All inclusive holidays in Malaysia

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  • Malaysia All inclusive holidays

    One of the most obvious ways in which Malaysia mirrors the UK is that it is in two parts. Whereas the UK's main island stands alone, Malaysia's Peninsula region has a border with Thailand, and Singapore is located to the south of it. The other part of the country, like Northern Ireland in the UK, takes up the north part of an island - in this case, Borneo, the largest island in Asia. All-inclusive holidays to Malaysia can put you in either of these two distinct parts of the country, and choosing your destination is just the first step towards a memorable visit.

    Maritime Malaysia

    The island part of Malaysia is one of three territories on Borneo, and much of the land mass is occupied by Indonesia, with the small nation of Brunei also on the island. Cheap all-inclusive holidays to Malaysian Borneo therefore have a much more maritime flavour to them, and like other island holidays, this can mean you have the chance to participate in more water sports. It also means you’re able to enjoy a menu that is more dominated by seafood, and of course this is naturally the case if you stay in one of the all-inclusive resorts along the coastline, rather than in the island's inland regions.

    On the Peninsula

    All-inclusive holidays on the Malaysian Peninsula provide something of a contrast. This is where the capital city, Kuala Lumpur, is located, and if you travel to the city you can expect to take in some truly breath-taking architecture, including landmarks that have featured in many Hollywood blockbusters over the years. The climate is much different, with prevailing air currents coming over the land, and this can lead to more pronounced differences between the seasons.

    What else affects all inclusive holidays in Malaysia?

    Climate can be an integral factor when booking a break, and this is equally true of cheap all-inclusive Malaysia holidays. Coastal areas are sunny and warm, although there is a monsoon season to be aware of from October to March, and a second one between May and September. In the brief period when there is no monsoon at all, Malaysia typically hosts its Formula One Grand Prix, making March-April an ideal time for sports fans to visit. Just be sure to check the schedule for the upcoming season to be certain of the dates.

    Why choose an all-inclusive holiday to Malaysia?

    When exploring a culture as exotic as Malaysia’s, combined with stunning beaches and tropical landscapes, you need all the time you can get. That’s why choosing all-inclusive holidays in Malaysia is such a good idea. Even if you’re just going for a beach break in the warm Malaysian sun, then all-inclusive means you can really kick back and relax. It’s all covered - hearty meals with exotic flavours and delicious drinks on tap. All you have to do is ask.

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