InterAsianLink (IAL) is a travel services company that focuses on tailor-made programs and special interest requests to cater for individual travellers, groups, and international students with creative and educational activities for all ages to enjoy.
We also arrange free and easy packages for individuals and groups to explore what Malaysia has to offer. IAL has nature, adventure sports, culture, history, and beautiful islands accessible for you at your fingertips.
The dedicated IAL team and our remarkable partners provide and extend top-notch services to everyone who comes our way. Your happiness from an enjoyable stay in Malaysia is our priority.
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Malaysia is a bustling country, comprising of 13 states and three federal territories. With its’ rich multicultural heritage, Malaysia is a true melting pot of culture and history, resulting in bountiful culinary sensations for the adventurous foodies.
Nature-lovers will find peace in Malaysia’s forest reserves full of exotic natural wildlife (try and spot the Rafflesia flower in Sabah and Sarawak!), multiple mountain ranges ready for you to conquer, beautiful beaches and idyllic islands for you to soak up the sun and enjoy water activities. Blessed with a year-round tropical climate, Malaysia is the perfect place to spend holidays immersing yourself in the many natural wonders that this Southeast Asian gem has to offer.The extreme contrasts of diversity further adds to Malaysia’s attraction is the Towering skyscrapers looking down upon wooden houses built on stilts while five-star hotels.
Our tours orchestrate around our nation’s most desirable and unique destinations. From travelling through beautiful nature escapes to enjoying world-class attractions, distinctive dining, and a wide variety of unique shopping opportunities in the city.
Kuala Lumpur – capital and the heart of Malaysia, located southwest of the Malaysian Peninsula. A buzzing city full of energy and life, any explorer will be in awe at its sights.
Explore the many trails of Kuala Lumpur’s green lung at Bukit Nanas Park. Take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city life and find serenity here.
Marvel at the formations of Batu Caves, in the town of Gombak, just 15km away from the Kuala Lumpur city centre, and pay your respects at the Hindu temples within. Those with more time on their hands can explore the Dark Cave Educational Site.
Get up close and personal with the Petronas Twin Towers and fulfil your shopping needs at Suria KLCC mall. For a 360-degree view of the city, head on to the KL Tower, where you will find a rotating restaurant for a dinner with a view. You can find everything you need in Kuala Lumpur.
Malacca – southwest of the Malaysian Peninsula. Malacca’s location on the Straits of Malacca made it an important port in the spice trade. Malacca’s success attracted the attention of the Portuguese, Dutch, and British, who ruled Malacca in that order until Malaysia’s independence in 1957.
The state capital, Malacca City, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, that retains the influence of its colonial past, with Portuguese, Dutch and British buildings surrounding the town centre.
Take in the historical sights of A’Famosa Fort, Christ Church, The Stadhuys, and St Paul’s Hill around the town centre, all within walking distance. For a different perspective, take the Malacca River cruise and see certain sights that can’t be access by foot.
End your night at the Jonker Street Night Market, famous for their for local street food, desserts, souvenirs, cafes and bars.
Perak is a state in the northwest of Peninsular Malaysia. Its capital city, Ipoh, is famous for its landmarks from the British colonial days. Perak is full of small towns full of character and charm, like Taiping.
Gua Tempurung is a natural limestone cave located in Gopeng. It is popular among beginner and intermediate cavers. It is one of the longest caves in Peninsular Malaysia, at more than 3km long.
Adventurers can spend their days exploring the huge Temenggor Lake and the Belum Rainforest, then relaxing at the popular resort island of Pangkor.
History enthusiasts can pay a visit to the ruins of Kellie’s Castle, or to the Lenggong Valley Archaeological Gallery to see ‘Perak Man’, the oldest human skeleton found in Peninsular Malaysia so far. The historic fishing village of Kuala Sepetang also welcomes travellers to explore its charcoal factory and mangrove swamps.
Penang Island – part of the state of Penang, located northwest of Peninsula Malaysia. The state capital of George Town is a UNESCO Heritage Site, home to many famous landmarks dating back to the British colonial era.
Explorers can take the funicular up Penang Hill and be greeted with panoramic views of the city below them. Walk along the streets of George Town to take a look at the famous street arts and murals as well.
Hike through Penang National Park’s multiple trails in Teluk Bahang for access to secluded beaches and coves. Thrill-seekers can go on a steep-climb to the Muka Head Lighthouse, at an elevation of 227m. Make your way to Kerachut Beach and you will also find the Penang Turtle Sanctuary!
After a long day, relax and enjoy the sunset at the beaches along Batu Ferringhi, and head out for a scrumptious seafood dinner at the local restaurants located along the coast.
Langkawi Island – known as the Jewel of Kedah. Located 30km off the mainland coast of the northwestern Malaysian state of Kedah, Langkawi is an archipelago made up of more than 99 islands in the Andaman Sea.
Langkawi was an island shrouded by mystery, due to the legend of Mahsuri’s curse of bad luck which was said to have plagued the island for seven generations. Mahsuri’s tomb and reconstructed house is now a historical site open to visitors.
Spend a day island hopping, sunbathing, or snorkeling to experience the best that Langkawi has to offer. Those interested can take boat rides through the numerous mangrove swamps, and catch an eagle feeding session!
Adventurers, overcome your fear of heights by taking the Langkawi Cable Car towards the Sky Bridge, for views of Gunung Mat Cincang, Telaga Tujuh waterfalls and the islands around Langkawi.
Pahang is the largest state in Peninsular Malaysia, known for its mountains, rainforests, and beaches. The Titiwangsa Ranges, also known as the ‘Backbone of Malaysia’, makes up Pahang’s mountainous terrain.
Pahang’s cool hillside is the home to many attractions – the tea plantations of Cameron Highlands, the former hill station of Fraser’s Hill, and the exciting resort and theme park of Genting Highlands.
Taman Negara, one of the world’s oldest tropical rainforests, is Peninsular Malaysia’s largest national park. It islocated largely in Pahang, with parts of the park in the states of Terengganu and Kelantan. With tons of exploration and activities to take part in, adventure lovers will be at home in Taman Negara.
The east coast of Pahang also boasts great beaches, and even better seafood delights. One of Malaysia’s most popular islands off the east coast, Tioman Island, belongs to this wonderful state.
Terengganu – The coastal city boasting three beautiful islands – Redang, Perhentian, and Kapas, Terengganu is a paradise not to be missed. These islands are famous for their white sandy beaches and coral reefs, making it perfect for a peaceful island getaway and diving activities.
Immerse yourself in traditional culture, with kite-flying and top-spinning contests and learn the art of making batik and songket cloths. Watch how the keris, a traditional Malay dagger, is made from experts preserving this dying art form. Terengganu has also been known internationally as the host of Monsoon Cup, an international sailing event, and the host of ‘Candat Sotong’ Fiesta, a fishing competition.
Inland, Terengganu is also home to Lake Kenyir, the largest man-made lake in Southeast Asia. The lake hosts many local flora and fauna, as well as the Kenyir Elephant Conservation Village, a sanctuary for Asian elephants.
Sabah – the second-largest Malaysian state, located on northern Borneo. Sabah is a true nature paradise. Aside from the famous Mount Kinabalu, the highest peak in Malaysia, Sabah also has many unspoilt national parks, rainforests, coral reefs, and exotic flora and fauna such as the Rafflesia flower, the orangutan and the proboscis monkey.
Learn about the history of the tribal Sabahans at the Mari-Mari Cultural Village where the Dusun, Lungus, Lundayeh, Bajau and Murut people will welcome you with open arms to their homes.
Travel across the mountainous Crocker Range with a panoramic view of the countryside and soaring hills en route to Kinabalu Park and the Poring Hot Springs. Along the way, you can catch the magnificent sight of Mount Kinabalu, one of the highest peaks in Southeast Asia at 13,435 ft. The Park is a World Heritage Site with incredible amount of bio-diversity.
The nearby Sipadan, Mabul and Kapalai islands are also dive-worthy destinations, with Sipadan Island as one of the top ten dive destinations in the world. You can also picnic, snorkel, and scuba dive or just relax on a day-trip to Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park.
Sarawak – the largest state in Malaysia, located on the island of Borneo. Nestled on the banks of the Sarawak River is Sarawak’s capital, Kuching, which retains much of the old-world charm of its romantic past. Stroll along the European-style esplanade – The Kuching Waterfront – with views across to the majestic Astana (the palace) and Fort Margherita.
Nature enthusiasts can explore the numerous national parks that Sarawak has to offer from the dense rainforests of Bako and Gunung Gading National Parks in Kuching, to the world’s biggest caves of Gunung Mulu and Niah National Parks in Miri.
The Semonggoh Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre is a must-see for animal lovers. This 740 hectare virgin forest is home to orang utans, honey bears, hornbills, porcupines, storks, eagles, barking deer and monkeys. Most of these animals were rescued from captivity and are being rehabilitated here in their natural surroundings.
Don’t forget to learn more about the native tribes of Sarawak by paying a visit to the award-winning Sarawak Cultural Village in Kuching, set on a sprawling 17-acre site at the foothills of the legendary Mount Santubong .