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Highlights of Malaysia

13 Days / 12 Nights

Kuala Lumpur• Cameron Highlands • Penang • Kuching • Kota Kinabalu

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DAY BY DAY ITINERARY

DAY 1 Arrive Kuala Lumpur

Met on arrival and transferred to your hotel.

Hotel: 4★ Park Royal or similar (2 nights)

DAY 2  Kuala Lumpur  B

Half-day tour highlights visits to Kuala Lumpur’s landmarks – National Monument, King Palace and the National Mosque, the Independence Square and the Petronas Twin Towers.

DAY 3  Kuala Lumpur – Cameron Highliands           B

Depart for Cameron Highlands which is located 1542 meters above sea level, famed for its tea plantations and cool temperatures. En route, you will visit Batu Caves, the sacred cave temple for the Hindus. Arrive at  Cameron Highlands and visit the market place, cactus & flower garden and butterfly farm.

Hotel: 4★ Smokehouse Hotel or similar (1 night)

DAY 4   Cameron Highlands – Kuala Kangsar – Penang  B

After breakfast, proceed to the Sungei Palas Boh estate, regarded as the largest and best known tea station in the region. En-route views the most scenic tea plantation.

Drive to Penang with a stop at the Royal town of Kuala Kangsar. See the mesmerizing Ubudiah Mosque, the attractive Iskandariah Palace and Istana Kenangan which was built without a single nail. Visit the Sultan Azlan Shah Gallery and the Labu Sayong Center where unique shaped pots filled with water is believed to have healing peroperties.

Cross over to Penang, the “Pearl of the Orient” via one of the longest bridge in the world.

Hotel: 4★Hotel JEN Penang or similar (3 nights)

DAY 5    PENANG        B

This morning, visit the 3rd longest reclining Buddha figure in the world followed by Kek Lok Si Temple, also known as Temple of 1000 Buddha and Fort Cornwallis, the landing site of Captain Francis Light in 1786. Continue to the bustling Georgetown on a 3-wheeled, pedal powered open air trishaw.

Proceed to the Peranakan Baba & Nyonya Mansion which was a prominent community of acculturated Chinese unique to the part of the world, especially in the Straits Settlements. At the Pinang Peranakan Mansion, a museum dedicated to Pernakan’s heritage. Visit the intricate Khoo Kong Si clan’s house, a temple where families of the same surname gather to worship their ancestors.

Next stop is the Kapitan Keling Mosque Street where you will see different places of worship like St George Church, Kuan Yin Chinese Temple, believed to be the oldest temple in Penang; Sri Mahariammam Hindus Temple, Penang’s oldest Hindu Temple and Kapitan Keling Mosque.

Enjoy your trishaw ride back to Fort Cornwallis.

DAY 6    PENANG        B, L

Explore the fishing village at the Teluk Bahang and enjoy hands on cooking class at the Tropical Spice Garden. Marvel at the spice terraces where you can see many well-known spices growing and learn how to cook authentic Malaysian dishes in the garden’s natural setting. Learn about the fabulous diversity of spices and herbs from the expert local chefs, who make cooking a fun and unforgettable experience. Enjoy your lunch before returning to the hotel.

DAY 7    PENANG – KUCHING          B

Sarawak, also known as the Land of the Hornbills & Head-Hunters is Malaysia’s largest state.

Today’s tour highlights include a drive around the city with visits to the Cat Monument, City Hall, the Tua Pek Kong – oldest Chinese Temple in the city, an exhibition of “Urang Sarawak: An Exhibition US” at the Art Museum wing of the Sarawak Museum complex.

Continue the drive through the quaint Malay kampungs (villages), and passing through the city centre with the colourful India Street and traditional shophouses.

Hotel: 4★The Waterfront Hotel or similar ( 3 nights

DAY 8      KUCHING – BAKO NATIONAL PARK -KUCHING        B, L

Proceed to Bako National Park, the oldest National Park, home to the Proboscis Monkey, found only in Borneo offering the perfect introduction to the Sarawak forest & wild life. The park has on area of 16 sq. km. of primary forest with an abundance of botanical treasures made up of 25 types of vegetation; one of them is the carnivorous pitcher plant.

DAY 9   KUCHING – SEMENGGOK ORANG UTAN -KUCHING     B

Today’s tour highlights the Semenggoh Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre, a sanctuary for displaced Orangutans who were rescued from captivity and are trained or re-trained to survive in their natural surroundings.

DAY 10    KUCHING – KOTA KINABALU     B

Fly to Kota Kinbalu, capital of State of Sabah, home to some of the world’s rarest species, beautiful coasts with sun-drenched beaches and islands with some of the best dive spots in the world.

Hotel: 4★ Promenade Hotel or similar ( 3 nights)

DAY 11     KOTA KINABALU – KINABALU NATIONAL PARK      B, L

After breakfast, proceed to Kinabalu National Park, a stunning UNESCO World Heritage site, located 1600 meter above sea level and home to Mount Kinabalu, the highest peak in South East Asia. Kinabalu National Park is a botanist’s paradise with over 1500 species of orchids, 330 species of birds, 26 species of rhododendrons, fern, pitcher plants & others. En-route, stop at the village of Nabalu where you can savour some locally grown fruits, or bargain for craftwork at the numerous roadside stalls. Explore the park visit the exhibition centre.

DAY 12  KOTA KINABALU – SAPI ISLAND – KOTA KINABALU      B, L

Transfer to jetty and take a half-hour boat ride to Sapi island. A relaxing day to enjoy swimming and snorkeling with BBQ lunch on the island.

DAY 13    KOTA KINABALU DEPARTURE        B

Transfer to the airport.

第二天:罗马斗兽场

Day 2 – Petronas Twin Towers

第二天:罗马斗兽场

Day 2 – King Palace

第二天:罗马斗兽场

Day 4 – Royal town of Kuala Kangsar

第二天:罗马斗兽场

Day 11 – Kinabalu National Park