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Sit Back and cut through the noise!

Start planning your Malaysia tour with our expert recommended itineraries below.

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Plan your Malaysia trip from scratch

Langkawi Package

03 Nights / 04 Days Lovely Langkawi

Kuala Lumpur Tour Package

03 Nights / 04 Days Shopaholics Getaway Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia 1 Banner

03 Nights / 04 Days Fascinating Malaysia Kuala Lumpur + Genting Highland Package

Penang Tour

03 Nights / 04 Days Pleasant Penang

Top recommended experiences

Half Day City Tour
Kuala Lumpur

3 Hours | Kuala Lumpur
₹4,334

Full Day Sunway Lagoon Theme Park

9 Hours | Kuala Lumpur
₹7,196

Half Day Enroute
Putrajaya Tour

4 Hours | Kuala Lumpur
₹6,133

Full day Genting
Highland Tour

8 Hours | Kuala Lumpur
₹11,040

Full Day Cameron
Highlands Tour

8 Hours | Kuala Lumpur
₹17,991

Half-Day Round
Island Experience

4 Hours | Langkawi
₹5,479

Half Day
Discover Langkawi

4 Hours | Langkawi
₹5,724

Half day
Mangrove and Limestone

4 Hours | Langkawi
₹13,002

Full day
Langkawi Grand Tour

8 Hours | Langkawi
₹8,178

Half Day
Sunset Cruise with Cocktail SIC

4 Hours | Langkawi
₹13,656

Half day Island Hopping Discovery

4 Hours | Langkawi
₹5,642

When to go

Low Season

Average Season

High Season

Visa

E-Visa Application

currency

Malaysian Ringgit (1 Ringgit ~ ₹16)

Languages Spoken

Malay, Malaysian, English

Price Sensitivity

₹₹₹₹₹

Popular For

Malaysia is a country in Southeast Asia, located partly on a peninsula of the Asian mainland and partly on the northern third of the island of Borneo.West (peninsular) Malaysia shares a border with Thailand, is connected by a causeway and a bridge (the ‘second link’) to the island state of Singapore, and has coastlines on the South China Sea and the Straits of Malacca. East Malaysia (Borneo) shares borders with Brunei and Indonesia.

FAQs

  • What is the best time to go to Malaysia?
  • What type of climate does Malaysia have?
  • Do I need to get a visa?
  • How is the night life in Malaysia ?
  • How much extra cash should I bring?

There are two peak seasons in Malaysia. One peak tourist season falls roughly from the beginning of December to the end of January, covering the major Northern Hemisphere winter holidays -- Christmas, New Year's Day, and Chinese New Year. Hari Raya Puasa, celebrating the end of Ramadan, shifts dates from year to year.

The climate is tropical, so temperatures stay more or less the same in the lower elevations throughout the year. It is generally hot, with temps between 23 °C (73.4 °F) and 32 °C (89.6 °F) and humid. November, December, and January have traditionally been the rainy months (September and October for Penang, further north) but in recent times, with climate change, it’s not always the case. You can expect rain at any point in the year.

You can now apply for a Malaysia visa for Indian citizens starting from ₹ 2,500*. What's more? Get your Malaysia visa in just 5 working days. When all your travel hassles are managed by us, great holidays are a guarantee.

After the sun goes down, the main cities in Malaysia take on a different shade of brilliance. Fashionable restaurants, cosy cafes and the ever-popular 24-hour mamak draw in the crowds with promises of a good night out. Many urban areas, especially around Kuala Lumpur, have venues open until dawn to cater to city folks who prefer jumping into the thick of action at night.
 
From neighbourhood pubs to vibrant clubs headlined by international deejays, nightlife in Malaysia’s urbanscape is not to be missed. In Kuala Lumpur, the partying is centred along Changkat Bukit Bintang, with other social hubs being Asian Heritage Row and Jalan P. Ramlee.
 
A popular night-time activity for Malaysians is eating, with hawkers open until the wee hours of the morning. Whether you’re hungry after a heady clubbing session, or just peckish after a midnight movie, street food is available everywhere, catering to every single palate.

It depends on your personal spending habits. $10-15 (₹ 600 - 1,000) per day should be more than enough to cover your two meals per day. Singapore is more costly than Malaysia. Shopping is a national obsession in both countries, so bring extra cash for that. I usually carry a couple hundred dollars to exchange when traveling overseas as well as have ATM cards to pull out local currency.

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Sit Back and cut through the noise!

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04 Nights / 05 Days - Kuala Lumpur + Penang Package

03 Nights / 04 Days Shopaholics Getaway Kuala Lumpur

03 N / 04 D Fascinating Malaysia Kuala Lumpur + Genting Highland

03 Nights / 04 Days Pleasant Penang Mini Getaway Package

Top recommended experiences

Half Day City Tour
Kuala Lumpur

3 Hours | Kuala Lumpur
₹4,334

Full Day Sunway Lagoon Theme Park

9 Hours | Kuala Lumpur
₹7,196

Half Day Enroute
Putrajaya Tour

4 Hours | Kuala Lumpur
₹6,133

Full day Genting
Highland Tour

8 Hours | Kuala Lumpur
₹11,040

Full Day Cameron
Highlands Tour

8 Hours | Kuala Lumpur
₹17,991

Half-Day Round
Island Experience

4 Hours | Langkawi
₹5,479

Half Day
Discover Langkawi

4 Hours | Langkawi
₹5,724

Half day
Mangrove and Limestone

4 Hours | Langkawi
₹13,002

Full day
Langkawi Grand Tour

8 Hours | Langkawi
₹8,178

Half Day
Sunset Cruise with Cocktail SIC

4 Hours | Langkawi
₹13,656

Half day Island Hopping Discovery

4 Hours | Langkawi
₹5,642

When to go

Low Season

Average Season

High Season

Visa

E-Visa Application

currency

Malaysian Ringgit (1 Ringgit ~ ₹16)

Languages Spoken

Malay, Malaysian, English

Price Sensitivity

₹₹₹₹₹

Popular For

Malaysia is a country in Southeast Asia, located partly on a peninsula of the Asian mainland and partly on the northern third of the island of Borneo.West (peninsular) Malaysia shares a border with Thailand, is connected by a causeway and a bridge (the ‘second link’) to the island state of Singapore, and has coastlines on the South China Sea and the Straits of Malacca. East Malaysia (Borneo) shares borders with Brunei and Indonesia.

FAQs

  • What is the best time to go to Malaysia?
  • What type of climate does Malaysia have?
  • Do I need to get a visa?
  • How is the night life in Malaysia ?
  • How much extra cash should I bring?

There are two peak seasons in Malaysia. One peak tourist season falls roughly from the beginning of December to the end of January, covering the major Northern Hemisphere winter holidays -- Christmas, New Year's Day, and Chinese New Year. Hari Raya Puasa, celebrating the end of Ramadan, shifts dates from year to year.

The climate is tropical, so temperatures stay more or less the same in the lower elevations throughout the year. It is generally hot, with temps between 23 °C (73.4 °F) and 32 °C (89.6 °F) and humid. November, December, and January have traditionally been the rainy months (September and October for Penang, further north) but in recent times, with climate change, it’s not always the case. You can expect rain at any point in the year.

You can now apply for a Malaysia visa for Indian citizens starting from ₹ 2,500*. What's more? Get your Malaysia visa in just 5 working days. When all your travel hassles are managed by us, great holidays are a guarantee.

After the sun goes down, the main cities in Malaysia take on a different shade of brilliance. Fashionable restaurants, cosy cafes and the ever-popular 24-hour mamak draw in the crowds with promises of a good night out. Many urban areas, especially around Kuala Lumpur, have venues open until dawn to cater to city folks who prefer jumping into the thick of action at night.
 
From neighbourhood pubs to vibrant clubs headlined by international deejays, nightlife in Malaysia’s urbanscape is not to be missed. In Kuala Lumpur, the partying is centred along Changkat Bukit Bintang, with other social hubs being Asian Heritage Row and Jalan P. Ramlee.
 
A popular night-time activity for Malaysians is eating, with hawkers open until the wee hours of the morning. Whether you’re hungry after a heady clubbing session, or just peckish after a midnight movie, street food is available everywhere, catering to every single palate.

It depends on your personal spending habits. $10-15 (₹ 600 - 1,000) per day should be more than enough to cover your two meals per day. Singapore is more costly than Malaysia. Shopping is a national obsession in both countries, so bring extra cash for that. I usually carry a couple hundred dollars to exchange when traveling overseas as well as have ATM cards to pull out local currency.

Your holiday is a step away!


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