• 28 Millions (20 in Peninsular Malaysia, 8 in Borneo Island)
• Average age is 26 years; annual population growth around 2% ; life expectancy above 70 years
• 53% Malay, 26% Chinese, 8% Indian, 12% Indigenous,1% other
• Indigenous include more than 50% of Sabah population, more than 2/3 of Sarawak and about 150,000 “Orang Asli” of Peninsular Malaysia (“Orang Asli” means “origin man” as they are here since thousands of years)
• The majority of these “Orang Asli” still live in their own village, in the jungle or at the limit of it, and are often animists. However, there are still some nomads
• Regarding religion, 60% of Malaysia population is Muslim, 19% Buddhist, 9% Christian, 6% Hindu


Standard Tours


  • Except for stays in islands, all tours include the ground transportation by a PEA vehicle / driver guide fluent in English.
  • Except for Jungle trips, accommodation is foreseen in hotels or guest-houses, but Homestay may be arranged as per client’s wishes.
  • “A la carte” tours generally combine historical, eco-tourism and even jungle discovery activities, as per client’s request.

Tours in Peninsular Malaysia:

  • Historical and Cultural tours

    Georgetown (Penang) and Melaka of course, both listed by UNESCO World Heritage as “the historical cities of the Strait of Malacca”, but also Negeri Sembilan state -the Minangkabau region and the old wooden palace of the Sultan in Sri Menanti-, Perak state –Ipoh and the royal city of Kuala Kangsar-: these are the Historical and Cultural destinations proposed by PEA. Each tour is accompanied by a dedicated guide.
  • Eco-tourism

    Visit of orchards, paddy fields, fishing village on the West Coast, other traditional villages and houses not so far from Kuala Lumpur. But also visit of Cameron Highlands tea plantations. Experience a home-stay, the best way to see how local live, learn about their traditions, lifestyle and food.
  • Jungle / Orang Asli Discovery

    Transportation by our SUV or 4WD’s completely equipped and safe, accommodation in bungalows (Orang Asli houses), park chalets or camping, jungle trekking (discovery of fauna and flora, including the giant rafflesia –the biggest flower in the world), walk in rivers and waterfalls, bird-watching, photography, bathing, construction of bamboo huts and rafts, campfire.
  • Beaches and Corals

    PEA gives now preference to Perhentian Island instead of Pulau Redang or Pulau Tioman as it is still not too crowded and turtles may easily be encountered on the seabed.
  • Nature Day-trips around KL

    Are you living in KL with your family but ignoring the natural treasures? Or foreigners in business trips having no time to go to our Jungle Discovery trips? Why not fill one day-off with a day-trip in the nature around KL? Become Indiana Jones with only little efforts!

Sabah (Borneo):

  • Around Sandakan: PEA standard tour includes the visit of the orang utan rehabilitation Center at Sepilok, Gomantong Caves, Kinabatangan River and its wildlife, and in option Pulau Selingan the turtle island
  • Special trips may be organized to Mount Kinabalu (4,100m), Danum Valley conservation forest and diving sites in Sipadan / Mabul islands

Sarawak (Borneo):

  • Around Kuching: PEA standard tour includes Kuching city itself, Bako National Park, Semengoh orang utan sanctuary and a stay in a Bidayuh longhouse
  • Special trips may be organized to Mulu or Niah caves near Miri

Other activities

Specific clients’ requests

  • PEA has managed in the past any specific request, from the ground transportation from KL airports to any destination in Malaysia and guided tours of Kuala Lumpur to some specific activities such as rafting (which is very popular in Malaysia) , and even ensuring in a trip to Taman Negara Johor (Endau-Rompin) that the  client (a student in an American university)  identifies150 different species of plants and insects and can prove it by corresponding pictures
  • So don’t hesitate to contact us for any specific wish