Scattered in the seas all around the coast are a myriad of islands, some large some small, some with luxury resorts, some uninhabited, but all sit in an amazing sea teeming with marine life and home to some of the best dive sites in the world.
Langkawi which lies off the north western coast of Peninsular Malaysia is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the miles of sandy beaches and clear blue water. Away from the beaches serene villages are interspersed with acres of rice paddy fields while the mountainous interior and lush vegetation is home to exotic plant and wildlife.
Malaysian Borneo consists of the two states of Sabah and Sarawak of which Sarawak is the largest. Situated on the north western edge of Borneo, numerous rivers connect the inland forests to the main towns. The local indigenous people who inhabit these forests live in traditional long house communities, some of which do welcome visitors. Sarawak is also home to many national parks and wildlife reserves with varied flora and fauna and beautiful waterfalls. Sabah is home to Mount Kinabalu one of the highest peaks in South East Asia which can be climbed using a lot of stamina and intensive preparation. Home also to the Sepilok Orang-Utan Sanctuary founded to rehabilitate orphan orang utangs.
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The island of Langkawi is located 30 kilometres of the coast of Peninsular Malaysia, where the...View details >
Four Seasons Resort Langkawi is a tropical paradise; situated on the north-eastern shore of...View details >
Located 15 minutes off Kota Kinabalu and within the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park is Pulau Gaya,...View details >
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