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      Located in Southeast Asia directly above the equator, Malaysia is an eclectic mix of cultures and a unique geography. The country is divided into two parts, the southern half of the Malay Peninsula and Sarawake and Saba of East Malaysia. Gaining popularity among travelers to Southeast Asia, Malaysia offers a spectacular charter location. Culturally rich, a short time spent in Malaysia will offer you a plethora of experiences that will leave you feeling fulfilled. With a strong asian influence which is apparent in their cuisine, it’s imperative that you explore their street markets which boast hundreds of vendors serving up the finest delicacies in the country. Anything from spicy noodle dishes to traditional fish soup, there is something for everyone to feast on.

With an abundance of relaxing alternatives to even out the high of the bustle, the surrounding waters on your lu are also perfect for those who prefer to take things at a slower pace.

Taking a cruise over to the island of Langkawi, you can trek to the Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls, which is widely known as the most beautiful spot on the island. With gorgeous rock formations and a short hike, you can stand beneath the crisp waters of the waterfall. While you’re exploring the island, head north to enjoy some of their soft sand beaches which are famously known.

Yachts available in Malaysia