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I didn't prepare or read much about the places we went to on this trip because I was super-busy at work before it, so I was very happy to be surprised again and again by all the wonderful places we went to, be it nature or monuments. Plus, people were all friendly and we had a really good group dynamic too! :)
Martin, 16 Jan, 2014 Hey, Hey Malay
This trip is very interesting and wide ranging in sightseeing and local culture. I feel it would be a good addition to include a city tour bus trip around Singapore as a final treat option for your clients. Very pleased with my choice.
Elizabeth, 25 Jun, 2012 Hey, Hey Malay
Look up the definition of multicultural and you’ll find a picture of Malaysia. OK, you won’t, but you should. This country puts the mmmm in mmmmelting pot. Everyone from the Portuguese, the Dutch, the British and the Japanese have ruled Malaysia, or at least parts of it. Not to mention a sultan or two.
Then there were the traders who came from India and China, bringing with them spices and silks. The result is an awesome mix of people, cultures and food. It’d be easy just to eat your way through Malaysia.
There are dumplings, curries, seafood and noodles galore. But we also recommend a few culture activities between meals.
Scale (by elevator) the Menara Kuala Lumpur, go trekking the Cameron Highlands and explore the colourful markets of Penang.
We bring you 10 things that make Malaysia unique/brilliant/kinda crazy. Enjoy ... Read more on the blog
With glittering lights and blaring horns it’s hard to imagine that 200 years ago KL was little more than a makeshift mining village, where the most exciting thing going on was gang warfare ... Read more on the blog
From steaming jungle to palm-fringed beach, ancient empire ruin to bustling market and Buddhist temple to mighty metropolis, South East Asia is the classic adventure travel destination.
Climb Mount Kinabalu and meet orang-utans and headhunters in Borneo; drift through floating markets and spiritual splendour in Burma; explore ancient Ankor Wat and bustling Phnom Penh in Cambodia; tube down the Mekong River and swim beneath waterfalls in Laos; trek to hill tribes, bamboo raft down rivers and bask on beautiful beaches in Thailand; crawl through Viet Cong tunnels and get tailor-made clothes in Vietnam; surf perfect waves and walk the mighty Buddhist stupas in Indonesia; and travel across the Malay highlands to the island city of Singapore: South East Asia is diverse, exciting and glorious, full of diverse friendly folk, food and fun, and an experience you’ll never forget.View all South East Asia trips