Malaysia A Natural Splendor of the Far East

Best Time to Visit

Between April - September

Recommended Stay

Between 03 Nights - 06 Nights

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  • Trek through the Borneo jungles in Sarawak
  • Go whitewater rafting in the Kampar River
  • Check out the magnificent Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur
  • Care for an orphaned elephant just a short distance from the capital
  • Try scuba diving the picturesque reefs of Tioman, the Perhentian Islands or Redang Island
  • Experience the thrill of Formula 1 Grand Prix racing
  • Climb Southeast Asia’s highest mountain peak, Mount Kinabalu

Visa essentials

Basically, there are 3 types of Malaysia visa for Indians when applying as a tourist. These visas can be applied online either by yourself or with the help of a Malaysia visa expert.

  • Malaysia tourist eNTRI visa – (Ideal for 15 days visit to Malaysia as a Tourist)
  • Malaysia tourist 30 days eVISA – (Same as above , allows you 30 days of Single entry)
  • Malaysia tourist 30 days Multiple eVISA – (Same as above , allows you 30 days of Multiple entry)


Fusing ancient tradition with contemporary culture, Malaysia is a country of great food, a mix of many cultures and truly stunning beaches. Split across two land masses, Malaysia consists of Peninsular Malaysia, the strip of country lodged in-between Thailand and Singapore, and the northern part of the island of Borneo, called Malaysian Borneo. Malaysia has everything - from beautiful sandy beaches and islands, to lush and green jungle to the metropolitan city Kuala Lumpur. Shaped by the fusion of Malay, Chinese and Indian influences have all converged in places like Georgetown in Penang and Kuala Lumpur to make both cities a foodie's paradise. This country presents a unique and rare experience for visitors to come.


  • Marvel at the incredible Petronas Towers at the heart of Kuala Lumpur’s skyline, whether from the base looking up or from the skydeck for an unbeatable view of the city
  • Relish the cool temperatures of the Cameron Highlands and sleep amongst the lush tea plantations with unparalleled views of the stars
  • For easy diving in crystalline waters, Tioman Island is the place to be. Easy
  • Relax in the resorts of Langkawi Island, where laid back dining and long evenings on the beach are the order of the day
  • Visit Chinatown in Malacca, for traditional Peranakan architecture and chicken rice balls in this Chinese influenced city
  • Explore the colonial architecture of Georgetown, Penang a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Malaysia’s largest city
  • Try Malaysian food in the melting pot of cultures that is Kuala Lumpur. Highlights are roti canai, char koay teow and nasi lemak - from Indian and Chinese to traditional Malay, the food of KL is full of flavour and diversity
  • Spot nesting green turtles in the Perhentian islands and circle each tiny island by kayak in an easy and fun day trip
  • Take the train through Malaysia, from Bangkok to Singapore, stopping off in KL. The budget option is extremely cheap but for a luxurious journey travel aboard the Eastern Oriental Express
  • The sacred Hindu site of the Batu Caves, just outside of Kuala Lumpur, is most vibrant in February during the Thaipusam festival, when devout Hindus bring shrines all the way from the city

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