Kensington Tours has announced the latest addition to their country portfolio, a new private guided tours to Malaysia. Features include jungle safaris, orangutans, proboscis monkeys and carnivorous plants to futuristic cities, colonial towns, rural villages, Mt. Kinabalu treks, river cruises, beaches and cuisine, for a trip said to “showcase it all”.
Kensington’s itineraries feature expert local private guides, drivers, accommodations, internal flights and more. Tour locations include Kuala Lumpur, Kota Kinabalu, Pulau Langkawi, the Cameron Highlands, Penang and Sabah, Kota Kinabalu, Sandakan, the Turtle Islands, the Danum Valley, and Kinabatangan River. A collection of three to five-star hotels, jungle lodges and beach resorts are offered.
The “7 Days Malaysia Discovery” features futuristic towers, ancient temples and spicy culinary delights of Kuala Lumpur; talcum powder beaches, waterfalls and jungle wilds of Langkawi. There are mangrove boat cruise, animal encounters, village visits, batik painting, delectable cuisine, farms, limestone caves, and a private guide and driver.
The “7 Day Jungles of Borneo” features from head-hunting tribes, orangutans and proboscis monkeys to giant butterflies and a house of human skulls, to allow tourists to discover the secrets of Sabah via an expert guide.
The “7 Day Orangutans, Turtles and Beaches” features encounters with baby sea turtles, pygmy elephants, endless monkeys, golden orangutans, Buddhist temples, river cruise, mystical caves and hot springs. Tours include visits to Kota Kinabalu, Turtle Island and Sandakan.
The “10 Days Malaysia Encompassed” features a privately guided tour through Kuala Lumpur, the Cameron Highlands, Penang, Georgetown and Langkawi.
Kensington Tours offers custom and private guided tours to over 90 countries worldwide. It was named to “World’s Best Awards 2011” by Travel + Leisure Magazine and named one of the “Best Adventure Travel Companies on Earth,” by the editors of National Geographic Adventure Magazine.