Unesco Round Trip 7 Days

    What's Included?

  • All tours and transfers are conducted on PRIVATE basis with exception for the following:-
    • Scheduled tour - fireflies boat cruise at Kuala Selangor on day 3
    • Scheduled tour - Orang Utan Island visit at Bukit Merah on day 5
  • Inclusive of an English Speaking driver guide
  • Only a driver is provided for Singapore - Johor Bharu and Penang Hotel - Penang airport transfer
  • Hotel accommodation and meals as indicated above itinerary
  • Entrance fees where applicable and Trishaw ride


A fascinating fusion of eastern and western influences, Penang is Malaysia’s most tourist-visited destination. The island manages to embrace This is a popular historical tour starting from Singapore. modernity while retaining its colonial traditions; due to its well-preserved heritage buildings Penang’s capital, Georgetown, has been accorded a listing as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site. Kuala Lumpur is an Asian tiger that roars: in almost 150 years, it has grown from nothing to a bustling city of almost two million people. It's a modern city of gleaming skyscrapers, but it retains much of the local color that other Asian boom-cities have lost.

Kuala Lumpur has plenty of colonial buildings in its center, a vibrant Chinatown with street vendors and night markets, and a bustling Little India. More fun and easier to negotiate than Bangkok, grittier than Singapore and more eclectic than Hanoi, the buzz about KL is as palpable as its intoxicating aromas of sizzling satay, sweet incense and tropical flowers. Cameron Highlands is a must in Malaysia, tea fields and wild nature is one of its hightlights. Embrace Malaysia, we are waiting for you.

Day 1 - Singapore / Johor Bharu / Malacca [L] - Arrival

Pick up from Singapore CITY hotel and transfer to 2nd link.

Our local representative will meet you at Johor Bharu 2nd Link and journey overland to Malacca for Discovery Historical Malacca Tour Highlights: Malacca – A Historical City, which has a legacy dating back 600 years from the Malay Sultanates then to Portuguese, Dutch and the English influences, is always a favorite tourist spot for visitors from all over the world. Among the highlights of the tour are St Peter’s Church, Porta De Santiago and the ruins of St Paul’s Church, Dutch Administration office, Cheng Hoon Teng Temple & Jonker Street. Lunch is served at local restaurant

Check-in hotel after tour. Free to explore the city on your own OR shopping for the rest of the day

Overnight at Hotel Equatorial, Malacca

Day 2 - Malacca / Kuala Lumpur [B/L]

Breakfast is served at the hotel.Check-out from hotel, journey overland to Kuala Lumpur, upon arrival at Kuala Lumpur, proceed for Kuala Lumpur Heritage Walking Tour Highlights: Kuala Lumpur’s original settlement began at the confluence of the Klang and Gombak rivers. Today, the centuries-old colonial buildings, minarets, spires and arches of the area continue to be sights that bewitch

Jamek Mosque
- Oldest Mosque in KL built at the confluence of the Klang & Gombak rivers
- Site of the original KL settlement in the 19th century
- Learn about Muslim beliefs, customs and practices
- View of The Oriental Building (exterior view only) which was built in the ‘Art Deco’ style

Jalan Melayu (Malay Street)
- Street of Malay Traders
- Learn about traditional Malay remedies, outfits, food, etc Jalan Masjid India (Indian Mosque Street)
- View Masjid India, a 19th-century Indian Muslim Mosque (exterior view only)
- Walk pass Indian clothing, shoes and gold jewelry stores
- Sample & witness the making of roti canai (a type of flatbread) and teh tarik (literally, ‘pulled tea’, a frothy tea concoction)

Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman
- Once the main shopping street of the colonial capitol
- Today known as KL’s garment district
- Learn about the lasting power of multi-generational family businesses that dominate this street

The Colonial Core - Learn about the single-phase construction of Mughal-style colonial public buildings, that includes the famous Sultan Abdul Samad Building
- Visit St Mary’s Cathedral, one of the regions oldest Anglican Church
- Walk along the edge of the Independence Square, once the main British parade & cricket ground
- Pass by Royal Selangor Club (exterior view only), a Tudor-style building that was once the nexus of British social life in the late 19th century Lebuh Pasar
- Old General Post Office & Industrial Court
- Along the way to Medan Pasar, have a better view of the confluence of the Klang & Gombak rivers

Medan Pasar (Old Market Square)
- Originally the business and social centre of the early mining settlement
- View and learn about the old shophouses that line this historic area
- Clock Tower, built to commemorate the coronation of England’s King George the VI

Central Market
- Once the city’s largest fresh produce market, now converted to a cultural & shopping mall
- Ideal place to find souvenirs, including handicrafts, clothes, antiques and art

Sin Sze Si Ya Temple
- Built by the Chinese leader Yap Ah Loy in the 19th century

Sri Maha Mariamman Temple
- This Hindu temple built in the 19th century is dedicated to the Mother Goddess Mariamman

Chinatown
- Walk through part of China town and stop at a Chinese Tea House for a tea demonstration & sampling

Chan She Shu Yuen Clan House
- House of a clan association that has been looking after the needs of Chinese people with the surnames Chan, Chen and Tan for more than a century Chinese Assembly Hall (Exterior View Only)
- Formally the national headquarters of the Chinese Chamber of Commerce

Includes
Transfer via public transport (LRT / monorail), morning tea (roti canai & teh tarik), Chinese tea demonstration & sampling. Lunch is served at Spring Garden KLCC or Old China Café China Town.Drop off hotel after tour, freshen up.1800hrs, proceed for Kuala Lumpur Cultural Night Tour Highlights: This evening tour introduces you to the Malaysian way of life. A harmonious mingling of the different races, cultures and religions while you experience Kuala Lumpur at dusk. Among the highlights of the tour are visits to Sri Mahamariamman Temple, The Open Air Bazaar of Chinatown and a sumptuous Malay Buffet Dinner and Cultural Show.Drop off hotel after the dinner.Free at leisure for the rest of the evening. Overnight at Prince Hotel, Kuala Lumpur

Day 3 - Kuala Lumpur / Kuala Selangor / Kuala Lumpur [B/D]

Breakfast is served at hotel.Day at leisure on own arrangements, free to explore the city 1600hrs - 1630hrs, depart for Kuala Selangor Fireflies Tour Highlights: Bukit Malawati, the flat coastal plain along this stretch of coast is broken by Bukit Malawati, the hill overlooking the town. It’s a pleasant walk through landscaped parklands and forest to the top, with across the mangrove coastline. Bukit Malawati was an ideal site for monitoring shipping in the Straits of Melaka, first for the Sultants of Selangor, then for the Dutch and British. The hill was previously the site of two forts, one buit by Malays during the reign of Selangor’s second sultan (1778 – 1826). The Dutch destroyed it during their invasion in 1784, then rebuilt and named it for Fort Atlingsburg their governor-general. The fort was quickly recaptured by the sultan in 1785

A bird sanctuary park at the foot of Bukit Melawati is ideal for bird watchers. During the tour, you may have the opportunity to see Silvered Leaf Monkeys. After dark, take a boat ride upriver to see thousands of Folded Winged Fireflies flashing from the mangrove Berembang trees, lighting them like Christmas trees. Seafood dinner is served at local restaurant

Note: Return to hotel after tour, arrival at Kuala Lumpur should be approx. 2300hrs

Overnight at Prince Hotel, Kuala Lumpur

Day 4 - Kuala Lumpur / Batu Cave / Cameron Highlands [B/L]

Breakfast is served at hotelDepart for Cameron Highlands with sightseeing en-route at Batu Caves Highlights:-Batu Caves, the famous site of the annual Thaipusam festival (in January/February) where almost a million devotees congregate. The 272-steps climbs lead you to the top of a natural limestone cavern which houses a Hindu shrine Depart Cameron Highlands after tour with light lunch, eg Coffee & noodles stops is served at local restaurant in Bidor Continue overland journey to Cameron Highlands

Upon arrival to Cameron Highlands, you will visit one of the tea plantations to watch the processing of black tea and later to sample various kind of tea in the tea house. After tea plantation, we will do a visit of local vegetable market. We will also visit Cactus Garden and Butterfly Farm. Check in hotel after tour. Free at leisure for the rest of the day Overnight at the Lakehouse Resort, Cameron Highlands

Note : Please note Tea Factory in Cameron Highlands is closed every Monday

Day 5 - Cameron Highlands / Ipoh / Bukit Merah / Penang [B/L]

Breakfast is served at the resort Descend Cameron Highlands, proceed to Penang with en-route visit to Sam Poh Tong Temple, and stop will be made at Bukit Merah - the Orang Utan Island

Highlights: Orang Utan Island is the world's first and only 5-acre rehabilitation and preservation facility where Orang Utans roam free. The unique island serves as a breeding sanctuary as well as conservation, research and education center to better understand this endangered species. Venture from the main jetty at Marina Village and wait for the lake Cruiser to ferry you to the Orang Utan Island. At the island, you will be taken through a 100-meter steel walkthrough 'cage tunnel' to come up close and personal with these primates. In a twist, you will be enclosed in a 'cage' as you observe the Orang Utans roaming free in their natural habitats. After visit, we shall continue journey to Penang widely known as the Pearl of the Orient and is one of Asia's most famous islands. Its natural beauty and exotic heritage have been attracting curious visitors for centuries. Drop off at hotel and check in. Free at leisure for the rest of the dayOvernight at Bayview Beach Resort, Penang

Day 6 - Penang [B/L]

Breakfast is served at hotel.After breakfast, depart for Discover Penang by Trishaw Tour Highlights:- This morning enjoy a romantic trishaw ride and a leisurely stroll in the city of Georgetown. Discover how a number of multi-cultured people can live harmoniously together in this city. Among the highlights of the tour are Fort Cornwallis, Chew Jetty, Khoo Kong Si, Little India & Peranakan Mansion. Lunch is served at local restaurant. Doff hotel after lunch. Free at leisure for the rest of the day Overnight at Bayview Beach Resort, Penang.

Day 7 - Penang [B] - Departure

Breakfast serve at the hotel .Departure transfer to Penang Airport

    Exclusions

  • Airfares & airport taxes (both International & Domestic)
  • Beverages, tipping, porterages, camera / video fees
  • Items that are not mention in the itinerary
  • Compulsory festive meals
  • Surcharge applies for airport transfer required between 2200hrs – 0700hrs
  • Incidental charges such as room service, mini bar, telephone calls, laundry and etc


  • Prices valid for January 15/2013 – March 31/2014 only
  • Prices quoted based on twin sharing, single supplement applies for single room needed
  • Confirmation subject to availability upon booking
  • Standard hotel check-in time at 1400hrs & checkout time at 1200hrs
  • Each passenger is allowed only 1 single piece of baggage not more of 30kgs plus one hand carry bag not more than 56cm X 30cm X 18cm with maximum weight of 5kgs.
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