A must for first time to Malaysia’s capital city – Kuala Lumpur.
Rural Landmarks and Handicrafts
You’ll be taken to one of Malaysia’s most popular Hindu shrines at the mysterious Batu Caves, and have the option to see how Malaysia’s most distinctive crafts are produced at the world largest Royal Selangor Pewter factory; see the different process involved in working with pewter, including casting, filing, polishing, soldering, hammering and engravingand. Shot stop at Batik Centre before proceeding to the highlight of the tour – limestone hills of Batu Caves; a flight of 272 steps lead up to the temple cave.
Most intelligent city in Malaysia
Explore the city outskirts of Kuala Lumpur – Putrajaya, the Malaysia government administrative centre, referred to as the ‘Intelligent Garden City’ amid lush greenery and botanical gardens sprinked across the vast landscape. Visit Taman Warisan Pertanian Agricultural Park, view imposing landmarks such as the Putra Mosque, Putrajaya Lake, Putra Bridge, Perdana Putra – the Prime Minister’s office & boat ride at Putra Lake (boat ride at own cost)
A trip down memory lane
A heritage trails of the early cultures oin Malaysia – an insight int Malaysia’s multi cultural society.
A potpourri of Malaysian Cultures
A tour to the open-air bazaar of China town, stroll through its popular night markets; where the locals engage in hectic bargaining for merchandise spread across the street. Visit Sri Maha Mahamariamam Hindu Temple-the smell of burning jasmine, intricate carved deities and the mystical aura combine to give you lasting impression of this religion . Later proceed to local restaurant for buffet dinner and cultural show.
Fun, Excitement, Thrill!
One of Malaysia’s favourite amusmen and water parks, with more than 80 attractions. Enjoy rides and spills in the park’s themed lands: World of Adventure, Wild Wild West, Waters of Africa, Extreme Park, Scream Park and new attraction, Nickelodeon Lost Lagoon. Go surfing, float in the river rapids, and catch street theater and dance performances. Look out for Sunway’s mascot, Captain Quack, s he takes a walk around the entire park.
Fun and Educational
Located 5km from Kuala Lumpur, the National Zoo houses some 200 species of animals, birds and reptiles; while the aquarium has 80 species of marine and fresh water life. Within the extensive grounds is an area for sea lions where visiotes can see tehm being most active during feeding time and say HELLO to Xing Xing and Liang Liang the Giant Panda!
Nature and environment outside the jungle
Visit the largest bird park in South East Asia, houses thousands of birds representing nearly evey major species in this part of the world. Sprawling approcimately 20.9 acres of verdant vally terrain, it is the home to more than 3,000 birds approximately 200 species of local and foreign birds. Next, visit the Butterfly Park, houses some 6,000 butterflies of over 120 species. At Orchid Garden, see over 800 varieties of orchid including the exotic species.
More than 580 years of history
Explore the historic town of Malacca, a key port for trade between the East and the West with influences of former Asian and European rulers evident throughout this UNESCO World Heritage City. The historical and cultural significance of top sites including St Paul’s Hill, St Paul’s Church, the Stadhuys, the fortress A’Famosa (Porte de Santiago), Cheng Hoon Teng – Malaysia’s oldest Chinese Temple and a stroll along Jonker Street.
The flashing Christmas tree
Depart for Kuala Selangor town in the quiet hamlet of Kampung Kuantan, one of the largest firefly colonies in the world. Visit Kota Melawati, formerly known as Fort Altingsburg. The bird sanctuary park at the foot of Bukit Melawati is an ideal place for bird watchers. Also found are silvered-leaf monkeys, butterflies etc.
Proceed to Kampung Kuantan – the highlight of the tour. Row upstream in a small boat in the quiet darkness to witness the blinking trees. This scintillating display of fireflies portrays an image of a flashing Christmas trees.
‘An Adventurous Outing
The Elephant Sanctuary Tour takes you on a drive through the scenic Malaysian countryside to visit the Kuala Gandah Elephant Orphanage Sanctuary. The conservation centre is the base of operations of the Department of Wildlife and National Parks Elephanat Relocation Team, which assists in the capture and relocation of rogue elephants from across Southeast Asia. Along the way, stop at the Aborigine settlement for a brief tour. Lunch at local restaurant.
A day trip to Genting Highlands includes a ride in South-East Asia’s fastest and longest cable car. When you arrive at the foot of the hill resort, head to the casino by riding the 2-mile (3km) Genting Skyway. As you climb to the top of the mountain, admire a panoramic view of highlands and pristine tropical jungle below. On arrival at Genting Highlands, you will be free to explore its hotels, shops and restaurants on your own.
* Outdoor Theme Park is closed for renovation and will reopen in 2018 as the world’s first ever Fox Theme Park.
** Indoor Theme Park is closed for upgrading purposes on 04th April 2017.
Back to Nature
The tour will expose you to the real feeling of being in the tropical rainforest of Malaysia. This specially designed program is to introduce the wonders and the beauty of a primary tropical rainforest all in a day while staying in Kuala Lumpur. An introduction of the place and activities will be carried out immediately on arrival before proceeding with jungle trekking by identifying various fruit trees.