Treetops, Tea and Langkawi

14 days from €3,845pp

Want to see the best natural sights Malaysia has to offer? After starting off with a walking and food tour of Kuala Lumpur you’ll walk along the treetop canopy of the world's oldest tropical rainforest in Taman Negara National Park, and trek through jungles. Then it's time to hit the hills in the Cameron Highlands for plenty of tea, then chill out in island paradise in Langkawi. The Treetops, Tea and Langkawi trip is perfect for nature lovers with a thirst for adventure.


  • Spend several days relaxing on an island paradise

  • Search for the biggest flower in the world

  • Explore the biggest tea plantation area in Malaysia

  • Visit waterfalls and swim in natural pools

  • Take part in a rainforest night walk

  • Visit the world’s oldest tropical rainforest

  • Take part in a walking and food tour of Kuala Lumpur

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Treetops, Tea and Langkawi

14 days from €3,845pp
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This exciting trip to Malaysia includes international flights, transfers, accommodation, most meals and selected excursions. 

From the first conversation until you arrive home from your holiday, you’ll be looked after by one of our Travel Designers who has travelled extensively in the region and will give advice from their personal experience on how to make the most out of your trip.
All of our trips are entirely bespoke and we will continually refine your itinerary until it’s perfect.





Kuala Lumpur

Capital City

The day for your Malaysian adventure is here at last – woohoo! Once you touch down in Kuala Lumpur you’ll be met by a guide and taken to your hotel to settle in. See the capital on a guided walking tour. You’ll start off with a dish of Nasi Lemak - a spicy coconut rice dish and traditional Malaysian breakfast - eaten in a 110-year-old residential area, before continuing on to a daily bustling market. After fuelling up on a bowl of Laksa (a coconut curry soup with noodles) you’ll explore the city’s impressive architecture with buildings dating back to the late 1800s. You’ll finish off in Chinatown where you’ll enjoy a bowl of Hokkien Mee (stir fried noodle dish) and sip Chinese tea.

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Taman Negara National Park


Today you’re off to the world’s oldest tropical rainforest in Taman Negara National Park! En route you’ll enjoy a scenic three hour river longboat ride before checking into your hotel and enjoying some lunch. Once you’ve settled in you’ll watch an informative slideshow before heading off on a night walk through the jungle. The next day you’ll hike along the nature trail to Teresek Hill for stunning views and an exciting canopy walkway. In the afternoon you’ll hop aboard a boat to Lata Berkoh, a series of rapids, where you can relax, observe the cascading waterfall and swim in the deep pool.

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Cameron Highlands


After breakfast you’ll take a boat and continue overland to Cameron Highlands – the largest tea plantation area in Malaysia. You'll spend your time here exploring the tea plantation by four wheel drive, then transfer to the Mossy Forest where you'll wander through this spectacularly misty, overgrown rainforest and learn about the medicinal plants that grow here.

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Temenggor Lake


Get ready for lakeside living as today you’re off to Temenggor Lake where you’ll board a boat in search of the Rafflesia – the biggest flower in the world! Afterwards you’ll make your way through the elephants trail to reach the salt lake where animals hunt for minerals. Lunchtime involves a picnic next to a jungle waterfall and afterwards you’ll have time to swim in the fresh water. Before heading back to your hotel you’ll swing by an Orang Asli village to learn about local life.

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Ready for some relaxation in paradise? Today you’re off to Langkawi – an archipelago of over 100 islands in the Andaman Sea off the north-western coast of Malaysia. The main island is studded with paddy fields and jungle-clad hills and surrounded by turquoise waters. Spend your days here as you please, relaxing on the beach, exploring the resort facilities or making the most of the epic diving opportunities nearby.

On Day 14 it’s time to leave Malaysia and head home with a happy heart and a head full of wonderful memories.

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