With just over 700 square kilometers, is the smallest country in Southeast Asia and yet one of the most important, with one of the highest GDP per capita in the world. Walking through Chinatown, taking the funicular to the island of Sentosa, going to the entertainment center of Marina Bay Sands or enjoying a night at Clarke Quay are some of the must-see in this great city.
In the Malaysian capital, all turns around the Petronas Towers. The towers were the tallest buildings in the world between 1998 and 2003. In 2012, they came to occupy the 7th place amongst the tallest buildings in the world, with a height of 452 meters, with 88 floors of reinforced concrete, steel and glass. Going up to the observatory of the Towers, walking around Little India and Merdeka Square are options you should not miss ..
George Town is located in the northwest of the island of Penang and was named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2008, together with Malacca in the south of the country, due to being the two most historic port enclaves in Malacca Strait. The city has an interesting combination of Buddhist and Muslim citizens. One often hears Muslim prayer calls and sees Chinese locals burning incense as ancestor worship in temples and the sidewalks.
More than 1,500 meters above sea level, in the Malaysian main mountain range, stands one of the most fertile lands in the country: Cameron Highlands. The highlands possess the ideal condition
for growing tea: moderate temperatures, high altitude, abundant rainfall, long hours of sunshine and well-drained soil.
The state of Sabah, on the east coast of the Borneo Island offers fantastic ecotourism extensions of this fascinating destination. The Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation center is a must stop. We will tour along the Kinabatangan River in search of wild animals: orangutans, proboscis monkeys, pygmy elephants. In the island of Gaya we can enjoy a few days on the beach..