Luxury Malaysia & Borneo

12 nights

Travel 10 May 2021 - 15 Jun 2021
Book by 30 Sep 2020

Saving £280 per person

  • 3 nights Pullman Kuala Lumpur City Centre Hotel & Residences, Kuala Lumpur - Deluxe room with breakfast
  • 2 nights Hilton Kuching, Kuching - Standard room with breakfast
  • 2 nights Deluxe Batang Ai Tour, - Standard room Full board
  • 5 nights Lone Pine, Penang - Deluxe room with breakfast
  • Flights to Kuala Lumpur and onwards to Kuching and Penang with Malaysia Airlines, accommodation throughout, return private transfers and prepayable taxes. Daily departures. £25 supplement for departures from the UK on Friday or Saturday.
  • This holiday is 100% financially protected. ATOL protected 2713
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3 nt Pullman Kuala Lumpur City Centre Hotel & Residences, Kuala Lumpur

Deluxe room with breakfast

Pullman Kuala Lumpur City Centre Hotel & Residences houses 450 contemporary rooms and suites featuring modern amenities, and 157 residences designed for comfort and convenience.

2 nt Hilton Kuching, Kuching

Standard room with breakfast

Situated along Kuching's spectacular riverfront promenade with panoramic views of the Sarawak River.

2 nt Deluxe Batang Ai Tour,

Standard room Full board

Day One:  Depart Kuching for Sri Aman which will take 4 Hours overland journey with stopover at Serian Town and Pepper Garden.  For Serian Town our guide propose a visit to the Local / Native Market to see the various local vegetable and fruits.  This will take approximately 35 minutes.  After the walk around the market how about a local coffee break at one of the Kopitam in Serian.  Then we continue our journey with another stop at the Pepper garden to see the Pepper vine and learn about the different type of pepper. Lunch stop will be arranged at Lachau Café before arriving Sri Amen around 3 pm.  If time permits we will arrange for a visit to Fort Alice.

Day Two: Today you will visit an Iban Longhouse - Journey time takes approximately 1.5 Hrs.  Before getting into a longboat for a 30 minute boat ride to reach the longhouse.   Longhouse visit included a guided walk around the longhouse, short cultural Dance and blow pipe demonstration.  Lunch served at the Longhouse. After the visit we depart the longhouse via the same route.

Day Three: Return to Kuching via the same route with Lunch served en-route

5 nt Lone Pine, Penang

Deluxe room with breakfast

Lone Pine is a luxury boutique hotel tucked away in an idyllic spot along Penang's coastline. Lovingly restored to provide contemporary comfort and old world charm.


Why not add on the following excursions:
Santubong Wildlife Cruise from £40pp or Bako National Park from £65pp


Flights to Kuala Lumpur and onwards to Kuching and Penang with Malaysia Airlines, accommodation throughout, return private transfers and prepayable taxes. Daily departures. £25 supplement for departures from the UK on Friday or Saturday.

Regional Departures: Regional supplements are available from Manchester from £200, Belfast from £200, Newcastle from £200, Edinburgh from £200, Glasgow from £200. Other regional airports may be available, please ask for details.

Prices are per person based on 2 adults sharing (unless stated otherwise). Subject to availability, terms and conditions apply.

Once little more than mud and marsh, compact Kuala Lumpur is a fast rising metropolis which effortlessly blends its colonial past with space-age towers and mega malls. KL, as it's fondly known, is best explored on foot or via the excellent public transport network including buses, metro (Light Rail Transit) and a monorail making it easy to get around. Taxis are also available, but as the roads can be busy, they may prove be a more expensive option.

At its historic heart is Merdeka Square (Independence Square). Ringed by handsome colonial-era buildings, including the Royal Selangor Club and Sultan Abdul Samad Building, the square marks the place where the Malaysian flag was first hoisted after independence from British rule in 1957. Other notable buildings include the imposing Old Railway Station and the highly acclaimed Jamek Mosque, which is a vision of soaring minarets and onion-shaped domes.

KL’s Golden Triangle is comprised of Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC) and Chinatown. It’s in modern KLCC where you’ll find the eye-catching Petronas Twin Towers. Soaring 88 storeys, you can take in the sweeping vistas from the sky bridge linking the two towers at the 41st and 42nd floors. Alternatively, for skyline views including the Petronas Twin Towers hotfoot it to the higher observation deck of the Menara KL Tower.

Swanky Bukit Bintang is chock-a-block with shopping malls and boutiques as well as trendy cafés, restaurants and nightspots. There’s more high end fashion in the KLCC or at Berjaya Times Square, while Petaling Street in colourful Chinatown is a bargain-hunter’s paradise, particularly the lively night market.

Food is without a doubt a highlight of any visit to KL, with so many opportunities to feast on diverse local and international cuisine. Expect everything from award-winning gourmet restaurants with menus from around the world, to chic bistros and traditional street stalls that tempt with a choice of inexpensive dishes.

2 nts Hilton Kuching, Kuching

Standard room with breakfast

Sarawak's state capital, Kuching, is simply unique. No other city in the region has such a romantic and unlikely history, nor displays its charms with such an easy grace. The narrow, bustling streets are crammed with shops, temples, colonial-style architecture and several interesting museums, including the historic Sarawak Museum.

A journey up and down the Sarawak River is the best way to get your first impression of Kuching, as you see picturesque Malay villages, a golden-domed mosque, a Victorian fort, a whole street of 19th century Chinese shophouses and an imposing wooden-roofed palace, all set against a backdrop of distant mountains.

The Sarawak Museum houses an extensive collection that includes tribal artefacts, indigenous wildlife and a recreated longhouse.

Kuching is also the ideal stepping stone to the cultural delights of Batang Ai, one of Sarawak's Iban heartlands with numerous communities dotted along the network of rivers that feed the Batang Ai reservoir, which is referred to as Sarawak's Blue Lagoon. The typical dwelling for these communities is the longhouse and many of those around the lake receive visitors for overnight stays, which allow you to step back in time and observe their lifestyle, ancient crafts and experience a blow pipe demonstration.

2 nts Deluxe Batang Ai Tour,

Standard room Full board

5 nts Lone Pine, Penang

Deluxe room with breakfast

Linked to mainland Malaysia’s west coast by a four mile long bridge Penang is Malaysia’s best-known beach destination and an ideal choice if looking for entertainment as well as relaxation.

Of the island’s many sun-drenched beaches, Batu Ferringhi is the best and where most hotels are found. Sweeping along a stretch of the northern coast, Batu Ferringhi is popular for watersports, although jellyfish do occasionally wash in on some tides, which affects swimming. However, all our hotels have fantastic pool areas and are right on the beachfront.

Do also take the time to explore the island’s lively capital, George Town, whose colonial quarter is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and delivers old-world Asia in spades. Tthe historic centre is easily walkable, although brightly-coloured trishaws offer an alternative way to tour. It’s not all about history though, as the burgeoning street-art scene brings an air of playfulness to the city and makes wandering a joy as you stumble across vibrant murals and fantastic artistic ironworks. Wherever your sightseeing takes you in George Town, you’ll also be sure to stumble across some fabulous coffee shops, many of which wouldn’t look out of place in hip areas of London and New York. Additionally, you can’t escape George Town’s delicious street food. Chinatown and Little India come alive after dark with carts and hawker stalls, while Gurney Drive is perhaps the most famous scene for street food in Southeast Asia.

Further island sights include Penang Hill, where a trip up the 2,270ft funicular railway rewards with breathtaking views; see the slithery residents of the unique Snake Temple; admire the magnificent Buddhist temple Kek Lok Si or go jungle trekking at Penang National Park.

When it comes to shopping Penang has a good mix of modern malls, quaint antique stalls and bustling markets. Don’t miss Little India or Chinatown in the heart of George Town for a slice of local culture, while at Batu Ferringhi, the night market tempts with souvenirs, clothes and handicrafts.

After dark, rooftop cocktail lounges, beach bars and live music venues vie for your attention along with top notch restaurants, charming cafes and sizzling hawker stalls.

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