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Offering an exotic mix of Malay, Chinese, British and Indian cultures, this fascinating destination exudes a harmonious and hospitable ambience not to mention it’s incredibly diverse culture, cuisine and offerings.

The destination

Malaysia perfectly demonstrates the incredible variety of Southeast Asia in it’s intriguing mix of wealthy, ever-expanding metropolises to tranquil rural villages, paradise beaches and dense tropical rainforests.

Divided by 330 miles of South China Sea, Malaysia is a nation of two halves. For those dreaming of native tribes living in primitive tribal longhouses and resident orang-utans head east to the magical states of Sarawak and Sabah in Malaysian Borneo - an adventurer’s paradise, a naturalist’s heaven and a beach lover’s dream all wrapped up in a package of lush green landscapes bounded by an underwater world to rivals the earth’s finest. 

Navigate east and you are at the gateway of Malaysia – Kuala Lumpar – once just a small Chinese mining town this has grown to become a popular destination not only as a stop over but those in search of iconic architecture and exquisite shopping malls juxtaposing against traditional street markets and colonial architecture. A city gracefully emerging into the modern world whilst maintaining it’s long held traditions.

Away from the rigours of city life and roughly 18 miles from the northwest coast of the Malay Peninsular lies Langkawi. Made up of 99 islands, with just two of which are inhabited, lies some of the worlds most spectacular beaches – one of which being the exquisitely secluded Datai Bay which plays host to one of the island’s most luxurious resorts – The Datai.

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Top tips

  • Foodies will be in their element with a wide range of Asian Cuisine on offer
  • Scuba diving in Malaysia is regarded as some of the best in the world
  • Sightseeing in Kuala Lumpur
  • Explore national parks and ancient rainforests

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