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Overview

Neighbouring Singapore and Malaysia offer a magic mix of vibrant cities, tropical rainforests, stunning beaches, incredible wildlife and outstanding food. Starting in modern city of Singapore – where you’ll find Supertrees and Universal Studios – you’ll then travel on to Malaysia, for the finishing touches to your holiday.

City slickers will be impressed with Kuala Lumpur and its iconic skyline and sizzling street food, while nature enthusiasts will love Borneo’s jungles and wildlife, particularly its beloved orangutans. Or, for turquoise waters and soft white sands, Langkawi is the perfect spot to relax and unwind.

 

Singapore

Singapore

Singapore is the perfect jumping off point for your multi-centre holiday in Asia. Fill your tummy in Little India, marvel at the temples of Chinatown and hit the shops on Orchard Road. Visit the UNESCO-listed Singapore Botanic Gardens, and then witness the surreal sights of the Supertree Grove in the Gardens by the Bay. With accommodation options available for every budget and activities on offer to suit all tastes, we can tailor-make your dream trip.

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Malaysia

Malaysia

Malaysia offers so much that it can be hard to decide where to start. The capital, Kuala Lumpur, is home to the iconic Petronas Twin Towers, while the island of Penang is famous for its UNESCO-listed colourful capital, Georgetown. Langkawi is a haven for beach lovers, with spas, seafood restaurants and beach bars in abundance. You can marvel at the tea and coffee plantations in the Cameron Highlands and, if you’ve dreamed of seeing orangutans in the wild, make tracks for Borneo. Here, you’ll can also climb Malaysia’s highest mountain, Mount Kinabalu, with an expert guide.

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