Malaysian Tour Package (04Days/03Nights)
Arrival at the airport
City tour at Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur Tower, also known as KL Tower is a 15-story, 421-meter-tall telecommunication tower in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It is the world's 7th tallest tower, also, Malaysia and Southeast Asia's tallest tower. Its construction was completed on 1 March 1995. It features an antenna that increases its height to 421 metres (1,381 feet). The roof of the pod is at 335 metres (1,099 feet). The rest of the tower below has a stairwell and an elevator to reach the upper area, which also contains a revolving restaurant, providing diners with a panoramic view of the city.
Races are held annually, where participants race up the stairs to the top. The tower also acts as the Islamic falak observatory to observe the crescent moon which marks the beginning of Muslim month of Ramadhan, Syawal, and Zulhijjah, to celebrate fasting month of Ramadhan, Hari Raya Aidilfitri and Aidiladha. The tower is the highest viewpoint in Kuala Lumpur that is open to the public.
The Kundasang War Memorial (Malay: Tugu Peringatan Perang Kundasang) is a memorial located in Kundasang in the Malaysian state of Sabah, which is dedicated to the British and Australian soldiers who died in the Sandakan POW camp during their death marches to Ranau. Besides that, it also recognises the suffering and sacrifice of the native population of Sabah.
Independence Square (Malay: Dataran Merdeka) is a square located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It is situated in front of the Sultan Abdul Samad Building. It was formerly known as the Selangor Club Padang or simply the Padang (meaning "field" in Malay) and was used as the cricket green of the Selangor Club (now the Royal Selangor Club). It was here that the Union Flag was lowered and the Malaysian flag hoisted for the first time at midnight on 31 August 1957. Since then, the Independence Square has been the usual venue for the annual Independence Day Parade.
Sultan Abdul Samad Building
The Sultan Abdul Samad Building (Malay: Bangunan Sultan Abdul Samad) is a late-nineteenth century building located along Jalan Raja in front of the Dataran Merdeka (Independence Square) and the Royal Selangor Club in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The building originally housed the offices of the British colonial administration, and was known simply as Government Offices in its early years. In 1974 it was renamed after Sultan Abdul Samad, the reigning sultan of Selangor at the time when construction began.
The building houses both the offices of the Ministry of Communications and Multimedia and the Ministry of Tourism and Culture of Malaysia (Malay: Kementerian Komunikasi dan Multimedia, Kementerian Pelancongan dan Kebudayaan Malaysia). It once housed the superior courts of the country: the Federal Court of Malaysia, the Court of Appeals and the High Court of Malaya. The Federal Court and the Court of Appeals had shifted to the Palace of Justice in Putrajaya during the early 2000s, while the High Court of Malaya shifted to the Kuala Lumpur Courts Complex in 2007.
Stay Night in Kuala Lumpur
Enjoying all the day Sunway Lagoon
The first park to be introduced in the park and it features Waters of Africa with 13 attractions and Surf Beach with 9 attractions. The Waters of Africa has 2 water playground areas for young children, Kalahari Kids and Little Zimbabwe. Other water rides include Cameroon Climb, African Python, Congo Challenge, Vuvuzela and Waterplexx 5D. The Surf Beach has Flowrider, Surf Beach, Mushroom/Umbrella, Water Disco, Surf Deck, Harbour Deck, Islands, Promenade and Volcano.
The Scream Park designed strictly for ages above 7 years old, provides 4 interactive "scare" experience by using audio, visual effects and live actors. The 4 scare attractions are Pontianak Theater of Fear, Horrorwood Studios, Zombie Apocalypse and The Ghostbusters Adventure Live!.
The park is divided to 2 sides, Wild Wild West with 4 rides and World of Adventure with 9 rides/ attractions. The rides at Wild Wild West include Colorado Splash, Grand Canyon River Rapids, Vultures and Butch Cassidy Trail. The World of Adventure features Pirate’s Revenge, Tomahawk, Lost City of Gold Scream Coaster, Apache Pots, Wagon Wheel, Carousel, Captain Kid’s Candyland, Captain Kid’s Playland and Malaysia’s Longest Pedestrian Suspension Bridge.
The Extreme Park features activities including paintball, bungee trampoline, kayaking, paddle boat, swan ride, All-terrain vehicles (ATV), archery, flying fox, go-kart, g-force and bungee jump.
The Wildlife Park is an interactive and educational zoo with exotic, small and friendly animals from a range of birds, reptiles and mammals. The Wildlife Park is home to more than 140 species, with the pygmy marmoset and white lions among its latest additions. Each of the animal sanctuaries has a different name such as Pet Village, Jungle Trail, Aviary, Tropical Enclosure, Tree Top Terrace and Bird Savannah.
Nickelodeon Lost Lagoon
The first Nickelodeon-themed land in Asia, opens with 14 new rides that cater for all ages. Among the attractions are the SpongeBob Splash Adventure, Primeval, Jungle Fury and Monsoon 360. The park also features green slime at a set hour during the "Great Slime Deluge". Visitors can meet Nickelodeon characters: SpongeBob SquarePants, Patrick Star, Dora the Explorer and Boots, and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Stay Night in Kuala Lumpur
Genting Highland Tour with Cable car Ride
Genting Highlands is a hill station and mountaintop city located on the peak of Mount Ulu Kali in the Titiwangsa Mountains, central Peninsular Malaysia at 1,800 meters elevation. Located in the state of Pahang. It was established by the late Chinese businessman Lim Goh Tong in 1965. The primary tourist attraction is Resorts World Genting, a hill resort where casinos and theme parks are situated, and gambling is allowed.
Batu Caves is a limestone hill that has a series of caves and cave temples in Gombak, Selangor, Malaysia. It takes its name from the Malay word batu, meaning 'rock'. The hill was originally known as Kapal Tanggang from the legend of Si Tanggang. The town nearby is named after the Batu Caves limestone formation.
Batu Caves in short also referred as 10th Caves or Hill for Lord Murugan as there are six important holy shrines in India and four more in Malaysia. The three others in Malaysia are Kallumalai Temple in Ipoh, Tanneermalai Temple in Penang and Sannasimalai Temple in Malacca.
Batu Caves is also the centre of rock climbing development in Malaysia for the past 10 years. Batu Caves offers more than 160 climbing routes. The routes are scattered all around the side of Batu Caves, which is made up of limestone hills rising to 150 m. These climbing routes are easily accessed, as most crags start from ground level. These climbing routes often start from the North Eastern side of the cave complex whereas the staircase and temple entrance faces South. This Northeastern area is known as the Damai caves. Abseiling and spelunking trips can be organised with some local adventure companies.
Stay Night in there
Move back to airport