Tanjong Jara Resort & Majestic Hotel Malaysia10 night stay from £1375 per personSpecial OffersView our fantastic Malaysia Offer from £1,375•Saving of up to £1100 per couple•Dine around in 3 bars & restaurants at Tanjong Jara Resort•Dine around in 6 bars & restaurants at Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur•Extensive Spa & Beauty treatments available•Price includes:•Return flights with Emirates•Internal flights with Malaysian Airlines•3 nights at Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur in a Tower Wing Deluxe Room•7 nights at Tanjong Jara Resort in a Bumbung Room•Breakfast daily•Private transfers and airport taxesPrices are per person and based on two adults sharing. Prices shown are for guidance only and are subject to availability. All flight inclusive holidays are protected by ATOL scheme. Subject to availability.
MalaysiaWhy MalaysiaoFrom rice paddies, rainforests, orang-utans and tea plantations to vibrant cities and colonial townsoPristine beaches and landscapesoFriendly local people oWonderful cultural and adventurous locations oExclusive resorts and spas! -oFlights from:▪Glasgow with Emirates via Dubai▪Edinburgh via Manchester and Abu Dhabi with Etihad
Four Seasons ResortLangkawi, Malaysia8 night stay from £2315 per personPresiding over one of the island's most beautiful beaches, Tanjung Rhu, the resort offers an experience almost unmatched in Malaysia, suitable for romantic getaways, active vacations or a family holiday. The stylishly decorated guest pavilions and suites are a fusion of Malaysian and contemporary design reflecting the vibrancy of the natural surroundings.Combining Eastern traditions with Western sophistication, the Spa offers holistic rejuvenation and relaxation in a tranquil environment whilst an extensive range of water sports and activities are available at the one-mile long beach. The genuine warmth of traditional Malay hospitality, perfected by Four Seasons impeccable service, ensures an unforgettable getaway.Prices based on 2 persons sharing a Lower Melaleuca Pavilion on a bed and breakfast basis. Price includes return scheduled flights from London, all airport taxes and private road transfers. Please contact us for alternative dates, durations and departure airports. Prices shown are for guidance only and are subject to availability.
Travel GuideWeatherThe country experiences tropical weather year-round. Temperatures range from 21ºC (70ºF) to 32ºC (90ºF). Higher elevations are much colder with temperatures between 15°C (59°F) to 25°C (77°F). Annual rainfall varies from 2,000mm to 2,500mm. However, the wettest parts of Malaysia could well be the hill slopes of Sarawak’s inland areas, which receive a mean annual rainfall exceeding 5,000mm.CurrencyCurrency – Ringgit Malaysia (RM or MYR)10 Things to do1. World’s tallest twin towers – Petronas Twin Towers, Kuala LumpurIt takes all of 41 seconds to shoot up to the midpoint of Petronas Twin Towers. Tickets to the skybridge run out fast, but it isn’t every day that you get to feel on top of the world. 2. Entertainment that never stops – Genting Highlands, PahangVisible from Kuala Lumpur as a bright light atop a faraway hill, Genting Highlands beckons visitors with its cool climate, theme parks, casino, and nightly live performances.3. Afternoon tea and scones – Cameron Highlands, PahangThe British came and left, but not before passing on their penchant for a cuppa tea. Sip on hot Cameronian tea while nibbling freshly baked scones at this cool hill station. 4. Play time for all – LEGOLAND and Hello Kitty Town, JohorIf you need an excuse to be a kid again, this is it. The first of its kind in Asia, LEGOLAND offers thrilling rides and uncountable blocks of ingenuity, while Hello Kitty Town appeals to fans of Sanrio’s famous feline. 5. Shop till you drop – BBKLCC, Kuala LumpurThere are nature trails – and there are shopping trails. Nine signature malls stretching from Bukit Bintang to KLCC provide the perfect backdrop to shopping ambitions of any size. 6. Mystery, myth, legend – Langkawi, KedahLocated just off the coast of Kedah, Langkawi is as much shrouded in age-old myths and legends as it is filled with natural beauty.7. Drop off to an underwater universe – Sipadan Island, SabahJacques Cousteau declared Sipadan to be an “untouched piece of art”. This is the most beautiful diving spot in the world, and for good reason.8. Mangrove swamps and orang utans – Kabili-Sepilok Nature Reserve, SabahFollow the trail from tropical highland forest to lowland mangrove swamp, and find nature’s secrets along the way. The reserve is also home to the world-famous Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre. 9. World’s largest cave chamber – Mulu National Park, SarawakNature seems to have made a disproportionately generous deposit in Mulu. Recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the park is filled with an astounding collection of natural wonders, including the world’s largest cave chamber. 10. The perfect beach life – Tioman Island, PahangTowering twin volcanic peaks, soft golden sands, refreshing waterfalls. Mother Nature ensures that romance is always abundant on this mesmerising island.