Explore Malaysia with 4Nights / 5 Days Holiday Package. Spend a day at amusing Genting Highland and know Kualalumpur at its best


Explore Malaysia with 4Nights / 5 Days Holiday Package. Spend a day at amusing Genting Highland and know Kualalumpur at its best

Market Price
Rs. 55,500
Rs. 44,500


2 Nights Kuala Lumpur | 2 Nights Genting
Package Cost: Rs. 44,499 /- (per person on twin share / triple share)

Package Inclusions:

  • Meet and Greet by Airport Representative
  • 2 Nights accommodation in Genting Highland
  • 2 Nights accommodation in Kuala Lumpur
  • Buffet breakfast at the hotel
  • Half day Kuala Lumpur City tour
  • Enroute Batu Caves
  • Return airport transfers on SIC
  • Outdoor Theme Park tickets
  • One way cable car ride
  • Airfare Ex-Delhi
  • Malaysian Visa charges

Package Exclusions:

  • Any services not mentioned above
  • Travel Insurance

Budget Hotel:

  • Genting : First World / Theme park / Awana / similar
  • Kuala Lumpur : Berjaya Times Square / Istana / similar



Genting Highlands is the most developed hill resort in Malaysia. At 2,000 meters above sea level, it offers a cool climate bringing you to a world of dreams. Genting Highland is one hour drive from Kuala Lumpur and it boasts of Malaysias only Grand Casino. Genting Tour can be real fun for the children as it features a beautiful Theme park with many rides and other amusements.

Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is also known as the Garden City of Lights. With its colorful potpourri of races and cultures, KL, as the city is popularly known, is a kaleidoscope of fascinating sights and sounds. Immerse yourself in its abundance of attractions-exciting theme parks, world-class sporting events, dazzling cultural performances and entertaining nightlife.

Malaysia at its best

Malaysia's 'City of Entertainment', Genting Highlands is a mountain resort located an hour outside of Kuala Lumpur. Home to great hotels, theme parks and casinos, this highland outpost offers much more than an escape from the heat. Genting Highlands primarily attracts weekenders from Kuala Lumpur, but it's also a fun diversion for international tourists with a day to spare. Without the colonial atmosphere that characterizes Malaysia's prominent cities, Genting Highlands was developed solely as a commercial enterprise. Gambling is prohibited elsewhere in Malaysia, so Genting Highlands stands out one of the country's most successful entertainment districts. Hotels in Genting Highlands operate together with the major casinos, all of which are operated by Casino de Genting.


Gamblers find a range of slot machines and table games including baccarat, roulette, and Caribbean stud poker. Casino dress code requires smart, conservative dress. Families with children spend more time in local theme parks. Genting Outdoor Theme Park and Genting Indoor Theme Park combine to offer a variety of exciting rides. Admission to both is included on a combined day pass. Shopping is another popular activity, with First World Plaza attached to one of the major Genting Highlands hotels. At more than 6,000 feet elevation, this is the highest shopping complex in Malaysia. It's also an important entertainment hub, with a number of indoor attractions including a water park. Visitors typically arrive via Kuala Lumpur, but a shuttle serves destinations as far flung as Singapore. It's also possible to get to the base of the mountain by bus or train, at which point the Skyway cable car can whisk passengers to the summit in about ten minutes.

Kuala Lumpur

Founded in the mid-nineteenth century, Kuala Lumpur – or KL as it's known to residents and visitors alike – has never had a coherent style, a situation only aggravated by the fact that the city has changed almost beyond recognition over the last thirty years. The first grand buildings around Merdeka Square, dating from the 1890s, were eccentric mishmashes themselves, the result of British engineers and architects fusing, or perhaps confusing, influences from around the empire and the world – Moghul, Malay, Moorish and Victorian. Today, those colonial buildings that remain are overshadowed by towering modern buildings – most notably the Petronas Towers – that wouldn't be out of place in Hong Kong or New York, reflecting the fact that this, the youngest of Southeast Asia's capitals, is also the most economically successful after Singapore.

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A sociable and safe place, KL has a real buzz to it, with good nightlife and enough interesting monuments to keep visitors busy for a few days at least. The ethnic and cultural mix of Malays, Chinese and Indians makes itself felt throughout: in conversations on the street, in the sheer variety of food for sale and in the profusion of mosques, Buddhist temples and Hindu shrines.

A stay of a few days is enough to appreciate the best of KL's attractions, including the colonial core around Merdeka Square and the adjacent enclaves of Chinatown and Little India, plus, to the east, the restaurants, shops and nightlife of the so-called 'Golden Triangle', the modern sector of downtown KL. It can be equally rewarding just strolling and taking in KL's street life, in particular its boisterous markets, ranging from fish and produce markets stuffed into alleyways, to stalls selling cooked food of every shape and description, or inexpensive clothes and accessories.


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