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Malaysia Group Tours for Solo Travelers

Experience our Malaysia group tours as a solo traveler

Why Travel Solo To Malaysia?

Malaysia in one word? Diverse. In cultures, landscapes and experiences. Perfect then, for that all-encompassing trip.

Travel in Malaysia and you’ll feel the rich influence of Malays, Indians and Chinese whilst experiencing both the tropical and urban. The sprawling city of Kuala Lumpur will delight with its shiny towers and vibrant food markets, whilst the more humble Penang will charm with its Unesco heritage and culinary prowess. 

Malaysia also happens to be your easy-access point to Borneo, where vast green rainforests and orangutan inhabitants will transport you to a Jurassic age. Stay in a tribal longhouse, hike through the world’s biggest caves and cruise the Kinabatangan River in search of wild adventure. 

Finally, there are the beaches, the archipelago of Langkawi being a particular highlight. White sand, blue Andaman waters and palm-fringed shores, anyone?

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Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur

The capital city is a dynamic metropolis known for its modern skyline, landmark Petronas Towers, bustling street markets and vibrant cultural scene. Sample delicious street food, visit the National Museum and experience the buzzing atmosphere of Bukit Bintang district.


Known as the ‘Pearl of the Orient’, Penang is a diverse cultural hub. George Town, the capital, is a Unesco World Heritage Site with Chinese shophouses, an exceptional art scene and free-spirited carnivals. Explore temples, visit Penang Hill and savor delicious cuisine.


This tropical paradise consists of 99 islands with stunning beaches, lush rainforests and a laid-back atmosphere. Take a cable car ride to the top of Mount Mat Cincang for panoramic views, explore the Kilim Karst Geoforest Park and relax on the pristine beaches.

Sabah & Sarawak

Borneo offers incredible biodiversity, with lush rainforests and unique wildlife. In Sabah, cruise the Kinabatangan River and search for wild orangutans. In Sarawak, discover diverse cultures in Kuching, stay in a tribal longhouse and visit the worlds largest caves.

Trips to Malaysia

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13 Days in Asia

Borneo: into the jungle

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Malaysia Facts

What Are The National Languages?


What is the currency?

Malaysian ringgit


GMT +8

Top Three Experiences

1. Sample local street food
2. Stay in a tribal longhouse
3. Trekking and exploring in the jungle

Top five dishes to try

1. Bak kut teh – pork rib stew
2. Rojak – spicy fruit salad
3. Nasi lemak – rice cooked in coconut milk with sambal, peanuts & crispy anchovies
4. Satay – marinated meat with a peanut sauce
5. Roti canal – flatbread

91 °f

Average temp in high season

What's The Weather Like?

Malaysia’s climate is equatorial and is hot and humid throughout the year. Average summer temperature in Malaysia is 91°F (32°C) and the average winter temperature is 70°F (21°C).

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