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Duration

4 Days - 3 Nights

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Group Size

100 people

Languages

English

About this activity

Embark on a 4-day exploration of Malaysia, where tradition and modernity converge seamlessly. From the cultural marvels of Batu Caves to the modern architecture of Putrajaya, this itinerary captures the essence of Malaysia’s diversity. Depart with memories of spiritual caves, picturesque countryside, and the contemporary charm that makes Malaysia an extraordinary destination in Southeast Asia.

Included/Excluded

  • 4D|3N @ 4* Oakwood Hotel & Residence Kuala Lumpur or similar
  • Breakfast meal
  • Travel Insurance
  • Airport transfer
  • Return Airfare with baggage
  • Tour expenses
  • Vat/taxes
  • Tips
  • Lunch & Dinner
  • PCR test
  • Personal Expenses

Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival at the Airport

Your Malaysian adventure commences with a warm welcome as you arrive at the airport. Feel the multicultural ambiance and the diverse energy that defines Malaysia. Transfer to your accommodation, where a blend of modernity and cultural richness awaits.

 

Day 2: Batu Caves and Countryside Tour

Embark on a cultural journey to Batu Caves, a renowned Hindu pilgrimage site adorned with colorful statues and a towering limestone cave. Experience the spiritual atmosphere as you climb the steep steps and admire the intricate cave temples. Later, explore the countryside, immersing yourself in the scenic landscapes and local life.

 

Day 3: Putrajaya Tour

Discover the modernity and architectural wonders of Putrajaya, Malaysia's administrative capital. Visit the Putra Mosque, explore the stunning Putrajaya Lake, and marvel at the futuristic designs of government buildings. Putrajaya offers a harmonious blend of modern infrastructure and natural beauty.

 

Day 4: Departure at the Airport

Bid farewell to the diverse landscapes and cultural tapestry of Malaysia as you head to the airport for departure. Reflect on the harmonious coexistence of tradition and progress, lush greenery, and cutting-edge architecture that defines Malaysia's allure. Depart with a wealth of memories encapsulating the rich diversity and warm hospitality of this Southeast Asian gem.

 

Durations

Multi day

Language

English

Frequently asked questions

    • Key attractions include the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur, UNESCO-listed George Town, Langkawi's beaches, Borneo's rainforests and wildlife, and the historical city of Melaka.
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    • Malaysia has a tropical climate, so the best time to visit is during the dry season, typically from November to March. However, different regions may experience varied weather patterns.
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Malaysia

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