Malaysia:-Through-bustling-cities-to-island-paradise

1-4,Kuching

Walk through the capital city of the state of Sarawak in Malaysia and you’ll soon see why this area is such a popular destination. A bustling city full of shops and food vendors, there’s plenty to explore. Don’t miss the Sarawak State Museum, but for something a little different, there are museums dedicated to cats, timber and textiles.

0h17m to Lemanak River

5-6,Lemanak River

Seize the opportunity to stay in traditional longhouse on a visit to the Lemanak River. Easily reached from Kuching and other Malaysian cities, a river safari delivers relaxation and invigoration in equal measure. Essential experiences include a hike through verdant forest, a taste of the local rice wine and a chance to see basket weavers in action.

3h55m to Batang Ai

7-8,Batang Ai

Offering some of the best wildlife spotting opportunities in the country, a trip to Borneo’s Batang Ai National Park gives you the chance to see the delightful orang-utan in its natural habitat. A boat trip in these parts will also uncover a world of beautiful and exotic flora.

4h11m to Kuching

9,Kuching

Walk through the capital city of the state of Sarawak in Malaysia and you’ll soon see why this area is such a popular destination. A bustling city full of shops and food vendors, there’s plenty to explore. Don’t miss the Sarawak State Museum, but for something a little different, there are museums dedicated to cats, timber and textiles.

4h11m to Kuching

1h40m to Kuala Lumpur

10,Kuala Lumpur

Be prepared to be wowed: the Malaysian capital buzzes with energy and excitement. Progress is rapid; if you’ve been before, you’ll be amazed by how the city has been transformed in such a short space of time. Essential stops on your KL itinerary include a visit to the Petronas Towers, the KL Tower, Chinatown, Aquaria KLCC and the city’s Bird Park. Just outside of the city, a trip to the Batu Caves is a rewarding day out.

4h11m to Kuching

1h40m to Kuala Lumpur

11-13,Tioman Island

Explore this small island off the east coast of Malaysia. Rated as one of the world’s most beautiful islands, its beaches famously featured as Bali Hai in the 1958 film South Pacific. In addition to a diverse selection of marine life, the area is also home to a vibrant inland rainforest punctuated by small-scale agricultural development.

4h11m to Kuching

1h40m to Kuala Lumpur

14,Kuala Lumpur

Be prepared to be wowed: the Malaysian capital buzzes with energy and excitement. Progress is rapid; if you’ve been before, you’ll be amazed by how the city has been transformed in such a short space of time. Essential stops on your KL itinerary include a visit to the Petronas Towers, the KL Tower, Chinatown, Aquaria KLCC and the city’s Bird Park. Just outside of the city, a trip to the Batu Caves is a rewarding day out.