- Tour Highlights
- Price & Dates
- Meals as per itinerary
- Sightseeing as per itinerary
- English speaking driver
- Travel insurance
- All international and domestic flight
- Others not mentioned
- Day 1
- Day 2
- Day 3
- Day 4
- Day 5
- Day 6
- Day 7
- Day 8
- Day 9
- Day 10
- Day 11
- Day 12
Arrive Kuala Lumpur
Arrival at KLIA, meet by driver and transfers to your hotel. In the evening, Kuala Lumpur night tour. Chinatown - Chinatown Sample the local teh tarik (warm frothy tea) named after an act of mixing tea and milk in the air without spilling it to warm you on your evening stroll. Malayan Railway Administration Building (Pass By) and stopover at Merdeka Square. The River of Life Kuala Lumpur has been listed in world’s top 10 Waterfront Districts . Equipped with a Dancing Symphony Fountain, Blue Corridor, fog and
lighting effects. While waiting for the show to start around 8pm, you can enjoy shopping at the nearby Suria KLCC.
(Tour sequent subject to weather and traffic conditions)
Overnight (4 nights) Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur - Discovery
Discover the old and the new on this full-day tour which is designed to give you the best possible introduction to this bustling city as well as the outskirt areas. s. First we will make a photo stop at Petronas Twin Towers. Later head out of the metropolis to visit the extraordinary Batu Caves, a limestone hill riddled
with caves and cave temples. Royal Selangor Pewter factory, learn about the production methods of this pioneering pewter maker and enjoy a short guided tour of the factory. Stop at Independence Square before the visit to KL City Gallery (Closed on Tuesday). The National Mosque is a uniquely designed mosque that embodies a contemporary expression of
traditional Islamic art, calligraphy and ornamentation. At night transfers to Atmosphere 360 Restaurant KL Tower for buffet dinner. Thereafter, return to hotel.
Kuala Lumpur - Malacca - Kuala Lumpur
Day trip to historical town Malacca. Founded in 1403, Melaka is Malaysia’s oldest town, full of fascinating history and multi-cultural heritage. Relive history as you walk through the city’s historic buildings including the Stadthuys, St. Paul’s church and the mighty fortress - Porta de Santiago, built by the Portuguese in 1512. Then, have time to stroll along the Jonker Street, known for its antiques, souvenirs, arts and crafts. Lunch is included.
Please note: As there is quite a bit of walking on this tour, good walking shoes will be required
Thereafter, we return to Kuala Lumpur (journey approx. 2 hours)
Kuala Lumpur - Kuala Selangor - Kuala Lumpur
Morning at own leisure. Afternoon Firefly Phenomenon tour at Kuala Selangor. This afternoon tour takes you southwest of the city, travelling through the rural countryside. Sekinchan Paddy Field located about 95km from Kuala Lumpur has vast, well-irrigated and organized paddy fields. Next, stopover at Masjid Jamek Sultan Ibrahim follow by Melawati Hill has several remnants from the past that appeal to those interested in its history. Thereafter, reaching Kuala Selangor wetland reserve, you will be rewarded with a breathtaking scenery of the
mangrove forests, home to an incredibly nocturnal beetle commonly called firefly.
Please note: Like many nature’s great events, the display of the flashing fireflies is influenced by weather conditions.
Please also bear in mind that mosquitoes come out more in the evening and at night, so it is essential that you bring
along insect repellent.
Kuala Lumpur - Taman Negara
Meet up with driver and transfers to Kuala Tahan. Journey will take approx. 3 ½ hours. A short boat ride crossing to the resort for Registration for entry permit and licenses. Have lunch and later check in. Free at leisure till after dinner, introduction of guide at hotel lobby (8.30pm) followed by Night Jungle Walk with
Overnight (3 nights) – Mutiara Taman Negara Resort, Chalet.
Breakfast and at 9.30am Jungle trekking to Canopy Walkway (Closed on Friday) and Teresek Hill with Nature Guide. Return to resort for lunch and free till 2.30pm, enjoy the boat cruise to Lata Berkoh - visit to gigantic tree and Fish Feeding at Kelah Sanctuary. Thereafter, return to resort.
Taman Negara - Cameron Highland
Checkout and crossing over to Kuala Tahan, whereby driver waiting and transfers to Cameron Highlands. Journey will take approx. 4 ½ hours. Upon arrival, tour begins with a visit to Sungai Palas Tea Garden (Closed on Monday. Take a tour of BOH’s first tea factory. It is one of the few remaining tea factories in the world that adopt a fully ‘Rotorvane’ tea processing system. Next to the exhibition area which showcases BOH’s history as well as the art of perfecting tea. You can also drop by the tea shop to take back BOH’s teas that are made for tea lovers to enjoy, wherever they are. Stopover at the local vegetable market and later check into hotel and the night is free at own leisure.
Cameron Highlands - Ipoh
After having breakfast, we take a half-day journey to explore Gunung Brinchang Mountain and the forest. This is the second highest mountain in Cameron Highlands at the height 2000 meters above sea level. Afternoon, transfers to Ipoh. Visit little Guilin in Malaysia - Qing Xin Ling Leisure & Cultural Village (Closed on Sunday). There are also fun activities such as bicycle and trishaw rides around the cultural village, Ba zhi (Chinese fortune telling). Lastly to The Concubine Lane was formerly reputed for being a quaint old corner in the city with its coffee shops. Check in at Hotel. At night depart for Lost World Hotspings Night Park. Dinner at own expenses.
Overnight – Lost world Tambun
Ipoh - Penang
Depart for Penang “Pearl of the Orient”. En route stopover at Taiping for Ubudiah Mosque and 1st Rubber Tree in Malaysia. Next stop at Bukit Merah
Laketown for Orang Utan Island (Closed on Tuesday) is one of the best Orang Utan rehabilitation and Conservation centres in the world. Do not miss the opportunity to observe these primates in their natural habitat. (Includes boat ride & entrance fees). Thereafter, continue journey north passing through Penang Bridge arrive at Penang. Upon arrival, tour begins with
Street Art of Georgetown and later check into hotel. At night transfers to Gurney driver Hawker Center for dinner (own expenses) followed by a visit to a local night market.
Overnight (3 nights) Penang
Explore Penang Island also known as the ‘Pearl of the Orient’. It first achieved fame during the famous spice trade era.Drive along the famous
stretch of Batu Feringghi Road and enjoy panoramic views of the ocean. Head to the Batik Factory to see and to learn the traditional techniques of producing this exquisite Malay textile using wax and dye. Stopover at Teluk Bahang busy fishing Village and Teluk Bahang Dam. Pass by the lush and green landscape of local fruit and spice plantations. Stop at a fruit stall for an introduction to local fruits and the spices of nutmeg and clove. Next, visit the famous Snake Temple which was originally named the 'Temple of the Azure Cloud' in honor of the beauty of Penang's sky. On the way back, view Penang Bridge, one of the longest bridges in the world and which links the island to the mainland. Before returning to the hotel, stop by at the Clan Jetties and their Floating Village. This is a complete village on stilts above the water where Chinese clans live.
Morning Hill & Temple tour. Also known as the Temple of Supreme Bliss, Kek Lok Si Temple is the largest Buddhist temple in Southeast Asia and arguably one of the most iconic landmarks in Penang. For a panoramic view of Georgetown and the Straits of Malacca, hop on the funicular train and ride up to the top of Penang Hill. Ticket for funicular train is included.
Please note: When visiting sacred temples or places of worship, it is best to show respect in dress code. Dress as
modestly as possible (shorts, miniskirts and sleeveless tops are inappropriate and must be avoided). A small
donation of MYR2.00/person is required when entering the Pagoda. At times, without advance notice, the funicular
train may be closed due to inclement weather or for routine maintenance. When this happens, it will be substituted
with a visit to Tropical Spice Garden.
Afternoon, Historical Georgetown tour, named after King George III of England, is known for its well preserved colonial buildings. Next, visit the Colonial Penang Museum for a glimpse into the state’s rich heritage and make stops at Wat
Chayamangkalaram Siamese temple and Dhammikarama Burmese temple. Later, pay a visit to a favourite local chocolate shop for an opportunity to browse some of its finest products. Entrance tickets are included. In the event that Colonial Penang Museum is closed, it will be replace by Peranakan Mansion.
Penang - departure
Free until time transfers to Penang International airport for your flight back home.
- The River of Life Kuala Lumpur
- Petronas Twin Towers
- Suria KLCC
- Batu Caves
- Royal Selangor Pewter factory
- KL City Gallery
- National Mosque
- Cheng Hoon Teng Temple
- Porta de Santiago
- St Paul’s Church
- Christ Church
- Jonker Street
- River Cruise
- Sekinchan Paddy Field
- Masjid Jamek Sultan Ibrahim
- Kuala Tahan
- Canopy Walkway
- Kelah Sanctuary
- Sungai Palas Tea Garden
- Gunung Brinchang Mountain
- Qing Xin Ling Leisure & Cultural Village
- The Concubine Lane
- Taiping for Ubudiah Mosque
- Bukit Merah Laketown for Orang Utan Island
- Penang Bridge
Package price include:
- Ground transportation on private vehicle with English speaking driver.
- 11 nights’ accommodation on twin share.
- For 6 paxs and above will be provided with English speaking guide.
- Penang local Government tax and Malaysia SST.
Package price does not include:
- Porterage at hotel.
- Supply of Mask & Sanitizer.
- Malaysia Tourism Tax MYR 10.00 per room night, to pay direct to hotel. (Applicable for foreigners /
Nonresident in Malaysia)
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