Duration : 4 hours.
Discover the old and new, starting from where the city began, which is at the confluence of two rivers. Visits include the King’s Palace, the National Museum, the National Monument and the superb buildings at the Independence Square as well as the Moorish-style railway station. Observe the contrast between historical architecture and modern skyscrapers in an abundant setting of greenery. You will also get to visit a local handicraft center and a photo stop at the magnificent Petronas Twin Towers
Duration: 3 hours
The fringes of the city of Kuala Lumpur are abounding with cottage industries and nature reserves. See how beautiful pewter products are manufactured at the world famous Royal Selangor factory. Then, observe how local batik is made. Finally, visit the Batu Caves, the famous site of the annual Thaipusam festival where almost a million devotees congregate. The 272-steps climb leads you to the top of a natural limestone cavern which houses a Hindu shrine
Duration: 5 hours
Visit the buzzing Chinatown on Petaling Street by night. 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. Proceed on to a local restaurant for a typical Malay buffet dinner and a vibrant cultural performance. (Tour includes dinner)
Duration: 9 hours
Founded in 1403, the Sultanate of Malacca was once the greatest and most powerful empire and seaport in South East Asia. The Portuguese, Dutch and British ruled over Malacca's silk and spice trade. This rich heritage is evident in the unique mix of architectural styles. Visit the Cheng Hoon Teng Temple, the oldest Chinese temple in Malaysia, the Dutch Stadhuys and walk through the ruins of St Paul's Church where St Francis Xavier was once buried. Malacca is also one of the birthplaces of the 'Babas' - a mix of Chinese and Malay cultures uniquely its own. (Tour includes lunch)
Duration: 8 hours
Depart with a relaxing 90 minutes drive through dense tropical vegetation before reaching the summit. This includes a short stop at the fascinating Chin Swee Caves Temple. Upon reaching the Highlands, visit the casino and join in the excitement. There's Blackjack, Keno, Roulette, French Bull, Tai Sai, Baccarat and slot machines. Also within the same complex is an amusement park, a 16-lane bowling alley, theatre and massage parlour. For a Bird's eye view of the mountain, take a ride on the cable-car. Outside the casino complex, the atmosphere is altogether different. Designed for family fun, a beautifully landscaped lake takes center stage.
Duration: 4-5 hours
Malaysia is truly a unique golfing destination, the diversity of its courses is unrivalled in the world. Numbering more than 190 throughout the country, they can be found in high mountains, dotting the coastline, on tropical islands, amidst towering rainforests and in the heart of the city.
This destination is filled with a myriad of natural wonders, eco-treasures, scenic beauty, rugged landscapes and cultural diversity. If you are a nature lover and an adventure seeker, Sabah is truly your tropical paradise. Kota Kinabalu is Sabah’s state capital—a modern sprawling city with an interesting mix of European, Malay and Chinese cultures. Strolling along this township, you’ll capture a unique blend of architecture from old Chinese shop houses, traditional markets to several high-rise buildings and shopping malls.
The island of Langkawi is home to a cluster of 99 islands, making it a very popular island resort for honeymoon escapades and family getaways. It is a perfect destination for any sort of extraordinary event. It presents superb outdoor activities such as golfing, snorkeling, trips to marine parks, eco-cruising, cable car ride, and visiting legendary places of interest. Let’s not forget the excellent shopping opportunities with its duty free status.
Kuching means cat in Malay, hence it is often called Cat City, is Sarawak’s capital. It is one of the most lovable cities in the region, perhaps due to its modern developments mixed with its old world charms of colonial and ethnic influence and genuine hospitable people. Some say, “It’s like living in a garden”. Its diverse environment of nature, wildlife, and beautiful landscapes of rivers, caves and mountains are probably why Sarawak is regarded as, Asia’s Best Kept Secret.
Unwrap and push open the “door to the east”, and discover the places and people that make the island of Penang unique to its famed name “Pearl of the Orient”. This is one island that needs little introduction to the many visitors to Malaysia. Best known as one of Southeast Asia’s finest destinations, its plantation-covered hills meet warm tropical beaches and stylish modern hotels contrast with the historical capital of Georgetown.