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Malaysia Private Boat Charter & Sailing Yacht Rental

Malaysia is a culturally rich and diverse country that offers a wide range of activities and attractions for visitors. From stunning beaches and lush rainforests, to bustling cities and historic sites, there is something for everyone in Malaysia.

How do I rent a boat in Malaysia?

The only thing you need to do to discover the natural beauties of Malaysia and sail towards the blue waters is to visit viravira.co's website. Thus, you can choose the boat that suits your needs and make your reservation with fast transactions.

What is the best time to visit Malaysia?

It would be wrong to say that only one time of the year is beautiful for Seychelles because there are 3 different time zones in the country as dry season (May-October), rainy season (April-July) and winter season (December-March). The dry season is usually the preferred time period for tourists because the weather conditions are good and the weather is sunny, and the beaches are also quite crowded at this time. The rainy season offers wonderful views for those who want to explore the natural beauty of Seychelles. In this period, the greenery of the forests becomes more pronounced, rainbows are often observed. In the winter season, the weather conditions are cold compared to the regular season, but it offers a calm experience. There are few tourists during this period and it creates an ideal environment for those who want to explore the islands.

Where to sail in Malaysia?

Malaysia is a Southeast Asian country offering a fascinating sailing experience with breathtaking natural landscapes. Sailing in Malaysia is a popular activity for both tourists and locals. Here are the various destinations you can explore by sailing in Malaysia:

Langkawi: Langkawi is an archipelago of 104 islands in the Andaman Sea and one of the most popular destinations for sailing in Malaysia. This island paradise is known for its turquoise waters, pristine beaches and lush green hills. Langkawi has many sheltered bays and anchorages and you can sail around the island, drop anchor to explore the many villages, mangrove forests and caves that dot the coast.

Tioman Island: Tioman Island is another popular sailing destination in Malaysia, located off the east coast of the peninsula. This small, rugged island is known for its lush tropical rainforests, stunning coral reefs and crystal clear waters. The island is surrounded by several smaller islands and you can sail from one to another, exploring the many bays and beaches along the way.

Redang Island Redang: Island is located off the east coast of Malaysia and is known for its white sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and abundant marine life. This island is a popular spot for snorkeling and diving and you can sail around the island, exploring the many coral reefs and shipwrecks that dot the coast.

What to do and see in Malaysia?

Explore the Cities: Malaysia is home to several vibrant cities, including Kuala Lumpur, the capital city, and George Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. These cities offer a mix of modern and traditional culture, and you can visit iconic landmarks such as the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur and the historic streets of George Town.

Enjoy the Beaches: Malaysia has a long coastline that is dotted with pristine beaches and turquoise waters. Some of the most popular beaches include Langkawi, Redang Island, and Tioman Island. These islands are known for their clear waters, vibrant coral reefs, and abundant marine life.

Visit National Parks: Malaysia is home to several stunning national parks, including Taman Negara National Park, Kinabalu National Park, and Bako National Park. These parks are known for their diverse wildlife, lush rainforests, and stunning scenic views.

Experience Local Culture: Malaysia is a culturally diverse country, and you can experience this rich heritage by visiting traditional villages, temples, and museums. For example, you can visit the Batu Caves near Kuala Lumpur, where you can see Hindu shrines and the largest statue of Lord Murugan in the world.

Go Shopping: Malaysia is a shopper's paradise, and you can find a wide range of goods, from traditional handicrafts to modern electronics. Some of the most popular shopping destinations include Kuala Lumpur's Central Market, Penang's Little India, and Johor Bahru's City Square Mall.

How much does it cost to rent a yacht in Malaysia?

Yacht charter prices vary depending on the boat type, the number of people, and the seasonality.

The cost of renting a yacht in Malaysia for a day starts from €46/day/person.
The cost of renting a yacht in Malaysia for a week starts from €322/week/person.

Every destination offers a wide range of attractions and stopover points along its coast for those who want with their loved ones. If you think to have a unique and unforgettable sailing holiday this summer, don’t hesitate to book your yacht via viravira.co now before the availabilities run out. 

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