Travel itineraries are a popular part of most travel planning. Itineraries by other travelers, especially ones from your own country, help guide you to discover the best places to visit and make budget plans.
With itineraries, you can save a lot of time from having to research on the destinations from scratch. Instead, you leverage on the experience of travelers who have already been to the places you want to go.
This is why at TeliteTravel, we have decided to gather some of the best itineraries of the most popular travel destinations all in one place.
So instead of having to search all over Google or ask your friends, all you have to do is save this one link and have them all in one place.
Best of all, we will be continuously updating this list with more itineraries over time. This way, you'll have more itineraries to take notes from before your trip as time goes on. So be sure to bookmark this page and share it to your friends who share the same wanderlust as you do!
If you've been looking for travel itineraries to popular destinations like South Korea, Europe, and Thailand by Malaysians, all over the internet, your search ends here!
Let's jump right in:
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Thanks to the K-wave, Malaysians have joined millions of travel junkies around the world and making their trips to South Korea where their idols live.
Ask any Korean drama fanatic, and you'll find South Korea in their list of top destinations.
While Seoul and Jeju Islands used to be the two of the most popular spots in South Korea, these days, thanks to the movie ‘The Train to Busan’, Busan has climbed up the ranks as three of the top travel South Korean destinations Malaysians flock to every year.
So if you too have been infected by the K-bug or simply want to make a trip to South Korea, you’ll definitely want to check out all these travel itineraries by Malaysians who have already been there!
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While popular, European countries remain luxurious travel destinations for most Malaysians. This is thanks to the much stronger Euro and the geographical distance between Malaysia and Europe, making airfares really pricey.
Even though the sticker price for European destinations remains high compared to other destinations, there are still Malaysians who manage to make trips there every year. Clearly, these Malaysians are not letting the weaker Ringgit stopping them from their Euro-tour!
To save money on airfare, it is often a habit for Malaysian travelers to make a stop not only in one country in Europe but a few at a time. This way, they can visit a ton of countries while paying only local fares!
If you’re planning to go on your European adventure, get some inspiration from these Malaysian travelers who have already achieved their Euro-travel dreams:
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As Malaysians, we are undoubtedly lucky when it comes to planning a last minute vacation to a neighboring country, which consists of coveted travel destinations that boast exotic food, beaches and a variety of new experiences to explore.
Thailand is only a bus ride away by road and countries like Vietnam, and the Philippines are a few hours away by plane. This makes transport to these destinations cheap.
On top of that, the Malaysian Ringgit is stronger than most of the currencies in Southeast Asia, making shopping and eating much cheaper than Malaysia.
So, if you're looking for your next vacation destination, don't forget to consider our own neighboring countries!
Here are the itineraries of the most popular travel destinations in Southeast Asia by Malaysians to get you inspired:
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Australia and New Zealand are another two of the most popular travel destinations for Malaysian travelers.
Not only do flights from Malaysia to Australia and New Zealand usually take less than 8 hours, but our Malaysian Ringgit also goes further in Australia and New Zealand than countries like the US or Europe (of course, this means more fun for less!).
Known as the land of the marsupials like the Kangaroo, Malaysian travelers have flocked to Australia and New Zealand for a long time now and I believe, will continue to visit these countries in years to come.
If you are planning your trip to Australia and New Zealand, check out these itineraries:
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Japan is a constant favorite among travelers from Malaysia. The main draws are its food, its unique architectures and nature spots found nowhere else. Kobe Beef, Universal Studios, Disney Land, and Mount Fuji are only some of the draws of Japan.
Some Malaysians even make it a point to make a return trip back to Japan every year (do you know people like this? I know a few!).
Japan offers a wide variety of travel destinations, but the most popular ones are Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, and Hokkaido.
If Japan is in your radar, be sure to note down some of the recommendations by these travelers before you go:
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China as a travel destination is gaining popularity among travelers all over the world, including Malaysia.
Though previously known mainly as a travel destination for the temples and ancient architecture like the Forbidden City and Summer Palace, these days, Malaysians are making their way to China for new reasons too: to look at all the tech advancements there.
As a rising travel destination, you'll find less itineraries about China right now, but we're confident they'll build up over time.
For now, take a look at these itineraries if you've a trip to China planned already:
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Travel has become an important part of the Malaysian lifestyle all thanks to our powerful passport and budget airlines.
If the travel bug has caught you, and you want to get started traveling, you can prepare ahead of time by referring to itineraries by Malaysian travelers who have gone before you.
TeliteTravel’s curated list of itineraries will save you time in preparation. You don’t have to do Google search anymore, now you can just bookmark this page and come back anytime you want information from your fellow Malaysian wanderlusters!
A destination you’re interested in isn’t on our list? Leave a comment below with the destination name and we’ll look for the best itinerary to include in this list!
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