How much does a trip to Malaysia cost?

We often ask ourselves this, maybe between chats we are these ” Journey to Malaysia costs” or

We often ask ourselves this, maybe between chats we are these " Journey to Malaysia costs" or  How much does a trip to Malaysia cost?

The fundamental distinction in the seasons is the arrival of the northeast monsoon that marks the beginning of the rainy season. The effect is particularly pronounced along the east coast of the peninsula and the southwest of Sarawak in Borneo, with the peak of precipitation between November and February.

Along the west coast of the peninsula, on the other hand, and in the Sabah region in the north-east of Borneo the wettest months are September and October. During these months the reverse precipitation can last up to a couple of hours.

In essence, the best time to go to Malaysia is in principle from March to September, thus avoiding the peak of the rainy season.

Malaysia trip: Documents and vaccinations to enter Malaysia

Italian passport holders receive a free tourist visa lasting 90 days when they enter the country.

It is possible to extend the visa duration by another 30 days by going to an immigration office or doing the classic “visa run”, that is, leaving and returning to the country, but be careful because it would seem preferable, in order to avoid problems, to stay outside the country at least a couple of days otherwise the entrance, and the additional 90 days, are not guaranteed.Here you will find an interesting discussion in case you want to go into this in more detail.

Malaysia does not require any mandatory vaccination but Hepatitis A and B are always recommended.

What to do and see in Malaysia

As you probably already know, or at least see from the map below, Malaysia can be divided into two distinct regions: peninsular Malaysia and the so-called Borneo, a wild island that Malaysia shares with Indonesia and the small sultanate of Brunei.

In this guide you will find information and itineraries for both regions conveniently divided into two distinct sections, we will start from peninsular Malaysia.

Prices are often expressed in the local currency. The official malaysian coin is called “Malaysian Ringgit” abbreviated to “MYR” or simply “R”.

The exchange rate, at the time of publication of this article, is 1€ = 4.75 MYR. For the current change I recommend you take a look at this page.

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Matteo Angeloni
Matteo Angeloni
Photographer, social media manager, close to master's degree. I wanted to open this blog out of a pure passion for travel, places and little stories.

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