Kuala & Bali
8 Days - 7 Nights
Combining Kuala Lumpur and Bali is a perfect way of experiencing a different type of Asia. In Kuala Lumpur, you’ll be up close with some of the most iconic buildings and beautiful temples in the entire continent.Bali provides visitors with a unique way of relaxing, while also enjoying the famous nightlife that the island offers.
Malaysia is located in the Southeast Asia, Sharing its north border with Thailand, and connected by a causeway and a bridge to Singapore.
Malaysia is a developing nation. it has a very big investment in the high technology industries and oil wealth.
Malaysia has various attractions can suit every tourist from the dazzling metropolis of Kuala Lumpur, idyllic islands of Langkawi and wildlife-packed jungle.
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BEST TIME TO VISIT
The best time to travel to Malaysia is between December to February and May to August as the weather is quite balanced. Temperature ranges from 21 - 33 degrees.
The months March, April, September, October, and November are relatively the wetter months
Good to know
Time difference: GMT +4 hours
Capital: Kuala Lumpur
Currency: Malaysian Ringgit (MYR)
Flying time to destination:
Varies between 12½ and 15 hours depending on the airport.
Language: Malay. English is widely spoken
What to do
Entry details for Egyptian passport holders: A visa is not required for stays of up to 3 months. Passports need 6 months validity from your date of entry.
Kuala Lumpur is the main shopping-grabber in Malaysia. The twin Petronas Towers are the most iconic landmark in Kuala – impossible to miss, close to Petronas you’ll find a trio of swanky designer malls.
go a little deeper and you’ll find bustling marketplaces of spicy street food.
Split by sea
Malaysia is made up of a couple of strips of land, separated by the seat of the South China Sea. In the west, you’ll find the more popular Peninsular Malaysia, where the bright lights of Kuala Lumpur sit shoulder-to-shoulder with vast natural parks and jungle-like terrain. East Malaysia, meanwhile, is a blanket of untouched rainforests and mountains covering the northern reaches of Borneo.
Culture and Temples
You’ll have to leave Malaysia’s modern comforts to catch a glimpse of the breath-taking scenery, but boy is it worth it. Head north from Kuala Lumpur and you’ll reach the striking green plains of the Cameron Highlands, where tea plantations roll out as far as the eye can see. The rainforest at Taman Negara is a must-visit, too, with Malay tigers, Indian elephants and macaque monkeys roaming beneath the thick canopy.
Top Travel Destinations in Malaysia
Kuala Lumpur is the heart and soul of Malaysia, most of Visitors called KL.
Kuala Lumpur fits the title of ‘Malaysia: Truly Asia’ with its Asian cyber city, skyscrapers, towering hi-tech buildings, historic temples and mosques, shopping malls and luxury hotels.
Langkawi is best turquoise waters of the Andaman Sea, white sand beaches, rich and varied marine life to natural reserves and spectacular cuisine.
The archipelago of Langkawi is an ideal destination for many travelers, if you are looking for a romantic getaway or If outdoor adventure, then go jungle trekking in the rainforest.
Genting Highlands is popular spot for tourists for a cool climate, a far cry from the typical Malaysian heat,
. There are two primary reasons why most people visit the resort - first, of course, is gambling and the second reason is the theme park and entertainment here. An added advantage of visiting
Penang always amaze its tourists with a cool mountain air and spectacular views of the city. Penang is perfect ingredients for a complete Malaysian experience holidays.