Travel to Malaysia. A myriad of Asian Cultures – and More – All in One Place!

One of the world’s top holiday destinations, Malaysia is filled with a wide variety of unique attractions. Whatever your definition of a fulfilling holiday, Malaysia has all the necessary elements – pristine beaches and breathtaking islands, a rich tapestry of cultures and history, well-preserved heritage treasures, world-class modern facilities, a fascinating collection of flora and fauna, lush and well-maintained nature reserves, a delightful array of mouth-watering cuisine and a long list of shopping hotspots – Malaysia will leave you wanting for more.

But do not just take our word for it. Come and discover the many wonders of Malaysia and peel the many layers of this fascinating country. Be prepared to be amazed, because there is just so much more to Malaysia than meets the eye.

Good Things to Know About Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia’s capital city, Kuala Lumpur is a fast growing metropolis which always impress visitors with its unique charm and characters. See the contrast between the Indo-Moorish architecture and the ultra modern edifices, the new King’s Palace, the National Monument, the beautiful Lake Gardens and the National Mosque. Visit National Museum, view the old Moorish style Railway Station and the Independence Square. At the city centre, photo stops at Petronas Twin-Tower – still the tallest twin building in the world. Tour also include a quick stop at the Malaysia Chocolate Boutique.

Make sure to include these things to do when in Kuala Lumpur!

Head to multiple Kuala Lumpur attractions, making photo stops at the King’s Palace — a symbol of Malaysian sovereignty — as well as Merdeka Square (aka Independence Square), which features a panorama of fascinating buildings in an array of architectural styles.

Gaze up at the Islamic geometric patterns on the 88-story Petronas Twin Towers, whose multifaceted walls and twin spires contain thousands of steel and glass panels.

Dine at the hawker stalls and seafood restaurants, Jalan Alor is one of the most famous roads in Kuala Lumpur for food.

Malaysia is a great place to play golf as it has a lot of land space and enjoys great weather all year long!

Royal Selangor Golf Club-Highly Recommended!

This is the oldest golf course in Malaysia which has been around for about 100 years now. This club is open only for members and with a location in Bukit Bintang, this course has two 18 and 9 holes courses respectively. It was once used for the Malaysian Open and is

considered as one of the most prestigious golf clubs in Malaysia due to its rich history and the fact that it has been used by royalties and renowned people in the country.

Saujana Golf & Country Club-Highly Recommended!

Located in the Klang Valley, the Saujana Golf and Country Club is considered as one of the most luxurious golf clubs in Malaysia. This course is designed with some very narrow fairways and bunkers that make the game really challenging. The Saujana Palm Course has played host to the prestigious Malaysia Open seven times and was also given the honor to become the first golf course in Asia to host the inaugural European & Asia PGA Tour event. Nicknamed “the Cobra”, the Palm Course is widely acknowledged as the toughest in the country with its tight, palm-lined fairways and fast tricky greens.