Kuala Lumpur & Kota Kinabalu
Borneo Twin Centre Holiday
Borneo Twin Centre Holiday
"Pair the urban jungle of Kuala Lumpur with the rich natural beauty of Borneo's Kota Kinabalu."
Experience two sides of Malaysia as you visit capital Kuala Lumpur on the peninsula before flying east to Borneo for a stay in the coastal town of Kota Kinabalu.
Ever-growing Kuala Lumpur is a city that remains wonderfully green, despite its status as a powerful 21st century metropolis. Skyscrapers gleam next to Moorish architecture, displaying a blend of colonial influences which endure alongside modern giants. The skyline is defined by the iconic Petronas Towers, the tallest twin towers in the world. Explore historic temples and an onslaught of delicious food on street level, and marvel at Kuala Lumpur's remarkable diversity. Your Borneo experience begins in Kota Kinabalu, an ideal base for discovering the rest of the glorious island. Lying in the shadow of the mighty Mt Kinabalu, the welcoming city offers a great food scene in a location ringed by nature. Be sure to tackle a jungle trek to spot some of the island's exotic wildlife.
Duration: 14 nights
4 nights in Kuala Lumpur
10 nights in Kota Kinabalu
Departure airport: London Heathrow
Board basis: Bed & breakfast
Airline: Malaysia Airlines
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Kuala Lumpur has an equatorial climate defined by hot year round temperatures and abundant rainfall. The Titiwangsa Mountains in the west and the mountainous Indonesian island of Sumatra to the east offer protection to the city and influence its climate. The southwest monsoon rain hits KL between September and April but rainfall is not too high throughout the season. The best time to visit KL is between June and August, when the weather is driest. Kota Kinabalu’s weather is defined by two monsoon seasons. The northeast monsoon from November to March is the cooler of the two and sees less rain. The southwest monsoon is much warmer and wetter. The dry season lasts from January to April, which sees a reduced level of rainfall. April generally receives the warmest temperatures.
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