Malaysia is partly on an island and partly on the Asian mainland peninsula that makes it the best spot for watersports enthusiasts. Imagine the Perhentian Islands indulging you in a world-class water sports tour in the Malaysian blue ocean water and the dense jungles of Sabah, Malaysia has something for everyone but a lot for the water babies. Thinking about a vacation in Malaysia may bring the colorful picture and montages of The Pagodas, Buddhist Temples, the Famous Beaches, Golden Rock, Genting Highland, Bangkok Night Life, Reclining Buddha, Floating Market, Penang Hill, Museum, Petronas Towers (Night view), and Malaysian Markets. Malaysia is indeed a place of varied cultures and flavors, with a hint of colonial heritage. The Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur needs no introduction or take deep dive down the clear water of the Sipadan Island that is home to barracudas and manta ray for a vibrant marine life. The best time to visit Malaysia is from April to September. A swarm of tourists can be seen arriving and departing during this sunny season.
While October and December make the best for outdoor activities, this season sees less humidity and heat. January to March is the rainy season which is not quite ideal for watersports in Malaysia, so you can avoid planning your trip in these months. Malaysia can be a great bargain for the budget travelers for indulging in the best water sports tours that gives you an opportunity to spend your trip mostly on the shimmering white sandy beaches and underwater or can explore the luxuriant flora. If Snorkeling and diving are your digs then Tioman Island Mersing Johor is the spot that houses a wide range of tropical fish and abundant coral reefs. Wander aimlessly and meet exciting people while you spend a laid back vacation on the beach indulging in the best water sports tour in Malaysia.