5 unique experiences for the traveller in Malaysia

A hub for the Southeast Asian traveller, Malaysia is a place brimming with culture and outdoor experiences waiting to be discovered, especially when one steps away from its city life. Here are some unique experiences for the traveller when in Malaysia:

1. Kuching, Sarawak


Greet quaint towns, villages, paddy fields, and plantations as you make your way to getting acquainted with the Sarawakian Iban tribe and their culture in a traditional longhouse and explore the jungle in the vicinity. Find out more here.

2. Langkawi, Kedah


Come up close with the Malaysian mangrove forest in Langkawi on a kayak, observing the unique flora and fauna that call this place home such as eagles, kingfishers, and bat. This would be ideal for the nature enthusiast. Find out more here.

3. Kuala Selangor, Selangor


If you love monkeys and fireflies, this is for you! Encounter and feed the Silver-Leaf Monkeys at Bukit Melawati Hills, followed by a boat ride through the mangrove trees at night to witness the twinkling of fireflies. Find out more here.

4. Kuala Kubu Baru, Selangor


For the adventurous traveller, a full day of wild river tubing would be for you! Float through water rapids on 2.5 km stretch of jungle river, a completely different way to explore the greenery of Malaysian rainforests. Find out more here.

5. Kota Kinabalu, Sabah


Get acquainted with the Orangutans and Proboscis Monkeys that are native to Borneo as you visit them in their sanctuaries and rehabilitation centres. This would be ideal for the animal-loving travelling family. Find out more here.

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