Kuala Lumpur



The capital of Malaysia has made its mark as being one of the most kaleidoscopic cities in Southeast Asia. Here, skyscrapers and bustling trade fuse with heritage buildings and multi-ethnic people: in an air of perfect hybrid of commercialisation and culture.

Rising 88 stories above ground, the Petronas Towers, one of the tallest buildings in the world sets the skyline for downtown KL. Kilometres away, the Kuala Lumpur Railway station, epitomising the best of neo-Moorish architecture from Malaysia’s colonial past shuttles urbanites in and out of the city.

It’s excitement at every corner – the shopaholic will be enthralled with its massive shopping malls, architectural buffs will be fascinated with the mingling of designs of various influences, and the cultural aficionados will meet their match with the diverse cultural landscape that makes up this charming metropolis. As the sun sets, nocturnal travellers will have streets full of trendy spots to choose from.

 Kota Kinabalu


The majestic Mount Kinabalu is both a magnificent sight to behold and an adventure to climb, while gushing hot springs invite the tired traveller to take a moment to reinvigorate. For adventure seekers, the uninhabited islands of Pulau Tiga, made famous through the hit reality show ‘Survivor’ holds many secrets to discover, both in its forests and underwater.

Kota Kinabalu is also the transit point to several world-renowned diving spots. Layang-Layang, which holds a reputation as a diving, fishing and bird-watching paradise, is accessible via a private airline operating from Kota Kinabalu Terminal 2 Airport. Meanwhile, travel to the legendary dive spots of Sipadan, Mabul and Kapalai begin at the Kota Kinabalu Airport to Tawau, then onwards by land to Semporna, and lastly transfer by speed boat to the islands.

 Kota Bharu


To experience rich Malay cultural heritage, take a flight to Kota Bharu. Old trishaws mingle with modern vehicles amidst the hustle-and-bustle of the old central market that is still being dominated by enterprising women. It is a journey back in time in Kota Bharu, with museums galore and unique architectural styles. A flight into this wonderful gem of a town in the state of Kelantan is definitely a worthwhile cultural and culinary adventure.

Kota Bharu is also a shopping haven for silverware, batik and unique handicrafts. The town serves as a jump-off point to the fabulous beaches and underwater treasures of the Perhentian islands.