Malaysia Featured Destinations: Kuala Lumpur, Melaka, Berjaya Hills, Kuching
Escorted Luxury Itineraries for Executive & Sales Teams of 10 to 60 Participants
Private executive jet service available from
anywhere in the world to all of our featured destinations.
Our escorted luxury incentive travel itineraries in Malaysia will give you an opportunity to sample the variety that Asia has to offer. It will be a pleasure to introduce you to some of our favourite places and experiences.
Incentive travel to Malaysia is even more accessible than ever with direct flights or easy connections now available from Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Vancouver, Toronto, New York, the UK (London), Australia (Sydney, Brisbane), major cities in Europe (Brussels, Frankfurt, Geneva, Paris, Milan).
Attention Companies Based in Malaysia
We would be pleased to handle your incentive travel needs to any of our featured destinations. Just click on the incentive travel link for your desired destination on the side menu.
For Serious Inquiries Only
We would be pleased to handle your inquiry, check availability of dates and venues and send a proposal if:
you are looking for business team building with a facilitator & not just recreation
a budget has been allocated
you have an approximate idea of how many people will be attending
you are definitely ready to select and book a service provider within 5 - 10 business days of receiving our quote
We will get back to you with a quote within 48 hours to 5 business days of receiving your request.
We require a $500 retainer before detailed, customized agendas are developed and any hotels or other venues are contacted on your behalf. [Why?] This will be deducted from your fees if you book your session with us.
If you aren't in a position to select a service provider and book your retreat, team building session or event within 5 - 10 business days of receiving our quote, we invite you to explore our website. You will find information about our services and pricing on our website. When you are in a position to make a decision and select a service provider, please contact us.
Malaysia Incentive Travel Guide
Luxury Itineraries for Executive & Sales Teams of 10 to 60 Participants
What makes Malaysia an ideal incentive travel destination is the variety. Without leaving the country, you can:
explore a cosmopolitan city like Kuala Lumpur
see incredible historical sites in Melaka
experience the hospitality of the 7 largest ethnic groups in Malaysia at the Sarawak Cultural Village near Kuching
explore jungles and rainforests in Teman Negara and Endau Rompin
enjoy a horse riding adventure in Berjaya Hills
relax on the beach in Penang, Langkawi, or Pulau Perhentian
discover aboriginal culture through a visit to an Orang Asli village
enjoy stunning mountain views in Cameron Highlands
ride elephants at the Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary
take a canopy walk at Teman Negara
soar above the clouds in a cable car in the Genting Higlands where you find a theme park, restaurants and casino
tackle the world's highest via feratta in the world at Mount Kinabalu...if you dare
Where else in the world would you be able to do all of this during one trip?
Kuala Lumpur City Tour, Country Tour, Penang, Kuching (Malaysian Borneo), Orang Utan Preserve, Genting Highlands Tour, Cameron Highlands Tour, Sarawak Cultural Village, Malacca Tour
Mines Wonderland, Royal Selangor Polo Club, Melaka, Kuching, Sawarak Cultural Village, Reggae Club (Penang), Tea Plantation Visit and Strawberry Picking in the Cameron Highlands
Afternoon Tea at the Regent Hotel or the Palace of the Golden Horses, Polo Clinic, Traditional Asian Spa Treatments,
Camp out in the jungle or traditional longhouses. Make your own dishes and cutlery from bamboo, start a fire and cook delicious bamboo rice. In Malaysian Borneo, view and walk through the traditional homes of the 7 major ethnic groups in Malaysia including the Malay, Chinese, Indian and Iban. Experience the traditional the music, food and lifestyle of each culture. You can even stay overnight in a Melanau tallhouse or an Iban, Orang Ulu or longhouse.
Anne's Travel Journal:
The first time I went to Malaysia was January, 2000. It was a few days before Chinese New Year so there were red lanterns everywhere. It created an enchanting setting at night. When I arrived at the Regency, check in was not at the front desk. Instead I was taken up to my room an served tea while the required documentation was filled in. I was most impressed. My session, which took place at the same hotel, was a success and there were 65 delegates from banks, airlines, IT companies, and more. They loved the fact that I played reggae music during breaks and taught them how to dance reggae. I had a blast. It almost didnít seem like work.
During that trip, I didnít even have to take any city tours. My hosts took me to a fantastic Indian restaurant and my Malaysian landlordís friend took me to Kuala Lumpurís Chinatown, Bangsarís night market and a restaurant that had a buffet and a cultural show. As we approached the restaurant, I saw 2 ornately dressed men approaching. One held an umbrella that was ornately decorated in gold and silver over the head of the first gentleman. I asked ďIs he a prince or something?Ē My companion laughed and said ďNo, itís part of the showĒ. The show depicted a typical Malaysian wedding and it was very entertaining.
On that trip, Ispent a relaxing morning on my own at Templerís Park in Selangor. I was thrilled to see the tiny monkies playing on the beach.
If you want to build some of these experiences into your groupís itinerary, itís really quite simple, just arrange a day or night city tour in KL and youíll visit Chinatown, the restaurant with the cultural show and many other attractions. I recommend a 5 night stay in Malaysia as there is so much to see and do. Fifteen trips later, I still haven't run out of unique places to explore in Malaysia.