Malaysia

Malaysia

Unique, magnificent and with a wealth of attractions to discover, the exotic destination of Malaysia is a fabulous location for travellers who want much more from their holiday experience. Explore this magnificent multi-cultural country in Southeast Asia with Qatar Airways Holidays and choose from a range of packages that will help you enjoy the best attractions, luxury hotels, and fun activities.

Malaysia’s natural beauty is made up of granite rock formations, dense jungles, and hills blanketed in emerald fauna, while its capital Kuala Lumpur features incredible examples of modern architecture with soaring skyscrapers and the iconic Petronas Twin Towers piercing the sky. For beach escapes, jungle adventures, and sophisticated city breaks, Malaysia offers all of this and more.

Malaysia Destinations

Malaysia Holiday Packages

Tease your taste buds with a Malaysia culinary package in Kuala Lumpur, where there’s a blend of Chinese, Indian, Malaysian and European cuisine. For romantic beach breaks to Manukan Island, wildlife encounters in Borneo, or hiking adventures in the huge Penang National Park, you’ll find a wide selection of Malaysia travel packages with Qatar Airways Holidays.

Good to know

Time Zone

GMT+8 hours

Languages

Malay, English, Chinese

Dialing Code

+60

Electricity

230/240V 50Hz

Currency

Malaysian ringit

Malaysia Experiences

  • Malaysia’s stunning natural landscapes and wildlife will draw you in as soon as you arrive. Trek through wild jungles in Taman Negara Pahang and learn about the native people who have made it their home. If you have a head for heights then why not get adventurous and climb Mount Kinabalu in Sabah with the help of carved trails and ropes? Alternatively head underground and explore the limestone Mulu caves in Gunung Mulu National Park in Sarawak.
  • Visit the elephants and lions in the National Zoo, or watch hundreds of species of birds fly freely in the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park. Malaysia occupies the states of Sabah and Sarawak on Borneo, sharing the island with Indonesia and Brunei. You can watch orang utans swing through the trees in Sabah’s Kinabatangan Wildlife Sanctuary, or you can visit Sarawak’s Sultan Iskandar Planetarium in the river-front city of Kuching.
  • Malaysia’s capital city is a complete contrast to its surrounding natural landscape. The tall Petronas Towers soar above pastel-coloured colonial architecture, and there’s a mixture of preserved mosques and old Buddhist temples, and ultra-modern buildings like the National Mosque of Malaysia. For shopping, head to the lively Bukit Bintang district, or browse the stalls of the city’s night markets.
  • You can book an array of activities with a Malaysia tour package and go island-hopping to the Perhentian Islands where you can swim in shallow turquoise waters, or relax on white sandy beaches. Visit the Hindu temple in the Batu Caves, or visit the hot springs and botanical gardens in the UNESCO-listed Kinabalu Park.