My Malaysia Destinations


Langkawi is part of a group of islands by the same name, set north west of the Malaysian mainland. Famous for its diving, white sand and lush green rainforest. The National parks on the islands have been given World Geopark status by UNESCO.

Kuala Lumpur

As well as being great for shopping, KL the capital of Malaysia is a foodie heaven, find everything from street food to afternoon tea! The view from the Petronas Towers, once the world’s tallest buildings, is a must see while you are here!


An Island connected to the mainland by road, think palm trees, rainforest and plenty of Malaysian culture, mixed with modern western influences. George Town, the state capital is a UNESCO World Heritage Site full of fascinating history.


Sandakan on the island of Borneo has something for everyone, whether you are interested in WWII history, getting up close with an Orangutan, or just simply soaking up the sun.

Kota Kinabalu

Kota Kinabalu is the state capital of Sabah, set on the island of Borneo, which is shared by Malaysia, Indonesia and Brunei. It is a great base for exploring the jungle, or enjoying the water and very close to Mount Kinabalu the islands highest point.