© Cruise.me 2019 All Rights Reserved. Powered by Abbey Labs.
A tourist-friendly island known for its fine beaches, cultural sites and breathtaking natural landscapes.
This popular tourist destination has a Japanese war monument, pristine beaches and plenty of diving spots.
Near many of Bali's top attractions, such as the beaches of Kuta and the capital Denpasar.
Regarded as the world's best island by Travel + Leisure magazine thanks to its hot climate and fine beaches.
Close to some of Bali's most popular attractions, including a water temple complex and a black sand beach.
Here you can see the Komodo dragon in its natural habitat and one of the world's few pink sand beaches.
An archipelago with an abundance of natural scenery and spectacular sights to discover.
A large island full of natural wonders, perfect for those who enjoy outdoor activities and water sports.
Explore the walking trails of Kinabalu National Park and admire views of the city from atop Mount Kinabalu.
A lively metropolis and cultural hotspot with many landmarks, including the Petronas Twin Towers.
A World Heritage Site, home to Malaysia's oldest mosque and landmarks showcasing its multicultural history.
A multicultural World Heritage Site with British colonial buildings and many religious monuments.
A bustling city that is very tourist-friendly and whose districts each have distinctive flair and character.
From Port Klang you can enjoy many of Malaysia's top attractions, including the vibrant city of Klang.
A tourist-friendly city near a popular national park with mountains, volcanoes and forests full of wildlife.
A city with distinct Chinese and Dutch influences, close to the world's largest Buddhist monument.
Known as 'the city of heroes' for its crucial role during the Indonesian National Revolution.