Combining a rich mix of colonial history with modern, shiny cities, Malaysia offers an intriguing fusion of both the old and the new. It also boasts a wonderful diversity of cultures with Malays, Chinese, Indians, Portuguese, Dutch and British all having influenced its history, architecture, religion and cuisine..a true Asian melting pot of colours, sights and sounds.

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Eating Asia Heritage Tour, Penang

Local Malaysian Food

One of our favourite experiences in Malaysia is the food themed walking tour of historical and vibrant “Georgetown”.

As well as tasting some of the most delicious and mouth-watering local delicacies such as Doug fritters, Dim Sum, Roti Canai and banana leaf, you are guided through this fascinating World Heritage site taking in key highlights such as Penang’s oldest market, Campbell St, KapitanKlin mosque and Sri MahaMariamman Temple.

Malacca Walking Tour


Get a unique look at the traditional lifestyles of Malayan people on a journey of discovery in Malacca.

Your adventure begins with a tour of Malacca, a vibrant centre of commerce and culture. Walkalong the historic river banks before pausing to learn all about the region’s history while resting under the famed Malacca tree.

A visit to the famous tombs of the region will introduce you to the rich religious traditions. You’ll visit some of the city’s famous museums and many incredible colonial sites dating to the days of Portuguese, Dutch, British, and Japanese occupations.

Malaysia is an all year round destination however the West Coast is more favourable between November-March and East coast between April – October













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Malaysia - Langkawi - The Datai Langkawi - Pool

Classic Peninsula Malaysia

Classic Peninsula Malaysia is a 13 day tour that firstly follows the heritage trail of the West coast including Chinese, Portuguese, Indian and British influences on buildings, culture and cuisine before ending on the beautiful beaches of Langkawi

  • 2 nights at Villa Samadhi, Kuala Lumpur 
  • 2 night at The Majestic, Malacca
  • 1 night at Banjaran, Ipoh
  • 3 nights at Blue Mansions, Penang
  • 4 nights at the Datai, Langkawi

 Highlights of this itinerary:

  • Walking the colourful forgotten trails tour of KL discovering its cultural history
  • Exploring the cavernous karst caves around the old tin mining capital of Ipoh
  • Sampling the awesome Penang cuisine
  • Chilling on a stunning tropical beach on the hilly, jungle clad island of Langkawi

This is a suggested itinerary and all arrangements can be tailored to your specific requirements.

Please contact us on 01905 731373 for further details and pricing.




A visa is not required for UK passport holders.

Health Requirements

No mandatory vaccinations are required. Yellow Fever certificate if arriving from an endemic area.

Time Difference

GMT + 8 hours

Flight Time

13.5 hours Direct


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