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Frequently asked questions

When is the best time to travel to Malaysia?
Malaysia is known for being the host for tropical temperatures and weather conditions throughout the year. It is a mixture of high temperatures and wet months throughout the year. However, the best time to travel to Malaysia would be around December- April where the west coastal side can be checked out. In the months between April- October the north coastal islands demand a visit.
What is the ideal duration to stay in Malaysia?
Ideal duration for getting the best of Malaysia would be around 4 days. The parks and other entertainment hubs at Genting can be covered in a day. When it comes to Kuala Lumpur, you can spend two whole days in getting some good shopping, city tour and local food delicacy tasting done. A bit of exploration at Penang can be done within a day.
What is the Visa process for Indians travelling to Malaysia?
Malaysia has a VISA on arrival policy, so what are you waiting for? Get your Malaysian itinerary done already.
What are the must-visit places in Malaysia?
Sandwiched between the Malay Peninsula and a part of the island of Borneo, Malaysia has some of the best beaches and modern shopping malls. You can start with exploring this beautiful country right from the jungles of Danum Valley, and then moving to a bit of underwater exploration at Sipadan. Do not get back home without getting a perfect view of pinnacles from the top of world's largest cave chamber - Gunung Mulu National Park.

Walk through Malaysia:

The Southeast Asian country is filled with diversity and it surely takes pride for it. A country that is filled with magnificent skyscrapers, architectural buildings and of course the islands is a combination that is hard to say no to. Malaysia has surely grown to be one the must visit country over the years and should be on your list as well. In general the Malaysians are very welcoming which is always good from a tourist’s point of view. Also, they offer brilliant variety of food contributed from all the cultural influences.

What to do in Malaysia:

You would never get bored of Malaysia. There is always a possibility of doing something, shopping and sightseeing. Have a spiritual walk to the Batu caves and looking at the beautiful ancient Hindu temples. The world famous towers in the capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur can never be missed the PETRONAS towers and the Kuala Lumpur tower. If you are into adventure, you can climb up the 8.5km long Mount Kinabalu which is generally a 2 day activity. No, it does not require any special training and no age restriction. Bring out the child in you by visiting the Sunway Lagoon theme park which has Amusement park, man-made beach, Wildlife Park and many more. One ride which should not be skipped is Vuvuzela which is a water slide from 11 storeys high through a tube into the pool. The other place that comes to mind when you mention Malaysia is the Langkawi Island. It is one of the best experiences of having to travel in the cable cars and have wonderful view from 700m (approx.) above sea level of the Machinchang Range. The island also has wonderful beaches, so you can soak in the sun and get a breather with the view all around. For diving should snorkelling, some of the best islands to visit are Lankayan, Sipadan, Sibuan, etc. Customise your package in a way that can allow you to explore all these places.

Best time to go:

The weather in Malaysia is hot and humid most of the year with the rainfall coming in the west coast in the months of April to October, and November to February in the east coast. These will also affect the time you decide to go for diving. When it comes to peak season, there are two in Malaysia. One is during December and January with Christmas, New Year and Chinese New Year. The other one is in August with the hotel being booked due to the holiday time in the Middle East. December is surely the better time to visit, so plan your bookings accordingly.

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