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Spanning over 743,000 km2, Borneo is the third largest island in the world after Greenland and New Guinea.


Malaysia has a unique system where a king is elected every five years from one of the nine royal families.


Orangutans are human’s closest relative and can only be found in the wilds of Borneo and Sumatra!


Useful information to help you decide if Malaysia is the right destination for your event!

Recommended group size

10 - 200 pax

Best for...

Incentives or meetings

Flight connections

60 international airlines in six international airports with access to over 100 destinations and 16 domestic airports​ to reach smaller cities

Best time to visit

Avoid traveling on...

Local currency

Nov - Feb for the west coast and April - Oct for the east coast

 Hari Raya Aidifitri, which celebrates the end of fasting month

Malaysian Ringgit (MYR/RM) is the local currency. Major credit cards are accepted in most large restaurants and shops, most Malaysian ATMs accept MasterCard (Cirrus and Maestro) and Visa (Plus) cards. Smaller shops and local restaurants often only accept cash.

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Malaysia, with exciting cuisines, wildlife-packed rainforests, wonderful beaches and an amazing potpourri of cultures—all right at the heart of Asia - is a fascinating destination.

Kuala Lumpur, the capital of one of largest and fastest-growing economy regions in the world, is a vibrant cosmopolitan city with great restaurants mixed with well-preserved areas of culture and heritage.

Explore the cultural gems of UNESCO Heritage sites Penang or Malacca, while nature and adventure seekers should visit Borneo for its natural wildlife and world-famous diving sites; or Langkawi for a its pristine beaches and UNESCO Heritage Geo-Park.


Temple in Ipoh
Penang Street Art
Port Dickson Banana Boat
Melaka Rivercruise
Mangrove Tour Langkawi
Clan Jetties Georgetown Penang
Chin Swee Caves Temple
Georgetown Penang
Hawker Kuala Lumpur
Peranakan Cuisine

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