Malaysia Multi Centre Holidays
Multi-centre vacation is perhaps the most suitable way to explore diverse holiday attractions scattered across a country, region or even continents. More and more holidaymakers are now planning multi-centre holidays in order to satiate varied holiday interests, be it solo, family or a group of travellers. Malaysia is an all rounder destination with the likes of Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Langkawi being its main claim to the fame. Kuala Lumpur remains a staple on the itineraries of most holidaymakers arriving in Malaysia.
The capital city is not only the biggest gateway to the country but also a fascinating metropolis with a flourish of tourist-centric haunts. Amidst the soaring skyscrapers, which festoon the city landscape, people who land in Kuala Lumpur, will be able to check the much celebrated Malay cuisines and culture. After spending few days in the capital, tourists can head to other Malaysian tourist hubs like Penang and Langkawi. While Penang thrives on an unbeatable blend of rich history and glorious natural surroundings, Langkawi is a popular beach destination with wonderful beaches, natural lakes and tropical rainforests.
Besides, blessed with perfect location on the globe Malaysia is neighboured by countless spectacular holiday destinations including Thailand, Singapore, Bali, Vietnam, Cambodia etc. Then there are relatively farther destinations such as India, Sri Lanka, Manila, Hong Kong, and beyond. In fact, there is no destination that cannot be clubbed with Malaysia on a multi centre holiday - Transpacific or Transatlantic; all thanks to the wide network of global airlines that offer seamless connectivity.
Check out Away Holidays' exclusive itineraries for your next multi centre holiday to Malaysia. Looking at broader set of destinations to club with Malaysia? Call us and we will tailor the perfect multi centre holiday for you, be it your desire for the magic of Arabia, the glamour of Las Vegas, mystical sights and sounds of India, the safaris of Africa, or the thrill of Australia and New Zealand down under!