Kuala Lumpur, Cameron Highlands & Pangkor Laut
Malaysia Multi Centre Holiday
Malaysia Multi Centre Holiday
"Discover the jewels of Malaysia across three startlingly different locations."
Enjoy a city break in the vibrant capital of Kuala Lumpur before travelling north to the unique landscape of the Cameron Highlands, then finish your journey in the desert island paradise of Pangkor Laut.
Kuala Lumpur combines gleaming modern skyscrapers with colonial shophouses, offering up a curious environment that's perfect for street-level exploration. Travel through diverse neighbourhoods that each represent a different cultural community, and sample a wealth of diverse foods and lifestyles. Now for something completely different - the rolling emerald hills of the Cameron Highlands seem startlingly British, and provide a refreshing destination away from the heat of the lowlands. Travel to the coast for the ultimate Robinson Crusoe experience, as you spend those long days surrounded by ancient rainforest and sheer, unspoiled natural beauty.
Duration: 14 nights
4 nights in Kuala Lumpur
3 nights in Cameron Highlands
7 nights in Pangkor Laut
Departure airport: London Heathrow
Board basis: Bed & breakfast
Airline: Malaysia Airlines
Call 0161 430 6565 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
"The Shangri-La Kuala Lumpur is a hidden paradise in the heart of a metropolis. …"
"Set amidst tea plantations and rolling hills, this boutique hideaway promises all the splendour, romance and nostalgia of Cameron Highlands’ …"
"The Pangkor Laut Resort is one of the world's premier resorts nestling in the shade of forest giants as old …"
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. The higher altitudes of the Cameron Highlands gives the area consistently cooler weather, which can be refreshing after the oppressive heat of Southeast Asia. Rainfall is abundant throughout the year, but the driest months are often January, February, June and July. Even these months have as many as 15 rainy days each. Pangkor Laut enjoys an equatorial climate with a temperature range of 20°C to 35°C. Rainfall is abundant and evenly distributed throughout the year. Short downpours can happen at any time, but generally only last an hour or two. The best time to visit Pangkor is in January and February, and from June to September.
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