Malaysia & Borneo Holidays
Classic Malaysia highlights * Colourful city culture * Steamy jungle and cool highlands * Magical beaches of Langkawi Read more ...
•Visit the Sadakan Orang-utan Rehabilitation Centre – one of only three in the world • Observe the abundance of wildlife during a cruise on Oxbow Lake • Stay in a luxury rainforest lodge, where guided jungles treks and canopy walks bring you closer to the jungle dwellers Read more ...
At the Shangri-La Rasa Ria, get hands on in assisting rangers with their daily tasks in the resort’s nature reserve. Read more ...
Kuala Lumpur/Langkawi (Malaysian Airlines)
11 hours 30 minutes non-stop
GMT +8 hours
Not required for UK passport holders
Yellow Fever certificate if arriving from an endemic area
Best time to travel
November - April (Peninsula Malaysia)
March - October (Borneo)
Malaysia's climate is tropical and humid, with humidity high in the mornings and lower in the afternoons. A typical day is warm and humid with balmy evenings. The main rainy seasons fall from November to February.
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Save £1,650 per couple
Stay 7 nights for the price of 4 at Four Seasons Langkawi and receive complimentary half board. Prices from £1,775 per person including international flights and transfers when staying in a Lower Melaleuca Pavilion.Valid for stays now until 31st October 2014. Terms and conditions apply.
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Stay 8 nights and pay for 6 - Saving £700 per couple
Enjoy eight nights and benefit from two complimentary, based on bed and breakfast in a deluxe room. Prices from £1,870, valid for travel now until 20th December 2014, including international flights, taxes and private transfers. Terms and conditions apply.
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT MALAYSIA & BORNEOIt was another intoxicating day in Malaysia's Taman Negara National Park: steamy, exotic and wriggling with life - and that's exactly why A&K's highly professional guide came into his own. One minute he was helping our guests search for the crab-eating macaque and Malayan Peacock Pheasant, the next he had calmly slipped off his shoes and handed them to one of the group.
Clad only in a bikini and towel, she needed to escape a swarm of rampaging honeybees. Emergency over, without a sting in sight, he collected her spilt possessions from the jungle floor, before, with barefoot nonchalance, returning to identify the prolific wildlife for the fascinated guests.
Suggested Malaysia & Borneo Accommodation Offers
An archipelago of 99 islands in the Andaman Sea, Langkawi is a dramatic tropical paradise of endless white sand beaches, backed by limestone cliffs and hills verdant with rainforest foliage. Set on Tanjung Rhu...
The Mandarin Oriental offers some of the best views of this vibrant city from a prime position between the flowering gardens of Kuala Lumpur City Centre Park and the dizzying heights of the Petronas Towers...
Beside the exquisite Pantai Dalit Beach, in a luscious 400-acre tropical setting, the Rasa Ria resort is in a world of its own. Within the 400-acres lies a unique nature reserve where the resort is committed to...
An ancient rainforest on the north western tip of Langkawi Island is home to The Datai, an exclusive, romantic hideaway bordered by a white sandy beach and the supreme tranquillity of the Andaman Sea.
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The service provided is excellent. It is the most enjoyable experience and most the memorable holidays, we have had, have been when we have travelled with A&K.
- KO, London
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