Malaysia East and West: Travel at a pace set by the winds. On Borneo, East Malaysia: Explore pristine dive sites and Urang Otang preservation nature parks. Discover wild cashews hanging from the trees over a river whilst exploring rainforests with your tender. Climb Mt Kinabalu and wild water raft through a jungle so ancient and exotic that they house plants and animals found nowhere else on earth. Clusters of islands offer plenty of protected anchorages in all wind and sea conditions and the sports fishing is amazing. Cruising is good all year round.
West Malaysia: a heaven for yachties. The bays of Langkawi are providing protected anchorages in all wind and sea conditions. Malaysia is welcoming foreign registered yachts and has much unexpected beauty to offer: high cliffs, rainforests, some 5 star hotels, swimming in a freshwater lake or visiting the wildlife sanctuary.
Drive through Langkawi Island to see the paddy fields and beautiful wooden houses
Visit the Pulau Payar Marine Park for its marine life and scuba diving
Take a cable car to the peak of Mount Mat Cincang, Langkawi’s second highest mountain
Play golf at one of the most stunning public courses