At the crossroads of Asia and the East, Malaysia offers a rich palette of natural landscapes dotted with cosmopolitan cities.
Between lush primary forest, exceptional seabed, and ultra modern capital, Malaysia embodies a majestic tourist destination in Southeast Asia. In Kuala Lumpur, city of skyscrapers, climb to the top of the Petronas towers overlooking the city at more than 450 m high. 10km north of the capital, the Batu caves are home to a majestic Hindu sanctuary adorned in particular with a gigantic golden statue of the God Murugan. An hour's drive away, in Kuala Selangor, embark on the eponymous river bordered by mangroves for night navigation in the light of fireflies. Malacca, the Venice of Asia, with its so-called floating Kampung Kling mosque, will offer you a dazzling panorama worthy of the tales of the Thousand and One Nights. For a journey rich in flavor, stop in Georgetown, the country's culinary capital, to taste a delicious bowl of Char Kway Teow: stir-fried noodles garnished with shrimp and bean sprouts. In Pahang State, the Cameron Highlands, covered with lush green tea plantations, provide sweet-scented hiking grounds at over 1,400m above sea level. In West Malaysia, Mount Kinabalu offers, from its 4000 m height, a breathtaking view of the surrounding jungle and the turquoise blue sea. In the primary forest of Borneo, meet the Iban people on the banks of the Rejang River: an authentic experience amidst spectacular flora. For a more relaxing day, Langkawi Island, between turquoise waters and coconut palms, is a heavenly location to admire the magnificent Malaysian sunset.