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Malaysia Packages

Duration Price
Malaysian Delights Group Tour Package5 days & 4 nights
INR 24,990
Singapore & Malaysia with FREE Night Safari Experience7 days & 6 nights
INR 59,432
Delightful Singapore and Malaysia Tour with Langkawi9 days & 8 nights
INR 66,950
Singapore Adventure | FREE Adventure Cove Park Tickets7 days & 6 nights
INR 69,030
Glimpse Of Malaysia4 days & 3 nights
INR 14,200
Malaysian Highlights With Langkawi5 days & 4 nights
INR 19,800

Malaysia Tour Packages- Browse through a wide range of Malaysia holiday packages with exciting offers at Thrillophilia. Book customized Malaysia vacation packages with exciting deals & offers.

Embark on an adventure through Malaysia's diversity, from bustling Kuala Lumpur streets to serene Penang beaches. Browse through Thrillophilia’s meticulously curated Malaysia tour packages for an unforgettable journey. We offer an array of attractive packages that are designed to cater to your preferences and budgets. Explore Malaysia's wonders through activities like exploring the vibrant streets of Kuala Lumpur, immersing in cultural richness in Georgetown, and relaxing on the serene beaches of Penang. Our packages offer diverse experiences, from the heights of Fraser's Hill to the underwater marvels of the Perhentian Islands, ensuring your Malaysian journey is both perfect and memorable.

Discover the iconic Petronas Twin Towers and the colonial wonders of Kuala Lumpur with our Malaysia Tour Packages. Travel through the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Georgetown in Penang. Thrillophilia's Malaysia packages ensure a smooth experience complete with 27x7 customer support. Our itineraries, curated by destination experts, ensure that you get a chance to explore amazing attractions including Fraser's Hill, Ipoh Caverns, and the Perhentian Islands to the fullest. Thrillophilia's Malaysia holiday packages include a variety of experiences, from thrilling escapes to cultural richness, for an unforgettable journey. With accommodation options created to meet various preferences, These packages are designed to make your Malaysian exploration perfect and memorable.

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Popular Destinations to Visit on Malaysia Tour:

1) Kuala Lumpur: Explore the country’s capital by booking the most exotic Kuala Lumpur tour packages from Thrillophilia. Marvel at the steel skyscrapers, enjoy its vibrant markets and live in the busy nightlife. Divided into distinct districts, the Golden Triangle—Bukit Bintang, KLCC, and Chinatown— you can enjoy its entertainment core at trendy clubs and bars. Hosting colossal malls and traditional markets, KL is a shopper's haven, especially during mega-sale events. Its culinary scene offers diverse delights, from street stalls to upscale restaurants.

2) Langkawi: Discover the enchanting beauty of Langkawi with our exclusive Langkawi Tour Packages. This Malaysian archipelago, featuring 99 islands, offers sun-soaked beaches like Pantai Kok and Pantai Tengah. Dive into the underwater wonders of Pulau Payar Marine Park, hike through Gunung Raya and Skytrail Jungle, and experience the thrill of Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls' glass bridge. Explore history at Galeria Perdana and Mahsuri Tomb, cruise Kilim Karst Geopark, and unwind at Eagle Square and Air Hangat Village's natural baths.

3) Melaka: Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2008, Melaka exudes cultural richness and historical charm. Book Thrillophilia’s Malaysia Tour Packages and walk down Jonker Street, the bustling heart of Chinatown which beckons with antique stores and a vibrant night market. Close by, the Cheng Hoon Teng temple, dating back to the 17th century, showcases intricate decor and diverse prayer halls. You can also visit the Kampung Kling Mosque, an 18th-century gem with distinctive Javanese-inspired architecture, crowned by a striking green, three-tiered roof.

4) Penang: Discover the vibrant culture and rich history of Penang with our exclusive Penang Tour Packages. Wander through George Town's UNESCO-listed streets, sampling diverse street food. Visit the iconic Penang Hill for breathtaking views, explore historical sites like Fort Cornwallis, and unwind on the sandy beaches of Batu Ferringhi. Immerse yourself in the unique blend of traditions and modernity that defines this captivating Malaysian destination.

5) Cameron Highlands: Explore the lush beauty of Cameron Highlands and immerse yourself in the picturesque landscapes, featuring tea plantations, strawberry farms, and vibrant flower gardens. Discover the unique charm of the region through guided tours, allowing you to experience the cool climate, visit the renowned BOH Tea Estate, and indulge in the local culinary delights. Cameron Highlands Tour Packages offer an unforgettable escape into the refreshing hills of Malaysia.

Visa Requirements for Malaysia Trip:

Indian citizens possessing valid passports may enter Malaysia without a tourist visa for a duration of up to 30 days. To streamline entry procedures, essential documentation must be presented at the border, encompassing a passport with a validity of at least six months, details of the return flight, recent three-month bank statements, and evidence of accommodation arrangements in Malaysia. Additionally, all international visitors, regardless of nationality, are obligated to complete the Malaysia Digital Arrival Card (MDAC) through the JIM portal. This online form can be completed up to three days prior to the planned arrival in Malaysia.

Best Time For Malaysia Tour:

1) Peak Season: The peak season, starting from December to February, offers dry weather across Malaysia, perfect for indulging in various activities. Kuala Lumpur experiences brief showers amidst ample sunshine, ideal for shopping during the year-end sales. Langkawi offers calm seas, enabling boat trips to explore its beaches and hike its majestic mountains. Penang invites visitors for jungle treks, hillside hikes, and events like the International Dragon Boat competition in December.

2) Shoulder Season: The shoulder season, from July to November, witnesses a decline in showers post-monsoon. Although it remains hot and humid, this period is ideal for jungle treks, wildlife sightings, and beach activities with fewer crowds. July hosts Hari Raya Aidilfitri, a significant Islamic celebration, drawing more visitors during this time. Overall, this season offers unique experiences, from vibrant cultural celebrations to outdoor adventures, catering to varied preferences and interests.

3) Waning Season: March through June marks the low season, characterized by the monsoon. While accommodation is more available and affordable, heavy rains transform landscapes into lush greenery. Exploration of jungles and the Cameron Highlands is rewarding for nature enthusiasts despite the humidity and occasional thunderstorms. However, it is not the ideal time for island visits due to turbulent seas and downpours.

How to Reach Malaysia:

By Air: India and Malaysia are well-connected through direct flights, with Kuala Lumpur serving as a prominent hub. Major Indian cities, including Delhi, Mumbai, and Chennai, offer direct flights to Kuala Lumpur, covering an average flight time of 4 to 9 hours, depending on the chosen routes. Airlines such as Air Asia, IndiGo, Air India, Sri Lankan Airlines, Vistara, Thai Airways, Qatar Airways, Malaysian Airlines, and Singapore Airlines operate daily flights, ensuring frequent and convenient connectivity between the two nations. This robust air network facilitates seamless travel, fostering economic, cultural, and tourist exchanges between India and Malaysia.

Direct flights:

  • From: New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Kochi, Hyderabad, Tiruchirapalli, Thiruvananthapuram, Coimbatore, Visakhapatnam, Marmagao, Pune, Ahmedabad, Silchar, Guwahati, and Bengaluru.
  • To: Kuala Lumpur.
  • Airlines: Air Asia, IndiGo, Air India, Sri Lankan Airlines, Vistara, Thai Airways, Qatar Airways, Malaysian Airlines, and Singapore Airlines fly to Kuala Lumpur.

Places to Visit on Malaysia Tour:

Here are some of the best places to visit in Malaysia:

1) Petronas Twin Towers: One of the top inclusions in our Malaysia Tour Packages is the iconic architectural marvel Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur. Witness these soaring structures stand as a symbol of Malaysia's modernity and ambition. You can explore the Skybridge, connecting the two towers, and offering breathtaking views of the cityscape. The observation deck on the 86th floor provides panoramic vistas, making it a must-visit.

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2) Batu Caves: Batu Caves, located just outside Kuala Lumpur, is a cultural and religious gem and a must-have in your Malaysia Tour Packages. The towering limestone caves house Hindu temples and shrines, drawing devotees and tourists alike. The highlight is the colossal golden statue of Lord Murugan at the entrance, towering over visitors. Climb up the steep staircase leading to stunning cave interiors adorned with colourful Hindu art and sculptures. The annual Thaipusam festival brings vibrant celebrations to this sacred site.

3) KL Bird Park: Nestled in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, the KL Bird Park is a haven for bird enthusiasts and a great addition to your Malaysia Tour Packages. Spanning over 20 acres, it is one of the largest covered bird parks in the entire world. You can wander through lush landscapes and see a diverse range of bird species up close. The park's free-flight concept allows birds to roam freely in their natural habitats. Be a part of the educational shows and feeding sessions that also provide engaging experiences for visitors of all ages.

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4) Pavilion Kuala Lumpur: Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, also known as a shopper’s paradise is yet another wonderful addition to your Malaysia Tour Packages. Housing a blend of luxury boutiques and international brands, this upscale mall offers you a luxurious retail experience. Delight in the impressive architecture and modern design to create a captivating shopping environment. Beyond shopping, you can also indulge in a wide array of dining options, from local delicacies to international cuisines.

5) KLCC Park: Situated at the base of the Petronas Twin Towers, KLCC Park is one of the best places to unwind between sightseeing and shopping expeditions. One of the top inclusions in Thrillophilia’s Malaysia Tour Packages, it provides a refreshing oasis amidst the urban bustle. This beautifully landscaped park offers lush greenery, jogging paths, and children's playgrounds. The Symphony Lake, with its mesmerizing water fountain shows, adds to the park's attraction. It is a perfect spot for strolls, picnics, or simply relaxing amid greenery.

6) LEGOLAND Malaysia: Located in Johor, LEGOLAND Malaysia offers a world of fun for families and LEGO enthusiasts. The theme park features intricate LEGO-themed attractions, thrilling rides, and interactive experiences. From Miniland's detailed LEGO replicas of iconic landmarks to the water park's exhilarating slides and wave pools, there's something for everyone. Take your experience a notch higher by booking Thrillophilia’s Malaysia Tour Packages and head to the LEGO-themed hotel which provides an immersive stay complementing the park experience.

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Things to do on Malaysia Trip:

Here are some of the best things to do in Malaysia:

1) Visit Penang's UNESCO World Heritage Site: Malaysia tour packages designed by Thrillophilia offer an enticing opportunity to explore Penang's UNESCO World Heritage Site. The vibrant streets of George Town unravel a rich fabric of cultural diversity, adorned with colonial architecture and captivating street art. Delve into the city's rich history by wandering through clan houses, temples, and heritage buildings. The fusion of cultures and the UNESCO recognition make this a highlight of Malaysia holiday packages and one you cannot miss.

2) Discover Borneo's Rainforests: Embark on an adventure through Malaysia tour packages to discover the lush rainforests of Borneo. Home to an astounding array of flora and fauna, Borneo's jungles offer unparalleled biodiversity. Travel through national parks like Kinabalu Park or Danum Valley to witness exotic wildlife and breathtaking landscapes. Explore canopy walkways, spot orangutans in their natural habitat, and immerse yourself in the serenity of this untouched wilderness.

3) Sample Street Food in Penang: Malaysia packages present a delectable journey through Penang's renowned street food scene. Penang is a culinary paradise, boasting a diverse array of flavours and dishes. From savoury Char Kway Teow to mouthwatering Nasi Kandar, the vibrant hawker stalls and local eateries offer a gastronomic adventure. Malaysia tour package prices sometimes also include food tours, allowing you to savour the authentic tastes of Penang's street cuisine.

4) Cruise Langkawi's Geopark: Malaysia tour packages crafted by Thrillophilia also feature Langkawi's breathtaking Geopark as one of its major highlights. Embarking on a cruise through the UNESCO-listed Geopark unveils stunning landscapes of limestone formations, secluded coves, and azure waters. The mangrove forests and ancient geological formations create a picturesque backdrop as you venture on island hopping, snorkelling, and exploring hidden caves.

5) Dive Sipadan's Underwater Wonderland: For diving lovers, Malaysia holiday packages offer a chance to explore Sipadan's underwater wonderland. Renowned as one of the top dive sites globally, Sipadan Island boasts vibrant coral reefs and diverse marine life. Come across turtles, schools of barracuda, and swirling schools of fish in the crystal-clear waters. Feel confident, even if you're not an expert diver, as our dive packages often provide guided adventures and snorkelling opportunities suitable for all skill levels.

6) Hike Cameron Highlands' Tea Plantations: Our Malaysia tour packages offer hiking opportunities through Cameron Highlands' scenic tea plantations. The cool highland climate and verdant landscapes offer an ideal setting for trekking. You can wander through lush tea estates, witness the tea-making process, and relish panoramic views of rolling hills. Choose a suitable Malaysia trip package and set out on comfortable guided tours that provide insights into the region's agriculture and history, complementing the natural beauty of the highlands.

Popular Restaurants in Malaysia:

1. Passage Thru India: Visit this exotic place that stands as an esteemed restaurant offering authentic Indian cuisine. Boasting four distinct sections, the main hall offers a grand setting with buffet service and hosts private parties, accompanied by live music on weekends. The Long Dining Hall, adorned with Indian art, is perfect for groups, while the Chettinad area captures the essence of a South Indian village. Finally, the Rajasthani section provides low seating, creating an ideal ambience for couples or small groups. Immerse yourself in this culinary haven that combines diverse settings with a rich tapestry of Indian flavours.

2. Fierce Curry House: Fierce Curry House, located in Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur, is known for its bold and flavorful Indian dishes. This eatery specializes in North Indian cuisine, showcasing a range of aromatic curries, mouth-watering kebabs, and freshly baked bread like naans and rotis. Its rich interiors and culinary excellence make it a top choice for Indian cuisine lovers.

3. Marini's on 57: Sitting on top of the Petronas Tower 3 in Kuala Lumpur, Marini's on 57 offers a luxurious fine dining experience. Known for its breathtaking views of the city skyline, this high-end restaurant specializes in contemporary Italian cuisine. You can enjoy famous Italian dishes made using a variety of premium ingredients, from artisan pasta to imported beef cuts, Alba white truffles, and seafood.

4. Nobu Kuala Lumpur: Nobu, situated in the heart of Kuala Lumpur at Menara 3 Petronas, is the fusion of Japanese-Peruvian flavours. This famous restaurant offers innovative dishes crafted here such as the Yellowtail with Jalapeno, Tuna Sashimi Salad, or the Rock Shrimp Tempura With creamy spicy Sauce. With a blend of fresh seafood, sushi, and unique culinary creations, it provides a sophisticated dining affair with a panoramic view of the city.

5. Dining In The Dark KL: Dining In The Dark, nestled in Changkat Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur, offers a distinctive dining experience. You can dine in complete darkness, relying only on your senses to enjoy a surprise multi-course meal. This journey showcases taste, smell, touch, and sound, providing a unique and memorable culinary adventure.

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How much does a Malaysia trip cost?

Malaysia tour package prices can start from INR 40,000 for a basic 4-5 day package covering accommodation and select activities. Comprehensive packages including flights, accommodation, meals, and tours can range from INR 1,00,000 to INR 1,50,000 per person for a 7-10 day trip. Prices fluctuate with accommodation standards, activities, and seasonal variations. Book the best Malaysia holiday packages offered by Thrillophilia for the most comfortable and affordable holiday.

Do I need a visa for Malaysia?

Indian citizens holding valid passports can enter Malaysia visa-free for up to 30 days. However, to ensure entry, essential documents such as a passport valid for at least six months, return flight details, recent three-month bank statements, and proof of accommodation in Malaysia must be presented at the border. All international visitors, regardless of nationality, are required to complete the Malaysia Digital Arrival Card (MDAC) through the JIM portal. This online form should be filled out within three days before the planned arrival in Malaysia.

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What is the cost of a Malaysia visa from India?

The tourist visa to Malaysia for up to 1 year is approximately INR 8,300. However, if you are an Indian passport holder and are planning to visit as a tourist, starting December 1, 2023, you can visit Malaysia without a tourist visa for up to 30 days.

How much money do we need to go to Malaysia from India?

Get the best Malaysia tour package price on Thrillophilia for approximately INR 1,00,000 to INR 1,50,000 per person for a week-long trip. For budget-conscious travelers, plan to spend approximately INR 2,000-3,000 per day, while mid-range travelers may allocate around INR 4,000-5,000 per day. Careful planning and researching activities and expenses can help tailor a budget that suits your preferences and ensures a fulfilling experience within your financial scope.

What is the ideal duration of a Malaysia tour?

A comprehensive tour covering major attractions in Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Langkawi, and other destinations might span around 10 to 14 days. However, for a more focused exploration of specific areas or cities, a week-long trip could suffice. Choose the most apt Malaysia holiday packages from Thrillophilia that take into consideration the activities and places of interest according to your preferences and tastes to determine the best duration for your Malaysia tour.

How much will a 7-day trip to Malaysia cost?

A 7-day Malaysia tour package price can vary based on preferences and inclusions. For budget travellers, the trip may cost around INR 40,000-50,000 per person, covering basic accommodations and select activities. Mid-range travellers can expect to spend approximately INR 45,000-85,000, inclusive of flights, accommodations, meals, and various tours. You can find an interesting yet cheap Malaysia tour package in the Thrillophilia bouquet based on your requirements.

How to plan a 4-day Malaysia tour package?

If you only have a short time to explore Malaysia, opt for the most sought-after Malaysia travel package from Thrillophilia that can help you make the most of your time here. For a 4-day Malaysia tour, focus on key destinations like Kuala Lumpur and Langkawi. On Day 1 arrive in Kuala Lumpur, and explore the city's iconic sites like Petronas Twin Towers. Next day, visit Batu Caves and Genting Highlands. On Day 3 fly to Langkawi, relax on its stunning beaches and finally experience Langkawi's attractions such as Sky Bridge.

How to plan a trip to Malaysia from India?

Plan your trip in such a way that it lets you unwind in the exquisite atmosphere of the capital, Kuala Lumpur, and feel free to explore the surroundings at your own pace. Embark on an excursion to Batu Caves, an iconic Hindu temple nestled in limestone caves, and explore the refreshing Genting Highlands. Transfer to Langkawi, where adventure and scenic sightseeing await your exploration. Experience the beauty of Langkawi through an exhilarating island-hopping tour, discovering its pristine islands. Book the most expertly put-together Malaysia tour packages from India for a well-rounded and affordable holiday.

Can I use Indian debit cards in Malaysia?

Yes, Indian debit cards are widely accepted in Malaysia at various ATMs and establishments that display international card logos like Visa or Mastercard. While you can use all major card providers for payments, it is advisable to carry some cash as a backup for any unforeseen circumstances or in case of issues with electronic payments. It is also a good idea to exchange currency in India itself as it ensures convenience during your Malaysia trip as a backup for unforeseen circumstances or if electronic payments encounter issues.

What is the currency of Malaysia?

The currency of Malaysia is the Malaysian Ringgit, abbreviated as MYR or symbolically represented as RM. It is divided into 100 subunits called sen. Malaysian banknotes come in denominations of RM1, RM5, RM10, RM20, RM50, and RM100, while coins are available in 5, 10, 20, and 50 sen. While exchange rates may fluctuate from time to time, 1 MYR is approximately equal to around 17-18 INR.

What is the best public transport to commute around Malaysia?

In Malaysia, public transport options like trains, buses, and taxis offer efficient travel between cities and within urban areas. KTM Komuter trains and LRTs connect major cities, while buses are widespread and economical for local travel. In cities like Kuala Lumpur, the MRT and monorail systems are convenient. Ride-hailing apps and taxis are also prevalent, providing flexible travel options. Each mode offers distinct advantages, catering to different travel preferences.

What documents one must carry on a Malaysia trip?

For a trip to Malaysia, essential documents include a valid passport (with at least six months validity), confirmed return or onward tickets, proof of sufficient funds (around 50 USD per day), and accommodation details. Additionally, carry travel insurance, necessary visas (if applicable), and any prescribed medications. It is advisable to have copies of important documents like passports and travel insurance stored separately from the originals in case of loss or theft.

Is Malaysia expensive to visit?

Malaysia offers diverse options for travellers across various budget ranges. Overall, compared to many Western countries, Malaysia tends to be more affordable. Expenses can vary based on preferences and travel style. While luxury accommodations and high-end dining options can be relatively expensive, there are plenty of budget-friendly accommodations, local eateries, and affordable transportation choices. 

Budget trips to Malaysia can be managed within approximately 50,000 INR. Flights typically account for a major portion of expenses, but accommodations and local dining options in Malaysia offer affordability. Explore options on Thrillophilia for the best Malaysia tour package price based on various budget ranges.

What should you pack for a trip to Malaysia?

For a trip to Malaysia, pack lightweight and breathable clothing suitable for the tropical climate. Essentials include sunscreen, insect repellent, comfortable walking shoes, a hat, and sunglasses. If visiting religious sites, carry modest clothing. A rain jacket or umbrella is handy due to occasional showers. Do not forget travel adapters, necessary medications, and a travel guide.

What languages are spoken in Malaysia?

Malay, often referred to as Malaysian Malay or Bahasa Malaysia, is spoken by a significant majority, encompassing over 80% of Malaysia's population. English holds the status of the second official language and is widely spoken across the country. Apart from these, Mandarin and Tamil are among the prominent languages spoken in Malaysia, reflecting the country's rich linguistic diversity.

What is famous in Malaysia?

Malaysia is best known for its stunning islands. With their dazzling stretches of glittering white sand, and clear, emerald-blue waters, the islands here are some of the most popular inclusions in Malaysia packages. The islands of Malaysia are also home to a number of water sport opportunities, such as snorkeling, diving, boating and much more.

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What are the best adventure activities in Malaysia?

1. Tandem Skydiving, Kuala Lumpur: One of the most adventurous activities included in Malaysia tour packages, tandem skydiving involves being harnessed to a great big parachute as you soar through the clear blue skies. The activity is entirely guided, and can be attempted by beginners and experts alike.

2. Scuba Diving: With its thriving marine wealth, Scuba Diving is one of the most popular tourist activities in Malaysia holiday packages.

From vibrant corals, to octopuses, and even sharks- the islands in Malaysia are a paradise for both divers and underwater photographers. Some of the best places for scuba diving in Malaysia are Sipadan, Mabul, Kapalai, Layang-Layang, and Redang among several others.

3. White Water Rafting: There is no shortage of river rapids in Malaysia, and each rapid in the country is graded according to their level of difficulty. While the Singoh rapids are extremely challenging and should only be attempted by expert rafters, the rivers of Ulu Slim and Kampar are ideally suited to first time rafters and beginners.

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4. Trekking: With its several peaks, stunning landscapes and pleasant climate, trekking is one of the most popular activities included in Malaysia tour packages. Some of the best peaks for trekking in Malaysia are Mount Kinabalu, Mount Nuang, Mount Gayong, Mount Gagau, Mount Jera and Mount Korbu, among others.

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