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With towering skyscrapers, rugged mountains and warm sandy beaches, Malaysia is a multicultural country of diverse culture, people and beauty. Local Malay, Chinese and Indian influences are felt right across the country, from its stunning rural villages to modern cities like Kuala Lumpur, home of the towering Petronas Towers.
A key attraction of this fascinating and colorful country is its extreme contrasts. Majestic high-rise offices tower above wooden homes built on stilts, while luxurious five-star hotels reside near ancient reefs. The delightful highlands landscapes blend effortlessly with pristine beaches and mangroves.
For travelers who love food, this is the country to visit for delicious Chinese-Malay cuisine, an Indian banana leaf curry, a Chinese buffet or a spicy dish from a Malay food stall. The beauty of Malaysia lies in the combination of everything in a country that is one of the safest, most stable and easiest to enjoy in Southeast Asia.


Whether dining on the freshest barbecued fish at the local night market, visiting the stunning islands just off the mainland, exploring the wilds of Borneo, or simply relaxing on one of the beaches, travelers are easily accommodated in this city. Walks on Mount Kinabalu and through Poring Hot Springs are great day trips, while some additional excursion options include visits to Turtle Island, Kinabatangan Eco Lodges and Sandakan to view the famous orangutans.

  • Float off the coast of the beautiful Tunku Abdul Rahman Park group of islands

  • Take a sunrise trek to the top of Malaysia’s tallest mountain: Mount Kinabalu

  • Overnight or take a day trip to Sandakan to see the orangutans in their natural habitat

  • Experience fabulous museums on ancient Islamic civilizations in the Far East

  • Visit the Poring Hot Springs for a relaxation session



Langkawi is a group of islands on the west coast of Malaysia and is the country's best-known vacation destination. Nature lovers will discover that the island is as beautiful as the shoreline with a beach lined with powder-fine sand and tall coconut palms. Surrounded by turquoise waters, Langkawi is ideal for swimming, sunbathing, relaxing in luxurious spa resorts, exploring jungles and diving in the coral-rich sea. It is also a shopping paradise, as the island is completely duty-free.

  • Take the Langkawi Cable Car all the way up to the top of Mount Mat Cincang, Langkawi's second highest peak

  • Visit the beautiful Telaga Tujuh or Seven Wells waterfall

  • Buy tax-free goods at Jetty Point Shopping Complex, Sage Shopping Centre or Zone Shopping Paradise

  • Don't miss the Buffalo Park, with over 100 swamp buffaloes

  • Trek through the Gunung Raya


Thailand is one of the most diverse destinations in Asia and is famous for its pulsating cities, picturesque villages and spectacular tourist spots.

It has everything from modern malls and street markets to luxurious hideaways, striking coastlines and diverse cultural traditions. Travelers can spend time in the capital city of Bangkok, exploring the beautiful islands of Phuket, visiting Chiang Rai, where the traditional customs of the hill tribes are preserved, or elephant trekking in Chiang Mai.

Thailand offers an experience that is breathtaking. Little wonder that it is high on the list of favorite destinations for adventure-seekers across the globe.


Bangkok is the city of contrasts. This is where ornate golden temples meet an exuberant, colorful nightlife while designer malls and bustling street stalls compete for your attention. It is a city that never seems to sleep and travelers will marvel at the amazing combination of traditional and modern cultures. This is the city to enjoy endless shopping and indulge in exotic gastronomical delights. With an extensive metropolis of style and sophistication, Bangkok can proudly claim to be one of the world's most exciting cities.

  • Visit the Grand Palace, one of Bangkok's most famous attractions

  • Take a ride on one of the capital's famous tuk-tuks

  • Shop for bargains at the floating market, Chinatown and Chatuchak weekend market

  • Stroll down Khao San Road, filled with interesting restaurants and bars

  • Watch a thrilling Muay Thai boxing match



Located just three hours from Bangkok, Hua Hin is a cosmopolitan, family friendly resort whose origins as a calm fishing village have not been entirely overwhelmed by the development of luxury resorts. Apart from its 5-mile-long beach, Hua Hin is also one of Thailand’s best locations for golf, with numerous high quality courses in the area. In the evening, travelers can enjoy the seafood restaurants on the wharf or experience the shopping and street food at the night market.

  • Ride a horse along the pristine sandy beach

  • Play a round of golf at the superb Royal Hua Hin Golf Club

  • Spend the day hiking in the Khao Sam Roi National Park

  • Visit the elegant summer palace of the Thai royal family and take a stroll in the beautiful gardens

  • Admire the fighting skills of the Thai boxers at the Grand Plaza



One of Thailand's most beautiful destinations, Krabi is a tropical paradise with miles of coastline, beautiful greenery and water sports. Still relatively untouched, it remains a haven for snorkelers, divers and climbers with its white beaches, turquoise waters, coral reefs and limestone outcrops.

  • Visit the Tiger Cave Temple Wat Tham Sua, one of Thailand's finest natural wonders

  • Explore Khao Phanom Bencha National Park and be amazed by the virgin rainforest and scenic waterfalls

  • Try out milky Thai desserts and fresh seafood at the night markets

  • Be amazed by the underwater coral reefs at Koh Phi Phi Island where leopard sharks can be seen

  • Discover a tropical paradise at Railay Beach, one of Thailand’s most appealing beaches

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