A mecca of cultural and environmental diversity with underrated food that would knock the socks off even the most ardent of food critics.
From the grand architecture of Petronas towers in Kuala Lumpur to the street art of Malacca, Malaysia has art in its blood. It’s nature is nothing to scoff at either, with Cameron Highlands providing a cool atmosphere and escape from the city and Redang Island providing water clear enough to take a bath in, there’s quite literally all bases covered for avid travellers. And the food.. Oh my!
Borneo has quickly become a bookitlist dream for many, a region split across 3 distinct countries with unparalleled natural splendour. Gorgeous coastlines teeming with tropical fish, this magical stretch of Borneo is positively bursting with stuff to see and do. This eight-day adventure promises to keep you busy; time spent marvelling at nature’s glory on Libaran Island, close encounters with orangutans at a rehabilitation centre and prowling the streets of Kota Kinabalu by night.
This bountiful country consists of more than 7,641 islands and is split in 3 regions.
The world's largest archipelago is a paradise full natural beauty
Angkor Wat the world's largest religious building, punctuates Siem Reap as well as it’s national flag