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Is a Malaysia trip on your 2024 bucket list? Known for skyscraper buildings, dense jungles, balmy beaches, and lip-...

Is a Malaysia trip on your 2024 bucket list? Known for skyscraper buildings, dense jungles, balmy beaches, and lip-smacking cuisines; Malaysia is an ideal tourist destination. Explore the multiracial culture of Southeast Asia with a blend of modernity with BookYourOwn’s Malaysia travel packages.  We offer 40+ tour packages to Malaysia with or without flights at unbeatable prices and additional discounts.


Book our Malaysia packages for a family featuring extensive activities such as water sports, hiking, visits to theme parks, and ancient temples with rich gastronomic experiences. Our tailor-made romantic Malaysia packages for couples are ideal for honeymooners to spend some quality time with their partners in exotic locations. 


We offer direct flights for our Malaysia packages from almost all the cities such as  Delhi, Chennai, Bangalore, Kolkata, Mumbai, etc. Escape to Kuala Lumpur, George Town, or Alor Setar with our luxury Malaysia packages offering stays in private resorts, meals, and experienced guides for sightseeing. Choose the right Malaysia vacation packages that suit your preferences, time, and budget. 


Whether you are planning a Malaysia trip with friends, kids, or parents; BookYourOwn provides the best solutions for a successful Malaysia trip plan. We’ll take care of every little detail from the customized itinerary, the best places to visit in Malaysia to the top things to do in Malaysia. 


Your only task is to pack your bags and get set for an incredible trip to Malaysia- Truly Asia!

Malaysia-The Melting Pot of Different Cultures

Book Malaysia tour packages to visit a country with diverse cultures, races (Indians, Chinese, Malays), and indigenous groups living together. Malaysia is located in southeast Asia with Malay as the majority of the population. The beautiful country is divided into two parts Peninsula Malaysia and East Malaysia by the South China Sea. Malaysia is among the most popular tourist destinations in the world due to its affordability and accessibility. The tropical environment, geographic location, exotic Islands, traditions, and multicultural cuisines have always attracted tourists from Singapore, Thailand, India, Brunei, and Indonesia.


Explore our wide range of Malaysia packages, or book our travelers’ favorite Singapore-Malaysia packages available at unbeatable prices. 


Malaysia is no less than a continent with one part in Asia and the other on Borneo Island. The country showcases tropical rainforests with rich flora & fauna, incredible wildlife, picturesque beaches, mountain ranges, skyscrapers, and the rich culture of tribal groups. Whether you are a nature explorer, adventure enthusiast, honeymoon couple, or solo traveler; Malaysia has a lot to offer for every kind of traveler. 


You can book our Singapore-Malaysia family package to captivate beautiful moments in pristine locations and visit museums, theme parks, and popular dining spots. Many honeymooners from India prefer Malaysia travel to explore beaches, vibrant marine life, a variety of local cuisines, and shopping destinations, and spend alone time in the solace of nature. BookYourOwn’s Malaysia honeymoon package are available at special discounts. 


If you are planning to book a Malaysia tour package in February, it is probably the best time to experience the warm hospitality, trek in lush rainforests, and vibrant festivals including Chinese New Year, and Thaipusam. 

The Best time to visit Malaysia

As mentioned earlier, Malaysia is situated close to the equator, and divided into two regions, Although the temperature remains hot, humid, and wet throughout the year with a slight variation in the rainy season. Ensure to carry umbrellas irrespective of the season you are planning to book Malaysia holiday packages, as the rains are pretty normal to occur here. 


Still, the best time to visit the East Coast is April to October and West Coast is from December to March. Book a Malaysia travel package after the rainy season to embrace the lush green views of the countryside, and cascading waterfalls. If you wish to visit Borneo Island on your Malaysia tour package, March to October is probably the best time. 


Looking for affordable Malaysia tour packages? We suggest planning a Malaysia trip in the off-season i.e. from March to June. The advantage is best hotels are available at low price, and you can comfortably access the top attractions like the Twin Towers, and Batu Caves.

How to reach Malaysia?

Air Route:

Travelers can choose to reach Malaysia via air, road, or sea from India. Malaysian Airlines offers direct and pocket-friendly flights to Kuala Lumpur from major cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Amritsar, Cochin, and Tiruchirappalli. So, the Air route is probably the fastest and cheapest way to reach Malaysia.


Many other Airlines like Malindo, Air India, Air Asia, and  Indigo offer direct daily flights to three of Malaysia’s international airports including


  • Senai International Airport
  • Kota Kinabalu International Airport
  • Kuala Lumpur International Airport

Rail Route:

KTM (Keretapi Tanah Melayu) is the Malayan Railway service that connects Thailand, and Singapore to Malaysia. To reach Malaysia via Trains, you’ll have to board a train from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur. It takes around 8 to 10 hours. Unfortunately, no train route is available for Indian tourists.


Road Route

Daily Bus services are available only for tourists in Indonesia, Thailand, and Singapore. There is no possibility of a road route for Indian tourists. 


Sea Route:

You can also reach Malaysia by luxury cruise, ships, or ferries from Thailand, Sumatra, and Indonesia. Indian travelers will have to reach any of these places to enjoy the scenic sea views. 

Best Places to Visit in Malaysia Tourism

Need some time to relax, refresh, and rejuvenate? BookYourOwn’s  Malaysia tour packages are perfect for a family getaway, a friend reunion, or a romantic trip for couples. Our Malaysia travel packages include a tour of some of the most popular places in Malaysia. Check below:


1. Kuala Lumpur: The Busiest Capital City of Malaysia

If you are booking a Malaysia tour package for the first time, the capital city is worth visiting and spending money on. You need at least 2-3 days to explore Kuala Lumpur at its best.  Kuala Lumpur is one of the most expensive cities for expats in Asia, but it has lots of places to see and things to do for free. Kuala Lumpur is home to Petronas Twin Towers, and Golden Triangle, and many July to August is the best time to embrace the beauty of Kuala Lumpur as the temperature is moderate, and there are fewer chances of rain. You can buy local handicrafts to branded items in the chaotic central market, or visit the Chowkit market to delight your tastebuds with local cuisines.


2. Langkawi- An exotic holiday Destination

Langkawi is Malaysia’s tropical island with a plethora of beaches (Phi-Phi, Krabi, etc.) adventure sports, and lip-smacking food items. Langkawi is a legendary tourist attraction that you must visit to enjoy lavish accommodations at value-for-money prices. Malaysia's trip is incomplete without exploring Nature & Wildlife in the popular geoparks of Southeast Asia, an underwater aquarium, and a visit to Sky Bridge which is the world’s longest curved suspension bridge. Langkawi is a haven for shopaholics as they can buy their favorite brands at duty-free prices. Plan a tour to Langkawi Malaysia in the dry season i.e. from November to March or April to July. 


3. Genting Highlands: Resorts World Genting

Located at an elevation of 1740 meters, Genting Highlands is only an hour's distance from Kuala Lumpur, Genting is an enchanting hill station enclosed in ancient rainforests which are about 100 million years old. You can book our Singapore-Malysia tour packages to visit Genting which is also popular for its vibrant nightlife. Spend some fun money in casinos, or take fun rides with your family in Pahang’s theme park, we guarantee you’ll have the best time of your Malaysia travel. Did you know that gambling is legal in Genting? 


4. Penang: Home to UNESCO World Heritage Site

Penang Island is popular for several reasons including the  British colonial architecture, George Town (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), the sandy beaches of Tanjung Bungah, and hawker food. Take a leisure rickshaw ride to view the heritage buildings, bustling markets, and ancient Chinese and Indian temples in Old George Town. This captivating destination showcasing the natural beauty, and rich cultural heritage is worth visiting. Plan your visit to Penang between November to January as the weather is favorable for sightseeing.


5. Kota Kinabalu

Sitting on the shores of the South China Sea, Kota Kinabalu boasts tropical rainforests, idyllic beaches, crystal clear water, and the world's highest trekkable mountain peaks. Kota Kinabalu is a must-visit place on Malaysia tour packages for all kinds of travelers. Whether you are a nature or adventure enthusiast ensure to explore the Mount Kinabalu Park Botanical Garden adorning the beauty of unspoiled nature. Kota Kinabalu looks at its best from December to April plus you can try mountain climbing, river rafting, or join the deep sea fishing excursions. You can also explore the Gaya Street Sunday market to buy souvenirs for your loved ones.


6. Malacca

Also referred to as Melaka, Malacca is amongst the fourth Malaysian cities with no heritage monarchies, and still has been acknowledged as a  UNESCO World Heritage Site. Malacca is known for its colonial architecture influenced by the British, Portuguese, and Dutch. The city is filled with tourist attractions like Jonker Street, Dutch Square, Baba & Nyonya Heritage Museum, ancient Buddhist temples, Christ Church, and many others. Malacca has also played a pivotal role in world history and is home to diverse communities including Arabs, Chinese, Indians, and Javanese. Malaysia holiday packages are incomplete without a visit to Malacca.


7. Johor Bahru (JB)

Johor Bahru is the fastest growing and borderline city between Singapore and Malaysia. This historical city of Malaysia is famous for the Sultan Abu Bakar State Mosque,  Legoland theme park, Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman Glass Temple, and  Old Johor Chinese Temple. You can explore Johor Bahru with our Malaysia-Singapore holiday package. There are lots of things to do in Johar Bahru from relaxing at beaches, and parks, experiencing nightlife, shopping, and dining to trying international cuisines at the city’s popular restaurants.


8. Ipoh: A Gateway to Cameron Highlands

Concubine Lake, Kellie’s Castle, Perak Cave temple, Lost World of Tambun, and Ho Yon Hor Museum are some of the top tourist attractions in Ipoh. Located in Perak, Ipoh is known as the charming sleepy town of Malaysia due to its astounding natural beauty, pleasant weather, street artwork, rich culture, and food. Be ready to capture some candid shots on streets with pretty backdrops. You can buy local snack souvenirs such as rainbow cheese toast, Tau-Fu-Fa, or other popular eateries. Ipoh's old buildings with Murals paintings adorn the beauty of the city. The weather from January to April is usually mild and dry, thus making it an ideal time to explore Ipoh. Book our Malaysia tour packages to visit Ipoh for an authentic Malaysian experience.

Some Other Popular Malaysia Attractions

1. Petronas Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur:

The interlinked twin towers are supertall skyscrapers that are 1483 meters high and 88-storey.  Petronas Twin Towers are one of the historical landmarks of Malaysia and were declared the world's tallest building in 1996 until Willis Tower, Chicago surpassed the record. Petronas is the oil company of Malaysia that has an office inside the Twin Towers. The towers are joined by two-story sky bridges on 41 and 42 floors. Choose any of our Malaysia tour packages to explore the various shopping malls, vibrant cafes, Suria KLCC, and Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra located inside the towers.


2. Batu Caves, Kuala Lumpur

Batu Caves are about 400 million years old and showcase various idols, statues, and Hindu paintings in art gallery caves, and limestone formations. It's a Mogote that houses many small caves and a giant gold statue of Hindu lord Murugan which is about 140 feet high. Plan a Malaysia trip in February to mark your presence in Thaipusam, a grand Hindu festival that is celebrated with great devotion inside the Batu caves. Ensure to visit the three major caves including Cathedral Cave, Museum Cave, and Art Gallery Cave located inside the Batu Caves. 


3. Kuala Lumpur Tower- 7th highest tallest tower in the World

Built in 1991, KL Tower is one of the highest skyscrapers (421 meters) in Malaysia reflecting the architecture inspired by the Persian and Malaysian cultures. Make sure to visit Kuala Lumpur Tower to experience the stunning 360-degree view of the vibrant city from the observation deck. KL Tower also features a revolving restaurant( 282 meters high) for a fine and unique dining experience. 


4. Langkawi Sky Cab & Sky Bridge:

Enjoy the exciting sky ride with a glass bottom to add some romantic vibes to your Malaysia honeymoon package. Nestled in the foothills of the Machincang mountain, the cable car hovers over the lush green forests, and 550 million years old rocks with stunning 360-degree views of skyline, hilltops, waterfalls, and panoramic Islands. The 124-meter-long skybridge hangs at an altitude of 2300 meters Do buy some souvenirs from the Top cable car station to take back home for an unforgettable experience. Keep your camera focused to capture some striking shots. 


5. Sunway Lagoon Theme Park, Petaling Jaya

This marvelous theme park is a harbor for families and travelers seeking some fun and adventure. Sunway Lagoon Park is segmented into different areas including an Amusement park, Water park, a Scream Park with zombies, pirate ships, a Wildlife park, and an Extreme park with a flying fox ride. You can plan a day trip on your Malaysia tour package for uninterrupted enjoyment, entertainment, and excitement. 


6. Bako National Park, Kuching, Sarawak

Unfold nature at its best in the Bako National Park showcasing rich fauna & flora, tropical rainforests, calm beaches, and shimmering waterfalls.  Delight in the diversity of carnivorous plants (sundews, bladderworts, etc.), and rare species of animals like silver langur, Bornean bearded pigs, wild orangutans, and monitor lizards. Bako National Park is kept open every day from 8.00 am to 5.00 pm. Travelers can opt to embark on short treks inside the park.


7. Aquaria KLCC, Kuala Lumpur

The underwater KLCC aquarium is among the top tourist attractions in Kuala Lumpur, and the largest oceanarium in Malaysia. This marine kingdom houses over 5000 rare sea species such as Sand Tiger Sharks, Green Sea Turtles, Seahorses, Coral Fish, and Blue rays. Tourists are also allowed to feed fish and dive along with the sharks for a thrilling experience. If you want to make your Malaysia trip memorable, then you can’t afford to miss Aquaria KLCC on the Malaysia tour package.

Must-try Local Cuisines in Malaysia Tourism

Malaysia is a multi-faceted country with diverse communities of Malays, Indians, and Chinese, and hence the diverse delicacies rich in taste. Culinary adventure is one of the major reasons that many travelers consider when planning a Malaysia trip. Check below the list of mouth-watering dishes that truly epitomize Malaysian Cuisine. 


1. Nasi Lemak:  In simple words, Nasi Lemak refers to butter rice. It's a healthy Malay dish consisting of white rice, boiled eggs, cucumber, dry anchovies, and almonds. Nasi Lemak is served on banana leaves with a special spicy sambal sauce. This quintessential dish represents the Malay community and is available on both streetsides and restaurants.


2. CHAR KOAY TEOW: It's a typical Malaysian cuisine with flat-fried noodles as the major ingredient. It is served with sprouts, lettuce, eggs, or seafood. The ingredients may differ depending on the region you are visiting on the Malaysian tour package. Char Koay Teow is a local specialty of Penang Island and is available on every food corner. 


3. Tandoori Chicken: A non-vegetarian meal is incomplete without the Tandoori Chicken feast. Inspired by Indian Cuisine, Malaysian Tandoori chicken is steamed and cooked in a bread oven with a coating of aromatic spices until it gets crunchier from the outside. The tender and juicy chicken is served hot with onions, lemon, and a spicy and tangy dip sauce. Tiger Beer is a favorite beverage of localities that you can also order along with Tandoori Chicken.


4. Satay: It's a barbeque feast for all the non-vegetarians looking to try some scrumptious food. Satay is roasted chicken, beef, lamb, and even cow intestines on a fire grill. Satay is known for its exclusive tangy peanut sauce which is served with roasted meat of your choice. Squid Satay is another variation that is available on almost every stall in the Malaysian Coastline. 


Nasi Dagang, Roti Canai, AIS Kacang, ROJAK, Laksa, and Rendang are some of the timeless Malaysian Cuisines that you must try on your Malaysian travel.  When booking our Malaysia tour package, you can also add a visit to Chinese-Malay ‘Nonya’ fare that features a variety of Indian, Western, Malay, Dayak, and Chinese buffets.

Best things to do in Malaysia Tourism

1. Boating in Mallaca River & Jonker Street

How about a scenic boat tour with your loved ones along the Melanka river line during sunset?  Explore the rich culture heritage, and mural arts on a peaceful escape. Malacca and Jonker Street are known for hawker food stalls, antique shops, and local markets where you can buy everything from apparel, and accessories to local handicrafts. 


2. Dining in Revolving Restaurant, KL

The revolving restaurant (Atmosphere 360 restaurant) is located in Menara, Kuala Lumpur. Add a visit to this one-of-a-kind restaurant in your Malaysia honeymoon package for a fine dining experience with your spouse. Enjoy the light background music, and scenic view of the beautiful city while you enjoy the lip-smacking international cuisines.


3. Kuala Lumpur (KL) by Night

After the sunset, the capital city with sparkling skyscrapers, and tall buildings looks even more vibrant and beautiful. Kuala Lumpur is also popular for its nightlife. One must explore the local restaurants and bustling markets like Merdeka Square, Jalan Alor, and Chinatown dazzled with Chinese lanterns. 


4. White Coffee in Ipoh:

Ipoh is also famous for its signature beverage i.e. White Coffee. To make white coffee bolder and thicker, coffee, beans are roasted in palm oil. The coffee is brewed with a sock-like filter and is then mixed with condensed milk. Indulge in the authentic taste of hot white coffee in local cafes of Ipoh.


5. Papar White Water Rafting in Sabah:

If water rafting entices you, then Papar is a must-visit place in your Malaysia tour package. Be ready for an adrenaline rush with water rafting in the crystal clear white water of River Kaiduan. You’ll be mesmerized by the breathtaking views of lush rainforests,  cascading waterfalls, and rich fauna & flora. Papar district in Sabah promises an unforgettable experience for your Malaysia tourism.


Malaysia is an ideal and exotic holiday destination for every type of traveler. Trust us, you won’t regret booking Malaysia packages with BookYourOwn. Besides just top sightseeing there are lots of things you can do on  Malaysia holidays. Explore our wide range of Malaysia tours today to choose the best Malaysia packages that suit your preferences. 

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Frequently Asked Questions about Malaysia

Q. Why Malaysia is a most sought-after travel destination?

A. The major reason Malaysia is so popular is the fact that it is divided into regions by the South Chinese Sea. Thus making it an easily accessible location for tourists from India, Indonesia, Thailand, and Singapore. Also, Malaysia tour packages offer everything from adventure activities, gastronomic experiences, shopping areas, beaches, Islands, or Mountains.

Q. Where to stay in Malaysia?

A. BookYourOwn’s Malaysia tour packages offer budget-friendly to lavish accommodations depending on your budget. For luxury stays, The Banjaran Hotsprings, and The Ritz Carlton, are some of the best options while Dive Resort, Eco hotels, Shari-La Island Resort, etc. offer budgeted stays. Contact us to know more details.