Malaysia stands out for the cultural and ethnic mix it is home to. While the government is controlled by the Malays, business is dominated by the Chinese, all in harmonious coexistence along with the Indians and indigenous tribes that are prevalent in Sabah and Sarawak in Malaysian Borneo.

The mix obviously manifests itself in many ways in this extremely hospitable nation –  the food with various cuisines and dining styles, the architecture which is a splendid mix of the colonial, modern, Islamic and Chinese and of course the shopping.

To add to the cultural explosion, Malaysia is truly spectacular, being copiously endowed with ancient rainforests, pristine beaches, the clearest dive sights and outstanding cave systems, Mt Kinabalu, and the Orang-utan!

Golf in Malaysia is of great quality too. Malaysia took to golf as part of the British legacy and now boasts of some really good golf courses; annual top events like the Maybank Malaysian Open, Iskandar Johor Open and the CIMB Classic are the testimony to it. Consequently, for golf in Malaysia, there are choices aplenty in various settings – Kuala Lumpur with the bright lights, shopping and nightlife, Langkawi the pristine beach resort or Kota Kinabalu in Malaysian Borneo and more if you like. Malaysia Golf Clubs have a lot of variety and are located in some of the most picturesque locations. So golf vacations in Malaysia can offer a host of different experiences which you can combine with other activities like diving, shopping, beach holidays and so on. For customized golf holidays & golf packages to Malaysia, simply contact us and we’ll guide you to have the perfect experience. 

Information on this page and these links - Malaysia Golf Holidays & Malaysia Golf Courses can serve as your Golf Travel Guide to Malaysia and will help you plan your trip.   

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Do the city tour of Kuala Lumpur where you can get a quick glimpse of its modern architecture. Visit Melaka for its colonial architecture, Genting for its theme park, Penang to see the best of chinese influence or go to Langkawi for a relaxing beach holiday.

In Sabah, climb up to Kota Kinabalu, the highest peak in Malaysia (over 4000 m).


GETTING THERE: Kuala Lumpur has a very well connected International airport and with direct flights from many SE countries & European countries. There are various domestic flights which you can take to reach other cities like Kota Kinabalu, Langkawi & Johor within Malaysia

By Road: You can also reach Kuala Lumpur by road from Singapore. There are many bus services from Singapore to KL. 

CURRENCY: Malaysian Ringgit (MYR) | Avg Currency Value: 1 USD = 3.99 MYR (Currency Converter)

VISA: Check the Malaysian Ministry of Foreign Affairs website for more information.