Malaysia within Your Reach on a Cruise Holiday

Posted by on January 6, 2015

With a modern, busy city on one side and a remote, unspoiled jungle on the other, Malaysia offers tourists the very best of both worlds. Visitors are served with a plate-full of exciting attractions from modern entertainment to eclectic, natural wonders. Engaging on a cruise adventure is one of the best ways to have a fulfilling Malaysian vacation, perfect for all sorts of travel agenda be it family bonding, honeymoon or solo adventure.


A cruise holiday provides visitors quick access to Malaysia’s man-made architectures and natural landscapes. Check out the following cruise offerings for better-informed holiday planning.

Malaysia Cruises

Whether you have only 5 days to spare or 115 days, you can enjoy a cruise to and around Malaysia’s finest tourist hot spots.

For a short cruise holiday, aboard the RCL Mariner of the Seas and experience a full five-day vacation in Singapore on day 1, Phuket on day 2, and two sites in Malaysia – Penang and Kuala Lumpur – on days 4 and 5. You’ll be back in Singapore on the sixth day. This is a quick, all-inclusive tour to famous cities and scenic natures in Southeast Asia.


You can have a two-week cruise vacation with the Celebrity Millennium and pass by Indonesia’s Benoa and Komodo for 5 days, and a day at Phuket, Thailand, before engaging Port Kelang and Penang in Malaysia, and then back to Singapore. This cruise is a fantastic option for those who want to experience Southeast Asia’s wilderness and natural attractions.


Silver Wind offers a two-week cruise holiday where tourists get to visit Bintulu, Sandakan and Kota Kinabalu in Malaysia, in addition to visiting other exotic places such as Muara in Brunei, and Indonesia’s Parepare, Mukassar and Benoa.


Visit Malaysia’s Penang and Malacca aboard either MV Aegean Odyssey for a 21-day or 36-day cruise holiday. This cruise package is excellent for those who adore island hopping trips combined with luxury and convenience.

Worldwide cruise tours are likewise available, offering guests quick stopovers at Malaysia’s key tourist destinations including Georgetown, Penang and Kota Kinabalu. You can choose Silver Whisper cruise ship, which starts voyage at Los Angeles or HAL Amsterdam traveling from Fort Lauderdale in Holland.

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