It’s all possible in Malaysia.
Home to a collision of cultures, you can eat roti for breakfast and feast on fragrant curries for dinner, admire mosques in the morning and temples in the afternoon,and visit remote villages as well as towering skyscrapers – it’s all possible in Malaysia.
Malaysia is a tropical dream in the heart of Asia. The country is best known for its vibrant cities, golden beaches, delicious cuisine and the wealth of beautiful natural landscapes. A colourful city comprising of streets lined with food stalls, lush parks, impressive shopping malls and is widely recognised for being home to the world’s tallest twin skyscrapers the Petronas Twin Towers.
Get lost in time surround by lush rainforests, cool hilltop tea plantations, picture-perfect tropical islands and grand architectural reminders of British colonial rule.
More than 200 golf courses offer an incredible variety of golf experiences throughout the Peninsular Malaysia, as well as the islands of Penang, Langkawi and Borneo with a number of new high-quality courses opening every year. You can play championship quality golf on sky-high mountains or alternatively head down to the fringes of the South China Sea. You can enjoy a round of golf surrounded by the cool hills and tea plantations at Tropical Highland retreats, in the heart of a bustling city or in millions-of-years-old rainforests. Premium golf resorts have sprouted up along with old, established club courses in Malaysia.
It is not surprising that Malaysia – due to its world-class golf courses – is one of the very few countries in the world that hosts events of all major tours (European Tour, PGA TOUR, LPGA Tour and Asian Tour). And it was only recently in Kuala Lumpur, that the EurAsia Cup, a contest between Asian and European teams in a Ryder Cup-style format, was inaugurated causing a bang across the globe.Share this tour