An exciting blend of lush rainforest, tropical beaches and ultra-modern cities, Malaysia is packed with incredible wildlife and fascinating heritage. Cleaved in two by the South China Sea, it’s a veritable melting pot of Malay, Chinese and Indian cultures that will inspire the whole family.

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Where to Go in Malaysia

The Malaysian peninsula is home to the ever-expanding metropolis of Kuala Lumpur, misty tea plantations and idyllic beaches that seem to have been made for relaxation.

Just off the northern tip of the peninsula, with Sumatra to the west and Thailand close by to the north, Langkawi is a gentle tropical island paradise surrounded by an emerald sea. A mixture of picturesque paddy fields, sheer craggy limestone mountains, impenetrable jungle and mangrove swamps, it boasts the Kilim Karst Geoforest Park, Asia’s first Unesco Geopark.

Dominated by towering Mount Kinabulu, Malaysian Borneo hosts wild jungles of orangutans and jagged granite peaks. Its remote tribes go about their lives much as they have always done, in sync with their pristine surroundings.

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When to go

Malaysia has a classic equatorial climate with high temperatures and rainfall throughout the year. Temperatures at sea level are generally in the late 20s, whilst at higher elevations, it is much cooler. The wet season in the west generally runs from April-October and brings thunderstorms in the afternoons, which are usually brief and help clear the humidity. The east coast, however, tends to have a heavier wet season and is best avoided during the rainy period of November-February.

Malaysia temperature chart

Travel Essentials

Flights: Malaysian Airlines offer direct flights to Kuala Lumpur, taking approximately 13 hours, with other airlines also flying non-direct.
Typical carbon emissions for a return flight to Kuala Lumpar (Economy) per person: 4.25 tonnes.

Time Zone: GMT + 8

Local Currency:
Malaysian Ringgit

Capital City: Kuala Lumpur

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