Experience Malaysia – 7N/8D


Day 1: Arrival at Kuala Lumpur

When you arrive in Kuala Lumpur, you will be met at the airport. Take the car to the hotel and get in. Upon arrival, check into the hotel and spend the remainder of the day as you please.
Hotel stay for the night.

Day 2: Half Day City Tour and KL tower

Pick up from the hotel following breakfast for a half-day city tour.
Discover the charming city of Kuala Lumpur, where you may pause to take pictures and make lifelong memories. KLCC PETRONAS twin tower, King's Palace, KL tower, and National Mosque are among the photo stops on the city tour. On this tour, you will also get the opportunity to see Cocoa Centre and the National Monument. Return to the hotel following the tour and spend the remainder of the day at your leisure. You can shop and tour nearby markets in the evening.
Hotel overnight stay.

Day 3: Day tour of Genting Highlands and Batu Caves

Pick up from the hotel for a full-day trip after breakfast.
The only casino resort in Malaysia is located 6,000 feet above sea level in the cold, clean mountain air. Stop at a cable car station and board the longest and quickest cable car in Southeast Asia to ascend to the mountaintop while the sky is above you and a tropical rainforest is below. You can test your luck at Blackjack, Keno, Roulette, and a variety of other casino games while being surrounded by one of the oldest tropical jungles in the world. A free concert for the general public, SkySymphony features a remarkable orchestra of audio, visual, and motion graphics programming.
Prepare to be enthralled by captivating tales that are dynamically transformed by 1,001 winch balls dangling from a four-story high ceiling. Each performance is complemented by an original music mix and dramatic images that are larger than life.
1600hrs: Pickup at the First World Hotel's Starbucks Café and transfer back to the KUL Hotel.Included in the tour are a 20-minute photo break at Batu Caves and a roundtrip on the Genting Skyway.

Day 4: Kuala Lumpur to Langkawi

After breakfast, depart from the hotel and go to the airport to catch your flight to Langkawi. When you get to Langkawi, head to the hotel. Following check-in, unwind in your room. The evening is free.
Hotel overnight stay.

Day 5: Langkawi Mangrove and Cave Exploration Tour

Prepare for the mangrove and cave investigation tour after breakfast. Behind Tanjung Rhu beach, on Langkawi's northeastern shore, is a sizable mangrove forest. A boat ride through the forest is a highly intriguing tour because it is situated among the island's cliff-like stone outcroppings. In addition to the breathtaking scenery, there is a plethora of wildlife to be seen. A typical journey begins at the Tanjung Rhu dock and travels through a number of mangrove-lined waterways, a cave, and eventually a wider bay where you can see numerous sizable yachts from all over the world anchored in the safe sanctuary.The bay is also home to some fish farms. These have developed into such popular tourist attractions that the specimens currently on display resemble pets rather than animals raised for use as food on local restaurant menus. The tour also includes a special "eagel feeding" demonstration in which raw chicken viscera is used to lure the island's famous brown eagles close to the boat. It's fairly amazing, therefore it's worth making sure that it's covered by your tour. You might also encounter large3 monitor lizards, spectacled monkeys, and bats in addition to eagles. The cave where the bats are situated is also a frequent stop on the trip.Our voyage came to an end with a journey back to Tanjung Rhu cove over the open ocean. More magnificent rock outcrops, local fishermen (our group even bought some fish and prawns right off one of the boats), and eagles may be seen along the journey.
approximately for three hours

Day 6: Langkawi to Penang

Prepare for the short ride to Penang after breakfast. At Lagkawi Airport, the driver will drop you off. Transfer from the airport to the hotel and check-in upon arrival in Penang. The evening is free.
Hotel overnight stay.

Day 7: Half Day Unesco George Town Heritage

A half-day tour of the Unesco George Town Heritage is scheduled after breakfast. The oldest city in Malaysia is George Town, which was named after King George III of Britain. The layout and architecture adhere to the original style and design; the Georgetown centre is characterised by colonial buildings that line winding roads.
To visit the stunning Golden Reclining Buddha statue, go to the Thai and Burmese temples. The State Museum tour after that will aid in understanding Penang's early history and the local cultures of different races.Drive by Fort Canning to see the historic building and cannons that are still in place. Pass the clock tower on your way to the shore, where you may stroll down the Clan Jetty on the wooden platform and see the Penang Bridge in the distance. Discover how churches, Chinese temples, Indian temples, and Muslim mosques are situated next to each other on Street of Harmony with a leisurely drive through Little India and China Town.
Hotel stay the night before

Day 8: Departure from Penang

After breakfast, check out of the hotel and be taken to the airport to catch your journey back home after an unforgettable trip.