- Itinerary design
- Westerner guide
- Private vehicle with chauffeur
- Logistic management
- Local naturalist guides
My mission is to facilitate your trip to make it an authentic and unforgettable experience !
My wish is to make your trip comfortable and flexible while you explore places and meet people who are not in the program of tour operators.
I welcome only small groups with a maximum of 8 people, in order to ensure quality service. The human dimension of these trips can highlight values such as respect, sharing and openness.
I welcome you at the airport in Kuala Lumpur (KL) or Penang (or Singapore) and we follow the route chosen from there.
Throughout the trip we will use the same vehicle (except on the islands and Borneo), a car or a mini van with sufficient capacity depending on the size of your group.
A more comfortable and safer private vehicle will ensure peace of mind necessary to travel
Generally Malaysia hotels are good, but if the hotel offer is varied, the prices can go up to threefold.
Accommodation In the proposed routes are in 3-4 star hotels, but you can choose to book your hotel yourself, or ask me to change class according to your needs or your budget.
Apart from the breakfasts that are included at the hotels, meals are not included.
The food is also extremely varied. I prefer to leave you the freedom to choose according to your tastes, desires and budget!
For the more adventurous, the hawkers will be a treat, while sensitive stomachs prefer the restaurants or hotels. You should know that food is spicy !
Guides and naturalists are local Malaysian, chosen for their specific knowledge (amongst them we have a caving specialist and a butterfly specialist for example) to suit our itineraries. As much as possible, I try to collaborate with locals, and support the Orang Asli communities.
Dive centers :
Being a diver myself, my first concerns when choosing a dive center is safety, the second concern is to have a local dive master that knows the place, and is able to communicate well.
Born and raised in France, I left Provence 20 years ago to travel the world and eventually settled in Singapore in 2007, where I worked as event manager and travel organizer for schools and corporates.
Singapore is well known to be a modern city, but lucky enough I have the rest of South East Asia, and particularly Malaysia, as playground to fulfill my passions, birdwatching and diving. I founded Nidasia to share my knowledge of the country and relationships that I have established.