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First Class Luxury in Malaysia

First Class Flights and Kuala Lumpur are the Epitome of Chic

Relish the lush glamor of Kuala Lumpur with last minute first class seats. - IFlyFirstClass

If you want an exciting city that’s full of vibrant and upscale amenities, Kuala Lumpur is ideal. Kuala Lumpur, or simply KL, is chic and cosmopolitan with a skyline that is unforgettable. It’s most famous skyscrapers are the Petronas Towers, 1,482 feet tall. The twin towers are linked by a breathtaking sky bridge overlooking the city from 557 feet in the air. You can travel up to the 86th floor for a view from the observation deck. KL is also home to less glitzy attractions, too, including an aquarium and the bird park. You can explore KL’s cultural and religious influences by visiting Merdeka Square and Thean Hou Temple. The Sultan Abdul Samad building, National Mosque and Islamic Arts Museum are also fascinating. Day-trippers will delight in a trip to the Batu Caves. These caves would be notable on their own, but they also feature magnificent cave temples. You get a hint of the splendor of the caves just be seeing the golden Murugan statue at the base of the caves. It’s the tallest Murugan statue in the world at 140 feet tall. To see the Batu Caves and all of KL’s sites, snag last minute first class deals to KL International Airport.

Luxuriate in First Class Flights, Then Get a Thrill Diving Off Sipadan Island

Relish the colorful coral reef with first class tickets to Malaysia. - IFlyFirstClass

Near Malaysian Borneo lies the beautiful island of Sipadan in the Celebes Sea. The island is a haven for those who love to scuba dive and snorkel. Just north of the equator, the island boasts soft, sandy beaches perfect for sunbathing. A vibrant coral reef is located just off the island, a wonderland of fish and other sea life. Hawksbill and green turtles are abundant on the island. They arrive here to mate and nest, but you may also see them while diving the coral reef. Hawksbill turtles feed on coral sponges and are known for their gorgeous iridescent shells. Other spectacular dive activities in Sipadan include the Turtle Tomb caves. Diving is limited here to preserve the area’s natural wildlife and landscape. Snorkeling is a little more available, and you’ll still be able to see turtles, barracudas and fish in the shallows. The island is a protected area, so you’ll actually need to book a resort on a nearby island and boat over. Mabul Island is one of the more popular Sipadan-area islands for lodging. It’s a bit of a trek to reach this region from abroad. The easiest route is to book discounted first class tickets to Kuala Lumpur. Catch a connecting flight to Tawau and ground transport to Semporna. You can hop on a boat to Mabul and other Sipadan-area islands from Semporna.

Gorge on George Town’s Delights with First Class Flights

Luxuriate in the glamor of George Town with first class flights to Penang. - IFlyFirstClass

Although George Town is one of Malaysia’s biggest cities, it has plenty of pretty natural features. While you’re here, take some time to hike up the Penang Hills. You’ll gain a fabulous view of the city and sea. You’ll also enjoy cooler temperatures and popular activities such as a canopy trail. If you don’t feel up to a jungle trek, you can also take the funicular up to Penang’s Flagstaff Hill. At the base of one of the Penang Hills is the Buddhist temple Kek Lok Si. It’s a top pilgrimage site, and its thousands of bronze and alabaster statues are incredible. The temple pagoda is known for its compelling mixture of Chinese, Thai and Burmese details. Penang Botanic Gardens is another local treasure, featuring 12 spectacularly lush zones. The city is eminently cosmopolitan, especially when it comes to shopping. Some of the city’s major shopping areas include Komtar Tower and Penang Times Square. Shopping is particularly chic on waterfront Gurney Drive. You can enjoy all of George Town’s perks by booking first class deals to Penang International Airport.

Tropical Pleasures: First Class Flights and the Perhentian Islands

Take first class flights to KL to revel in Perhentian Island recreation. - IFlyFirstClass

There are more upscale Malaysian Islands than the Perhentian, but few are as fun or amenity filled. The Perhentian Islands are ideal for family activities and marine recreation. Kecil is the smaller of the two Perhentian Islands, known for its backpacker revelry and snorkeling. If you’re looking for a thrill, swim out to Kecil’s island lighthouse. It’s a popular spot for diving from the top of the structure. Long Beach is a favorite beach on Kecil, offering numerous resort activities and amenities. Besar is bigger and slightly more high-end than Kecil. Snorkeling and diving are popular activities here, as is jungle trekking. On your walks through the jungle, you can expect to see plenty of wildlife. Coming face to face with a massive monitor lizard may be startling, but it’s commonplace here. To travel to the Perhentian Islands, find discounted first class flights to Kuala Lumpur. Take a connecting flight to Kota Bharu Airport. It’s a short ride from Kota Bharu to the Kuala Besut Jetty, where you can catch a boat to the islands.

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