Cheap Flights to Malaysia
Malaysia consists of thirteen states and is separated by the South China Sea into two regions, the Peninsular and Malaysian Borneo.
The whole country has a winning combination of world class white sandy beaches, rainforests that go way back in time, majestic mosques and state of the art city skyscrapers in the capital Kuala Lumpur like the Petronas Twin Towers, that makes this unique destination a very special place to visit. Whatever your hearts desire, you will almost certainly find it in this country. Why not let Travelspec.com search now for all the cheapest Malaysia flights that are available, we could save you a small fortune!
You can scuba dive in the tropical waters in Borneo, including places like Layang Layang, Pulau Sipadan, Pulau Redang, Miri and the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park. Or for the natural enthusiast, you can go jungle trekking in the Taman Negara National Park where you will find marked trails that include a breathtaking walk along the canopy walkway.
Also in the Gunung Mulu National Park you can visit the most extensive cave system in the world, including the cave of the Winds, the Deer Cave and the Clearwater Cave
Another way to see the land and absorb some mesmerising views, is to ascend Mount Kinabulu which is the highest peak in southeast Asia.
For accommodation you can also join the natives in a Malaysian longhouse which can be found along the rivers in Sabah and Sarawak.
For a bit of culture try visiting the colonial city of Malacca which has numerous original Dutch colonial buildings as well as a unique shopping district on Jonker Street.
For something a bit more daring and unusual, try visiting the Snake Temple in Penang, which has swarms of poisonous snakes slithering around. (Although their venomous threat has been lessened through their continual incense inhalation!)
For those who just prefer to chill out you can relax on Penang's sun-drenched beaches or spend your money in the free port and duty-free shopping haven of Langkawi Island, where pristine white sandy beaches await you at the end of your shopping spree! To top it off you can bathe in the restorative waters of the Pedas Hot Springs which is eighteen miles south of Seremban and which also has recreational and dining facilities for visitors.