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Détail du voyage :

Departure from the UK in the direction of Malaysia Day 1 - London
Departure from the UK in the direction of Malaysia
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Day 1 - London Departure from the UK in the direction of Malaysia

  • Takeoff from the UK towards Malaysia.
  • Flight from Paris towards the airport Kuala Lumpur, capital of Malaysia, which is located on the peninsular.
  • If you wish to travel in Business Class or First Class, thank you to consult our advisors.
  • Meals and night on board.
Arriving in Malaysia and visiting Kuala Lumpur Day 2 – Kuala Lumpur

Day 2 – Kuala Lumpur Arriving in Malaysia and visiting Kuala Lumpur

  • Land in Kuala Lumpur Airport in the morning.
  • We will meet you at the airport and take you to your hotel.
  • Spend a free afternoon getting to know the capital city,

    Kuala Lumpur

    , and enjoying your first glimpse of Malaysia.

    In a country that is a melting pot of cultures, Kuala Lumpur is a warm, welcoming capital city where all the communities that make up the Malay people are present. Between its charming old districts and its brand new towers that soar towards the sky, Kuala Lumpur is a multi-faceted capital. You will be amazed by the city’s bold architecture and how it has kept many havens of peace – beautiful green spaces that punctuate the city.

  • Lunch and dinner at your leisure.
  • Spend the night at the Radius Hotel in Kuala Lumpur (or similar).
Through Kuala Lumpur Day 3 – Kuala Lumpur

Day 3 – Kuala Lumpur Through Kuala Lumpur

  • Breakfast.
  • This morning, you will leave to spend a half-day visiting the city of Kuala Lumpur.
  • This guided tour will provide you with an overview of

    the entire city

    : between sophisticated modernism and charming colonial residences.

    Stroll through the different neighbourhoods of this city: the colonial centre, Merdeka Square, the bustling Chinatown, the National Museum that presents the story of the city, the King’s palace, Masjid Jamek mosque, etc. After seeing an overview of the city with the guided tour, we recommend you walk around on your own to discover more of this paradoxical city, which has some of the hustle and bustle of Asian capitals, but is actually quite peaceful thanks to the ever-present greenery.

  • Don't miss:
  • The Petronas Towers

    : these twin towers – currently the tallest twin building in the world – are the landmark of Malaysia and its capital city. These two steel 88-floor towers house a luxury shopping centre. You can walk on the Skybridge, which connects them at 170 metres (558 feet) above the ground. It provides a breath-taking view!

  • The Kuala Lumpur Tower,

    the TV tower, which is 421 metres high (1,387 feet), is the highest viewpoint in Kuala Lumpur. An impressive visit, which will allow you to enjoy a panoramic view of Kuala Lumpur.

  • Get lost in

    Chinatown

    with its little streets, colourful shops, and aromas of mysterious spices and fruit. Don’t miss Jalan Petaling, Chinatown’s lively covered street, as well as Sri Mahamariamman, a large Hindu temple, and Sze Yah, a Taoist temple.

  • Stroll around

    Merdeka Square

    , where Malaysia’s independence was proclaimed on the 16th of September 1963. The square is surrounded by beautiful monuments and has a peaceful atmosphere.

  • Enjoy

    the Lake Gardens

    , created by the British, where you will find the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park, the wonderful Islamic Arts Museum and Masjid Negara, a beautiful mosque that was inspired by the layout of the Grand Mosque in Mecca.

  • Little India

    will transport you to another realm, a shimmering world where the many little shops sell fabric, saris and all kinds of sparkling objects. An enjoyable stroll in a welcoming and picturesque atmosphere!

  • Walk around

    Kampung Baru

    , a traditional neighbourhood which has remained true to itself and still looks like a little village, with its traditional Malay wooden houses and beautiful gardens. Not far from there, don’t miss the lively Chow Kit Market.

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  • Those who enjoy shopping will find many giant shopping centres in Kuala Lumpur.
  • Lunch and dinner at your leisure.
  • Spend the night at the Radius Hotel in Kuala Lumpur (or similar).
A day in Malacca Day 4 – Malacca

Day 4 – Malacca A day in Malacca

  • Have breakfast in your hotel.
  • Leave Kuala Lumpur for the city of

    Malacca

    , which is less than 200 km (124 miles) away.

    Malacca has remained unchanged for centuries. You will marvel at its cultural diversity, the remnants of colonial times, and its famous gastronomy, which combines all the tastes of Malay cuisine. Until the 14th century, it was merely a fishing village. Developed by a Hindu prince, it became the crossroads of trade routes connecting the Indian Ocean to the China Sea. Malacca was inhabited, in turn, by Chinese, Portuguese, Dutch and English colonists, and converted to Islam and then Christianity. It is a blend of many cultures and has a rich architectural past, which is visible in its picturesque architecture. It is recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of the most popular destinations in Malaysia.

  • Chinatown

    , a must-see district and the heart of Malacca, is home to a large Chinese community.

    You can see beautiful facades as well as incredible temples, painted in bright colours. The neighbourhood hosts a night market on Friday and Saturday evenings. Not far from there, walk to Cheng Hoon Teng Temple, the oldest traditional Chinese temple in Malaysia, which was built in 1646.

  • The Stadthuys

    , the town hall and office of the Governor, is the town’s landmark and the oldest Dutch monument in Asia, since it dates back to 1641.

    Nearby, the “Red Square” is named after the colour of its buildings. The entire neighbourhood dates from the Dutch colonial period and its architecture is reminiscent of Amsterdam. You will visit the church, which was built in 1753.

  • The Porta de Santiago, a magnificent fortress built by the Portuguese in 1511.
  • On the hill that houses the colonial neighbourhood ofBukit Saint Paul, visit St. Paul’s Church, from which you can enjoy a lovely view of Malacca. In the background: the sea, the famous Malacca Strait and a beautiful vista of the city.
  • The Sultan’s Palace, which has been turned into a museum, is also well worth visiting.
  • Bukit Cina is the largest Chinese graveyard outside of China and dates from the 17th century.
  • Visit

    Harmony Street

    , the home of the beautiful temple of Chen Hoon Teng, which was built in 1946 with materials imported from China. Its ornate roofs bring together three main doctrines: Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism. You will also see an Indian temple, Sri Poyyatha Vinayagar and Kapitan Kling Mosque.

  • Walk down

    Jonker Street

    , which is famous for its 140 pre-war shops: hairdressers, acupuncture salons and souvenir shops, as well as stalls selling Chinese medicinal herbs.

  • In the evening, after this busy day, you will go back to Kuala Lumpur.
  • Lunch included and dinner at your leisure.
  • Spend the night at the Radius Hotel in Kuala Lumpur (or similar).
Off to the Cameron Highlands Day 5 – Kuala Lumpur / The Cameron Highlands

Day 5 – Kuala Lumpur / The Cameron Highlands Off to the Cameron Highlands

  • After a delicious breakfast, you will leave Kuala Lumpur for theCameron Highlands.
  • You will travel along the wild, green roads of Malaysia.
  • If you are driving, you can stop off on the way to take a hike to the beautiful Lata Iskandar waterfall. You can also visit typical villages.
  • The

    Cameron Highlands

    are nestled at 1,600 metres (5,200 feet) above sea level.

    They are a breath of fresh air and a welcome break from the humid, suffocating heat of Malaysia. This region is a natural blessing, a haven of peace with amazing scenery.

  • In the afternoon, depending on when you arrive, you will have the opportunity to visit Sam Poh Temple, a singular place dedicated to a 15th century Chinese admiral. This classical, colourful Buddhist temple also boasts a beautiful view of the area.
  • Lunch and dinner at your leisure.
  • Spend the night in the Strawberry Resort Hotel in the Cameron Highlands (or similar).
In the heart of the Cameron Highlands Day 6 – The Cameron Highlands

Day 6 – The Cameron Highlands In the heart of the Cameron Highlands

  • After breakfast, you will leave to visit the region of the Cameron Highlands, which used to be a holiday location for the British in colonial times.
  • Between the thick jungle, the mountains, the waterfalls and the tea plantations, there are many hiking trips to be done.
  • In addition to the hikes, you can also visit:
  • Tea plantations, like Boh Sungai Palas Tea Estate and Sungai Palas.You will learn everything about the art of cultivating tea and can even taste this fascinating product.
  • Tehndayuthapany Swamy Temple, a colourful Hindu shrine.
  • The villages of the Semai, who live in this region. Take the time to wander around the local markets: taste, smell and chat!
  • The butterfly farm, which houses many different species.
  • Lunch and dinner at your leisure.
  • Spend the night in the Strawberry Resort Hotel in the Cameron Highlands (or similar).
The Ipoh Caves Day 7 – The Cameron Highlands / Ipoh

Day 7 – The Cameron Highlands / Ipoh The Ipoh Caves

  • Breakfast.
  • This morning, you can continue to enjoy the fresh air of the Cameron Highlands.
  • In the late morning, leave for Ipoh, which has a very different atmosphere.
  • On the way, you will have the opportunity to stop off twice, if you are using your own vehicle, to visit two charming sites: Sam Poh Tong temple, near Ipoh, and the town of Ipoh.
  • Sam Poh Tong

    is an impressive limestone cave in which a Chinese monk built a Buddhist temple.

  • 33 km (20 miles) from Ipoh, if you have time and if you feel like it, you can also see Gua Tempurung, another limestone cave, which is 2 km (1.2 miles) long. You can explore the humid cave using a system of platforms.
  • You will spend the nght in the town of

    Ipoh

    , which you will visit depending on when you arrive.

    Ipoh, a town which was very active during the British colonial times, has kept the charm of its colonial past. Today, Ipoh is a peaceful, quiet town that is home to one of the most beautiful train stations in the country and a few lovely old residences.

  • Kuala Kangsar

    is a former royal capital city.

    This provincial town still houses many wonderful buildings, including a splendid mosque, Ubudiah, and beautiful palaces: the palace of the Sultan and the Perak Royal Museum.

  • Lunch included and dinner at your leisure.
  • Spend the night in the Heritage Hotel in Ipoh (or similar).
You have arrived in Penang! Day 8 – Ipoh / Penang/Georgetown

Day 8 – Ipoh / Penang/Georgetown You have arrived in Penang!

  • Breakfast.
  • In the morning, leave for the legendary island of Penang.
  • On the way, you will stop off in

    Kuala Kangsar

    , a town with many secrets.

    Indeed, Kuala Kangsar is a former royal capital city. This provincial town still houses many wonderful buildings, including a splendid mosque, Ubudiah, and beautiful palaces: the palace of the Sultan and the Perak Royal Museum.

  • On the way, you can also see the charming traditional Malay houses. In

    Bukit Merah

    , you will take a side trip to the orangutan island.

    They take in orangutans, the wonderful red apes native to Malaysia and Indonesia. You will be able to observe them and get near to them, even though they are not really in their natural habitat.

  • You will arrive in

    Penang

    in the afternoon, after having crossed the third largest bridge in the world, that connects Penang to the Malay peninsula, and you will visit Wat Chayamang Kalaran, which houses a 33 metre (108 feet) long Reclining Buddha.

    Also known as the “Pearl of the East”, Penang Island is a mythical place. Indeed, Penang used to be an English port, on the tea and opium routes. This lovely jewel has a unique charm that welcomes those who are ready to experience its delights. Georgetown, the capital city, has many remnants of colonial times, and you won’t fail to be impressed by its cultural diversity, as different cultures live together in harmony.

  • The hustle and bustle of the narrow streets, the subdued light of the paper lanterns and the spicy aroma of chili and curry mixed with the scent of incense will delight you. The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Georgetown, the capital city of Penang, is a must-see destination that combines past and present Asia.
  • Lunch and dinner at your leisure.
  • Spend the night in the G Hotel in Penang (or similar).
Discovering Penang Day 9 – Penang/Georgetown

Day 9 – Penang/Georgetown Discovering Penang

  • Breakfast.
  • Today you will discover the beauties of Penang.
  • You will be able to see and visit:
  • The traditional Chinese houses, the most famous of which is Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion, built in 1880 and nicknamed “the Blue House”.
  • Khoo Kongsi

    Kongsis are rallying points for members of the same Chinese clan, serving at the same time as temples and schools. This beautiful building, which burned down during its inauguration in 1901, was richly and luxuriously restored.

  • Kuan Yin Teng Temple

    is the oldest Buddhist temple in Penang. It was built around 1800 and is still a beautiful, lively site.

  • Sri Mariamman Temple is a colourful Hindu temple that is covered with sculptures and other decorations.
  • Wat Chayamang Kalaran Temple houses a 33 metre (108 feet) long Reclining Buddha.
  • The

    Clan Piers

    make up a singular neighbourhood, comprised of wooden houses built on stilts. Don’t hesitate to stroll down these wooden pontoons to breathe in the atmosphere of these districts that are built over the sea.

  • Penang Museum, which presents the history of Penang and highlights the multi-ethnic character of the Malay people.
  • The famous

    Fort Cornwallis

    was built in the spot where Francis Light landed in 1786. Not far from there, check out the Clock Tower, which was built for Queen Victoria’s 60th birthday.

  • A workshop that manufactures Batiks, the famous printed fabric that is very popular in Europe.
  • Add to your visit of the island by riding in a rickshaw that will take you through the maze of streets in Georgetown.
  • Lunch and dinner at your leisure.
  • Spend the night in the G Hotel in Penang (or similar).
The treasures of Penang Day 10 – Penang/Georgetown

Day 10 – Penang/Georgetown The treasures of Penang

  • Breakfast.
  • Today, you can take your time to discover the hidden treasures of this legendary island.
  • In addition to Georgetown, Penang has other must-see visits in store for you:
  • Take the cable-car to the top of Penang Hill, from which you can enjoy a wonderful view of the island. Walk down through the jungle amongst beautiful unspoiled natural surroundings.
  • Kek Lok Si Temple

    is the largest Buddhist temple in Malaysia. A beautiful tour will take you around its many buildings.

  • Don’t miss the largest butterfly sanctuary in the world, Butterfly Farm, which houses 4,000 butterflies from 120 different species.
  • Penang also has many beaches to offer, especially on the coast north of Georgetown. You can choose to relax there in the afternoon.
  • Lunch and dinner at your leisure.
  • Spend the night in the G Hotel in Penang (or similar).
Off to the East Coast Day 11 – Penang/Georgetown / Kota Bharu

Day 11 – Penang/Georgetown / Kota Bharu Off to the East Coast

  • In the morning, after breakfast, you will leave the West Coast of Malaysia and head out to the East Coast, on the China Sea.
  • This lesser known coast, which is much more rugged and authentic, will allow you to discover a different side to Malaysia: less modern, more rural and more

    rooted in tradition.

    This coast, which is mainly Muslim, has idyllic scenery and will allow you to discover a very welcoming people who will share their daily routines with you. In addition, the East Coast is filled with heavenly landscapes of white sand beaches by unbelievably turquoise waters!

  • Your trip will take you to Banding Island, which dominates Temenggor Lake and provides a stunning view of the rainforest. After arriving in Kota Bahru, if you have made good progress, you will visit a workshop that makes traditional silver objects.
  • In the evening, don’t miss the lively Kota Bharu night market.
  • Lunch included and dinner at your leisure.
  • Spend the night in the Renaissance Hotel in Kota Bharu (or similar).
Visiting Kota Bharu Day 12 – Kota Bharu

Day 12 – Kota Bharu Visiting Kota Bharu

  • Have breakfast and visit

    Kota Bharu.

    The largest Muslim city in the country, Kota Bharu is still strongly steeped in traditional Malay culture. This warm and welcoming city is very lively and it is worth spending some time there to experience the heart of Malaysia. Don’t miss the dynamic central market with colourful stalls filled with fruit, vegetables and delicious local products!

  • Not far from Kota Bharu, you can swim in Tok Uban Lake, a beautiful area where you can meet fishermen selling their daily catch. If you want to cool down, the Jeram Pasu waterfall is another option. Wat Phathivihan Temple houses the largest Reclining Buddha in the world, which was built in 1973.
  • Lunch included and dinner at your leisure.
  • Spend the night in the Renaissance Hotel in Kota Bharu (or similar).
Near the fishing villages Day 13 – Kota Bharu / Kuala Terengganu

Day 13 – Kota Bharu / Kuala Terengganu Near the fishing villages

  • This morning, have breakfast and leave for

    Kuala Terengganu

    , which is 4 hours from Kota Bharu.

    The capital city of the eponymous state, Kuala Terengganu has a few surprises in store for travellers who take the time to discover them. Don’t miss the traditional Malay market, as must-see as it as this is where the charm of many Malay towns resides. However, Kuala Terengganu also houses a lovely museum, Muzium Terengganu, which presents a wonderful overview of the different Malay cultures.

  • On the way, you will visit Duyong Terengganu Island, located in the narrows of Terengganu River. This traditional village is very charming. Don’t hesitate to get lost in its streets and meet the welcoming locals. On this island, you can see a shipyard. Indeed, boat-building is one of the main activities of the region. A wonderful experience!
  • You will also visit the traditional village of Merang, where people are completely dependant on the fishing industry.
  • Lunch included and dinner at your leisure.
  • Spend the night in the Sutra Beach Resort Hotel in Kuala Terengganu (or similar).
Beaches and turtles Day 14 – Kuala Terengganu / Kuantan

Day 14 – Kuala Terengganu / Kuantan Beaches and turtles

  • After breakfast, leave for the city of Kuantan.
  • On the way, if you want to, you can visit a workshop that makes bronze objects as well as

    Rantau Abdang Beach.

    This beautiful beach is famous for its turtles. Indeed, many different kinds of turtles, such as the famous leatherback sea turtle, which is an endangered species, come here to lay their eggs every year between May and September.

  • Arrive at the hotel in the early afternoon. You can enjoy the hotel’s beach and spend the rest of the day relaxing there.
  • Lunch and dinner included.
  • Spend the night in the Hyatt Regency hotel in Kuantan (or similar).
Back to Kuala Lumpur Day 15 – Kuantan / Kuala Lumpur

Day 15 – Kuantan / Kuala Lumpur Back to Kuala Lumpur

  • Last day on the East Coast.
  • After breakfast, you will continue travelling towards Kuala Lumpur. You will stop off in the village of Cherating to encounter some strange monkeys! Indeed, they are in charge of collecting coconuts.
  • After that, you will walk around the traditional village of Beserah, where people still live off the resources of the sea.
  • Arrive in Kuala Lumpur in the evening and transfer straight to the airport to board your flight to London.
Arrive in the UK Day 16 - London
Arrive in the UK
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Day 16 - London Arrive in the UK

  • Arrive in the UK.
  • Meal and night on board.

Tour's activities

Our selection of activities

We invite you to take full advantage of your experiences with Marco Vasco by selecting among our additional guided tours. Don’t hesitate to talk to one of our specialists for more information or if you would prefer a Spanish-speaking guide!

Included Activities

Rickshaw in the streets of Penang

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.

Visiting a Batik factory in Penang

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.

Fishing villages

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.

Rantau Abdang Turtle Beach

Rantau Abdang Turtle Beach

Rantau Abdang Turtle Beach

On the East Coast, Rantau Abdang Beach is famous as the place where the turtles come and lay their eggs. Discover this wonderful, moving, natural phenomenon. Maybe you will spot a leatherback sea turtle...

Visiting a tea plantation in the Cameron Highlands

Visiting a tea plantation in the Cameron Highlands

Visiting a tea plantation in the Cameron Highlands

Discover the origins of tea, the wonderful daily herb that the English love so much, as you see it green and in the grass!

Tour's hotels

Our selection of hotels

Voici les hébergements que nous vous proposons pour votre circuit. Ils sont communiqués à titre indicatif et pourront être remplacés par des hôtels de catégorie similaire.

Included Hotels

Hyatt Regency - Kuantan

Hotel Kuantan

Hyatt Regency - Kuantan

The Hyatt Regency Kuantan Resort offers a fully equipped spa, a golf course, an outdoor pool, a fitness centre and a tennis court. The rooms have balconies. The television offers access to satellite channels. The rooms have the following commodities: broadband Internet access (via cable), for an additional fee, and a safe in the room.

Hotel G - Penang

Hotel Penang/Georgetown

Hotel G - Penang

This hotel, which combines modernity, comfort and elegance, is a beautiful creation that pays tribute to modern and contemporary design. The splendid lobby is furnished with carefully chosen designer furniture.

Renaissance - Kota Bharu

Hotel Kota Bharu

Renaissance - Kota Bharu

Located in the centre of the beautiful city of Kota Bharu, the Renaissance Hotel Kota Bharu is a luxury 5 star hotel. The hotel is your gateway to the charming pleasures of Malaysia and its picturesque historical city centre.

Sutra Beach Resort - Kuala Terengganu

Hotel Kuala Terengganu

Sutra Beach Resort - Kuala Terengganu

Located in a small traditional fishing village, the Kuala Terengganu Sutra Beach Resort will make your holidays an unforgettable experience.

Heritage - Ipoh

Hotel Ipoh

Heritage - Ipoh

The 161 rooms of the Heritage Ipoh boast a lovely view of the surrounding mountains and have everything you need for a relaxing stay.

Strawberry Resort - Cameron Highlands

Hotel The Cameron Highlands

Strawberry Resort - Cameron Highlands

The hotel combines rustic mountain charm with a touch of urban sophistication. The hotel, which offers beautiful rooms and apartments, is one of the most beautiful places to spend a holiday in the Highlands.

Radius - Kuala Lumpur

Hotel Kuala Lumpur

Radius - Kuala Lumpur

Radius International offers friendly accommodation with efficient service. Located in Changkat Bukit Bintang, the hotel is only a few minutes from the main shopping centres and restaurants of Bukit Bintang.

Good to know

  • Hotels and Meals

    If a hotel mentioned in the program is not available, a hotel in a similar category will be booked.
    All the meals during the trip are included in the programme, unless the detailed itinerary mentions otherwise.
    In our programmes, the hotels offered are usually comfortable 3 or 4 star hotels. If you would like hotels in a higher or lower category, please don’t hesitate to consult one of our specialised advisers. During this itinerary, you will spend several nights in the jungle, in a longhouse, the traditional houses of the inhabitants of Borneo. The accommodation may be basic, but it is very authentic. You won’t have private toilets or bathrooms.
    Good to Know:In the peak season (Christmas holidays, July and August, from January to March), hotels quickly become fully booked. Don’t hesitate to reserve well in advance to avoid any availability issues.


  • Prices

    The prices displayed on our website are based on two people in the off season.
    This is the starting price, which can change depending on flight and accommodation availability and when you want to take your trip.
    Indeed, in the peak season, airlines and hotels don’t hesitate to apply higher rates than in the off season, due to high demand.
    Planetveo/MalaysiaVeo carefully calculate their prices in order to guarantee the best price in terms of the quality/price ratio.
    Our advice: the earlier you book, the more chance you have of getting interesting deals, especially when it comes to plane tickets – keep that in mind!


  • Additional Information

    • Procedures and Visas

      You don’t need a visa to go to Malaysia or Singapore.

    • Vaccinations and Health

      No vaccinations are required for travellers coming from Europe. However, it is recommended you make sure the following vaccinations are up-to-date: tetanus, polio, diphtheria, hepatitis B. You do not need preventative treatment against malaria.
      Health: Never drink tap water, as it is not safe to drink. Also avoid ice cubes, which are made with tap water. Always buy mineral water.

    • Meeting People

      During this trip, you will meet the Iban and other tribes of Borneo and share their lives, in their longhouses. Please be respectful and ask for their permission before taking pictures of them. We encourage you to taste the products they offer you, as this will create a positive atmosphere for your stay. In any case, please try to be as polite as possible towards your hosts, even if your cultures are very different!

    • Hiking and Sporting Activities

      Borneo is home to a lush, virgin flora. During this itinerary, you will spend time in the jungle. Please remember to dress appropriately and bring the necessary equipment. Always make sure you have snacks on you, as you will occasionally be far from everything and will not have the opportunity to buy food. Also remember to bring a bottle of water with you, as the heat can be overpowering.
      Finally, you will have many opportunities to swim: don’t forget to bring your swimsuit and a towel!


  • Bespoke travel packages

    Planetveo/MalaysiaVeo is specialised in bespoke travel packages
    Your trip will therefore be private: you will not be mixed in with a group of strangers. You will have your own car and your own guide (unless mentioned otherwise).
    The itineraries offered on our website are merely suggestions that can easily be changed or extended.
    Don’t hesitate to talk to our specialised advisers: they will adapt the trip to suit you and will create a bespoke programme for you!
    We also offer different kinds of extensions in the Extension section.
    Don’t hesitate to browse through the different tabs of the site to get an idea of the different possibilities we can offer you!
    Finally, if you want to change the accommodation to a higher or lower category, everything is possible! All you need to do is leave a note on the quotation form.



Tour Price

The price include

  • International flights with a scheduled operator in economy class
  • Airport taxes and the solidarity tax on airplane tickets
  • Accommodation in the standard hotels mentioned in the programme (or hotels in a similar category)
  • The meals mentioned in the detailed itinerary
  • Transfers
  • The activities mentioned in the itinerary
  • An English-speaking guide

The price doesn't include

  • Insurance (please ask us)
  • Drinks
  • Tips
  • Personal purchases
  • Meals not included (please see the detailed itinerary)
  • Optional visits and activities

* price per person "from", double base in standard room

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