Arts & culture

Spending the night in a longhouse

Spending the night in a longhouse

This unforgettable experience will allow you to share the lives of a tribal village in Borneo as you stay in the communal longhouse. Meals, tours, dances and traditional music will all contribute to teaching you about these fascinating cultures! The longhouses are home to the native people of Borneo. They are built on stilts in the middle of the f...

Visiting the Batu Caves

Visiting the Batu Caves

The largest Hindu temple outside of India is located in Malaysia. This beautiful building is built in the Batu Caves, and you must climb up more than 200 steps to reach it! You definitely have to deserve it! You will be blown away by the uniqueness of this temple!

Rickshaw in the streets of Penang

Rickshaw in the streets of Penang

Take a fun, original trip through the streets of the city as you go back in time to Penang’s colonial age. Add to your visit of the island by riding in a rickshaw that will take you through the maze of streets in Georgetown.

Fishing villages

Fishing villages

The East Coast, which is full of little fishing villages, shows a different side of Malaysia. You will discover a welcoming population that is happy to share its culture with you and teach you more about its traditions. During these excursions, you will probably visit a boat-building workshop.

Visiting a Batik factory in Penang

Visiting a Batik factory in Penang

Marvel at the ancestral method of manufacturing the fabric and scarves that are so popular in Europe nowadays. Batik is a fabric with patterns often incorporating flowers or bright colours. Batik has been practised for over a thousand years.

Lunch with a local family in Abai

Lunch with a local family in Abai

What better way to taste traditional Malay cuisine than to share a meal with a local family? You will be able to talk with them, share and learn!

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