Twin Tower, Kuala Lumpur
The South China Sea divides Malaysia in two different experiences. On the one hand you have Peninsula with of course the capital city of Kuala Lumpur. On the other hand you have the rugged untangled jungle of Borneo where the awesome ‘wild’ Orang Utan can still be discovered in its own habitat.
Visiting KL (as it is often referred to by cosmopolites) means visiting the (bridge of the) mighty Petronas Towers a fitting symbol to the cities developments. In the same area are The Golden Triangle and the KLCC (Kuala Lumpur City Center) for some fine dining and the best malls in town. However this modern government city also offers travelers some green landscapes in the beautiful Lake Gardens, which houses the Islamic Museum and a colorful bird/orchid park.
Malaysia is a country that is different from other States in the region a unique combination of exotic, ancient culture and the highest level of development. In Malaysia there is almost no seasonal changes in climate, but the most cool is the time from November to January when the temperature drops to +26 °C (79 °F). However, the climate of Malaysia is different and depending on which region you are. In the South of the Malacca and Kalimantan the climate is Equatorial, hot and humid, to the North – subequatorial monsoon.
We’ve created some unique experience for your travelers. These are excursions that will give a traveler that special moment in their holiday. Think off: a perfect white beach all to yourself, a special evening with locals or a walk in just that undiscovered area of a major city.
Kinabalu Park Substation is a little used ranger outpost on the perimeter of Kinabalu park, located at 1080 metres above sea level, surrounded by primary rainforest, with an abundance of biodiversity.
Upon arrival at Kinabalu Park Substation, set up camp and enjoy a lunch, before departing on a hike to Kemantis Waterfall.
Take a splash in the cool, refreshing water coming down from Mt. Kinabalu.
Return to camp and get ready for dinner. After dinner, head out on a night walk to search for reptiles, amphibians, and mammals nearby the camp.
Experience an exciting cycling tour around the City of Georgetown, the best way to discover and get to know history and heritage of this beautiful town. You will be picked up from your hotel in the morning, and driven to the starting point at the Tanjung City Marina, where you will meet our local guide.
The adventure will start from here by exploring the hidden gems of George Town, from the Clan Jetty, Cheah Kongsi, Hock Teik Cheng Sin Temple with stories of Penang’s secret societies, the Malay Mosque of Lebuh Acheh. You will visit one or two traditional trade. Along the way, there will be several stops to try local foods. Taste some of Penang’s Traditional Indian-Muslim Hawker food for breakfast and enjoy some Chinese Fried Noodles or Chicken Rice from a Chinese Hawker stall for lunch.
Inspiring tours are tours we’ve created to give you insight in the tours we offer in our destinations. From our most favorite tours to our less common traveled paths. Creating the perfect tour for your travelers is a path we gladly walk with you. Contact us now and one of our travel experts will get back to you.
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