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KUALA LUMPUR: A city that personifies modern cosmopolitan sophistication and nostalgic old world charm. Here, the strains of Beethoven embrace the beat of the kampong or local village. This is Kuala Lumpur, or KL as it is affectionately known. Lose yourself in captivating sights and let the sounds and smells entice your senses …more on kuala lumpur
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PENANG: Welcome to Penang – the Pearl of the Orient, an island with a colourful history and eternal charm that will surely enthral any incentive traveller. From its establishment as the first British trading post in the Far East in 1786, Penang today is a bustling metropolis reflecting a unique blend of the East and West. Evidence of its glorious past can be seen in Fort Cornwallis, Kapitan Keling Mosque, Sri Mariamman Temple, Khoo Kongsi and Wat Chaiya Mangkalaram. …more on Penang
SELANGOR: Dubbed the “Industrial Hub of the Nation” and “Gateway to Malaysia”, it is the country’s premier state with huge resources, well-developed communications network, industrial estates, and skilled manpower. Selangor’s state capital, Shah Alam, has a few modern architectural glories and Klang has reminders of the old sultanate, but it is not until you reach Kuala Selangor on the coast that you finally leave the traffic and urban sprawl behind. …more on Selangor
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LANGKAWI: Lying off the north-western coast of Peninsular Malaysia, legendary Langkawi is the foremost of a cluster of 99 islands. Miles of sandy white beaches, serene village scenes and acres of rice paddy fields make Langkawi a top incentive destination. Island hopping, duty-free shopping, posh resorts, exciting attractions, historical landmarks and water sports are all waiting for you. …more on Langkawi
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MELAKA: Declared as the Historical City of Malaysia, Melaka offers the incentive traveller a taste of what life was like centuries ago. Today, some parts of the city still retain an old-world charm left by Melaka’s past rulers especially the Malay Sultanate and later the Portuguese, Dutch and the British.
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SABAH: Have an incentive holiday in a land where nature comes alive in all its glory. Blessed with nature’s most admirable creations, you’ll be bowled over by the sheer variety of attractions available in Sabah. Climb the majestic Mount Kinabalu, one of Southeast Asia’s highest peaks, jungle trek though Danum Valley or travel to Sukau to see wild Orang Utans and Proboscis Monkeys. In Sabah, you can also experience beautiful islands and the thriving capital city Kota Kinabalu.
SARAWAK: Sarawak offers you the perfect eco-adventure destination for an incentive holiday to remember. Known as the “Land of Hornbills”, Malaysia’s largest state is sprawled along the north-western edge of exotic Borneo island. Here, you’ll find many things to explore – wonders of the natural world, a rich and fascinating history and a kaleidoscope of cultures with almost 30 different and distinct ethnic groups.
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TAMAN NEGARA: Malaysia’s premier national park in Pahang and the largest in the country, Taman Negara is home to Peninsular Malaysia’s highest mountain, Gunung Tahan. This 434,000 hectare park offers so much to see and do. Go jungle trekking, mountain climbing, white water rafting, fishing, cave exploring or bird watching. Or visit an Orang Asli (indigenous people) settlement.