Enjoy a leisurely 3 weeks on this itinerary which blends the best of Malaysia and Singapore together in to one holiday. It’s a perfect mix of city and beach, wildlife, culture and relaxation.

21 Night Packages, From £2,015*

Price is a guide for this itinerary including all your flights, hotels, ferries and transfers.

* Prices are only to act as a guide

  • Itinerary
  • Things To Do


3 Nights – Singapore
4 Nights – Borneo
7 Nights – Penang
5 Nights – Langkawi
2 Nights – Kuala Lumpur

✈ UK – Singapore (3 nights): First you will fly from your chosen UK Airport to Singapore, where we’ll meet you on arrival and transfer you to your hotel. You’ll then have 3 nights to explore this stylish city. There’s culture and colonial buildings, perfectly blended with some of the world’s most modern skyscrapers. Singapore boasts designer shops, fine dining restaurants and a wealth of tourist attractions.

✈ Singapore- Borneo (4 Nights): After your stay in Singapore we’ll transfer you back to the airport for your onward flight to Borneo. We’ll meet you there and transfer you to your Borneo hotel where you’ll stay for a further 4 nights. The beaches of Borneo are stunning so some time to relax and soak up the surroundings is essential, however there is much more than just beaches. Visiting the Orang-utans of Borneo is a must, as they’re one of the things Malaysia is famous for. If you like a bit of adventure on your holiday then trekking up Kota Kinabalu is also highly recommended, as well as exploring the many other attractions Borneo has to offer.

✈ Borneo- Penang (7 Nights): When your stay in Borneo comes to an end we’ll transfer you back to the airport for a direct flight to Penang. We’ll then meet you in Penang and transfer you to your next hotel where you’ll spend 7 nights. Spend your days relaxing on the beautiful beaches and your evenings enjoying the great nightlife on offer.

⛴ Penang- Langkawi (5 Nights): After your week in Penang we’ll transfer you to the port and you’ll then travel by boat to Langkawi (flights also available). On arrival in Langkawi we’ll be waiting for you to transfer you to your Langkawi hotel where you’ll stay 5 nights. The beaches of Langkawi are some of the world’s most stunning, so it’s the ideal place to relax and soak up the surroundings. If you can tear yourself away from the beach, then the Sky walk is an exciting day trip, as well as the various boat tours on offer. Also getting out an exploring the island is highly recommended as it is true island paradise.

✈  Langkawi- Kuala Lumpur (2 Nights): After you’ve checked out of your hotel in Langkawi we’ll transfer you to the airport for an onward flight to Kuala Lumpur. On arrival in KL we’ll meet you and transfer you to your final hotel. You’ll then have 2 nights to explore this vibrant city. Take in the famous sights such as the Petronas Towers and the Batu Caves, visit the designer shopping centres and night markets, whilst enjoying the wide variety of bars and restaurants on offer.

✈  Kuala Lumpur – UK: On your last day well transfer you back to the airport for your flight back to the UK

Things To Do

Things to do in Singapore:

It’s worth knowing that alongside eating, shopping is considered the national pastime, so allow plenty of time for some serious retail indulgence!  The glitzy shopping centres along Orchard Road are a must-visit, the glitzy mega centres offer floor after floor of designer-wear on a scale that is simply mind-blowing. Unlike Europe, shopping hours usually start from late morning and go on till 9.30 or 10pm.  There are also good markets in Chinatown , Arab Street and Little India which are great for mementos and knick knacks and give you a glimpse into old-style Singapore.

When you’ve satisfied your retail fix take the cable car from Mount Faber on the mainland to the man-made Sentosa Island for fantastic views of the city.  By night you can also book a cable car for a fine-dining meal to enjoy as it loops to and fro.

Don’t miss Gardens by the Bay, the incredible ‘City in a garden’ has several different zones for you to explore.  The Flower Dome with its flora from around the world is housed in the World’s largest glass greenhouse.  The Cloud Forest Garden is veiled in mist and has mountain views and there is also a 22m-high walkway that offers fantastic views over all of the gardens as well as beyond over the Marina Bay area.

Whilst in Singapore indulge in mouth-watering cuisine, the perfect place to start is Chinatown with its local stalls and hip cafes.  Try the Market and Food Centre as well as Food Street for open-air eating spots serving sensational seafood as well as classics like chicken rice, fried oyster omelette and laksa.

Brunch at the Fullerton Bay Hotel is well worth it at the weekend, as is a cocktail on its’ rooftop bar overlooking the infinity pool and Marina Bay (if you’re staying here you can soak up the sun on one of the sun loungers that are actually in the pool’s shallows!)

Of course, you can’t come to Singapore and not take tea, or sip a Singapore Sling at the quintessentially Colonial establishment of Raffles.  The iconic hotel is an elegant contrast to its modern skyskraper neighbours, exuding an old-style romance.


Things to do in Borneo:

Borneo is the ultimate wildlife adventure.  Borneo is perhaps most famous for being one of just two places in the world where Orangutans still live in the wild and it is also home to one of the oldest rainforests in the world.  For the best chance to spot the majestic creatures, visit one of the rehabilitation centres where they live in a semi-wild state and are well looked after.  Borneo is also home to the endangered Pygmy Elephant and Proboscis Monkey and, with many areas of primary jungle still unexplored, new species of wildlife are discovered every year!

The lush landscape also lends itself to exciting adventures; you can cruise through the jungle along the Kinabatangan River listening to the host of exotic birds and chatter of monkeys.  You can hike within the Tanjung Datu National Park and see nesting turtles or if you are really up for a challenge, trek up to the summit of Mount Kinabalu which will reward you spectacular views across valleys and misty mountain peaks.  Borneo will undoubtedly be a trip of a lifetime.


Things to do in Penang:

If you crave some beach relaxation then this itinerary also delivers in spades.  Head to Penang and you can be as active or inactive as you like.  With ample opportunity for languishing poolside or on the beach, there are also plenty of water or nature activities to get involved in should you wish. The island of Penang was the first British settlement in Malaysia and along with fantastic beaches its’ capital, Georgetown is worth visiting with its beautifully restored colonial buildings.


Things to do in Langkawi:

An archetypical tropical paradise with 99 jungle covered islands fringed by clear waters and pristine beaches.   Get just a little way off the main beaches and this is still idyllic rural Malaysia with traditional kampung (villages) and a laid-back vibe.  Although rural and very traditional, there are also plenty of seafood restaurants, beach bars and spas to complete your paradise dream.  If you can drag yourself away from your sun-lounger then the Crocodile Farm is worth a visit and a trip on a Sunset cruise is magical.  It’s worth knowing that it drops dark very quickly so be ready with those tropical sundowners – also look out for beautiful silvery crabs that scuttle across the sand on your moonlit walks.


Things to do in Kuala Lumpur:

Kuala Lumpur (KL) is Malaysia’s capital, Take time to explore the relaxed city with its night markets and skyscrapers.  Petaling Street is the Chinatown of KL which is always bustling day and night.  Renowned for its imitation goods, this is the place for bargain shopping – and of course Malaysia’s famous street food.  Look out for the delicious fresh lime juice spiked with sugar syrup to quench your thirst – and also Roti Prat, the crispy fried pancakes dipped into curries are out of this world!

For a bird’s eye view of the city head to the Petronas Twin Towers (open Tuesday –Sunday).  Buy tickets in advance and whiz up in the elevator to the Skybridge that connects the two towers then ascend even higher for a spectacular view from Level 86.

Another must-see destination in KL is the giant limestone Batu Caves that have attracted pilgrims for over a hundred years.  Just outside the city, the site has three main caves and is home to a Hindu temple and Shrine.  Once you’ve seen the caves and the large statue of the Hindu God at the entrance, climb the 272 steep steps for another view across the city – stunning!