Day 1 Kuala Lumpur
Day 2 Kuala Lumpur
Activities for today: Your Kuala Lumpur city discovery today include visiting the King's Palace, the National Museum for learning about the history and culture of Malaysia, the National Monument, the superb buildings at the Independence Square, and the Moorish-style railway station. You will also stop at the magnificent Petronas Twin Towers for photo opportunity.
Lunch will be served at a local restaurant for you to have a taste of Bak Kut Teh (literally means "meat bone tea"). Be free to do some shopping on your own or relax at your hotel this afternoon.
the King's Palace: The Istana Negara (the King’s Palace) is the official residence of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, the head of state of Malaysia,located along Jalan Duta in northern Kuala Lumpur.Many royal banquets and celebrations are held in this palace. Thousands of visitors come for the palace guard shift ceremony.
the National Museum: The National Museum (Malay: Muzium Negara) is located on Jalan Damansara in Kuala Lumpur. It offers a rich look at Malaysian history and culture. The displays range from free-standing tableaux showing cultural events like weddings, festivals and costumes; to traditional weapons, musical instruments, arts and crafts, ceramics, and flora and fauna.
the National Monument: The National Monument is a sculpture that commemorates those who died in Malaysia's struggle for freedom, principally against the Japanese occupation during World War II and the Malayan Emergency, which lasted from 1948 until 1960. It is famous for the world's tallest bronze freestanding sculpture grouping.
the Independence Square: It was here the Union Flag was lowered and the Malayan flag hoisted for the first time on 31 August 1957. Since then, the square has been the usual venue for the annual Merdeka Parade. You will feel the track of Malaysian history while taking a slow walk.
Petronas Twin Towers: The Petronas Towers, also known as the Petronas Twin Towers, are twin skyscrapers in Kuala Lumpur. According to the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH)'s official definition and ranking, they were the tallest buildings in the world from 1998 to 2004 and remain the tallest twin towers in the world. The buildings are a landmark of Kuala Lumpur, along with nearby Kuala Lumpur Tower.
Day 3 Kuala Lumpur - Malacca
Activities for today: Early in the morning, drive to Malacca (about 2 hours), a place of unique cultural heritage, traditions, and lifestyles. The highlights of today's tour are the Dutch Administration Office, St Peter's Church, the ruins of St Paul's Church, Porta de Santiago, Cheng Hoon Teng Temple, and Jonker Street. After the tour, you will be escorted to your hotel for some rest.
Malacca: Malacca, dubbed "The Historic State", is a state in Malaysia and located in the southern region of the Malay Peninsula, next to the Straits of Malacca. It is famous for its wealth of homegrown galleries, crimson colonial buildings and showy trishaws.
Dutch Administration office: You will hug an ancient Malacca here. The office was built during Dutch Malacca (1641–1825), the longest period that Malacca was under foreign control.
St Peter’s Church: It was built in 1710 and it is the oldest functioning Roman Catholic Church in Malaysia.
St Paul’s Church: St. Paul's Church is a historic church building in Malacca, Malaysia that was originally built in 1521. It is located at the summit of St. Paul's Hill and is a part of the Malacca Museum Complex.
Porta De Santiago: The Porta De Santiago (A Famosa) is one of the few oldest surviving remnants of European architecture in the whole of Asia. It is one of the most popular sites that you can find when visiting Malacca. It is a major historical landmark and is probably the most photographed structure in Malacca.
Cheng Hoon Teng Temple: Cheng Hoon Teng Temple is Malaysia's oldest traditional Chinese temple, constructed in 1673, remaining a central place of worship for the Buddhist community in Melaka. Notable for its carved woodwork, the temple is dedicated to Kuan Yin, the goddess of mercy.
Jonker Street: The Jonker Street is the Chinatown street of Malacca. The road is filled with historical houses along its left and right sides dating back to 17th century. It also has shops selling antiques, textiles, foods, handicrafts and souvenirs.
Day 4 Malacca - Kuala Lumpur - Penang
Day 5 Penang
Activities for today: After breakfast, explore the wet and flea markets with a half-day tour. Experience this authentic Malaysian wet market with stalls selling fresh produce and spices. Wander through China Town and Little India before heading to the flea market.
This afternoon, visit Kek Lok Si Temple and its seven-story Pagoda of Rama VI boasting 10,000 alabaster and bronze Buddha statues. Take the funicular train to the top of Penang Hill and soak up the best panorama of George Town and the east coast of Penang Island.
Wet and Flea Market: You will be captivated to see the hive of activities, the produce, food, spices and vegetables on sale in the morning market. Hear the shouts of the locals as they drive a hard bargain.
Kek Lok Si Temple: Built since the year 1891, Kek Lok Si Temple situated in the island of Penang, Malaysia, is one of the largest and finest temples complexes in Southeast Asia.
Penang Hill: Penang Hill is a hill resort comprising a group of peaks in Penang, Malaysia. It was used as a retreat during the British colonial period, and is now a popular tourist destination of Penang. The top of Penang Hill, 821m above George Town, provides a spectacular view over the island and across to the mainland.
Note: If the wet and flea markets are not available during your visit, you will then visit Fishing Village, Malay Village, Snake Temple (excluding Snake Farm), Batu Ferringhi, local fruit stalls and Penang Bridge.
Day 6 Penang - Singapore
Day 7 Singapore
Activities for today: Today, your half-day city highlights tour include driving around the Civic District where Singapore's historical, architectural and cultural heritage originated, passing by the Padang, the Singapore Cricket Club, the historic Parliament House and the National Gallery Singapore. Stop at the Merlion Park and enjoy the impressive views of the Marina Bay. Afterward, visit Thian Hock Keng Temple, one of Singapore's oldest Buddhist-Taoist temples, before driving past China Town.
Proceed to Singapore's first UNESCO World Heritage Site—the Singapore Botanic Gardens and walk around the National Orchid Garden which boasts a sprawling display of 60,000 orchid plants. Finish your tour at Little India.
Note: The tour include non-refundable admission to the National Orchid Garden.
On car-free Sundays, the National Gallery and the Merlion Park will be replaced by Mount Faber.
Day 8 Singapore - Denpasar - Ubud
Day 9 Ubud - Sanur
Activities for today: Start the morning with a Barong & Keris Dance and learn the local culture through watching the performance. Today's highlight is to explore Besakih—mother temple of Bali situated high upon the slope of Mt. Agung, and then visit Goa Gajah (the Elephant Cave). In the afternoon, you will head southwards to Sanur for overnight. On the way, stop at Klungkung to see the ancient Kertha Gosha Court House.
the Besakih - mother Temple of Bali: is the biggest Hindu temple in Bali which the local people call Pura Besakih. It owns beautiful view from the top of temple area where we can see the wide nature panorama until to the ocean so that way this temple is many visited by tourists from all over the world.
Goa Lawah: a Bat Cave-a temple built in front of a cave inhabited by thousand of bats and snakes.
Kertha Gosha: Kerta Gosa is a beautiful heritage of traditional Balinese architecture building located in Klungkung Regency formerly used as the court to prosecute the kings in Bali.
Day 10 Sanur
Activities for today: Today, you will try rafting on Ayung River accompanied by your professional and experienced guide. Drive for 30 minutes to the starting point (near Ubud), then walk on the terraced paths to the river. After an introduction, you will try rafting for two hours until reaching Kedewatan where you will stop for a shower and a buffet lunch. After the tour, you will be escorted back to your hotel for some leisure time.
Day 11 Sanur
Day 12 Sanur
1. Admission fees of the scenic spots as listed in the itinerary.
2. Meals as specified in the itinerary. If you temporarily cancel a meal for personal reason during the tour, the cost is non-refundable. Our company reserves the flexibility to arrange a meal with equal value in your tour or make other arrangements.
No drinks include in the meal.
3. Transportation Flights or train as listed in the itinerary.
Airport tax and fuel fee included, economy class.
4. Sightseeing As outlined in the itinerary will be escorted with English-speaking guide;
*Please note that our English-speaking guide and driver provided for you in each city or area will not fly with you from one city to another.
* We reserves the right to vary the sequence of sightseeing and/or to re-route the order of cities if that will enable you to visit all listed excursions. In either case, the itinerary content will be maintained to the extent possible and there are no refunds for any unused or unavailable excursions.
5. Accommodation with daily breakfast in the program *Check-in & Check-out time: generally check in is after 2 pm and check out before 12 pm (noon). Early check and late checkout are subject to room availability and may generate additional full day room rate.
6. Private transfers between airports, hotels and scenic spots while sightseeing in each city or area by private air-conditioned vehicle with driver and English-speaking guide as listed in the itinerary.
* The transfer service on arrival and departure date is for the whole group at one time. If separate transfers are requested, extra charge will be needed.
7. Daily bottle of drinking water
8. Service charge the planning, handling, operational and communication charges & Government Taxes.
1. Flight/Accommodation/Sightseeing NOT specified in the itinerary.
2. Visa fee
3. Gratuities tips to guides, driver etc.
* We recommend USD 5-8 per traveler per day as tips for the guide and USD 3-6 per traveler per day as tips for the driver. However you might pay more or less depending on their services.
4. Travel Insurance Please kindly note that the full coverage travel insurance from your country of origin should be purchased in advance on your own.
5. Personal expenses such as room service, internet charge, laundry, drink, fax, telephone call, optional activities, etc.
6. Excess Baggage Charges
7. Optional tours