does it offer a vibrant vibe but is also home to so many different places. From Forest Eco Park to Petronas Tower, Kuala Lumpur City Gallery to National Science Centre, the city has it all to lure the hearts of any traveler.

8. George Town

What’s Special: Colonial buildings; Chinese shophouses; Skyscrapers

Timings: Open 24 hours

Houses: Pinang Peranakan Mansion; Penang Hill; Upside Down Museum; Penang Botanical Gardens; Khoo Kongsi

Distance From Kuala Lumpur: 357.4 km

Transportation Options: Flight; Bus; Taxi

Average price for hotel: INR 2,213* (3-star)

Situated in Penang Island, George Town is an amazing city to visit in Malaysia. The city is best known for its incredible skyscrapers, colonial buildings, and mosques. Moreover, it is also home to some of the eccentric tourist spots that you must come see for yourself.

9. Malacca

What’s Special: Historical city

Nearby Attractions: Seremban; Batu Pahat

Timings: Open 24 hours

Houses: A’Famosa Fort; The Stadthuys; Butterfly & Reptile Sanctuary

Distance From Kuala Lumpur: 150 km

Transportation Options: Train; Taxi; Bus

Average price for hotel: INR 1,929* (3-star)

Malacca is best known for a plethora of historical buildings that it is home to. However, as the sun goes down, its street turns into vibrant night markets. It is an apt place to visit by history buffs and architecture lovers. Some of the places that one must not miss out on while visiting Malacca are Melaka Sultanate Palace, Melaka Menara Taming Sari, A’Famosa, Jonker Walk, etc.

10. Kota Kinabalu

What’s Special: Coastal city; Modern boardwalk

Nearby Cities: Sandakan; Tawau

Timings: Open 24 hours

Houses: Kota Kinabalu City Mosque; Kinabalu National Park; Mount Kinabalu

Distance From Kuala Lumpur: 3746 km

Transportation Options: Flights

Average price for hotel: INR 2,088* (3-star)

Kota Kinabalu is a beautiful coastal city in Malaysia that is definitely worth a visit since it is home to many tourist attractions. Some of the places to visit in Kota Kinabalu include Lok Kawi Wildlife Park, Manukan Island Resort, Kota Kinabalu City Mosque, Mamutik Island, etc.

11. Legoland Malaysia

What’s Special: The hailing rides

Nearby Attractions: Dataran Mahkota, Puteri Harbour, Eco Botanic City, Horizon Hills Golf And Country Club

Timings: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Distance From City Center: 1.6 km

Transportation Options: Train; Taxi

Legoland Malaysia is a fun place in Malaysia capturing a world of its own. It has some fun rides, water parks, themed islands, aquatic center, food courts, restaurant and so much more that you can only have enough. Visit this park with your family and make sure that you have the ultimate experience!

12. Perhentian Island

What’s Special: The green turtles hatching eggs every season

Nearby Attractions: Lata Air Berani, Pulau Perhentian Kecil, Teluk Keke, Adam & Eve Beach,Teluk Pauh 

Timings: Always open

Transportation Options: Train; Taxi; Flights

The Perhentian Islands are a set of islands in the Besut District in Terengganu. The island is further subdivided into 2 islands - Perhentian Besar and Perhentian Kecil. You can live the offbeat and laid-back life here with the nice surroundings and under the sun.

13. Penang

What’s Special: The beaches and attractions

Nearby Attractions: Kek Lok Si Temple, Cheong Fatt Tze, Penang National Park, Leong San Tong Khoo Kongsi

Timings: Always open

Transportation Options: Train; Taxi; Flights

Penang is a state in the north western part of Malaysia which comprises the mainland Seberang Perai and Penang Island. The island is home to landmarks sites like the Fort Cornwallis, teh Chinese clan house Khoo Kongsi and the very popular Kapitan Keling Mosque. These are all testaments to years and years of foreign influence. The western part of the state comprises the funicular Penang Hill.

14. Kinabatangan

What’s Special: The abrupt greenery

Nearby Attractions: Gomantong Caves, Danum Valley Conservation Area, Tungog Rainforest Eco Camp, Kulamba Wildlife Reserve, Kinabatangan Wildlife Sanctuary

Timings: Always open

Transportation Options: Train; Taxi; Flights

Kinabatangan is a treasure trove of natural beauty and contains a major portion of the forests of Malaysia. It is widely known for its natural reserve areas, wildlife sanctuaries, adventure activities and rivers. The impressive array of natural bounty is enough to make you fall in love with the place.

15. Pangkor Island

What’s Special: The fine beaches

Nearby Attractions: Dutch Fort, Pasir Bogak Beach, Pantai Teluk Nipah, Coral Beach, Teluk Segadas, Pangkor Hill, Sri Pathirakaliamman Temple

Timings: Always open

Transportation Options: Train; Taxi; Flights

The Pangkor Island lies in the western coast of Peninsular Malaysia and known for its beaches like the Teluk Nipah, Pasir Giam, and Coral Bay. It connects to the coral-ringed Giam Island and has attractions dating back to the 17th century.

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How To Reach Malaysia

Airways, railways, and roads connect Malaysia to various parts of the world. So, those wondering about how to reach Malaysia, can reach there conveniently. Being close to India, Malaysia is one of the most preferred holiday getaways for Indian tourists. No wonder, Malaysia tourism packages from India are frequently taken up. Most of the major airlines connect Malaysia to the major cities in India, as well as, to countries like Singapore, Thailand and Indonesia. Owing to this ease of connectivity along with copious pleasurable factors, tour packages to Malaysia are always high in demand. One of the major criteria for selection, when mulling over what sort of Malaysia tour package from India should one buy, is the itinerary. Before deciding on the ideal tour packages for Malaysia, find out whether the sightseeing itinerary takes the traveler to not just the most popular attractions of Malaysia, but also to some of the more offbeat destinations. Some of the beaches here, although not the most popular, are an absolute haven for those seeking a rendezvous with nature.

What Is The Best Time To Take A Malaysia Tour?

Malaysia experiences the equatorial climate because of its proximity to the equator. Most parts of Malaysia are marked by an equatorial climate that makes days hotter than nights. Malaysia remains hot and humid all round the year. Since it is also located close to the water body, the evenings are generally marked by cool and pleasant breeze. The temperature varies between a range of 20°C to 30°C during a year. Although Malaysia is close to the equator, the temperature does not remain too high, and the highlands experience a cooler temperature.

Summer Season (June to August)

Summer season in Malaysia begins from the month of June and lasts till the month of August. These three months are marked by high temperature. While the highest temperature may rise up to 32°C, the lowest temperature, on an average, remains 25°C. The months of June and July receive the least amount of rainfall as compared to August. As the weather remains dry, tourists can enjoy water sports and other adventures. If you are looking forward to take part in some of the water adventure activities, you may plan a trip to Malaysia during this time. One of the important festivals of Malaysia, the Gawai festival takes place during the month of June. It would be a good opportunity to be a part of the same if you are here during the summer season.

Autumn Season (September - November)

The monsoon season in Malaysia falls in the months of September to November. The lowest temperature during this period remains at 25°C while the highest at 31°C. With the high temperature, rainfall also takes place during this season. This is the time when the water bodies and the forests look splendid. See the refreshed look along with lush green environment with Malaysia travel package. During this season, most of the adventure seekers abstain visiting Malaysia. This makes the country less crowded and you can enjoy a peaceful vacation. Also, carry an umbrella along as showers are expected for most part of the season. Some of the best places to visit during this time are the museums and beaches. While you can take a day tour of the museums, beaches must be visited before it gets dark. Another happening event, the international music festival, also takes place during this time.

Winter Season (December - February)

Winter season in Malaysia starts from the month of December and continues till February. During the winter season, the temperature is recorded between 24°C and 32°C. Unlike the regular winters, winter in Malaysia is marked by heavy rainfall during the days and evenings. The temperature also drops down due to the showers. If you are planning a visit during these months, include a visit to the west coast of Malaysia in your travel itinerary. During the winter season in Malaysia, Christmas and New year are celebrated with much enthusiasm. Other important festivals include Hari Raya Thaipusam and Chinese New Year. This season is also a great time to embark on a rejuvenating, luxury vacation.

Bestselling Malaysia Tour Packages

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Marvelous Malaysia Tour Package2 Nights
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Refreshing Langkawi Honeymoon Package3 Nights
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Explore the Jewels of Malaysia4 Nights
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₹ 29,999/-View Details
Sublime Singapore And Malaysia Honeymoon Package5 Nights
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Singapore, Malaysia and Langkawi Honeymoon Package7 Nights
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Awesome Singapore and Malaysia Tour Package5 Nights
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Remarkable Singapore Malaysia Honeymoon Package6 Nights
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Marvelous Malaysia Tour Package

  • Cities:
  • Kuala Lumpur (3D)

3 Days & 2 Nights

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₹ 20,000/-₹ 21,978/-

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Refreshing Langkawi Honeymoon Package

  • Cities:
  • Langkawi (4D)

4 Days & 3 Nights

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₹ 17,000/-₹ 18,681/-

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LEGOLAND® Theme Park, Batu Caves & KL Night Tour

Sublime Singapore And Malaysia Honeymoon Package

  • Cities:
  • Singapore (3D)
  • Kuala Lumpur (3D)

6 Days & 5 Nights

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₹ 29,998/-₹ 32,530/-

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Singapore, Malaysia and Langkawi Honeymoon Package

  • Cities:
  • Singapore (3D)
  • Kuala Lumpur (2D)
  • Langkawi (3D)

8 Days & 7 Nights

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₹ 58,000/-₹ 65,168/-

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Awesome Singapore and Malaysia Tour Package

  • Cities:
  • Singapore (3D)
  • Kuala Lumpur (3D)

6 Days & 5 Nights

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₹ 35,998/-₹ 39,998/-

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Remarkable Singapore Malaysia Honeymoon Package

  • Cities:
  • Singapore (3D)
  • Kuala Lumpur (4D)

7 Days & 6 Nights

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₹ 31,998/-₹ 35,953/-

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Malaysia 4 Days Trip Package

  • Cities:
  • Kuala Lumpur (4D)

4 Days & 3 Nights

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₹ 15,000/-₹ 16,129/-

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Singapore Malaysia Tour Package with Cruise

  • Cities:
  • Singapore (5D)
  • Kuala Lumpur (3D)

8 Days & 7 Nights

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₹ 64,000/-₹ 68,817/-

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Idyllic Malaysia Family Package

  • Cities:
  • Kuala Lumpur (2D)

2 Days & 1 Nights

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₹ 7,000/-₹ 7,692/-

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Authentic Traveler Reviews

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Sushant's 5 days trip to Malaysia

Overall, we had a great stay at Langkawi especially the Berjaya Resort which is such a mesmerizing place to stay. We got a good support from travel triangle, smiling trips and the local travel agent in Langkawi(Oceanic Langkawi Holidays). Special thanks to Ankit from Smiling Trips for organizing the trip very well. Happy with the experience as it was our first trip and we enjoyed the stay at Langkawi.

Sushant New delhi

Manish's 5 days trip to Malaysia

The Kingsman did a smooth job and the information and supoort provided was excellent. We would recommend them to other as well. Had a grt trip with lots of memories to cherish for!

Manish Sharma Delhi

Poojasharma's 4 days trip to Malaysia

Thank you Ankush from kushark holidays for your wonderful guidance without which our tour wouldn't be a great one .You have managed everything so well it's like amazing .Given details about every place we went how to enjoy maximum in the time we had was well explained. Singapore Honeymoon Trip!!

Poojasharma Delhi

Vishal's 6 days trip to Malaysia

Trip was wonderfully planned by Mr Ankush at a very reasonable price. All pickups and transfers were done so smoothly. Malaysia is a wonderful place specially Langkawi. Langkawi is a very calm, serene, and beautiful island. Each and every part of this trip was memorable for me. Thank you Ankush Kushark holidays… Wonderful Trip!

Vishal Shinde Mumbai

Aparajitc's 4 days trip to Malaysia

It was well organized trip given by Mr. Ankush from Kushark Holidays with all activities completed as scheduled. Enjoyed a lot. Langkawi with Kuala Lumpur trip*****

Aparajitc Kolkata

Atinder's 9 days trip to Malaysia

We had booked a trip to Singapore, Bali and Malaysia for 10 days 9 nights through Kushark Holidays. All the arrangements were good and all the bookings, pickups, drops to and from the hotel were smooth I would like to mention that Ankush was always available to answer any query or doubt that we had before the trip. Ankush did a great job at aligning everything. Would definitely recommend Kushark Holidays to my family and friends.. Honeymoon trip of Singapore, Bali and Malaysia…

Atinder Singh Amritsar

Arpan's 4 days trip to Malaysia

The trip was managed well by Shalu & Bhavay. We stayed in 2 hotels - Adya and Frangipani. Adya hotel staff was too rigid with their rules and the room was also not good which we did not like. Frangipani was very good in that regard, the rooms were very clean and the staff was really nice. The cab transfers and the tours booked were excellent and we had absolutely no problems in that regard.

Arpan Gupta Bangalore

Robin's 4 days trip to Malaysia

Madhavi from trip expert helped me with my Malaysia package. She was extremely diligent and patient with our booking despite is taking more than a month to book it. All tours were also extremely well planned. I would recommend Trip expert and Madhavi.

Robin Raj Bamgalore

Rajesh's 5 days trip to Malaysia

Kushark Travels has done a beautiful arrangements well planned by the Mr. Ankush who has done the trip Itinerary perfectly without waiting the time thank Ankush (Kushark Holidays) once again & also to Travel Triangle. Best memory is the Genting Highland. Best trip of Kuala Lumpur & Genting Highlands

Rajesh Kumar New delhi

Harsha's 5 days trip to Malaysia

Dear A1 tours, I had booked a langkawi trip for 5 days. My trip was arranged by Anjali from A1 tours.My stay was at Vivanta rebak island . It was an wonderful stay and trip was awesome. I opted for two days sight seeing for Langkawi cable car and island hopping .It was a mind blowing experience. Me and my husband enjoyed a lot. Thank you to Anjali who had taken care of everything . It was easier to communicate with her and she was responding quickly to my queries. It was a hassle-free one. Thank you Dr Harsha and Dr Arjun

Harsha Pradyu Kochi

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Malaysia is truly Asian in nature, and which is why most of the Indians prefer to take a tour of this island country. Easy accessibility, conducive weather and picturesque places contribute to an amazing vacation in Malaysia. So, plan a visit to this magnificent place and book the trip well in advance to reduce Malaysia trip cost. But a few additional elements add up to the beauty of the whole trip. Read below the travelogues of our happy travelers who spent a larger-than-life time in Malaysia.

1. Dream Vacation Made True

Duration: 7N/8D

Accommodation: Resort

Experiences cherished: Sunset Cruise, adventure activities

Come back for: tour of Langkawi

Since honeymoon is a once in a lifetime kind of affair for every married couple, my wife and I wished to spend it in the most amazing way. But we did not want to stick to one place during the whole tour. Therefore, we wished to plan a multi destination tour that included Kuala Lumpur and Langkawi, both, in the same itinerary. Our brother had already suggested us to book with TravelTriangle for such customizable packages so we did not have to do a lot of research on the same. Everything was booked through our travel consultant and we did not face any problems during the tour. Major highlights of our entire tour included visit to Langkawi, island hopping and sunset dinner cruise. We would always cherish these beautiful days for years to come.

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2. Birthday Bash On A Trip To Malaysia

Duration: 5N/6D

Accommodation: Beach resort

Experiences cherished: Sunway Lagoon theme park

Come back for: natural beauty of Langkawi

I wished to celebrate my wife’s birthday in Malaysia. Since I knew her travel preferences, I also wanted to throw a surprise party in the same place. But I was unable to plan the entire trip on my own. Therefore, I searched for a few reliable tour packages of Malaysia. I picked up a customizable tour package of Malaysia from TravelTriangle. Not only were the quotes attractive but also the itinerary was easily customizable. I requested my travel agent to make some special inclusions and they were taken care of. We enjoyed Island hopping, visit to Langkawi and Genting Highlands. My wife was immensely happy during the entire time and we are thankful to TT for the good times spent.

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3. A Perfect Travel Tale With My Family In Malaysia & Singapore

Duration: 7N/8D

Accommodation: hotel

Experiences cherished: city tour of Kuala Lumpur

Come back for: visit to Batu caves

We had long planned to take a family trip with our little son for quite some time. Also, we were not quite sure of the destination as our search had narrowed down to baby-friendly places. After an extensive research, we found that TravelTriangle offered customizable packages for most of the international and domestic destinations. We set our eyes on Singapore and Malaysia, and asked for customizations in our package that would help us travel comfortably with our little one. We spent 8 days covering major attractions of Malaysia and Singapore. Accommodation, cab transfers, meal plans and sightseeing tour were all included in our itinerary. Some of the happening places we visited were Kuala Lumpur, Batu Caves and Sentosa Island. Our kid had as much fun as we did. We are really happy with the facilities provided to us by TravelTriangle.

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What Are The Thrilling Activities To Enjoy In Malaysia?

During a visit, tourists can indulge in thrilling adventure activities in Malaysia. There are plenty of activities that you can take up while enjoying with a Malaysia trip package, such as:

1. Beach Hopping and Cruises

If you are a beach baby, then, needless to say, Malaysia is sure to be a haven for you. With the plethora of sun-kissed beaches here, such as Morib Beach, Bagan Lalang, Batu and more, which are some of the much loved beaches in Malaysia, there is sure to be no dearth of the sun, sea and surf when here. But sunning yourself is not all that you can do here. You can also enjoy plenty of watersports as well as go on a few cruises to some of the other islands nearby In fact, if you choose the right cruise trips in Malaysia, it will only add more pleasure to your vacation.

2. Enjoying the nightlife

Enjoying the nightlife of any place you visit is a must, but it is more so here in Malaysia, where some of the most exclusive clubs, quirky bars, rocking discotheques, cool lounges, and lively night markets define the nightlife of Malaysia. You can dance the night away here, pick up a few cool bargains from the night markets, sample unique cocktails, attend exclusive parties and paint the town red when in Malaysia. If you come in the right season, you will be able to catch a few live concerts, and outdoor music shows as well.

3. Shop till you drop

When on vacation, half your interest is probably in deciding what sort of souvenirs to take back home to remember the trip by. If that sounds like you, then Malaysia is where you should be. You can find plenty of items to interest you here, from apparels to fridge magnets, from spices to dried flowers, from handicrafts to exclusive coffee, from accessories to kitchen ware, and so much more. And you can find all of that in the glitzy malls here or the street markets and thus you can stick to your budget while shopping in Malaysia.

4. Sampling local dishes

It is a must to try the local dishes of places that you visit, and when you are in a place like Malaysia, which is a melting pot of various religions, ethnicities, and cultures, there is no turning back from the food scene. Food in Malaysia might be humble and it might be of haute cuisine levels, but one thing is for sure, it will be absolutely delectable. With enough variety for vegetarians and non-vegetarians, and with dishes spanning the entire world, you are sure to have a grand time here if you are a foodie. Don’t forget to sample their most popular dish, a Malaysia rendition of the humble rice dish, the Nasi Lemak, when here.

5. Attending various festivals in Malaysia

When on a trip to Malaysia, you can try to time it in a way that will ensure you get loads of time to attend the ongoing festivals and carnivals here. These are sort of a fixed attraction here, such as the Malaysia Water Festival that is held in April, the Dragon Boat Festival that is held in December, Wesak Day that is held in May, Thaipusam that is held in the beginning of the year, the Rainforest World Music Festival that is held in July and of course, Christmas and the Chinese New Year, which are all celebrated with plenty of aplomb here.

6. Sunbathe On Langkawi

Get away from city life and head to Langkawi Island which is popular with backpackers and honeymooners alike. There is a fine beach where you can just relax and unwind under the sun and enjoy a chill drink.

7. Trekking In Taman Negara National Park

The Taman Negara National Park is a very popular reserve area located in Pahang state. The park has some amazing trekking routes that are as much as 100 km long on a round trip. There is no better way to spend an adventurous experience in Malaysia.

8. Explore The Magical Genting Highlands

The Genting Highlands is a special and magical place located in the Titiwangsa Mountains of Malaysia at an elevation of over 5,000 feet. The popular resort is flocked by local visitors. There are many attractions with different theme parks, clubs, and restaurants for recreation. You can also enjoy a cable car attraction known as the Genting Skyway.

9. Watch The Orangutans Of Sepilok

The Sepilok Orangutan Centre in Sabah is a silent paradise located outside the city limits.You can watch these superb animals at peace and enjoy the nature around. The silence is unmatched but the sounds of nature allure you to extend your vacation.

10. Enjoy Water Sports At Perhentian Islands

Lying close to the coast of Thailand, the Perhentian Islands are a bunch of islands with several beaches that offer an array of water sports. While its nightlife is highly popular, the water sports at Perhentian including snorkeling, scuba diving, boating, surfing and a whole more are the core!

All of the above and more is what you can look forward to when you pick and choose the right Malaysia holiday package from our extensive selection, and if need be, get it modified as per your liking. And requirements.

What Are The Best Places To Stay In Malaysia?

When it comes to accommodation in Malaysia, tourists have a wide range of options. Ranging from hostels and lodges to guesthouses and hotels of various star categories, tourists can choose a place to stay as per their convenience. If you are new to Malaysia, you may not stand a strong chance of finding the best accommodation on time. You will have to book a stay in advance or choose a package that helps you find the best hotel to stay in Malaysia.

The charmingly beautiful island country, Malaysia, is blessed with a wide array of places to visit and things to do. Malaysia is also well-connected with other parts of the continent. It is easy to reach Malaysia from India but it is really difficult to search for your choice of accommodation to stay at. We have shortlisted some of the best places which you may book for your upcoming vacation.

1. Borneo Rainforest Lodge

Star Category: 4 star

Starting Price (Per Night): INR 84,000

Location: Lot 20, Block 3, MDLD 3285, Ground Floor, Fajar Centre Fajar Lorong 9, 91120 Lahad Datu, Sabah, Malaysia

Located amidst a forest habitat type of setting, Borneo Rainforest Lodge is a perfect retreat to nature. If you are looking for a relaxing getaway in the lap of nature, you may want to stay here. The rooms are equipped with completely air conditioning unit and the architecture is simply phenomenal. A modern system of ventilation has been set up to reproduce the natural flow of air in the room by exploiting the thermal mass of the loo.

2. Shangri-La's Rasa Sayang Resort & Spa

Star Category: 5 star

Starting Price (Per Night): INR 9,000

Location: Batu Feringgi Main Road Batu Feringgi Main Road, Jalan Batu Ferringhi, 11100 Batu Ferringhi, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

One of the choicest hotels in Malaysia, Rasa Sayang Resort and Spa is a confluence of history and tradition. The Minangkabau architecture houses artefacts of Malaysian culture are the remarkable feature of this resort. It overlooks the stunning Batu Ferringhi Beach from its incredibly spacious rooms. You will also spot tropical gardens here. The place is a complete treat to the eyes. You may also avail the luxury car airport transfer of request.

3. Batang Ai Longhouse Resort

Star Category: 4 star

Starting Price (Per Night): INR 8,000

Location: Batang Ai Dam, 95900 Lubok Antu, Sarawak, Malaysia

Located at the furthermost periphery of Malaysia’s large rainforest, Batang Ai Longhouse Resort, managed by Hilton, is a perfect spot for staying on the island of Borneo. If you are looking for a solitary getaway in Malaysia, you may pick this up for nestling at. Major attractions near the resort include the Batang Ai National Park, which is enveloped by the expansive forests.

4. The Datai Langkawi

Star Category: 5 star

Starting Price (Per Night): INR 25,000

Location: Jln Teluk Datai, 07000 Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia

Offering bespoke nurturements for your body, mind and spirit, the Datai Langkawi is the best retreat amidst natural landscape of Malaysia. The Datai Bay, one of the top 10 beaches in the world, acts as the hotspot for tourists. The jungle of the resort also encompasses rich wildlife while offering complete tranquility. It is a good way to reconnect with nature during your stay here. Spot wild animals such as tokay geckos or dusky leaf monkeys or flying lemurs during your stay.

5. Copthorne Hotel

Star Category: 4 star

Starting Price (Per Night): INR 2,300

Location: Brinchang, 39100 Brinchang, Pahang, Malaysia

If you are looking to stay around a famous place in Malaysia, you may head to the Copthorne Hotel. It is seated at the famous highland retreat of Malaysia, 1628 metres above sea level. The place offers majestic vistas of the panorama outside - mountains and lush valleys. It is a 4-star hotel that offers exclusive services to its visitors, especially corporate travelers.

6. Courtyard @ Heeren

Star Category: 4 star

Starting Price (Per Night): INR 3,300

Location: 91, Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock, Taman Kota Laksamana, 75200 Melaka, Malaysia

The Courtyard @ Heeren is the best combination of the traditional Melaka style and modern architecture. Every room is designed to offer an exclusive experience to its guests. One of the good choices for a luxury stay, Courtyard @ Heeren is sheer opulence. It is well-equipped with all the luxury features intact.

5 Best Food To Try In Malaysia

1. Nasi Lemak

Nasi lemak, otherwise also known as ‘fat rice’, is made up of coconut rice, prawn and fried anchovies. The dish also has a mix of peanuts, ayam rendang and cucumber slices for some freshness. The dish looks very traditional and is also eaten in the neighboring countries of Singapore, Thailand and Brunei.

2. Assam Laksa

Assam Laksa are basically rice noodles which are served in a sour tamarind broth and peppered with the mackerel fish. It is finally garnished with some traditional vegetables. This dish is however quite spicy in taste and prompts an excessive amount of heat in your mouth as an aftertaste.

3. Hainanese Chicken Rice

It is a very simple but tasty delicacy! The silky chicken is lightly braised and served on a floor of rice, which is formerly cooked with a chicken broth. The dish is perfect for those who wish to explore the ultimate chicken flavour.

4. Fish Head Curry

The fish head curry makes its way from India into the flavors of Malaysia. Made with fish head, usually a red snapper, the dish is a unique mix of flavors that tends to bring out the best of taste.

5. Roti Canai

The light flatbread is a staple dish in the streets of Malaysia. The natural serving of this dish comprises three dipping sauces that vary in terms of spiciness. This is also a dish that is spicy and will challenge the very taste of your buds.

Best Restaurants In Malaysia

1. Oversea Restaurant

Cuisines: Chinese

Timings: 11:30 am to 10:30 pm

TripAdvisor Rating: 4/5

Location: 62-66 Jalan 1/149 D, Sri Petaling, 57000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

2. Bala's Banana Leaf

Cuisines: Indian

Timings: 8 am to 8 pm (Tuesday and Wednesday closed)

TripAdvisor Rating: 4/5

Location: 25, Lorong Ara Kiri 1, Bangsar, 59100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

3. Kedai Makanan Nam Chun

Cuisines: Malaysian

Timings: 6 am to 10 pm

TripAdvisor Rating: NA 

Location: 2-4, Lorong Ara Kiri 2, Bangsar, 59100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

4. Tosca Italian Trattoria

Cuisines: Italian

Timings: 12 to 2:30 pm, 6:30 pm to 10:30 pm

TripAdvisor Rating: 4.5/5

Location: 12, Jalan Ngee Heng, Bandar Johor Bahru, 80000 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia

5. Ivy's Nyonya Cuisine

Cuisines: Malaysian

Timings: 12 to 3 pm, 6 pm to 9 pm

TripAdvisor Rating: 4.5/5

Location: 58, Jalan Chow Thye, George Town, 10050 George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

Safety Measures For A Trip to Malaysia

Malaysia is an amazing country with more than 50 percent of the land covered by forests and green cover. The country also has various attractions and places which are amazing to cover in your holiday. The list and talks about Malaysia’s magnificence can go on. With Covid-19 impacting tourism as a whole, it becomes really important to assess how you can safely travel to Malaysia. So, here are a few safety travel tips for you to follow while traveling to Malaysia:

  • Carry all basic requirements that ensure a safer travel. This includes hand sanitizers, masks, disinfectant, etc.
  • Choose a reliable travel agent to book your trip
  • Check permits before visiting an attraction or destination
  • Also ensure that you have necessary medical certificate as required
  • Make sure to keep all your travel documents properly and it is also recommended that you keep an additional photocopy of all your documents.
  • While traveling internationally, always keep the phone number and the address of the embassy of your country in that particular international destination.
  • Make sure not to extend your stay beyond the validity of your visa, as it may invite heavy penalties.
  • Be aware of thefts such as pick-pocketing and credit card frauds.
  • Know about the area before you go there and take all the necessary precautions.
  • Make sure to follow all the local rules and regulations.

What Are The Main Tips To Follow For Malaysia Tour?

  • It is good to know the local language of Malaysia as most of the locals do not understand English. The basic “thank you” and “hello” must be learnt.
  • Malaysia has certain rules for duty-free items. You can bring only a limited quantity of alcohol along.
  • Smuggling is a serious offence in Malaysia. Do not carry any kinds of unprescribed drugs to the country.
  • Eat at the hawker stalls which might appear to be crowded but are actually worth it. Try the local dishes to taste the authentic food of Malaysia.
  • Apply some sunscreen before heading out to the beaches in Malaysia. The weather can be very hot for most parts of the year. Likewise, carry an umbrella if you are travelling during the rainy season.
  • Check the haze conditions before planning a trip to Malaysia.
  • Do not carry large amounts of cash while making an international tour. Keep your credit cards handy.
  • Remember that Mayalsia is a predominantly Muslim nation where the citizens can be quite conservative. Therefore, it is advisable to dress appropriately and avoid any kind of misconduct.
  • Pack light and as per the weather conditions prevailing in Malaysia.
  • Carry all your necessary medicines and first-aid box.
  • Pack necessary items like sunscreen, hat, flip-flops, and mosquito repellent.
  • Also pack mobile charger, camera, power bank, hand sanitizer, deodorant, and an umbrella.
  • If you will be visiting the beaches, make sure to pack beachwear.

What Are The Benefits Of Availing A Customizable Tour Package?

Customizing one of the best Malaysia holiday packages comes with a lot of benefits. Not only the experiences are taken care of, but the whole package is inclusive of end to end services. Your flights, the hotel stays, meals, local transfers, sightseeing, and all other activities that are to be experienced by the traveler will be included in the package.

A unique blend of a developing nation and the modern world, get on a tour to this enticing place with our tour packages for Malaysia from India, now! And, get a chance to explore busy cities filled with colonial-era architecture, dozens of scattered islands, and tranquil tea plantations. Boasting some fine beaches, mangrove estuaries, and verdant rainforests filled with exotic wildlife, the charm of this pretty country draws the much-in-love honeymooners in plenty making it one of the popular honeymoon destinations.

While there are several packages available at less price, our specially crafted Malaysia package offers you better deals and even better facilities than others. You will get a host of inclusions such as transfers, meal plans and much more. So, time to book a tour package for Malaysia is now! Choose from a host of trips easily available at TravelTriangle and set off for a vacation to cherish.

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