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COVID-19 update: May 2020
Number of active cases: 1710
Rate of recovery: 71% recovered
Travel possibility: Malaysia’s business will reopen in May. Religious activities, large gatherings and businesses that involve close contacts such as cinemas and night clubs will not be allowed to reopen. Schools and universities will also remain closed as do borders both domestic and internationally.
General mood on the ground: Strict social distance campaign remains. Masks are a must.
Kuala Lumpur’s city energy is gateway to the coastal cities of Penang, the Cameron Highlands as well as stunning naturally preserved islands. Sharing the island of Borneo (Malaysia) and Indonesia’s Kalimantan, Borneo is about adventure, beaches and nature.
An amazing array of hotels to capture the individuality of each traveler, our preferred hotels range from boutique locally run hotels to uber deluxe resorts offering a glamorous getaway.
Let LUXPERIA introduce you to some of the best variety in local food, high end cuisine and fusion with our list of preferred restaurants catered to your taste.
Festive Season for Travel
Travelling through the festive season can be a highlight; while major cities quieten down, rural areas are lively with kinfolk enjoying reunions, take a breath of fresh air as traffic slows and the festive spirit alights.
The heart of LUXPERIA remains in the service offered to all guests, to offer experience rich journeys through Malaysia and Borneo.
Close to the equator, Malaysia is hot and humid year round with tropical rain showers to cool down the days. East coast enjoys a wet season between November & February, while the west coast experiences sunny, dry weather. Contrarily, west coast has its wet season from April to October and dry on the east coast.