Borneo & The Malaysian Peninsula

Malaysia

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Discover Borneo and the Malaysian Peninsula’s incredible natural and cultural diversity.

Itinerary

Start Sepilok; optional night walk

Visit the Sepilok Orangutan Sanctuary; optional visit to the Sunbear sanctuary

Travel via the Gomantong Caves to Kinabatangan; afternoon river cruise

Explore Kinabatangan river 

Drive to Sandakan via the War Memorial; free time

Fly to Kuala Lumpur and on to Malacca

Trishaw tour of the old town of Malacca and exploration of the town

Transfer to Kuala Lumpur; afternoon city tour

Explore Malaysia's cuisine on a food tour of the city; free afternoon with the chance to go for a drink at Trader's Bar

Catch the train to Penang; afternoon walk around the colonial town of Georgetown

Georgetown city walking tour to explore Penang's street art, food, culture and heritage

Fly to the island of Langkawi

Free day to explore the island or just relax on the beach; final group dinner

Trip ends this morning in Langkawi for land only clients, group flight passengers will be taken to the airport

Additional Information

Malaysia is very much a country of two halves. To the east is the island of Borneo with its jungles, Orang-utans and rivers. To the west is the Malayan Peninsula with its blend of cultures and religion, colonial history and modern flair. As we make our way through these two distinct regions, we go looking for charismatic wildlife, delve into the country’s European heritage as well as its Asian blend of Malay, Chinese and Indian and enjoy its spectacular beaches. We visit Buddhist temples and mosques, wander through rainforest trails and street-food markets and take in the sights, sounds, smells and flavours of a truly diverse country.

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Starting From

$2,649/person

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Details

Duration

14 Days

Starts

Malaysia

Group Size

5-16

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