Discover Kuala Lumpur multi-centres

Discover Kuala Lumpur - the fascinating capital city of Malaysia - where modern skyscrapers blend with colonial architecture. Visit the unique Petronas Towers, experience colourful night markets and revel in gastronomical delights.

Kuala Lumpur International Airport is one of the world’s nicer airports to experience, is under an hour from the city centre and connects well to all major beach destinations, making the city a hassle-free transit point as well as a convenient stopover destination.

Kuala Lumpur & Beach combinations

Combine the dynamic city of Kuala Lumpur with a stay on a pristine stretch of sand. Whether it’s in Malaysia, Thailand or beyond, we’ll find you the beach that makes your dreams come true.


Historic Penang was an important colonial outpost and trading port for hundreds of years, creating a melting pot of cultures and a deliciously diverse cuisine.

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Located approximately 18 miles from the northwest coast of the Malay peninsula, Langkawi is a paradisiacal archipelago made up of 99 islands...

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Koh Samui

Koh Samui is a dream island on the emerald seas of the Gulf of Thailand. Savour sweeping sandy shores and a beach scene that varies from chilled beach bars and barefoot dining right up to vibrant disco beats.

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Enjoy sublime beaches, historic temples and a mountainous interior terraced with spectacular rice fields. A beguiling combination with Kuala Lumpur.

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Kuala Lumpur & City, Culture and Wildlife combinations

For those looking to sample all of Malaysia’s sights, starting in Kuala Lumpur, you can continue on to the orangutans of Borneo, stop off in another of Asia’s vibrant cities, or take in a cultural masterpiece such as Cambodia’s magnificent Angkor Wat.


Experience Borneo’s wilderness adventures, pristine beaches and unspoilt forest landscapes.

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Siem Reap

Temple highlights include the mysterious faces of the Bayon, the eerie, overgrown ruins of Ta Prohm and the magnificent lotus bud towers of Angkor Wat.

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A bewitching blend of East and West, and a melting pot of Malay, European and Chinese cultures, Singapore is a popular holiday destination...

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Hong Kong

Hong Kong is known for its fascinating harmony between old and new, east and west. With 5,000 years of Chinese traditions, 150 years of British coloni...

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