Family Holidays First Minute Honeymoon and Romancing Weekend Explore Malaysia

Price
$125 per person
Duration
4 Days and 3 Nights
Destination
Malaysia

EXPERIENCE THE NATURAL BEAUTY OF MALAYSIA An unforgettable Journey

The island nation of Malaysia has so much to offer. Malaysia is partly located on the Malay Peninsula and part on the island of Borneo, separated by the South China Sea. While you have bustling modern cities, skyscrapers, and relaxing islands on the peninsula, you can also find jungles filled with exotic wild animals like the orangutan, remote tribes and diving opportunities on the island of Borneo. Borneo’s rainforests are one of the oldest on earth, over 140 million years in the making. The country is full of natural and man-made attractions and is an amalgamation of varied cultural influences like Malay, Chinese, European and Indian.
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Tour Start Date & Time
Everyday
Additional Information
Highlights: Value for money, Family friendly, Budget Honeymoons
Price includes
  • 24 Hours Assistance in Sinhala, Tamil or English
  • 3 Nights at Regal Park Hotel
  • Arrival and Departure Transport
  • City Tour with Chocolate Factory Visit
  • Daily Breakfast
  • Sunway Lagoon with all 6 theme parks
  • Tourism Tax
Price does not include
  • Aquaria KLCC Fee
  • Bird Park Fee
  • KL Tower Observation Desk Fee
  • KL Tower Revolving Restaurant Fee
  • Kuala Lumpur to Singapore Coach Fee
  • The LOVE Restaurant Dinner Cultural Show Fee
  • TWIN Tower Sky Bridge Fee

Malaysia’s sultry capital is a feast for all the senses. Here you’ll find historic monuments, steel-clad skyscrapers, lush parks, megasized shopping malls, bustling street markets and lively nightspots. Essential parts of the vibrant mix are the incense-wreathed, colourfully adorned mosques and temples of the country’s Malay, Chinese and Indian communities. A reverence for these ancient cultures is balanced with a drive to be plugged into the modern world, a desire that’s reflected in a creative contemporary-art and design scene, an ambitious riverbank-regeneration project and dynamic architecture: the new Exchange 106 tower is taller than the iconic Petronas Towers.

A skyline punctuated by minarets, Mogul-style domes and skyscrapers; colourful, food-stall-lined streets shaded by a leafy canopy of banyan tree – Lonely Planet

Historical Canvas

Today’s KL-ites are separated by barely a handful of generations from the tenacious Chinese and Malay tin prospectors who founded the city, carving it out of virgin jungle. By the time the British made it the capital of Peninsular Malaysia in the late 19th century, erecting grand colonial buildings, KL had only been in existence for a couple of decades.

Since then, KL has been centre stage on Malaysian history. Stadium Merdeka was where, in 1957, the country’s first prime minister, Tunku Abdul Rahman, declared independence. The city also celebrated as a new national government came to power in 2018.

Shopping

To fully connect with locals, join them in two of their favourite pastimes: shopping and eating. Malaysian consumer culture achieves its zenith in KL, where you could spend all day browsing glitzy air-conditioned malls such as Pavilion KL, Suria KLCC and Mid Valley Megamall in search of designer fashion and bargains. Bangsar and Publika are the places to go for local labels and the work of offbeat independent designers. Alternatively, explore Central Market for locally made souvenirs and handicrafts; and hunt out the few remaining artisans and antiques dealers still keeping shop in and around Chinatown.

Street Feast

Despite the heat, this is a city best explored on foot. Walk and you can catch all the action and save yourself the frustration of becoming entangled in one of KL’s all-too-frequent traffic jams. Walking, you’ll discover parts of KL retain the laid-back ambience and jungle lushness of the kampung (village) it once was. What’s more, you’ll be sure to come across some of the city’s best dining spots: the hawker stalls and traditional neighbourhood kopitiam (coffee shops) that beckon you over with the aroma of freshly cooked food and the promise of refreshment with tropical juices and cooling drinks.

 

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With frequent sales events throughout the year, expansive shopping malls like Pavilion KL and Suria KLCC are also among the biggest tourist attractions in the city, hosting a wide range of upmarket labels from all over the world. Plus, if you need more reason to love Kuala Lumpur, there is the abundance of gastronomic delights – with thousands of hawker stalls, cafes, and restaurants serving every imaginable type of delicacies.

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Explore Malaysia

Price
$125 per person
Duration
4 Days and 3 Nights
Destination
Malaysia

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