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Popular routes

Sibu to Kuching

40mfrom $13

Penang to Ipoh

2h 6mfrom $3

Kuching to Sibu

40mfrom $13

Butterworth to Ipoh

2h 7mfrom $4

Penang to Perak

2h 6mfrom $4

Ipoh to Penang

2h 7mfrom $3

Ipoh to Singapore

1h 10mfrom $13

Singapore to Ipoh

1h 10mfrom $29

Ipoh to Butterworth

2h 4mfrom $3

Krabi to Penang

8hfrom $31

Kelantan to Ipoh

5h 36mfrom $8

Kuantan to Putrajaya

4h 18mfrom $6

Seremban to Kulim

7h 8mfrom $10

Kedah to Kamunting

2h 28mfrom $6

Besut to Butterworth

6h 42mfrom $10

Tokyo to Kuala Lumpur

7h 25mfrom $340

Sabah to Sarawak

55mfrom $25

Penang to Seremban

5h 49mfrom $9

Singapore to Perak

1h 10mfrom $29

Klang to Ipoh

3h 9mfrom $6

Ipoh to Hat Yai

5h 40mfrom $15
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Malaysia at a glance

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Malaysia's country shape is just as interesting as the landmarks and people inside of it. The land splits into two. In order to get from cities like Kuala Lumpur to Bau, you may find yourself needing a ferry or even a flight. Head to Gunung Mulu National Park to see spiky karsts sticking out of forestry. The nature in Malaysia is just as striking as the booming cities.
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Your questions, Our answers

Are credit cards accepted in Malaysia?

MasterCard and Visa are the most widely accepted credit cards in Malaysia. ATM withdrawals can be made here with your PIN or you can make cash withdrawals at Maybank, Malaysia's biggest bank.

What vaccinations do I need before visiting Malaysia?

It's recommended to have gotten the following vaccinations before visiting Malaysia: Measles, Polio, measles-mumps-rubella, diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis, Chickenpox, and your yearly flu shot. Additional vaccinations you should get are Hepatitis A, Typhoid, Hepatitis B, Japenese Encephalitis, Malaria, Rabies and Yellow Fever. We recommend double checking with the CDC or your doctor for more information.

What is the standard voltage and plug type in Malaysia?

The standard voltage in Malaysia is 240V. There is one plug type in Malaysia: Type G.

Which holidays are celebrated in Malaysia?

These are the holidays celebrated in Malaysia:

  • Installation of New King in Malaysia
  • Islamic New Year
  • Prophet's Ascension
  • Yang di-Pertuan Agong's birthday