Cycling Tour

If you are a keen cyclist or enjoy the occasional bike ride over the weekend, or you’ve been inspired by the major cycling sporting events or wanted to try you’re off road skill, Malaysia have plenty of cycling holidays to choose from. Our tours are mainly on backroads, rural tracks, and nature and rainforest tracks.

We offer a cycling trip across of Malaysia on two wheels from Johor on the west coast of Peninsular to island of Borneo. This classic challenge cycles through some of the wildest and most spectacular landscapes in the whole Malaysia; discovering the dramatic beauty of the Cameron Highlands, Kuala Selangor, the old charm of Malacca; Penang and Kuala Lumpur, Taman Negara and Mount Kinabalu

Travelling in Malaysia under your own steam on two wheels helps you to get under the skin of a country, to visit the main attractions as well as finding time to ply lesser known quiet back routes away from the crowds that allow you a glimpse of everyday life.

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MALAYSIAN SPA offers all the elements of authentic Malaysian spa experience – from the local traditional massage to Ayurveda massage as well as Peranakan massage which is unique to Malaysia.  Apart from this world class massage from Asian country such Indonesia, Thailand and China is ready available.

Malaysia’s spa resorts and standalone Spa’s run the full gamut, from sleek urban to cool island retreats. So, if de-stressing is what you’re after, Malaysia is the answer. Calm and relaxing surroundings, serenity of its ambiance, and unparalleled world-class treatments that is set to honour you as our guest.

Enter another world as you walk through our doors. With a heavenly scent of fresh flowers in the air, you'll discover the wonders of traditional massage from the nation's region. Be pampered with ultimate luxury as you indulge in our signature Spa Packages. Enjoy the extravagance of Malaysian Spa's treatments and hospitality in your next trip to Malaysia!

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Culture & Lifestyle

From splendid architecture, and great rainforest reserves in the middle of city, to the marvellous creativity of the PETRONAS Twin Tower, dazzling entertainment and fascinating heritage, discover all the things to do and see throughout the year.

One of the most beautiful cities in the world, the city fans out from the sparkling KL Tower, the capital and gateway to Malaysia. The city is wonderful to visit at any time of the year. In the heart of the city are world-class restaurants, grand shopping arcades and other top tourist attractions, including the PETRONAS Twin Tower.

Penang’s rich historical and cultural heritage, alongside its God given natural heritage met with modern advantages, distills into a refreshingly unique experience for the traveller. The potpourri of Asian cultures and world religions make Penang a successful multicultural and multi-religious experiment that has thrived for generations. 

The vitality of George Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site is evident in the traditional artisans still practicing their trade in the heart of the city. Escape to nature in Penang’s gardens, nature parks and ancient forest reserves. Whether it’s the mountain or sea that you desire, or even just a leisurely stroll in the park, nature calls in the most delightful variety of ways.


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Malaysia boost with a wide diversity of golf courses and with over 200 great golf courses throughout the country, have position itself a major golfing destination in Asia. Malaysia golf courses and resorts can be found high in the mountains, along the seashore, on tropical islands, amidst towering rain forests and in the heart of the cities, making a Malaysia Golf Holiday great for the family, golfing friends or group. As well as offering spectacular scenery, many of Malaysia's golf courses are equipped with the best facilities and amenities to be found anywhere.

Major golfing destination in Malaysia including Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Langkawi, Johor, Sabah and Sarawak.

KUALA LUMPUR as the capital city, golf play a major recreational options for its people. There are a wide range of golf courses available in and around Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya including the oldest golf course – the Royal Selangor Golf & Country Club.

SELANGOR is home to some best golf courses in the world including the Saujana Golf and Country Club and The Mines Resort and Golf Club where the 1999 World Cup Golf Championship held. It also home to the only American PGA Golf Tournament outside USA – The CIMB Classic.

LANGKAWI, with three golf courses in an island of 75 thousand people, all the courses are located in excellent locations around the island - The Els Club at Teluk Datai Bay, Gunung Raya Golf Resort at the foot hill of legendary Raya Mountain and The 99 East Golf Club in the centre of the island.

SABAH, the Malaysia golf holiday heaven, had some great courses. Play a game of golf at either  Dalit Bay Golf and Country Club & Nexus Golf Resort Karambunai which overlooking the South China Sea or at Mount Kinabalu Golf Club with Mount Kinablu at your backdrop.

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Beaches & Islands

Malaysia, with almost 900 scattered islands, and a vast 5,000km coastline, with stunning and some of the most beautiful beaches and islands offers you a memorable vacation throughout of the year. From Andaman Sea to Celebes Sea it offer beach and island getway to all spectrum tourist and market.

Perhentian Island, meaning, is not to be missed, it consists of the islands of Perhentian Besar and Perhentian Kecil. Covered by unspoilt jungle, windswept palms, powdery white beaches and surrounded by sapphire blue waters and migratory birds.

Tioman Island, an alluring holiday paradise in the South China Sea. Acclaimed as one of the best island getaways in the world, Tioman was the location of the Hollywood musical, 'South Pacific' in 1959. The warm waters and good visibility make Tioman a paradise for divering and snorkelling. 

Mabul Island is reputed to be one of the best places for underwater macro-photography in the world. Located in the clear waters of the Celebes Sea off the mainland of Sabah, it is surrounded by gentle sloping reefs two to 40m deep. Diving is the main activity on this island, and it can be done all year round.  

The Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park comprises of a cluster of five idyllic islands spread over 4,929 hectares, located just a short speedboat ride away from Sabah's capital, Kota Kinabalu. The islands - Pulau Manukan, Pulau Mamutik, Pulau Sulug, Pulau Gaya and Pulau Sapi have soft white beaches that are teeming with fish and coral; perfect for beginner divers as well as snorkellers and picnickers. 

Langkawi's white sand beaches are simply some of Malaysia's best. From its sandy bays to sweeping coastlines, the island's beaches are the perfect stay options for travellers who want to stay close to the island’s crystal clear waters. 

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Highlands & Rainforest

If you’ve been sweating through the rainforest, the beaches and the lowlands for weeks. Another sticky day will make your clothes unwearable. Another sweaty night and you’ll lose the ability to sleep. Malaysia grant you a reprieve. Come to the and visit it’s highlands including Cameron Highlands, Genting Highlands, Kinabalu National Park, Bario Highlands and other.

Cameron Highlands is Malaysia’s most extensive hill station, an alpinescape of blue peaks, green humps, fuzzy tea plantations, small towns and white waterfalls cutting throughout. Trekking, tea tasting and visiting local agrotourism sites is the done thing here.

Towering above the coastal plain and what’s left of the lush tropical forests of northern Borneo, Mt Kinabalu is the biggest tourist attraction in Sabah and the centrepiece of the vast 754-sq-km Kinabalu National Park. The towns scattered around its base also have some attractions of their own, so you can easily spend a few days here instead of charging straight for the summit.

The ‘capital’ of the Highlands, Bario consists of about a dozen ‘villages’ – each with its own church – spread over a beautiful valley, much (though less and less) of it given over to growing the renowned local rice. Some of the appeal lies in the mountain climate (the valley is 1500m above sea level) and splendid isolation (the only access is by air and torturous 4WD track), but above all it’s the unforced hospitality of the Kelabit people that will quickly win you over. An amazing number of travellers find themselves extending their stays in Bario by days, weeks or even years. Do yourself a favour and get stuck here for a while!

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