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  • One of the most stunning and diverse Southeast Asian destination
  • Don’t miss Borneo, a must for nature lovers
  • Or head to Langkawi for some beach time
  When thinking about ‘beach’ and Southeast Asia, places like Thailand and Indonesia usually come to mind - but what about Malaysia? The country is truly one of the most diverse in the region, offering a great amount of sights and activities - and lots of nature to enjoy. Malaysia is divided into two parts - West or Peninsular Malaysia just south of Thailand, and East Malaysia, in the island of Borneo. You’ll find jungles, beaches and excellent dive sites in both parts of the country, as well as wonderful cuisine - Malaysian cuisine is excellent and street food culture is one of the best in the world, especially in places like Penang and capital Kuala Lumpur. If you want to explore Peninsular Malaysia, you’ll be able to find jungles in Taman Negara national park, and the best place for a sun and fun vacation is definitely Langkawi, easily explored on a private cruise allowing you to enjoy its beaches and nature in complete peace and quiet. However, if you’re a nature lover you can’t miss Borneo - it’s amazing both above and below the waters. Sipadan is one of the best dive sites in the world and if you want to spot orangutans you can head to Sepilok, a rescue center near the town of Sandakan.   How about exploring Malaysia? Have a look at our private cruise listings for Langkawi and beyond!

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