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A very special luxury holiday experience lies waiting in Malaysia, where the wonders of the natural world will captivate your senses, the melting pot of cultures intoxicate your soul and the scenic environment indulge your curiosity. Here at ITC Luxury Travel we can build your Malaysian adventure around your own ‘must see’ highlights, which could, for example, include: orang-utan spotting, tree-top walks through the rainforest, cooking Malay cuisine with a professional chef, walking the Skybridge at the iconic Petronas Twin Towers or sailing on the Andaman Sea.

Malaysia’s idyllic beaches, exotic wildlife, ancient rainforests, delicious cuisine and mythical traditions make it a destination that’s both fascinating and diverse. For fine dining and brilliant shopping visit the eclectic and stylish city of Kuala Lumpur, while a true sense of escapism can be found on the pristine white sands and traditional spas of Langkawi. Whilst in the country, it’s also well worth the utterly memorable experience of heading to the verdant jungles of Malaysian Borneo to see captivating orang-utans in their natural environment; a sight which will permanently mark itself on your memory.

For fine dining and great shopping, visit the eclectic and stylish city of Kuala Lumpur. For a true sense of escapism enjoy relaxing on pristine white sands, traditional spa treatments or discover sleepy fishing villages. For a truly memorable experience, explore verdant jungles to see captivating orangutans in their natural environment.

Why a luxury holiday to Malaysia?

To truly experience Malaysia you first have to taste it. Food is very much at the heart of the culture here and you’ll be left captivated by the spectrum of flavours, unusual produce and distinctly Malay style. Gourmet delights include ingredients such as peanuts, coconut, chilli, seafood and lemongrass, with dishes based around the staples of rice and noodles.

The dense rainforests in Malaysian Borneo with their incredible wildlife and unspoilt environment are a definite ‘must do’ during any visit. Culturally fascinating, this most natural of countries lays waiting for you to witness in all its glory.

But of course Malaysia isn’t just about the natural wonders; in Kuala Lumpur you can explore a city of intense colours, bustling with life and vibrancy. As with most places in the country, exquisite dining is a major part of the attraction. The east coast is a predominantly rural region of Malaysia, easy-going in nature and offering an interesting fusion of Malay, Chinese, Indian and indigenous cultures and customs.

Most visitors to Malaysia stay close to the peninsula, where the exhilaration of Kuala Lumpur is offset by the soothing CameronHighlands hill station or the tranquillity of Langkawi. Ensure you make the journey to Sarawak or Sabah, on the island of East Malaysia, to sample their spectacular wildlife, long houses and the awe-inspiring MountKinabalu.

Malaysia General Information

Time Difference: GMT +8 hours
Flight duration: 12 hours 30 minutes (direct)
Currency: Malaysian Ringgit (also called the Malaysian Dollar)
Capital: Kuala Lumpur

How to get to Malaysia

Malaysia Airlines flies direct from London Heathrow to Kuala Lumpur and onwards throughout Malaysia. Singapore Airlines flies from London Heathrow and Manchester with onward connections throughout Malaysia via Singapore.

Malaysia Airlines Business Class upgrades start from £750 per person each way, with First Class upgrades starting from £1,700 per person each way.

Malaysia Luxury Holidays are ideal for:

Culture, idyllic beaches, the world's oldest rainforests, shopping, mountain scenery, delicious cuisine, wildlife, watersports and leisure activities.