Malaysia - a land of many different cultures, natural wonders and attractions - a melting pot of races and religions where Malays, Indians, Chinese and others live together in peace and harmony. Blessed with natural wonders galore, it is perfect for a memorable eco-holiday. With some of the best beaches and diving spots in the world, Malaysia is ideal for Paradise Island getaways.

Championship Golf courses are in abundance as are health & beauty treatment spa’s. A stop over in the capital Kuala Lumpur will afford one the opportunity to shop in some of the finest shopping malls worldwide with bargains galore. Air transport in and around Malaysia is convenient and inexpensive. Not to be missed are the islands of Langkawi, Pangkor Island & Kota Kinabalu. The East Coast experiences heavy rain in December & January. In Langkawi most rain falls from July to October.

Festivals include: Sabah Fest in early May; Rainforest World Music Festival in mid June; Langkawi One Earth Music Festival 2nd week in November.




The Island of Langkawi

Langkawi comprises of 99 tropical islands, nestled off the coast of Kedah state in the far north-west of Peninsular Malaysia. A few km away lies the coastline and Islands of Thailand. Beyond its idyllic beaches, you will be impressed by its world-class infrastructure and facilities such as an international airport, marinas, budget and luxury hotels, golf courses and, as it is a duty-free zone, excellent shopping! Spoil yourself at any of the wellness centres and health and beauty spa’s.

Pulau Langkawi, noted for its legends and beautiful views, is the largest and most developed in the group. It has excellent beaches, abundant marine life and offers an idyllic retreat from the urban jungle.

The best months to visit are November  –  May.


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Pangkor Island


Pangkor Island - meaning beautiful Island - with its quaint mix of fishing settlements and luxury resorts, is a fascinating holiday destination. Situated a short ferry ride from Lamut on the North West coast of Malaysia in the Straits of Malacca, it offers the visitor the chance to live near fishermen and observe their lifestyle, or to simply enjoy the fine beaches.


Pangkor's two popular beach areas of Pasir Bogak and Teluk Nipah offer sun and sea enthusiasts activities such as scuba diving, snorkelling, wind-surfing, jet skis and fishing trips out at sea. Jungle trekking is another popular pastime. If you take a walk along the beach, you are sure to find a "Sand Dollar". Health and beauty spa treatments are available while golfers will have to take a ferry across to the mainland. Seafood is abundant and there are bargains a plenty in the village shops.

The best months to visit are December - May. 




Kota Kinabalu

Kota Kinabalu   is blessed with natural diversity, unique cultures, adventure, beautiful beaches and diving. Mount Kinabalu, home of the Orang-utan and Proboscis Monkey forms the backdrop to this exotic destination.  Besides the beaches and diving, golfing, jungle trekking, white water rafting, and mountain climbing will keep the family busy.

A few minutes by ferry will bring you to Manukan Island. This quiet, tropical Island has a great beach and good diving and snorkelling. Best months to visit are December - May, however KK is generally considered to be an all year round destination.



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