Latest Malaysia package deals

Explore the city of Kuala Lumpur, relax on the island of Langkawi or discover the jungles of Borneo all for less with these Malaysia travel deals.

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Dozens of destinations in one, Malaysia is an underrated Southeast Asian hotspot when compared to Thailand or Bali - but there's plenty of reasons to make it over to Malaysia.

These hot Malaysia package deals are a good place to start.

Available Malaysia travel deals:

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Up to 32% off 5-night Malaysia beachfront retreat for 2

Verified Today Expires 10 Feb 2022
Available from 1 February 2022 – 31 March 2023 for a 5 or 7-night stay at Sutera Harbour Resort. Includes club lounge access, breakfast and more.
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Up to 32% off Malaysia packages with breakfast and flights

Verified Today Expires 8 Feb 2022
Available for travel on select dates until 15 December 2023. Includes return flight, stay in The Danna Langkaw, a three-course dinner, breakfast, airport transfers and more. Valid for 2 people.
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Up to 40% off Langkawi stays

Expires 28 Feb 2022
Available on stays booked 7-120 days in advance. T&Cs apply.
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Up to 73% off Asia getaways

Expires 31 Jan 2022
Available on select dates until 28 December 2022. Destinations include the Philippines, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Japan and more. T&Cs apply.
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4-star hotels in Penang from $49 per night

Search for luxury accommodation in Georgetown, Batu Ferringhi and more destinations in Penang from just $49. Sample stay is at Berjaya Penang Hotel.

Fast facts about Malaysia

Where is it? Malaysia is on the Southeast Asian mainland just south of Thailand and north of Singapore. Part of Borneo is also Malaysian territory.

How do I get there? Direct flights are available from across Australia with both full-service and budget airlines. It's about a 5.5-hour flight from the West Coast or 8.5 hours from the east. Read more...

When should I go? While temperatures in Malaysia are rather consistent year round, November to March brings the driest weather on the west coast where most major cities and tourist areas are. If you're visiting the east coast, the opposite months are better. Read more...

What should I do? Explore the jungles of Borneo, climb to the top of Kota Kinabalu, unwind on the beaches of Langkawi, eat until you're stuffed at the hawker centres of Penang. Read more...

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