Trek through the Langkawi archipelago’s luscious rainforest, get a feel for Penang Island’s bustling local life and find an urban oasis in one of Kuala Lumpur’s 52 shopping centres.
Orangutans, scenic escapades and religious architecture create an experience as unique as the island itself.
From unique wildlife and tropical islands to untouched jungle and isolated hill tribes, few destinations match Malaysian Borneo’s natural drama.
From a mosque-like stronghold in Malaysia to one of London’s most iconic structures, these five landmarks were designed to stand the test of time.
Once a sanctuary for pillaging pirates, Malaysia’s Pulau Langkawi archipelago is now a refuge for equally as exhausted backpackers and business types from Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.
Brave or bonkers, base jumpers from 19 countries have parachuted into Kuala Lumpur to spend four days leaping 300m from Menara, the city’s famous tower.