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Visit Malaysia and discover the beautiful islands of Langkawi along the Malaysia’s west coast
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Holidayme provided us with a very memorable trip. Tickets to hotel reservation, everything was done smoothly.
Reviewed On : 22 Feb`16
Loved every moment
by Peter Golath
I love Langkawi. So beautiful, so blue, so green, all colors of the palatte on the sunsets. Cant imagine staying away from here. I would love to come back, again with a package from HolidayMe. They planned the perfect itinerary for me and my family. Quite a lovely trip we had. The hotels and the staff there were especially nice. Loved all the attention.
Reviewed On : 21 Jun`16
The holiday experience with HolidayMe was great
by Abdul Shariff
Booked a trip to Malaysia with HolidayMe and everything was perfect.
Reviewed On : 05 Feb`16
by Pinky Khan
Oh Langkawi is amazing. Cant wait to start exploring the beaches and the shops and the street food. Just wow. How is it this beautiful. HolidayMe’s package is great, good discount. Hotel is also good for us. Room is ok, and big.
Reviewed On : 21 Jun`16
Best holiday city spot
by Usman Kannan
Shop, eat and enjoy the city. There are a number of malls to choose from like Bukit Bentag which has wholesale shopping and good restaurants. Pavilion is huge and has all ranges of shops. Petronas Towers visit one can see Suriya mall which is very expensive but. The Petronas Sky Bridge is good place to see the city, good views.
Reviewed On : 15 Apr`17
Nice clean city and safe too
by Wasim Amari
At Bukit Bentang walkway there are lot of policemen and they care for the safety of tourists which was quite impressive. We could safely enjoy in the evening the colorful atmosphere, eating and fun shopping. SuriyaKLCC is more expensive. Thean Hou temple is nice architecture and nice Chinese Garden with animal statues. Petronas Towers is good.
Reviewed On : 10 Apr`17
Malaysia Tour Packages
Malaysia an Insight
Malaysia is a melting hot pot of many cultures. On Malaysia holidays one comes across people of native Malay ethnicity along with Chinese, Indians and minority population of other nationals. Malaysia tour packages will take you to sprawling high end shopping malls, to quaint beach towns. It is the birthplace of not only natural wonders like the Durian fruit, Raffelesia the world’s biggest flower but also Petronas Towers a modern-day wonder.
For nature lovers Malaysia holidays can be spent adoring the corals reefs, the exotic marine life and the amusing houses of natives made on stilts in the sea, as in Semporna. Likewise, Malaysia tours in the various national parks will be rewarded with sightings of wild elephants, rhinos, leopards, and many more wild lives. For shopaholics, families and luxury seekers Genting Island, Kuala Lumpur and Malacca city are the ideal places to plan their Malaysia tour.
Holidayme.com and Malaysia
Malaysia counts amongst the most visited tourist destination in Asia. The customized holiday packages offered by Holidayme.com span from shopping destinations, entertainment resorts, beach towns to national parks. Oman, Ethiad, Quatar, Singapor and Saudi airlines are just a few choices offered out of the best airlines in Malaysia to customers. The choices of best hotels in Malaysia is offered according to one’s budget, priority locations to cut short travelling time while offering the best services.
Malaysia offers a mix of luxury resorts, natural wonders and heritage sites. Here is top sightseeing in Malaysia to consider:
Langkawi with its 99 islands, white sand beaches and hills with dense jungles is the top Malaysian sightseeing place.
Taman Negara National park is rife with wild animals like tigers, leopards, rhinos, elephants and is the oldest tropical rainforest.
George Town is a colonial charm sightseeing in Malaysia and still retains old shops and buildings.
Cameron Highlands are hills with tea plantations, breath-taking landscapes and numerous tranquil treks.
Sipadan is a diver’s delight Malaysian sightseeing which is made of live corals atop a volcanic mound.
Redang Island is so small that it can be covered on foot and has peaceful beaches and diverse marine life.
Bukit Bintang is a shopper’s delight with its huge malls, theme parks and numerous eating joints.
Gunung Gading National Park is home to Rafflesia, the world’s largest flower along with beaches, wildlife and trekking tours.
Melaka is the heritage centre of Malaysia and has numerous buildings and cafes serving traditional cuisine.
Genting Island is a fun family entertainment destination with theme parks, resorts and cable car rides.
Activities in Malaysia
Activities in Malaysia can border on adrenaline pumping to relaxing quietly on the beach. Here are few intriguing activities:
White water rafting in Selangor has difficulty levels as per the experience of the customers.
Snorkelling is amongst Malaysian activities which involves sports plus an opportunity to see the marine life.
Hot air ballooning in Putra Jaya and microlight in Kuala Lumpur are activities in Malaysia which give a chance to view the city and landscapes.
Caving are Malaysian activities for the brave hearts, as here one explores depths of caves like Batu, Gua Kelam, Gunung Reng and many more.
Trekking on Mount Kinabalu on the world’s longest iron road, the Via Ferrata.
Jungle trekking is conducted regularly in Taman Negara National Park.
Paragliding in Kuala Kubu Baru gives a fantastic view of the city outskirts.
Scooby doo rides in Kota Kinabalu are best for unexperienced swimmers.
What to eat in Malaysia
A tour to Malaysia is incomplete without tasting the mouth-watering rice and curry dishes. Here are a few of Malaysian food which one should savour:
Banana leaf rice is the most popular Malaysian food, where rice is served on a banan leaf with various meat or vegetable curies and accompaniments.
Nasi kerabu is an unusual but best food in Malaysia, where blue rice is served with chicken, eggs and fried kropok.
Assam Laksa is a rice noodle sour broth dish with fish and vegetable.
Nasi lemak is coconut rice served with prawn sambal, peanuts, cucumber slices, ayam rendang and is the best food in Malaysia to be eaten.
Sang Har Kway Teow are flat noodles cooked with prawns in a broth.
TG’s Nasi Kendar, Arabesque Express, Mosaic, Nasi Kandar Pelita in Kuala Lumpur are few good halal joints.
Currency – Ringgit
Capital – Kuala Lumpur
Languages Spoken – Malay
Time Zone – UTC+8
Calling Code – +60
Best Months to visit – November, February, and March
A holiday to Malaysia with HolidayMe typically ranges from
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