Great opportunity to explore Malaysia and Brunei! With this trip you will visit the exotic Brunei, the stunning beaches and landscapes of Lankgawi and Penang, explore of Southeast Asia’s biggest metropolis – Kuala Lumpur, and the nature in Borneo, in Sarawak and Sabah (including a stop in Tawau, the go-to airport to access the diver’s paradise island of Sipadan)!
Malaysia has been one of the hot destinations for many travellers due to its warm weather and the variety of options this country can offer: from the skyscrapers in the capital Kuala Lumpur, as the Petronas Towers, to fishing villages and amazing beaches. Kuala Lumpur has a lot to offer: the famous Sultan Abdul Samad Building in the city’s colonial quarter the colourful, Petaling Street market in Chinatown Kuala Lumpur or the indoor Aquaria KLCC oceanarium. Don’t forget the inevitable visit to the colossal standing Buddha image outside Batu Caves, enjoy the incredible fauna and flora of Borneo and save some days for island hopping in Tioman or Langwaki!
If you are wishing to take a break and spend few days immersed in beautiful natural places and wonderful beaches, this is your occasion!
This region of Borneo (known as East Malaysia) is practically untouched by the outside world. Trek across Kinabalu Park and enjoy the view of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Mount Kinabalu (4 096 m). Ride the North Borneo Railway train or head to Sipadan Island - one of the best dive sites in the world. Relax on the sandy beaches of Manukan Island and Sapi Island, just off the coast of Kota Kinabalu.
For incredible wildlife experience, stay in one of the wooden chalets along the Kinabatangan River to see the elephants, orangutans, Proboscis monkeys, cute little tarsiers, gibbons, slow lorises, freshwater sharks and dolphins, Sumatran rhinoceros and crocodiles. Nature lovers and eco-minded adventurers should also consider visiting Sepilok Orangutan Sanctuary, Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary, Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre or Turtle Island Park.
Look beneath the surface of this well-ordered and tightly regulated sultanate and you’ll see the underlying warmth of Brunei’s people and the wildness of its natural environment. Here magnificent mosques contrast with the charmingly haphazard water village, while the nearby mangrove forest is home to monkeys and crocodiles.
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London – Kuala Lumpur – Bandar Seri Begawan – Kota Kinabalu – Tawau (Sipadan Island) – Kuching – Langkawi – Penang – Kuala Lumpur – London
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In Kota Kinabalu you can stay at Hotel Sri Iskandar with good reviews. Rooms feature an ensuite bathroom and TV with satellite channels.
In Langkawi you can stay at the very well rated Season Inn Langkawi. Rooms feature air conditioning, ensuite bathroom and flat screen TV with satellite channels. Free WiFi available for all guests.
In Kuala Lumpur we recommend 5* Hilton Petaling Jaya with very good reviews. This luxurious hotel is located at just 15 minutes drive from central Kuala Lumpur, and features an outdoor pool and a spa. All rooms have ensuite bathroom, minibar and cable TV. Free parking is available.