Trekking in Ladakh Travel is another wonderful experience. There are short walks, day-long walks, or you can go on for weeks to revel in nature’s beauty. Yaks and demos are often found grazing on the mountain pastures, but you may discover more of the region’s rich wildlife, including the endangered snow leopard, gazelles, and ibex.
Its’ best to take a guide along when going for mountain climbing; foreign tourists require special permission. Nun at 7,135-m and Kun at 7,077-m are the highest peaks and the most sought after, and permission to scale these requires advance booking. So if you thought advance booking was only for the movies, then you have to think again!
The two main districts, Leh and Kargil, are spectacularly beautiful. Leh is connected by air, while there are buses, taxis and jeeps taking tourists to Ladakh from Jammu and Srinagar. There are two main highways, which are open when snow has not piled up. The rainfall averages about 4 inches a year, but snowfall is heavy, lending substance to the glaciers, which feed the rivers and lakes. The attractive, pearl-shaped Tsomo-riri Lake and the bewitching Pangong Lake pull tourists like magnets.
Scrub thorn, pine, broadleaf, and subalpine conifer trees and bushes line the varying elevated regions. There are alpine shrubs and meadows, to which, the Nubra Valley, ‘Valley of Flowers’, at a height of 10,000 ft, bears testimony.
Experienced rafters can enjoy their brush with swift waters in the Indus between Spituk and Saspol, but for the amateurs, the scenic region from Spituk to Karu is where they can discover the pleasures of white water rafting! There are many rafting packages, with a popular one on the Zanskar between Padum and Nimo, with professional guides; this is for those who are willing to stay in deep waters and camp in the wilderness for days on end. Talk of adventure and you’ll get plenty of it in Ladakh.
Joy Travels provides you Malaysia Holiday Travel Packages that envelop Malaysia’s cultural fusion and the extraordinary experience it offers in terms of a pleasure holiday, entertainment, as well as sports and adventure activities, such as yachting, sailing, white water rafting, surfing, snorkelling, or cruising. It has some of the best diving spots. The country has an exotic marine life, rare rhinos, honey bears, tigers, leopards, tapirs, elephants, monkeys, kingfishers, sunbirds, woodpeckers, hornbills and colourful pheasants besides many other animals and birds. There are theme parks and water parks providing wholesome fun to families, many botanical gardens, lake gardens (especially Taiping) and Mt Kinabalu’s verdant mountain garden. You can even trek through the jungles to meet the Orang Asli, the original tribal.
When you avail of a Malaysia Tour Package, you will be transported to the land of Silat – the deadly martial art with its fluent, spellbinding movements; graceful and fast-moving traditional Malaysian dances; where the Chinese usher in their New Year with the graceful Chinese Dragon dance; where people celebrate Indian festivals merrily with the Bhangra; and, the Portuguese still dance the lively Farapeira. This is a country where you can exult in colourful festivals, participate in activities, experiment with cuisine, and rejuvenate tired nerves. Spas, herbal baths, oil massages, saunas and jaccuzis abound in Malayisa, in cities and in resorts along beaches or the rainforests.
The country has an equatorial climate with rainfall throughout.Peninsular Malaysia City receives exceptionally heavy rainfall from November-February, while in Sabah and Sarawak it’s heaviest between October-March.
Joy Travels offers exciting Malaysia Tour Packages to one of the world’s beautiful countries and an incredible place to explore. Malaysia lies along the Strait of Malacca. It has white sandy beaches, crystalline warm water, rainforests, lush mangroves, mountains, amazing flora and fauna – with rare orchids – in Mt Kinabalu, 40,000-year old caves with rock paintings and Hindu temples, besides its’ modern cities with sky-reaching buildings, including its’ famed Petrona towers, to tantalise your senses as you try to experience its’ ancient heritage with the sophisticated modernity it sprouts.
Our Malaysia Travel Packages offers for you an insight into its weave of multi-ethnicity, a culture that prevails over its monuments, people, and cuisine. This “land of mountains” has an interesting architectural fusion of Indian, Arabian, Chinese, Dutch and Portugese styles, evident in its mosques, temples and churches. An old palace – Seri Menanti in Negeri Sembilan, is an architectural wonder: it’s made entirely of wood without any nails; while the Istana Kenengan Palace has walls made from bamboo. Community homes (longhouses) are built on stilts with thatched roofs in which several families live. There are quaint water villages built on stilts; the only way to access these is to travel by a canoe.
From your Malaysia Holiday Package, you will find Malaysia a colourful mix of sarees, sarongs, Malay baju kebayas and Chinese cheongsams, with batik, songket, pua kumbu, and tekat being highly popular. The Malaysians are fond of ornamentation, and numerous varieties of jewellery are available in gold and silver with gems. A vast range of duty-free items makes Malaysia a shoppers’ paradise, which has a fair share of sophisticated malls and shopping markets. It is a foodies’ delight with an incredible variety of cuisine – an amalgamation of its’ different inhabitants, including gourmet cuisine and endless hawkers’ offerings. It is the ultimate experience in roadside eateries. The most popular food is char kwey tiaw, asam laksa, rojak and nasi goreng.
Our Malaysia Holidays will enable you to go hiking and trekking through the heavily-forested Peninsular Malaysia; while East Malaysia has hills, valleys, coastal regions and the country’s highest mountain, Mt Kinabalu. The world’s largest flower – Rafflesia, Slipper Orchid and Cycus grow here. A hike through its cloud forests to the Kinabalu peak presents spectacular views.