Women Only Tours in Malaysia


Malaysia has two distinct parts, divided by the South China Sea. The peninsula has dazzlingly tall skyscrapers, bustling cities, colonial architecture, tea plantations and islands, the jungles of Borneo host orangutans, granite peaks and remote tribes.
And it all comes together in the food. The Chinese-Malay cuisine, Indian curries, Chinese fare and Malaysian stalls, along with Western-style food.

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  • Curent Weather

    Mostly Cloudy- 31 Degrees C

  • Area Code


  • Population

    5.535 million

Things To Do

  • Shopping
  • Nightlife
  • Festivals
  • Places

Shopping in Malaysia

The commercial heart of Chinatown is one of the most colourful and busiest shopping parades in Kuala Lumpur, particularly at night when stalls cram the covered street. From delicious fruits to cheap clothes, shoes to copies of branded watches, handbags to pirated CDs and DVDs, you can find it all. Be prepared to bargain hard.

Taman Connaught Night Market
Along Jln Cerdas is the 2km long pasar malam (night market) in KL. There are more than 500 stalls that sell clothing, household goods and food.

This innovative Kuala Lumpur mall offers art, shopping, dining and a social life.

Jonker Walk Night Market
This weekly shopping extravaganza in Melaka is lined with late night shops on Jln Hang Jebat, with trinket sellers, food hawkers and other wares on sale.


Lose yourself all out to dancing and admire the great view of the Malaysian cityscape from this rooftop bar.

Changkat Bukit Bintang
This narrow avenue has nightclubs with cocktails bars and pubs all along the lane that has DJs spinning music from house to remixed pop. Visit crowd-favourite such as Pisco Bar, Frangipani, and Havana Bar & Grill.

This popular expat haunt has a lively nightlife with college students and tourists hanging around on weekends. Visit SIX Cocktail Lounge, Ril's, The Social, and La Bodega.


This is a common Hindu festival celebrated in Malaysia, on a grand scale at the Batu Caves, just outside of Kuala Lampur.

Hari Raya Puasa
Hari Raya Puasa, also known as Eid-ul-Fitr or Ramzan Id, is an important holiday in Malaysia. It marks the end of the month of Ramadan.

Chinese New Year
Chinese New Year is an important traditional Chinese holiday. The Chinese that reside in Malaysia celebrate this festival that runs from Chinese New Year's Eve to the Lantern Festival on the 15th day of the first month. This festival is henceforth one of the longest in the Chinese calendar.

Diwali, a Hindu festival, is the festival of lights. The festival lasts over five days starting with Dhanteras and ends with Bhaubeej.


Petronas Towers
Twin skyscrapers in the city of Kuala Lumpur, this sight is a must visit for every tourist. At a height of 170 metres, the view from the top is breath-taking.

Batu Caves
Batu Caves is a limestone hill that has a series of caves and cave temples in the Gombak district. An iconic and popular tourist attraction in Selangor, its focal point is the large statue of the Hindu God at the entrance and a challenging 272 climb up its steps to finally view the stunning skyline of the city centre.

Aquaria KLCC
One of the most renowned oceanariums in the world, Aquaria KLCC showcases over 5,000 different exhibits of aquatic and land-bound creatures over a sprawling 60,000 square-foot space in the Concourse Level of the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.

Things to Carry

  •  Dress according to the season.
  •  It is advisable to carry loose cotton clothing and avoid body hugging or synthetic material for the summers.
  •  Camera and phone with all its accessories, especially the charger

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