Best of Malaysia Tour (3 Nights & 4 Days)

Best of Malaysia Tour (3 Nights & 4 Days)

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Overview

Inclusions

    1 night accommodation in Genting highlands
    2 night accommodation in Kuala Lumpur
    Daily buffet breakfast at the hotel
    Half day KUL City tour on SIC
    3way transfers KLIA/KUL/KLIA on SIC basis
    Genting outdoor theme park pass
    Genting cable car pass (one way)
    Batu Caves Tour
    All Taxes.

Itinerary :

Day 1 : Arrive Kuala Lumpur
Arrival Kuala lumpur. Check In Hotel. Evening free for Leisure Overnight in Hotel.
Meals: NA

Day 2 : Kuala Lumpur
Breakfast. Get ready for Kuala Lumpur city tour. Half-day Kuala Lumpur City Tour (Seat in coach basis) which includes , old world Moorish architecture and other famous landmarks of this vibrant modern capital of Malaysia, interesting sights include Kuala Lumpur trademark Sultan Abdul Samad Building, Independence Square, Jamek Mosque, Lake Gardens, Parliament House, National Monument, King’s Palace, China Town, Petronose tower, and a handicraft centre. Overnight stay in Hotel.
Meals: Breakfast

Day 3 : Genting
Breakfast, Transfer to Genting. 30 min stop at Batu caves to see it. After 1 hour drive, board in cable car for Genting. Day free to enjoy your theme park and stay in First World hotel. First World Plaza. The area is smaller than the Outdoor Theme Park, but it's enough to bring you the fun! Once you enter the Theme Park, you will see a small scale of Paris Eiffel Tower. Below that is the children ride - Ride De Paris, Statue of Liberty at Genting and much more to enjoy. Overnight stay in Hotel.
Meals: Breakfast

Day 4 : Back to Home
After breakfast, check-out from hotel in the afternoon and proceed to the airport to board the return flight.
Meals: Breakfast
Terms and Conditions

    The departure hub As Per your request.
    Above rates are per person on twin sharing basis
    Above rates are valid on minimum 2 adult traveling together. Extra supplement for single pax.s
    Above rates are not valid during trade fairs, exhibitions & special events. Surcharge will be levied
    Above rates are not valid during block out dates.
    Above rates are subject to change in case of any changes in airport taxes, hotel rates, rate of exchange, transport rates, government taxes or entrance fees

    Airline seats & hotel rooms are subject to availability at the time of booking.
    Meals unless specified are not included
    The check in time is 1400 hours and check out time is 1200 hours for all the hotels. Early check in / late check out is subject to availability of rooms

    Above rates are calculated based on the lowest available airfare. Prices are subject to change due to non availability of seats in the required class at the time of booking.

    The rate of exchange taken for computing the above price is Rs. 50 to US$ 1. In the event of an increase in the ROE, the prices defined may change

    Some schedule and timing detail may change upon the suitability and without prior notice
    Any uncompleted booking, supplier will has right to deny the booking accordingly
 

Malaysia tourism Places

Malaysia offers two very distinct experiences: the peninsula and Borneo (an island shared with Indonesia and Brunei). The peninsula is a mix of Malay, Chinese and Indian flavors with an efficient and modern capital, Kuala Lumpur. Malaysian Borneo features some of the most interesting places in Malaysia with a wild jungle, orangutans, granite peaks and remote tribes. Combined with some beautiful islands, luxury resorts and colonials towns, Malaysia, for most visitors, presents a happy mix. Almost 2 million foreign tourists traveled to Malaysia in 2010. Most of them were citizens from neighboring countries such as Singapore and Indonesia but a growing number of other foreign tourists are discovering this country as well.

Populated by a blend of Malays, Chinese, Indians and indigenous groups, Malaysia boasts a rich cultural heritage, from a huge variety of annual festivals and wonderful cuisines, to traditional architecture and rural crafts. There’s astonishing natural beauty to take in too, including gorgeous beaches and some of the world’s oldest tropical rainforest, much of which is surprisingly accessible. Malaysia’s national parks are superb for trekking and wildlife-watching, and sometimes for cave exploration and river rafting. As part of the Malay archipelago, which stretches from Indonesia to the Philippines, Malaysia became an important port of call on the trade route between India and China, the two great markets of the early world, and later became important entrepĂ´ts for the Portuguese, Dutch and British empires. Malaysia has only existed in its present form since 1963, when the federation of the eleven Peninsula states was joined by Singapore and the two Bornean territories of Sarawak and Sabah. Singapore left the union to become an independent country in 1965.


Today, the dominant cultural force in the country is undoubtedly Islam, adopted by the Malays in the fourteenth century. But it’s the religious plurality – there are also sizeable Christian and Hindu minorities – that is so attractive, often providing surprising juxtapositions of mosques, temples and churches. Add the colour and verve of Chinese temples and street fairs, Indian festival days and everyday life in Malay kampungs (villages), and the indigenous traditions of Borneo, and it’s easy to see why visitors are drawn into this celebration of ethnic diversity; indeed, despite some issues, Malaysia has something to teach the rest of the world when it comes to building successful multicultural societies.


Malaysia tourist attractions:

Cameron Highlands
The Cameron Highlands is one of Malaysia’s most extensive hill stations, first developed by the British in the 1920s. It has a population of more than 34,000 people consisting of Malays, Chinese, Indians and other ethnic groups. The Cameron Highlands is renowned for its trails. They lead visitors through the forest to waterfalls and other tranquil spots. Apart from its jungle walks, the sanctuary is also known for its tea plantations and visitors can book several “tea factory” tours.
 


Georgetown Inner City
Named after Britain’s King George III, Georgetown is located on the north-east corner of Penang Island. Most of George Town’s population is of Chinese origin. Due to strict controls, George Town retains many of its colonial-era shophouses to this day. It is officially recognized as having a unique architectural and cultural townscape without parallel anywhere in Southeast Asia. The town truly springs to life in the evenings, when most of the locals head to the nearby street hawkers to have their meals and drinks.

Taman Negara
Taman Negara, which literally means “national park” in Malay, is one of the oldest tropical rain forest in the world. It features massive trees, waterfalls, jungle treks of various duration and the world’s longest canopy walkways. Several trails enable the visitor to explore the forest without a guide. Taman Negara is a haven for endangered species such as the Asian elephant, tigers, leopards and rhinos, but numbers are low and sightings are very rare. It’s unlikely that you will see anything more than birds, small deer, lizards, snakes and perhaps a tapir.



Pulau Tioman
Tioman is a small island located off the east coast of peninsular Malaysia. In the 1970s, Time Magazine selected Tioman as one of the world’s most beautiful islands. Tourists have surged to the island ever since, seeking a taste of paradises. The island is surrounded by numerous white coral reefs, making it a haven for scuba divers while the interior is densely forested. Visitors outnumber villagers outside the monsoon (November to February), but Tioman can be virtually deserted at other times.

Mount Kinabalu
With a summit height at 4,095 meters (13,435 ft), Mount Kinabalu is the highest mountain in Borneo. The mountain is known worldwide for its tremendous botanical and biological species biodiversity. Over 600 species of ferns, 326 species of birds, and 100 mammalian species have been identified at Mount Kinabalu and its surrounding. The main peak of the mountain can be climbed easily by a person with a good physical condition, and requires no mountaineering equipment although climbers must be accompanied by guides at all times.

Petronas Twin Towers
The Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur were the world’s tallest buildings before being surpassed in 2004 by Taipei 101. However, the towers are still the tallest twin buildings in the world. The 88-floor towers are constructed largely of reinforced concrete, with a steel and glass facade designed to resemble motifs found in Islamic art, a reflection of Malaysia’s Muslim religion. The Petronas Twin Towers feature a sky bridge between the two towers on the 41st and 42nd floors.

 

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