When people are planning an Asian tour, and they think of Malaysia, one image comes to mind: the iconic Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur. It’s true that they are a spectacular symbol of the country’s development, but there’s much more on offer, as a tour in Malaysia will show you. Kuala Lumpur deserves its international reputation as an advanced, multicultural city, with divine street food. Historical Malacca City, once one of the region’s biggest trading ports, is a short way to the south. Off Malaysia’s coasts you’ll find the delightful Penang Island – with its capital of George Town – and the Langkawi archipelago. It’s warm all year round across the country, but monsoons do strike each year: the western monsoon hits between April and October, with its eastern counterpart taking place from October to February. A little rain is a small price to pay for a visit to Malaysia, however. With modern cities, beautiful beaches, national parks and islands aplenty, Bravo Asia Tours can comfortably recommend this country to, well… everybody!