Discover the beautiful diversity of Malaysia's landscapes and cities. Trek through tropical jungles, dive or snorkel in colorful reefs, relax on pristine beaches and sample exotic Malaysian cuisine. Nature lovers can fly over to Borneo to spot wild orangutans or climb Mount Kinabalu, while city seekers can get a dose of culture among the skyscrapers of Kuala Lumpur.
The tropical Malaysian climate is hot and humid year-round. The wet season on the east coast is between November and February, at which time the weather is dry and sunny on the other side. Try to avoid traveling to Malaysia during the monsoon.
Spend two weeks in Borneo starting in Kota Kinabalu and ending in Kuching. Explore the Malaysian states of Sabah and Sarawak and encounter wild orangutans, proboscis monkeys and other creatures of the rainforest.
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