Train to be become a certified diver in Langkawi’s Pulau Payar marine park where you can experience the diverse marine environment of Malaysia.
Get ready to cross rivers and waterfalls, walk over boulders and tree roots, and climb perpendicular rope ladders as you enjoy the thrill of conquering the steep Mount Santubong. Though physically demanding this climb and descend will be worth it and something to boast about for a long time to come
Here is a classic combination of luxury and adventure. Explore the World Heritage Site of Mulu in Sarawak, Malaysia, famous for its karst features, biodiversity, and enormous caves. Also enjoy the 5-star luxury accommodation and services at Mulu Marriott Resort & Spa in the middle of a tropical rainforest.
Ideally for those of good fitness level, this tour takes you through bumpy roads and rough downhill paths in the middle of a forest and a bamboo garden.
There is the huge Fairy Cave made picturesque by the green moss that contrasts the dark colors of the cave; the Wind Cave that showcases long poles of stalactites and stalagmites meeting halfway; and the limestone Buddha Cave that hosts the floating Buddha and its mysteries.
And what better way to experience it than to go on a 12km bike ride along the nooks and crannies of this Malaysian state! Cycle around the heritage zone and see the temples and monuments that withstood the test of time.