Whether you're after urban, island or country landscapes, here are six great places in peninsular Malaysia to contemplate the view – and snap a selfie or two.
The multi-layered and multicultural history of George Town in Malaysia is best explored on an entertaining tour.
A new eco-experience in Penang takes you into the weird and wonderful world of the Malaysian rainforest.
If you're looking for a study in contrasts and a peek into Malaysia's future, then a stopover in Putrajaya near Kuala Lumpur beckons.
Malaysia is one of the easiest countries you could find to drive around.
Historical sites, cat sculptures and the famed Sarawak laksa make Kuching ripe for exploration.
It's easy to get to from Singapore and just a one-stop flight from Australia.
The understated sophistication of the St Regis makes chilling out here a delight.
Absorbing Chinese, Malay and Indian cultures, Malaysia is an assault on senses. Adventurous types hop across to Borneo to experience their dense forests filled with orangutans, remote tribes, or climb Mount Kinabalu. No trip is complete without consuming a bowl of thick, curry-flavoured coconut laksa; sample some of its best in foodie capital Penang, shop 'til you drop in KL, or simply laze on an island beach.