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Tour Malaysia in an easy and relaxing pace staying in the best available rooms Malaysia has to offer and enjoying the cuisine at the most exquisite restaurants.
Day 1 – Arrival in Kuala Lumpur – Your guide welcomes you at the arrival hall of Kuala Lumpur International Airport and transfers you to your hotel. In the afternoon, embark on city orientation of Kuala Lumpur before proceeding for cocktails and dinner at one of Kuala Lumpur’s premier restaurants. Overnight at hotel. (D)
Day 2 – Kuala Lumpur to Malacca return to Kuala Lumpur – Proceed for a full day tour of Malacca, 148km south of Kuala Lumpur and arguably, Malaysia’s most historical city dating back to the 14th century and home of the only Baba Nyonya (Straits Chinese) house museum. Lunch will be served in a heritage restaurant. Transfer back to Kuala Lumpur in the late afternoon and proceed for cocktails at a trendy rooftop bar in the central business district, followed by dinner at a contemporary Malay restaurant. Overnight at hotel. (B, L, D)
Day 3 – Kuala Lumpur to Cameron Highlands – Depart for Cameron Highlands, with a stop on the way at Batu Caves, the largest and most important Hindu temple in Malaysia. Reach Cameron Highlands in time for lunch. In the afternoon visit the Orang Asli (aborigine population) settlement. Dinner at the hotel. (B, D)
Day 4 – Cameron Highlands –Embark on a tour of the tea plantation, established by British settlers in the early 1940’s. Continue the tour with a visit to the local market to witness the produce of this mainly agricultural area. Lunch is served at the hotel. Day is at leisure to explore Cameron’s at your leisure. Dinner at a traditional English Tudor styled cottage. Overnight at the hotel. (B, L, D)
Day 5 – Cameron Highlands to Penang – Depart for Bukit Merah. Stop along the way at the Sam Poh Tong or Perak Tong Cave Temple, Buddhist temples carved into a limestone outcrops. Visit the royal town of Kuala Kangsar. Arrive at Bukit Merah, the only Orang Utan Research Facility in Peninsular Malaysia. A short boat ride will take you to the Orang Utan Island where Orang Utans roam free. Proceed for a short journey to Penang. The rest of the day is at leisure with the car at disposal. In the evening, proceed for cocktails and dinner at an exquisite restaurant set in a colonial mansion with stunning views of the sea. Overnight at hotel. (B/L/D) Please note that the visit to the Orang Utan Island is not guaranteed due to fluctuation of water level at the lake.
Day 6 – Penang – In a 1-hour drive, Malaysia’s oldest archaeological site, Bujang Valley, will be reached by car.
The Bujang Valley is a sprawling historical site located in the foothills of Gunung Jerai. Research indicates that an ancient Hindu-Buddhist kingdom ruled here as early as 300 AD. Lunch is served at a stunning colonial mansion in Penang, with Indian-British architecture influences. The day is at leisure to explore Penang / Georgetown.
Dinner is served at the coastal area of Batu Ferringhi, in a restaurant set in lush greenery. Overnight at the hotel. (B, L, D)
Day 7 – Penang – Start a half day tour of Penang Island. Stop at the Thai Temple of the Reclining Buddha and at the Burmese Temple and at the Esplanade to see Fort Cornwallis, the old fort built by Sir Francis Light, the founder of this British Settlement, and to admire the colonial architecture of the surrounding buildings. Proceed to see the Khoo Kongsi, a beautiful Chinese Clan House and the Kek Lok Si Temple where a big statue dedicated to the Goddess of Mercy dominates the scene. (B)
Proceed back to the hotel; the room is at disposal until 6.00pm. Transfer to airport.
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