Malaysia Hotels & Travel Guide

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Malaysia Hotels & Travel Guide

Malaysia is a country that yields a rich mix of cultural attractions and rapidly expanding cities filled with skyscrapers and multilane highways. Whether it’s the country’s jam-packed calendar of festivals, or its capital city of Kuala Lumpur, home to sprawling malls and narrow alleyways with lively and colourful markets, Malaysia’s street life is vibrant.

But these are not the only reasons Malaysia welcomes a steady stream of visitors: there is also its cheap, tasty and varied food as well as its charming and sometimes eclectic blend of Moghul, Malay, Victorian and ultramodern architecture. Besides that, generations of travellers are also enthralled by the white-sand beaches of famous west coast islands such as Pulau Langkawi and Pulau Redang, as well as the lush rainforests of Borneo to the east. With so many varied and alluring attractions, Malaysia has something for everyone.


Malaysia Hotels: Where To Stay In Malaysia? All Hotels in Malaysia

Offering the best available rates and actual room availability at some of the best hotels in Malaysia, you can be sure of up-to-date information and deals here. Read More...

 
Malaysia Tours Malaysia Tours

Enjoy some of the best tour packages we have to offer that will bring you on a journey to experience Malaysia in all its cultural richness and natural splendour. Read More...

Kuala Lumpur Kuala Lumpur

The hub of modernity and urbanisation. Enjoy the crisp shopping opportunities for both traditional and modern commodities in malls. Read More...

 
Penang Penang

The Pearl of the Orient, Penang Island, is a cultural fest of colours in all shapes and sizes! Read More...

Langkawi Guide Langkawi

The mythical island of Langkawi is shrouded in ancient legends and stories. To top it off, the island is one of Malaysia’s few duty-free shopping zones! Read More...

 
Malacca Guide Malacca

The historical journey begins in Malacca, where the first Sultans were established and colonial powers left their imprint on the country. Read More...


 

Kuantan Guide Kuantan

Malaysia’s tropical refuge on the east side is blessed with sun-kissed beaches, warm seas and coconut. Read More...

 
Sabah Sabah

Sabah at the North Eastern tip of Borneo is the gateway to fascinating cultures, beautiful scenery and magical islands. Read More...

Sarawak Sarawak

With a large range of expansive rainforests and countless raging rivers, Sarawak is a powerful force of nature in the minds and eyes of visitors.  Read More...

 
Johor Johor

Johor was known in its early days as ‘Ujong Tanah’ meaning Land’s End. The present name Johor comes from an adaptation of the Arabic word ‘Jauhar’ which means jewel. Read More...

Kedah Kedah

The state of Kedah is the most ancient in Malaysia with records dating back to the 5th Century. It was once a prosperous centre for traders in the early days, especially those from India and China. Read More...

 
Kelantan Kelantan

The Kelantanese have preserved their customs, traditions and cultures well over the years. Some of their most memorable activities are flying giant ‘Wau’ kites and playing ‘Gasing’. Read More...

Negeri Sembilan Negeri Sembilan

Negeri Sembilan literally means "nine states". This is because it really did consist of nine, not states, but separate districts. These districts were under the rule of nine separate Malay chieftains. Read More...

 
Perak Perak

The state of Perak is Peninsular Malaysia’s second largest at 21 sq. km wide. The name ‘Perak’, which means silver, was gleaned from the glittering tin ore found in abundance. Read More...

Perlis Perlis

Perlis briefly reverted to Siamese rule during the war before being handed over to the British and then finally becoming part of Malaysia on Independence Day. Read More...

 
Terengganu Terengganu

Terengganu overlooks the South China Sea on the east side of Malaysia. A charming holiday destination, Terengganu has a stretch of beautiful beaches and even more spectacular islands. Read More...

Port Dickson Port Dickson

Port Dickson has always been a perennial attraction for locals in need of a convenient holiday spot. Fondly referred to as ‘PD’, this quiet coastal town is located just 32 km away from Seremban and 80 km away from Kuala Lumpur. Read More...

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