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Malaysia

Malaysia

  • Langkawi Island Malaysia
  • Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur
  • Kuala Lumpur City Skyline Malaysia
  • The Datai Langkawi Malaysia
  • Holidays in Kuala Lumpur
  • Dining in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

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Luxury Holidays in Malaysia with Only Exclusive Travel

Malaysia is bubbling and bustling with a myriad of races and religions that live together in peace and harmony. Experience the country’s alluring wonders – colourful festivals, breathtaking skyscrapers, charming heritage buildings, enchanting islands and beaches, as well as Taman Negara, a million-year-old rainforest with fascinating flora and fauna.

Visit a land steeped in history and wisdom. Traders from India and China that arrived early in Malaysian history contributed to a strong Indian and Chinese influence on the local cultures; the people of the Malay Peninsula adopted the religions of Hinduism and Buddhism, whilst some regions have more Islamic or Christian allegiances. Diversity is the word. Meet the warm and friendly people and enjoy world-class facilities. Marvel at the bewildering range of duty-free shopping delights and tempt your palate with mouth-watering delicacies.

Luxury Malaysia Resorts

Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia’s capital city is economically growing, and exists as the most populous city in the country. Share the same vibrant urban environment as the royals (King Istana Negara lives in the city) and stand below the looming, iconic landmark, the Petronas Twin Towers. If Kuala Lumpur sounds appealing, why not stay in one of the most luxurious 5 star resorts in Malaysia, the Mandarin Oriental hotel, which overlooks the stunning towers and the electric city beneath.

Langkawi
If you’re looking for an exclusive holiday in Malaysia that is away from the daily hustle and bustle of city life, the Island of Langkawi holds a real gem: The Datai. Langkawi, known as the Jewel of Kedah, is an archipelago of islands just off the shore of north-west Malaysia, and offers azure waters, delicate sandy beaches and rich greenery for you to gaze upon. Lose yourself at The Datai Langkawi in Malaysia.

Bursting with colour, pulsating with life, Malaysia awaits you.

Luxury OffersOffers

Stay Longer Promotion - Four Seasons Langkawi

Stay between 5 and 14 nights and receive up to 20% discount off the room rate.

Call 0161 233 0110 for pricing details

9 Jan 2017 - 21 Dec 2017

Early Bird Promotion - Four Seasons Langkawi

Book up to 180 days prior to arrival and receive up to 15% discount on the rates.

Call 0161 233 0110 for pricing details

9 Jan 2017 - 21 Dec 2017

Honeymoon Offer - Four Seasons Langkawi

Book a minimum of 5 nights and receive a bouquet of flowers, a bottle of champagne, a romantic bath set up with candles and flowers once during stay, 60 minutes SPA couples ritual Signature treatments once during stay.

Call 0161 233 0110 for pricing details

9 Jan 2017 - 21 Dec 2017

Weather

Malaysia has a tropical climate with warm weather all year round and temperatures ranging from 21 - 32 degrees celsius. The wet season, monsoon, is from April to October making the best time to visit from November to March. The months from May to September are also considered an ideal time to visit.

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Activities

Malaysia. A place that successfully marries tranquil beaches with luscious wildlife for you to get to know, and a fast-paced glamorous city, has everything you could ever wish for. Take a look at our collection of activities in Malaysia for all the family.

Beaches

Beaches

When staying on Langkawi Island off the shore of Malaysia, you are more or less always within a short distance of a glorious beach. Refreshingly cool, yet warmly relaxing waters surrounded by ribbons of sandy shorelines welcome any holiday-maker. Why not expand your horizons and visit the black sand beach of the fishing villages.

Countryside & Wildlife

Countryside & Wildlife

Malaysia boasts the world’s tallest tropical tree species, the tualang, the world’s largest flower, the rafflesia, and a host of other unique flora and fauna due to the tropical rainforest biodiversity. Tigers, orang-utans, pheasants, woodpeckers, cobras, leatherback turtles, rhinos, elephants and many other life-forms dwell on the impressive land.

Fishing

Fishing

An angler’s paradise, you can learn the indigenous method of fishing by tossing a net into the fish-abundant waters, or try to catch a marine giant through your own methods. Whichever your preference, you have the opportunity to hook yourself groupers, snappers, sailfish, the famous black marlin, mackerels, and dolphinfish. Try your hand at game fishing for a chance to see a whopping 250kg black marlin.

Golf

Golf

Kuala Lumpur boasts two vast golf courses, located in the same vicinity as the Madarin Oriental. Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club, located in the centre of the city, is an oasis of elegant relaxation within a context of serene landscaping and great sport.

Helicopter Tours

Helicopter Tours

30 minute and hour-long helicopter tours can be arranged around Langkawi and Kuala Lumpur, respectively, for a range of prices per group. See the sights from a different perspective and be equally as in awe.

Nightlife

Nightlife

Kuala Lumpur holds the crown for vibrant nightlife in Malaysia. With a Hard Rock Cafe, Reggae Bar, Planet Hollywood, Thai Club, Skybar, Patronas Twin Towers, Chinatown and much more, you won’t be stuck for venues for your night out. Watch the fountains by the towers erupt with life as crowds gather, after enjoying a delectable meal.

Watersports

Watersports

With multiple sailing schools and designated sailing areas in Malaysia, the area has glorious waters for sailors. Head across the South China Sea all year around, or sail from the most popular sailing areas: Langkawi and Tioman.

Shopping

Shopping

From Bazaars to high-end fashion boutiques, shopping in Malaysia is diverse. The Bintang Walk in Kuala Lumpur has various shopping outlets located nearby, including The Pavilion, Starhill Gallery and Berjaya Times Square to name a few. Fashion stores, cosmetics shops, designer outlets and more are available to you at these malls.

Landmarks

Landmarks

One of the most iconic landmarks and holiday attractions when staying in Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia comes in the form of the Two Petronas Towers. Emulating an 'M' shape, for Malaysia, it is part of the patriotism of Malaysia and is definitely a sight worth seeing.

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