Kuala Lumpur, the vibrant capitol of Malyasia is ‘Truly Asia’. The peninsular city offers, arguably, some of the world’s best cuisine creating wonderful opportunities for Malaysia culinary tours.
The best time to visit Peninsular Malaysia is from June to September during the dry season; however this time of year will also be the warmest. To escape the heat and the movement of the city embrace the other highlights of the peninsula including the Cameron Highlands and the Taman Negara National Park.
Located at 5,000 feet above sea level the inherent beauty and cool, temperate climate of the Cameron Highlands will offer a welcomed reprieve in the vast rolling hills, rose gardens and tea plantations.
Malaysia’s Taman Negara Rainforest is estimated to be one of the oldest in the world at over 130 million years old. Here the dense vegetation, comprised of ancient trees, massive root system and thriving ferns creates opportunities for adventures including trekking, rafting and unforgettable canopy walks.
For a complete survey of Peninsular Malaysia we suggest a tour of Kuala Lumpur, Taman Negara and Cameron Highlands with Penang, a small island with a population slightly over one million.