Kuala Lumpur & Penang – 6N/7D


Day 1: Arrival at Kuala Lumpur

Arrive at the airport in Kuala Lumpur and head to the hotel. Following check-in, unwind in your room. The evening is free.
Hotel overnight stay.

Day 2: Full day Genting Highland Tour

Get ready for a long day of touring after breakfast.
The only casino resort in Malaysia is located 6,000 feet above sea level in the cold, clean mountain air. Stop at the cable car station and board the longest and fastest 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 performance for the general public, Sky Symphony features an unparalleled orchestra of audio, visual, and motion graphics programming.
Get ready to immerse in spellbinding stories told through a dynamic transformation of 1,001 winch balls suspended from a four-storey high ceiling. Each performance is accompanied by larger-than-life cinematic visuals and original music mix.
Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 3: Half day Kuala Lumpur city tour

Prepare for a day of local city touring after breakfast. You can take pictures at the King's Palace, the National Monument, Independence Square, and the KLCC Petronas Twin Tower while sightseeing in the area. The Lake Garden, KL Bird Park, National Mosque, and Old Railway Station are all stops on your city trip. You will also go to the chocolate factory.
Hotel overnight stay.

Day 4: Kuala Lumpur to Penang

After breakfast, Driver will drop you at Kuala Lumpur airport/Railway station. Pick up from Airport/ Railway station Penang, proceed towards Hotel.
Evening at Leisure and overnight stay at hotel.

Day 5: Half Day Unesco George Town Heritage

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.

Day 6: Day at Leisure

You have the rest of the day to yourself after breakfast, so you can go shopping at neighbourhood markets. You can also choose the extra tour listed below.
Snorkelling excursion from Penang—optional
Pulau Payar is only one of several islands and beaches in Malaysia that can be visited. Prepare for a thrilling ferry voyage as you travel across the emerald waters to the island, which will only take you approximately two hours to reach. This is the only Marine Park on the Western Coast of Peninsular Malaysia.
While snorkelling in the huge ocean, feel in awe of the beauty of the reefs and its inhabitants. Alternatively, get ready for your two open water dives to get up close and personal with the marine life. Watch the curious white tip reef sharks or even the enormous groupers swim about you!
As an alternative, you can always unwind on clean, white beaches and tan. A delicious buffet lunch will be provided on a floating platform after a morning of fun has whetted your appetite. Get down to the underwater observatory after lunch for a close-up look at life below the waters.

Day 7: Departure from Penang

After breakfast, check out from hotel and transfer to airport to board the flight for your home country after a memorable tour.