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  • Malaysia City & Nature



    8 Nights - 9 Days

    Kuala Lumpur, traces back to the 1850s when tin prospectors flocked to this place that converges between two main rivers, Gombak & Klang. With a population of over 2 million, and amidst the ultra-modern and futuristic skyscrapers, tradition is still held in high regards, as demonstrated by the pre-war architecture which stand proudly alongside modernity. Truly a city of lights & sights that never sleeps.
    Upon arrive KLIA, meet & greet by our representative and transfer to hotel check-in, rest & relax.
    Accommodation: Kuala


    Morning, you will proceed to Kuala Lumpur City Tour.
    This is a must for first time visitors to Kuala Lumpur. This is an interesting tour which unveils the beauty and charm of the old and new Kuala Lumpur, starting from where the city began, which is at the confluence of two rivers. Visits include the King's Palace, the National Monument and the superb buildings at the Independence Square. Observe the contrast between historical architecture and modern skyscrapers in an abundant setting of greenery. You will also get to visit a local handicraft centre and a photo stop at the magnificent Petronas Twin Towers.
    Evening, you will depart to Culture Night Tour.
    This evening tour takes you to the open air bazaar of Chinatown, a Hindu temple and a sumptuous Malay cuisine accompanied with a cultural show. Sri Maha Mariamman Temple – The smell of burning jasmine, incessant chanting of Hindu priests, intricate carved deities and the mystical aura combine to give you lasting impression of this religion. Then, take a stroll through to Open Air Bazaar of Chinatown. It's a bazaar of numerous makeshift stalls lined up to display their wares ranging from local handicrafts to almost-as-good-as-genuine designer items. Try your bargaining skills here. Later, proceed to a Malay Restaurant for buffet dinner and cultural show. Help yourself to a buffet dinner where a sumptuous variety of local dishes and delicacies await you.
    Accommodation: Kuala


    Check-out from the hotel and depart to Kuala Tembeling (journey will takes approximately 4 ½ hours drive).
    Upon arrive Kuala Tembeling Jetty, where you'll then board a 1330 hours longboat to Taman Negara (except Friday is 1430 hours). After a 2 hours longboat ride upriver you will arrive at Taman Negara, Malaysia's National Park. It covers 4343 square kilometers covering Pahang, Kelantan and Terengganu state is 130 million years old, the oldest rainforest in the world. The highest mountain in the Peninsular, Gunung Tahan, and 2186 meters stands in the park. Covered with primary jungle and scattered limestone outcrop, it is truly the outdoor destination for nature lovers. Check-in resort, rest & relax.
    Dinner is served at the resort.
    Optional Activities: Night Jungle Walk
    In the evening, you can join a short briefing and video show for an introduction to the park. Then, you can join a Night Jungle Walk with Nature Guide to experience walking inside the rainforest at night. Learn about nocturnal plants & insects. Catch sights of mammals en-route such as sambar deer, mouse deer, porcupine if you are luck.(Tour rates: Upon request)
    Accommodation: TAMAN NEGARA

    In the morning, you will depart to Jungle Trekking at Bukit Teresek and Canopy Walkway with Nature Guide. This walk takes us further into the national park. The guide will highlight to you the rich flora found enroute. You will enjoy a panoramic view at the top of Teresik Hill and on a clear day, you can also see Mount Tahan. Before returning to base, you will have the option of going on the canopy walk which is about 30 – 40 meter above ground where you can observe the forest from a better vantage point.
    Next, you can take a leisurely Boat Trip to Lata Berkoh where you can enjoy a boat cruise through Tahan River to Lata Berkoh waterfall. You can enjoy in cool water from Gunung Tahan spring and rejuvenate by natural jacuzzi.
    After tour, return back to resort rest & relax.
    Dinner is served at resort.
    Accommodation: TAMAN NEGARA


    Check-out from the resort and take boat to Kuala Tahan depart for Cameron Highlands via Kuala Lipis with Rubber Plantation visit en-route.
    Arrive Cameron Highlands in the evening. Check-in resort, rest & relax.
    Accommodation : Cameron Highlands


    Breakfast is served at resort.
    The rest of the day free at leisure on own arrangement OR join an optional tour which arrange by resort.
    Optional Tour: Cameron Highlands Countryside Tour
    Since the discovery of the Cameron Highlands by William Cameron in 1885, the highlands have not only been transformed into a farming land and a retreat for the wealthy Chinese businessman but have also become the most popular destination for local and foreign holiday makers alike. In 1929, John Archibald Russell a Scottish, was the first person to be granted a piece of land to cultivate tea in this region. Today, his Boh Plantations are the biggest tea grower in Malaysia.
    This half day tour will take you to one of his tea plantations to watch the processing of black tea and later to sample various kind of tea in the tea house. After the tea break you will visit the local fruit and vegetable market, an apiary farm, butterfly garden, Chinese Buddhist temple, Cactus and Flower gardens and lastly a Strawberry farm (Tour rates: Upon request)
    Accommodation : Cameron Highlands

    Check-out from the resort and we will depart to Penang with drive towards Ipoh, and en-route stop will be made at the Sam Poh Tong Cave Temple. Then, continue journey to Kuala Kangsar, visit Ubudiah Mosque, Iskandariah Palace and Istana Kenanga Museum. After visit, we will continue our journey to Penang.
    Penang, widely known as the Pearl of the Orient is one of the Asia’s most famous islands. Its natural beauty and exotic heritage have been attracting curious visitors for centuries. Today, Penang is very much an amalgam of the old and the new – a bustling port, a heritage city and an industrial base.
    Check-in hotel and the rest of the day free to explore Penang by your own.
    Accommodation : Penang

    DAY 08: PENANG
    Today, we will depart to Half Day Historical Georgetown Tour.
    Georgetown, named after King George III of England, has one of the largest colonial buildings in South East Asia. First stop, Fort Cornwallis built in 1808 by the British East India Company. It is also marks the spot where Sir Francis Light landed on Penang. Next Chew Jetty or ‘She Chew Kew’ the biggest waterfront settlement or ‘houses on stilts’ created by Chinese immigrant in the mid 19th century. Drive through Street of Harmony, which houses the Anglican Church, Kuan Yin Chinese temple, Mahamariaman Indian temple and the Kapitan Kling mosque. Next The State Museum, built in 1821, houses a fine collection of old photographs, maps, charts and other historical relics. Tour ends with a visit to Wat Chayamangkalaram, a Thai temple which houses a 108ft long Reclining Buddha. Directly opposite is the Dhammikarama Burmese temple which houses a magnificent 8.2 meter high image of Lord Buddha.
    After tour, transfer back to resort OR you can join another optional tour.

    Optional Tour: Penang Hill & Temple Tour
    Kek Lok Si Temple is the largest Buddhist temple in South-East Asia. Nestled within the hills in Penang, it is also known as the Temple of Ten Thousand Buddha’s. The 7-tier Pagoda of 10,000 Buddha’s, which dominates the temple, is influenced by the architecture styles of the Thais, Burmese and Chinese. A beautiful bronze statue of the Goddess of Mercy over looks the temple. Next, take the funicular rail ride up Penang Hill (830m above sea level), a cool hill retreat during colonial days for a panoramic view of Georgetown and the Straits of Malacca (Tour rates: Upon request).
    Accommodation : Penang

    Free at leisure till check-out from the hotel and depart to Penang International Airport for your own onward journey.