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Malaysia Tour Packages from Dubai, UAE

Malaysia - A Blend Cultures

Malaysia, a country known for pristine beaches, lush rainforests and historic temples. The country is located just above the equator and is one of the most visited countries in the world.

Set off on an adventure to discover this beautiful country. Witness the tallest skyscrapers in Malaysia, the very famous Petronas Twin Towers, which remained the tallest until 2019. Admire the skyline of the country and do not forget to take a lot of pictures.

Malaysia has rich culture and a wide range Asian food you can try from. Indulge in the delicious Malay cuisine like the Nasi lemak, Kaya toast, and Satay. Spend your time to the fullest in the lively nightlife of the country.

Explore the history and culture of Malaysia as you walk past the Batu caves and witness a tall statue of Lord Murugan, a Hindu God who is known as the God of War. Batu is the most important pilgrim site for the Hindus, and it is claimed to have a 400 million years old cave temple. To get to the main top cave, one has to walk 272 steps. So, make sure to wear comfortable shoes.

Explore the Putrajaya Mosque, one of the famous landmark known for the expensive meandering man-made lake, and many areas are dedicated to botanical gardens and parks.

Shop for Malaysia's finest Batik, one of the famous silk fabric, sabah pearls, spices, and of course, fridge magnets for memories.

Make sure to carry sun cream and wear comfortable shoes throughout your journey. For any travel-related inquiries, contact AFC Holidays. Our travel experts will guide you with the information you need.

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Best Time to Travel

The best time to visit Malaysia is July to August.


The currency in Malaysia is Malaysian Ringgit. 1 AED is equivalent to 1.28 MYR.

Visa Processing Time

E-Visa process takes 3-4 working days

Flying Hours

6 hours and 55 minutes is the average flight time

The people in Malaysia speak Malay, or Bahasa Malaysia. English is also widely spoken in Malaysia.

Offline maps are useful when you're exploring the city on your own. Make sure to pack additional clothes, sun cream and comfortable shoes.

When bargaining in Malaysia, be sure to ask for 30%, not more. Tipping is not expected in Malaysia.

  • Important Documents I.e. Valid Passport, Electronic Air tickets.
  • Substantial USD in Cash.
  • Comfortable Walking Shoes.
  • Sun Cream and Insect Repellants.
  • GPS System/ Map Accessible Offline.
  • Phone Chargers and Power banks.
  • Universal Power Plug Adapters.
  • Extra Camera Battery and Memory Card.
  • Basic OTC Medicines and Personal Prescriptions.

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Frequently Asked Questions

When in Malaysia, one must visit the Petronas Twin Towers, Batu caves and the Putrajaya Mosque.

The best time to visit Malaysia is July to August.

Indians and Pakistani can apply Malaysia E-visa. Filipinos do not require Malaysia visa. For Other nationalities and visa process, our visa team will get in touch with you. E Visa process takes 3-4 working days.

Once you arrive to Malaysia, you will be accompanied by your acquaintances and the tour guide who will guide you to the locations mentioned in the Itinerary.

Some of the popular places you can visit during the day are Batu caves and the Putrajaya Mosque.