Cruise to Kuala Lumpur

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Malaysia Cruises: Your guide to sailing to Kuala Lumpur and beyond

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Frequently asked questions

Popular stops on a Malaysian cruise itinerary include Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Langkawi, and Borneo.


Peak cruising season is from November to March, avoiding the monsoon season.


Absolutely! Many cruises offer kids' clubs, family activities, and excursions suitable for all ages.


Cruises offer a mix of international dishes and Malaysian specialties, like rendang and laksa.


The official currency is the Malaysian Ringgit (MYR). While we recommend having MYR cash on hand for shore excursions, most large cruise lines are now cashless and will require you to settle you bill via debit or credit card.


Malaysia cruises can range from five days to two weeks.


Yes, many cruises offer traditional dance, music, and culinary experiences as part of the itinerary.


You should always check with your Flight Centre travel expert or consult with the Malaysian visa office to confirm your entry requirements as they vary from nation to nation. Australians for example, are granted a 90-day tourist visa upon arrival in Malaysia, where other nationalities may need to apply in advance.


Yes, some cruises focus on wildlife, cultural festivals, or culinary experiences.


Yes, several cruise lines offer upscale experiences with premium amenities and services. Chat with your Flight Centre cruising expert to find the cruise that meets your travel dates and budget today.


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