Malaysia is a country rich in history and mythology along with its 99 islands waiting to be discovered. Located in Southeast Asia, just above the Equator, Malaysia is a dream destination for everyone to enjoy.

Nature lovers, beach lovers and divers will find peace and tranquility among the islands and the bright turquoise waters which surround them and in our Malaysia Sailing Itinerary.

Our Guide to the Malaysia Sailing Itinerary

With wonderful treasures waiting to be explored, Malaysia is a tropical paradise. Our Malaysia Sailing Itinerary explores and discovers a number of its beautiful islands, its history, and its culture along with perfect sailing conditions for everyone.

Our Malaysia Sailing Itinerary takes advantage of the well protected and safe sailing areas (year round) and has easy navigation for beginners. The itinerary begins in Langkawi, which is one of Malaysia's largest islands, then moves onto Pulau Tepur, Pulau Gubang Darat, Dayang Bunting, Tanjung Rhu Beach, Ko Lipeh, Ko Adang, Ko Rawi, and Ko Butang.

Our Malaysia Sailing Itinerary is ideal for either a week or two week itinerary, both of which discover and make the most of what the country has to offer.

Getting There

The easiest way to reach the beginning of our Malaysia Sailing Itinerary in Langkawi is by airplane. Langkawi has an international airport which has flights from Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Guangzhou (China), and more. Many of these flights can be utilized in connection with other flights to connect to Europe, the UK, and North America. Langkawi is located 30 minutes drive from the Malaysia Sailing Itinerary starting point at the Royal Langkawi Club.


Our Malaysia Sailing Itinerary has a variety of mooring options from the world class marina of Royal Langkawi Club to beautiful and secluded anchorages to anchorage under the stars. The oceans around Malaysia are tidal and can move up and down up to 2 meters, which should be taken note of and acknowledged for navigation and anchorage.


The weather in Malaysia is predominately divided into two seasons, the wet and dry season due to the country’s proximity to the Equator. Malaysia has no cyclones, but monsoons are the major influence in the weather systems. The northeast Monsoon season runs from November, and it brings light northeasterly winds ranging from 10-20 knots along with cooler dryer temperatures. The southwest monsoons begin in May and brings with them winds above 20 knots. The rainy season reaches its peak in September and October and the hottest months of the year are from March to June, where the temperature can reach 32c.