Malaysia

Cheap flights to Malaysia

 

 

This is an amazing place to visit offering diversity in cultures, customs, cuisines and architecture set against a background of the most beautiful scenery of tropical forests, mountains, undulating blue waters and white sandy beaches. This destination is in the top ten for the most popular tourist destination the world, whether its for back packers travelling south East Asia, adventure holidays for families or for romantic getaways, this place has everything to offer and more.

 

City

 

Penang is one of the most popular tourist destinations partly due to its historic George Town, predominately Chinese but other cultures can be evidenced here. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site. It has many famous beach resorts and Cheap flights to Malaysia from all worldwide destinations take you into Bayan Lepas International Airport from here you can access this beautiful city and beyond. Once you have exhausted yourself in the rich sights to see, you can enjoy its beach resorts where you can indulge in water sports or simply relax. It’s a great city for shopping, eating, bars and clubs. The city can be explored on and foot, cycle or trishaw.

 

Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia. The Petronas Twin Towers are a great attraction here with its impressive 88-story architecture. It services commercial offices and is a tourist attraction, with iconic motifs on the structure resembling Islamic art. The Kuala Lumpur railway station is also a popular place to visit. This capital has a colonial history and is rich in differing cultures; there is something for everyone. The markets and shops offer tourist great bargains. Cheap flights to Kuala Lumpur airport go straight to its international airport ranked as one of the busiest in the world.

 

Heritage

 

Kota Bharu- If you are curious about the states Royal family then visit the Royal Museum. For local retail therapy shop the famous Central marketplace.

 

Melaka- historically ruled by the Indians, British, Portuguese and Dutch so you can imagine what a rich cultural hot pot this is, full of architecture, cuisine and differing cultures. Wherever you look it is evident that that the city combines different cultures where the Portuguese contributed to the beautiful villas and Chinese have their oldest temple of the Cheng Hoon Teng temple, and the stunning architectural buildings of the Dutch influence. Melaka is full of restaurants and cafes offering varying cuisine and a weekend night market, this place never sleeps.

 

Nature

Cameroon Highlands is located in the Titiwanga Mountains; its arresting beauty is evident when you see the lakes, forests, wildlife, tea plantations, flower farms and a butterfly garden. English influence has made its mark in this region when you visit the extensive gardens. Cameroons culture and history is exhibited at the Time Tunnel Gallery.

 

Kota Kinabalu- here you can visit Malaysia’s tallest peak, Mount Kinabalu, or the amazing wildlife rainforest of Kinabalu National Park, where you can indulge in adventures like camping, white water rafting, and mountain climbing.

 

If you want to spot meerkats, deer and snakes, then take a guided tour for a once in a lifetime experience at the Teman Negara National Park.

 

For trekking and climbing expeditions visit the Gunung Mulu National Park, this is a world heritage site, encompassing caves and karst formations, all surrounded by rainforests.

 

Relax

Langkawi this is one of the top beach destinations in the world offering sandy white beaches, dazzling blue water and stunning sunshine it is a fantastic place for a beach holiday all balanced with a little retail therapy.

 

Useful information- Malaysia

Visa and passport- check that you have a valid passport to travel and check for visa requirements for Malaysia.

 

Travel insurance – take out travel insurance, or ensure your existing insurance covers you for the period of your visit and for any additional cover for existing medical conditions or for activities that you may undertake on holiday.

 

Currency-Malaysian Ringgit

 

Electricity- Square three pin plug, but some old hotels use two pin plugs.220-240 volts AC, 50 Hz