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Varied Malaysia has so much to offer, from its sugary beaches and rich coral reefs, to its tropical forests and multicultural cities. And a multi-centre trip is the best way to take it all in. You can explore the vibrant capital city of Kuala Lumpur, and then relax in idyllic Penang or Langkawi. Or combine urban jungles with rich rainforests when you pair KL with incredible Borneo. Whether you’re seeking beaches, culture or wildlife, a multi-centre holiday to Malaysia delivers in spades.

But why stop at one country, when you could visit two? With the help of our travel experts, you can see more of the world in one easy trip. If you love cityscapes, spend a few days shopping and sightseeing in glittering Dubai, en route to Malaysia. Or stop off in Singapore, where you can visit the Gardens by the Bay, sip fruity Singapore Slings, and eat your way around the Lion City’s delicious hawker centres.

If you prefer beaches to cities, consider a multi-centre holiday to Malaysia and Bali. This Indonesian gem boasts postcard-worthy bays, sleepy beachside towns and tranquil temples. Or, for an even bigger adventure, merge Malaysia and Australia into one unforgettable trip. You can see Sydney’s famous sites, snorkel among corals in the Great Barrier Reef, or discover the vast Outback.

Whether you’re eager to explore Malaysia in detail, or you’d like to add on an exciting second destination, our travel experts can create an itinerary to suit you. And we’ll take care of all the details, to make sure your multi-centre holiday runs like clockwork.

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Australia

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Kuala Lumpur & beyond

A multi-centre holiday doesn’t have to involve two countries – Malaysia is so diverse that you can easily enjoy a fantastic trip within its borders. Start off with a few days in the capital, Kuala Lumpur, where futuristic skyscrapers soar above traditional temples and bustling markets. Then, once you’ve adjusted to the climate and time zone, you’ll journey on to your next destination.

If you fancy a relaxing beach break, make tracks for Penang or Langkawi. Both islands are home to powdery sands and colourful corals, giving you plenty of opportunity to chill out. You can also see the cultural sites of George Town, Penang’s capital, or discover rich national parks and Malaysia’s oldest mountain range in Langkawi.

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But if it’s wildlife you’re looking for, visit Borneo as part of your Malaysia multi-centre. Synonymous with gentle orangutans, this stunning Eden is a nature-lover’s dream. Go on a guided trek through tropical rainforests, keeping your eyes peeled for all kinds of birds, insects and monkeys, or climb to the top of Mount Kinabalu for panoramic views.

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Bali

If you want to combine city living with some beach time, consider a multi-centre holiday to Kuala Lumpur and Bali. You can spend some time exploring the major sites of Malaysia’s capital – including the Petronas Twin Towers and the Batu Caves – before retreating to laidback Bali for some well-deserved relaxation.

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Indonesia’s most popular island, Bali is renowned for its cultural attractions, lush interior and gorgeous beaches. You can relax on the sands of Sanur, learn to surf in Seminyak, or go on a snorkelling trip to the Gili Islands. But there’s plenty more to see beyond the coast. In the heart of Bali, serene Ubud is a mishmash of rice terraces, forests, incense-scented temples and luxury spas. Visit a yoga retreat to stretch out, unwind with a Balinese massage, or watch cheeky monkeys swing through the trees at Ubud’s Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary.

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Australia

Kuala Lumpur is over half way between the UK and Australia – so why not visit Down Under, as part of your Malaysia multi-centre holiday? With direct flights available from KL to Sydney, Perth, Melbourne and Adelaide, you’ll be spoiled for choice on your Aussie adventure.

You could fly to beautiful Sydney and visit iconic landmarks like the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. Then journey inland to the Hunter Valley’s wineries and the Blue Mountains, or travel north towards Byron Bay and Brisbane. Or, if you want to discover the Great Barrier Reef, hop on an internal flight to sun-soaked Cairns.

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Alternatively, if you fly to Adelaide or Melbourne, you can drive along Australia’s famous Great Ocean Road – one of the most scenic drives in the world. Or you could fly to Perth and explore Western Australia, where you’ll find white-sand beaches and pin-striped vineyards. You can even venture into the Outback to visit sacred Uluru. Whatever you’re dreaming of, our experts will be able to create a tailor-made itinerary, just for you.

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Best time for your multi-centre

To get the most out of your Malaysia multi-centre holiday, you’ll need to plan your trip carefully. The climate varies across the country. Kuala Lumpur is driest between May to August and, similarly, Borneo’s dry season runs from March to September. Meanwhile, Penang and Langkawi see dry, sunny days between December and March.

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If you’re visiting a second country, you’ll also need to take that climate into account. For instance, Bali is warm all year round, but November to March is monsoon season – so it would be best to avoid travelling at this time of year. Alternatively, if you’re planning to combine Malaysia and Australia into one holiday, you should book to go in May. You’ll have the best of both worlds at this time of year, as Malaysia remains mostly dry and Australia enjoys a warm, sunny autumn.

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Explore Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur & beyond

A multi-centre holiday doesn’t have to involve two countries – Malaysia is so diverse that you can easily enjoy a fantastic trip within its borders. Start off with a few days in the capital, Kuala Lumpur, where futuristic skyscrapers soar above traditional temples and bustling markets. Then, once you’ve adjusted to the climate and time zone, you’ll journey on to your next destination.

If you fancy a relaxing beach break, make tracks for Penang or Langkawi. Both islands are home to powdery sands and colourful corals, giving you plenty of opportunity to chill out. You can also see the cultural sites of George Town, Penang’s capital, or discover rich national parks and Malaysia’s oldest mountain range in Langkawi.

Show More
Show Less

But if it’s wildlife you’re looking for, visit Borneo as part of your Malaysia multi-centre. Synonymous with gentle orangutans, this stunning Eden is a nature-lover’s dream. Go on a guided trek through tropical rainforests, keeping your eyes peeled for all kinds of birds, insects and monkeys, or climb to the top of Mount Kinabalu for panoramic views.

Show More
Show Less

Bali

Bali

If you want to combine city living with some beach time, consider a multi-centre holiday to Kuala Lumpur and Bali. You can spend some time exploring the major sites of Malaysia’s capital – including the Petronas Twin Towers and the Batu Caves – before retreating to laidback Bali for some well-deserved relaxation.

Show More
Show Less

Indonesia’s most popular island, Bali is renowned for its cultural attractions, lush interior and gorgeous beaches. You can relax on the sands of Sanur, learn to surf in Seminyak, or go on a snorkelling trip to the Gili Islands. But there’s plenty more to see beyond the coast. In the heart of Bali, serene Ubud is a mishmash of rice terraces, forests, incense-scented temples and luxury spas. Visit a yoga retreat to stretch out, unwind with a Balinese massage, or watch cheeky monkeys swing through the trees at Ubud’s Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary.

Show More
Show Less

Australia

Australia

Kuala Lumpur is over half way between the UK and Australia – so why not visit Down Under, as part of your Malaysia multi-centre holiday? With direct flights available from KL to Sydney, Perth, Melbourne and Adelaide, you’ll be spoiled for choice on your Aussie adventure.

You could fly to beautiful Sydney and visit iconic landmarks like the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. Then journey inland to the Hunter Valley’s wineries and the Blue Mountains, or travel north towards Byron Bay and Brisbane. Or, if you want to discover the Great Barrier Reef, hop on an internal flight to sun-soaked Cairns.

Show More
Show Less

Alternatively, if you fly to Adelaide or Melbourne, you can drive along Australia’s famous Great Ocean Road – one of the most scenic drives in the world. Or you could fly to Perth and explore Western Australia, where you’ll find white-sand beaches and pin-striped vineyards. You can even venture into the Outback to visit sacred Uluru. Whatever you’re dreaming of, our experts will be able to create a tailor-made itinerary, just for you.

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Show Less

Best time to go

Best time for your multi-centre

To get the most out of your Malaysia multi-centre holiday, you’ll need to plan your trip carefully. The climate varies across the country. Kuala Lumpur is driest between May to August and, similarly, Borneo’s dry season runs from March to September. Meanwhile, Penang and Langkawi see dry, sunny days between December and March.

Show More
Show Less

If you’re visiting a second country, you’ll also need to take that climate into account. For instance, Bali is warm all year round, but November to March is monsoon season – so it would be best to avoid travelling at this time of year. Alternatively, if you’re planning to combine Malaysia and Australia into one holiday, you should book to go in May. You’ll have the best of both worlds at this time of year, as Malaysia remains mostly dry and Australia enjoys a warm, sunny autumn.

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