Rent BMW X5 in Kuala Lumpur

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0 - 100 km/h
6.8 sec
Max Speed
250 km/h
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Car Rating
4.0 / 5
150 KM per Day
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Penang National Park

By Eric Palmer - Travel Writer and Petrol Head
Luxury Car Rental Kuala Lumpur

Rent the luxury BMW X5 SUV in Kuala Lumpur and with enough room for all your family take a once-in-a-lifetime vacation into Asia’s far east. With a wealth of scenic sites on offer, things to do and exotic restaurants to eat, Malaysia never seems to lose its fascination.

The luxury BMW X5 SUV is practically filled to the rafters with the best of BMW’s intelligent technology. As a luxury Sports Activity Vehicle, the X5 has impressive performance capabilities that is perhaps matched by its sumptuous interior comfort. With versatile configurations available, you can adjust the seating of the BMW X5 depending on whether you are transporting people or equipment - or a variety of both. The optional third row of seating, allows for a total of seven passengers or alternatively a whopping 18970 liters of luggage space when the seats are removed. The exterior design implies a sense of adventure with strong contours and an athletic body frame. The BMW X5 rewards drivers and passengers alike with a sense of sportiness and style.

At the top of the list we recommend visiting the Penang National Park, across 2,300 hectares it may be one of the smallest in Malaysia, but what it lacks in size it more than makes up for in the variety of its flora and fauna. Take anyone of the numerous trails that lead you into Malaysia’s deepest jungles, from challenging hikes to an oasis of quiet beaches, the Penang Park caters to every level of capability and interest.

Rest assured because the easiest walk is a 15 minute stroll westwards to Teluk Tukun beach, where Kuala Lumpur’s Sungai Tukun flows into the ocean. It is a great place to relax with many little pools that dot the area and which visitors are welcome to take a swim. Walking along this trail for a further 10 minutes will bring you to the University of Malaysia, situated by the port, visitors are able to board a jetty ride or just enjoy the calm on the beach. Another 45 minute or so walk will bring you to Teluk Duyung, which roughly translates to Monkey Beach and for good reason too as you will easily spot families of primates scampering about on the beach.

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