A cruise to Namibia will allow you to appreciate the incredible perfection of the contrasts created by nature, especially along the coastline.
At Port Klang you cannot miss the colourful central market. It is the starting point of our Malaysian trip to Kuala Lumpur, the largest city and a bustling commercial centre with towering skyscrapers, including the Petronas twin towers. The beautiful Batu Caves, a Hindu religious site inside natural caves, are not too far from the hustle and bustle of this metropolis. The Langkawi archipelago, between mangrove forests in the beautiful waters of the Andaman Sea, belongs to the State of Kedah and offers fantastic beaches. And two in particular: Black Sand Beach and the very long Palangi Beach. The city of Malacca is a good place to understand Malaysian culture in art, cuisine and architecture.