Whether you are traveling with friends or family, there is no end of cultural wonderment and fascinating heritage to explore in Malaysia.
To uncover Asia’s most impressive colonial architecture look no further than our heritage walk in Ipoh City. We take guests on a fascinating cultural and heritage walk through Malaysia’s historical centers. The itinerary commences in Ipoh City, a destination that has transformed over a period of 130 years from a sleepy Malay village into a bustling metropolis holding the title of Malaysia’s fourth largest city.
Hop into a Land Rover and cruise along picturesque rolling tea gardens to 6,666 feet above sea level at The Gunung Brinchang. Our expert guides explain production here while guests enjoy breathtaking views of the tea garden of Malaysia, known as the Cameron Highlands.
Visit the longhouses that are the traditional dwellings of many of the native people here such as the Iban, Bidayuh and Orang Ulu. A longhouse is a terraced street of separate dwellings covered by one roof.
Visit the Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre, situated in the Kabili-Sepilok Forest Reserve. Learn about the rehabilitation of young or strayed orangutans before taking an elevated boardwalk through the lowland rainforest to the viewing platform where orphaned orangutans will be fed.
Nature watching cruises, soft adventure hiking or simply relaxing from a wooden balcony and taking in the spectacular views are available to those who visit. Its unique cultures, dazzling array of wildlife, intriguing tribes and sublime terrain make Sabah a must visit destination.Sabah has been voted one of the world’s top diving locations.