Skip to content
Please select your location:
Kek Lok Si Temple, Penang

Malaysia tours

Kek Lok Si Temple, Penang

These itineraries are designed to give you some suggestions for what is possible when you travel in Malaysia, and they showcase some of the routes that we've found work particularly well.

Malaysia tours

Malaysia tours

Filter tour ideas

Malaysia tours

Malaysia tours

Filter by destination

Filter by category

Summary  |  Detail
  • Street food in Malaysia

    Beaches & bites

    Malaysia and Thailand
    • Discover the multicultural cuisine of Penang.

    • Enjoy a local cooking class.

    • Relax on idyllic beaches in Langkawi and Koh Lipe.

    • Explore Malaysia and Thailand without internal flights.

    16 days from £3,185pp

  • Tioman Island, Malaysia

    Jungles & beaches of Malaysia & Borneo

    Malaysia and Borneo
    • Look out for Borneo's endemic proboscis monkeys in Bako National Park.

    • Try your skills with a blowpipe under the instruction of the Iban tribe.

    • Enjoy time in Kuala Lumpur, taking advantage of the superb food and shopping.

    • Relax and do nothing on the pristine beaches of Tioman Island.

    14 days from £3,550pp

  • Climbing Mount Kinabalu

    Borneo's rivers, mountains & beaches tour

    Malaysia and Borneo
    • Explore Malaysia's capital, Kuala Lumpur. An ever-changing city with delicious cuisine and contrasting architecture.

    • Journey into the wilds of Sabah, Borneo. Stay in a remote river lodge and undertake daily boat trips to discover the 'big five'.

    • Visit an orangutan and sun bear conservation outpost while staying at a relaxed forest lodge.

    • Climb to the summit of Malaysia's highest peak, Mount Kinabalu.

    • Relax, unwind and enjoy the facilities at the luxurious Shangri-La Rasa Ria beach resort.

    13 days from £3,865pp

  • Malacca

    Historical Malaysia & Singapore

    • See colonial architecture in the UNESCO city of Malacca that comes from the Portuguese, Dutch and British influence during the spice race.

    • Try the monorail in Kuala Lumpur during a guided walking tour of the city.

    • Visit Ipoh and take in dilapidated mansions and rubber plantations.

    • Soak up the sights, sounds and smells of the bustling UNESCO city of George Town.

    • Stroll around Chinatown and Little India in Singapore, and take in the colonial architecture dotted throughout the city.

    15 days from £4,130pp

  • Crab-eating macaque in Sabah

    Snapshot of Sabah

    Malaysia and Borneo
    • Unearth the heritage, food and contrasting architecture of Kuala Lumpur — one of Southeast Asia's most underrated cities.

    • Embark on a two-day adventure along Borneo's Kinabatangan River where you will have the opportunity to spot much of the region's wildlife.

    • Journey deep into the heart of Borneo and enjoy a couple of days at the renowned Borneo Rainforest Lodge.

    • End your stay in Sabah's capital Kota Kinabalu, home to stunning sunsets and gateway to some of the region's best cuisine.

    11 days from £4,400pp


Some of our favourite travel guides


Honeymoons in Malaysia

Southeast Asia specialist Jess shares her suggestions for a honeymoon in Malaysia that balances private-island relaxation with history, wildlife-spotting in the jungle, and the buzz of city life.

View this travel guide
Tea plantation in the Cameron Highlands

Malaysia family holidays: exploring Peninsular Malaysia

Malaysia specialist Katie explains why she feels Peninsular Malaysia is an ideal destination for a family holiday, recounting her own journeys there. She pinpoints some of the best experiences for children, from jungle quests to inner-city adventures.

View this travel guide
Cameron Highlands, Malaysia

A fusion of cultures: our highlights of Malaysia guide

A street-food tour in George Town, or a cooking lesson in Malacca? Specialist Shannon highlights her key experiences in Malaysia, from major sights like the capital Kuala Lumpur to remote private-island beaches.

View this travel guide
Kuala Lumpur cityscape

Luxury holidays in Malaysia

Fine-dining in a cave, private cooking classes, and your own geothermal hot spring... Malaysia specialist Robert shares his suggestions for the most comfortable stays and exclusive experiences in the country, from inner-city Kuala Lumpur to the beaches of Langkawi.

View this travel guide