With streets steeped in history and the capital Georgetown full of quaint colonial buildings alongside vast shopping malls – there is plenty for the luxury traveller...


Cool off on Langkawi holidays by seeking out the vast caves and crashing waterfalls hidden amongst the undergrowth. This island is full of abundant natural beauty and...


Go white-water rafting, visit the ancient tribes in their longhouses and be sure to hang with the orang-utans and monkeys in the jungle. Our range of luxury resorts...


A mythical beauty

A rich culture and a mythical country where modern culture meets traditional and where the people are always welcoming. This melting pot of cultures sees bustling cities flanked by lush tropical rainforest that is home to an amazing array of wildlife. 

Malaysia boasts a wealth of fascinating attractions. The capital itself, Kuala Lumpur, is a vibrant, cosmopolitan city featuring colonial architecture and lively markets. The Petaling Street nightmarket is particularly worth a visit with traditional street vendors food stalls. Modern shopping malls selling luxury brands are mainly based around the Bukit Bintang region of Kuala Lumar with stands out Pavilion KL and Suria KLCC.

The Cameron Highlands are home to lush plantations while Borneo, Langkawi and Penang offer sensational island escapes with white sandy beaches and luxury resorts where total escape and relaxation is guaranteed.  

Borneo features stunning scenery and seascapes with lush tropical forest.  The Shargi-La Rasa Ria Resort in Borneo includes its own nature reserve with its own resident Orang Utans.

The Island of Penang is home to immaculate white sandy beaches and sleepy fishing villages with the historic Georgetown now listed as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site.  

Langkawi, once the haunt of pirates now boasts a range of luxury resorts nestling on its golden sands.  Thick mangrove forest dominates the interior with brown eagles easily spotted in the blue sky overhead.  

Climate Guide

With two monsoon periods the best time to visit is late May until September which is much drier.

Temperature & Rainfall Guide

These figures show monthly average maximum temperatures and monthly average rainfall.

MonthTempRainfall (mm)
February34 47 
March34 91 
April34 169 
May34 256 
June32 218 
July32 233 
August31 249 
September31 339 
October31 344 
November32 215 
December32 94 

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