Charlie and Clare have a wealth of travel experience and a particular passion for South East Asia. Both have recently returned from a trip to both Malaysian and Indonesian Borneo which has only served to enhance their love for this part of the world. If, on the other hand, spending some time with orang-utans is your prime objective on your holiday to Malaysia then we definitely have the right expertise not least because of our very close relationship with the Orang-utan Foundation.
Malaysia's diverse cultural history has led to an open-minded approach to tourism and with a melting pot of Malay, Chinese, Indian as well as indigenous tribes you are treated to varied architecture, culture and of course delicious cuisines. From the skyscrapers and modernity of Kuala Lumpur to the dense rainforests of both Borneo and the mainland, Malaysia encapsulates South-East Asia in its entirety.
Synonymous with the mystery of the Far East, Malaysia still conjures visions of rubber trees, sultans, jungles, pirates, head-hunters and exotic beaches but while the pirates and head-hunters have largely retired, the rest remains. The endless glorious beaches tend to be the initial lure of Malaysia where some truly sensational resorts will cater and pamper to your every need. Explore further and you find colonial hill stations, dense primary rainforest, tea plantations and some fascinating wildlife which, of course, includes the endearing orang-utan. In addition there are the UNESCO sites of George Town and Malacca where four centuries of European influence have left churches, forts, houses and grandiose administrative buildings.
A private yacht charter to Cruise through the pristine islands of Sipidan with world-class diving and turtle nesting.
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WHEN TO GO
Best of Malaysian Borneo
15 days from £2,995pp
Family Adventure- Islands and Jungles of Malaysia
wildlife group tour
Indonesian Borneo - Orangutan Conservation Tour
12 days from £2,995pp
Four Seasons Resort Langkawi
Free nights and dinner
Gaya Island Resort
Stay and Save in 2015
Pangkor Laut Resort