Malaysia - Truly Asia






Putrajaya Tour - Malaysia

Day 1

Kuala Lumpur: Arrive at the airport. Enroute will enjoy Putrajaya Tour After that Transfer to your hotel and check-in. Overnight at the hotel.








Petronas Twin Tower - Malaysia

Day 2

Kuala Lumpur: Breakfast.

Proceed on a half day tour of Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia.

The tour will take you to many of the highlights that this beautiful city has to offer including photo-stops at the famous Petronas Twin Towers, King’s Palace, National Museum, Sultan Abdul Samad Building Merdeka Square & National Monument.

The rest of the day will be free to explore on your own or do some shopping.

Overnight at the hotel


Genting - Malaysia

Day 3

Kuala Lumpur: Breakfast.

Proceed for Genting day tour where will enjoy two-way cable car also will do Enroute Batu caves tour.

After that Transfer back to hotel.

Overnight at the hotel.




Day 4

Kuala Lumpur: Breakfast.

Breakfast.
Check-out and transfer from hotel to airport for your onward journey.


Note: All the above prices are tentative and are subject to change as per the Change in Dollar Rate (ROE).
Al the Rooms are subject to availability.




Exclusion


  • 1. Travel Insurance.
  • 2. Any expenses of personal nature.
  • 3. Meals which are not mentioned in above inclusion.
  • 4. Anything and everything which is not mentioned in above inclusion.
  • 5. Tips & porterage charges.
  • 6. GST 5%.
  • things to do in Malaysia

    Things to do in Malaysia

    • Petronas Twin Towers
    • Melaka Historic City
    • Redang Island
    • Sky Bridge
    • Penang Hill
    Delicacies in Malaysia

    Delicacies in Malaysia

    • Mee goreng mamak.
    • Apam balik
    • Ayam percik
    • Roti john
    • Rendang







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      Sightseeing


    (Hotel is Strictly Subject to Availability at the Rates &
    STANDARD Room Category Quoted)

    Sr. No City Category Room type Hotels
    1 Kaula Lampur 3 Star Superior Silka May Tower OR Ancasa Express OR Similar*

    Note: Prices not valid during Block out Dates mentioned below AND Any Other NON Published Conferences/Special Events dates



    Night Transfer Surcharges : Supplement of USD 12 per person (Min 2 pax) per way for pick up between 2300 hrs to 0659 hrs.


    Child Policy : Child rates apply for Child U/11 yrs of age sharing room with parents.


    Rates are not applicable during periods : Formula One: 13-16 Sept, ITB Asia: 17-19 Oct, Christmas: 24-25Dec, New Year Eve: 31Dec-01Jan.


    Rates and Offers are subject to change without any prior notice and subject to availability. No refund on any unutilized service.


    Malaysia - Truly Asia

    Cityscapes to Breath-taking tea-plantations to traditional island life is MALAYSIA



    Malaysia top view

    The beautiful beaches, idyllic islands, National parks, Rainforests to fabulous food, all of this can be found in Malaysia if you are planning to spend a long lazy vacation.

    The catchy Tourism slogan, ‘Malaysia, Truly Asia’ itself says that the country really is potpourri of Asian cultures. The country is a mixture of Muslims, Malays, and religiously diverse Chinese, and Hindu and Muslim Indians.

    Kuala Lumper (KL), the capital of Malaysia is a place where gleaming 21st-century towers stand cheek-by-jowl with colonial shop houses and pockets of lush greenery, while shoppers shuttle from traditional wet markets to air-conditioned mega malls. Don’t miss out on sampling street food, shopping for bargains and soaking in the unique flavour of the city.

    Unesco- World Heritage-listed, Melaka and George Town in Penang have a unique distinctive architectural and cultural townscapes, developed over a half a millennium of Southeast Asian cultural and trade exchange.

    You can explore the fascinating introductions to contemporary and tribal life on Borneo in the eastern Malaysian states, both Kuching and Kota Kinabalu. The icing on Malaysia's verdant cake is the chance to encounter wildlife in its natural habitat. The most common sights will be a host of insects or colourful birdlife but if you are lucky, you can spot a foraging tapir, a silvered leaf monkey, or an orangutan swinging through the jungle canopy.

    The oceans are just as bountiful, you can dive among the shoals of tropical fish, and paint box dipped corals, turtles, sharks and dolphins.
    There are excellent opportunities for watching wildlife at places such as the KL Bird Park or Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre.
    If you ask the locals for their favourite hawker stalls, they’ll definitely mention the night time street extravaganza and you must prepare yourself to battle for a spot especially during weekends.

    When and How to visit?

    Being a tropical climate, temperature across Malaysia doesn’t fluctuate much.

    April to October months are the wettest months for destinations in the western peninsula. Rain visits the eastern Peninsula from November to February.
    December to January and June to August are the peak travel seasons to Malaysia.

    You can reach Malaysia by road from Singapore, Indonesia and Southern Thailand.
    Kuala Lumpur has a convenient Light Rail Transit (LRT) system. The state operated Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad operates an inter-city rail network. Most trains have a premier, superior and economy class. However, trains are known to be erratic with their schedule.