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‘South-East Asia is such a divers destination. Whether you want a beach, active or family holiday! All travelers can find a holiday type that suits their travel needs’ – Sandro

The Pinnacles Rock Formation, Gunung Mulu National Park, Malaysia

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Malaysia truly represents beautiful Asia!

The South China Sea divides Malaysia in two different experiences. On the one hand you have Peninsula with of course the capital city of Kuala Lumpur. On the other hand you have the rugged untangled jungle of Borneo where the awesome ‘wild’ Orang Utan can still be discovered in its own habitat.

Visiting KL (as it is often referred to by cosmopolites) means visiting the (bridge of the) mighty Petronas Towers a fitting symbol to the cities developments. In the same area are The Golden Triangle and the KLCC (Kuala Lumpur City Center) for some fine dining and the best malls in town. However this modern government city also offers travelers some green landscapes in the beautiful Lake Gardens, which houses the Islamic Museum and a colorful bird/orchid park. At just 1,5 hours drive of KL another great Peninsular city awaits travelers with the historic city Malacca (Melaca). The Sultan Palace and the nostalgic buildings banking the Malacca River are just minor examples or the heritage scale of this city. In experience it is the opposite of KL.

After exploring vibrant cities it is time to enjoy the green landscapes the Peninsula has to offer and visit the incredible green and endless stretches of tea plantations in the Cameron Highlands followed by some nice leisure days at the beach in Penang. A holiday to Malaysia can easily be completed with a jungle experience by a short flight across the South China Sea. In the states Sabah and Sarawak in Malaysian Borneo you will be amazed by the wild life this part of Malaysia still has to offer. Luckily all animals can be seen in their own habitats.

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Day 1 :   Arrival Kuala Lumpur Airport – Kuala Lumpur

Arrive in Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Transfer to your hotel in the city centre. The rest of the day is free at leisure. Overnight in Kuala Lumpur.

Kuala Lumpur is a vibrant metropolis, striking for its remarkable cultural diversity. Ethnic Malays, Chinese prospectors, Indian migrants and British colonials all helped carve the city out of the virgin jungle, and each group has left its indelible mark on the capital. Around the iconic Twin Towers you can spend hours in one of the numerous air-conditioned shopping malls of the Golden Triangle, or visit the colourful Chinatown, the hawker stalls at Jalan Alor, and discover the Indian culture near Brickfields or Masjid Jamek.

Day 2 :   Kuala Lumpur

Breakfast at hotel. After Breakfast meet our representative at the lobby, for your tour of Kuala Lumpur countryside.

You will visit the Thean Hou Chinese Temple, Batu Caves and the Pewter Factory.

Thean Hou Chinese Temple, is one of the largest Chinese temples in South-East Asia and is located on top of Robson Hill.  This temple belongs to the Malaysian Chinese community in Malaysia and public donations made it possible to open the temple in 1989.

This is a spectacular place and a first class example of the beauty of Chinese architecture. Before you enter the temple grounds you have the fountain of Kuan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy and statues of gods and lions. The main shrine with Thean Hou Goddess, the Goddess  of the Sea/Ocean, you find on the third floor of this four levels temple.  Even if this is a place for worship there are more than 100 cultural activities annually with the Chinese 15v days New Year celebration, when the temple is decorated with thousands of red lanterns, as the main event.

Thean Hou Temple is a perfect place to just sit down and relax and watch the majestic Kuala Lumpur skyline behind the spectacular pagoda roofs of the temple. The temple is very popular among newly married couples to take their wedding photos. On the second level you can find the marriage registration office, a service that more than 5000 couples are using annually.

Batu Caves is a an iconic and popular tourist attraction in Selangor. Site of a Hindu temple and shrine, Batu Caves attracts thousands of worshippers and tourists, especially during the annual Hindu festival, Thaipusam. A limestone outcrop located just north of Kuala Lumpur, Batu Caves has three main caves featuring temples and Hindu shrines.  Its main attraction is the large statue of the Hindu God at the entrance, besides a steep 272 climb up its steps to finally view the stunning skyline of the city centre.

The Pewter Factory: The discovery of tin in Malaya had lured Yong Koon and thousands of other Chinese to the fledgling tin-mining town, where he joined his brothers who had established themselves as tinsmiths. Yong Koon enjoyed brisk business making simple household items of tin, operating from his shop at No. 23 Cross Street. He later made pewter incense burners, joss stick holders and candle stands for the altars of Chinese temples. Employing a few other craftsmen, he was among the first pewter smiths in Kuala Lumpur.

Just as silver products are hallmarked, Yong Koon stamped each of his products with the mark “Yu He Zu Xi”, where “Yu He” or Jade Peace was the name of the shop, and “Zu Xi” or pure tin reflected the high quality of the material used.

In the 1930s, when demand for traditional ceremonial pewter ware was on a decline, Yong Koon and his sons started making European-style products for the British and other expatriates. This was an important turning point for the business.

Day 3 :   Kuala Lumpur

Breakfast at staying hotel.

A great way to spend the day is with a day-trip to the historic town of Melaka is located 2.5 hours south of Kuala Lumpur. Melaka is strategically located along the Straits of Malacca. Due to its ideal location, Melaka was home to the British, Portuguese, and the Dutch, all of contributed and influenced the unique culture of the Baba Nyonyas.

The town is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site and on this trip, you will visit many of the historical landmarks such as Porta de Santiago (a fortress built by the Portuguese in 1511; is also known as A’Famosa), the ruins of St. Paul’s Church (built in 1521 and were St. Francis Xavier was once buried).

You will also visit the famous Red Square, with the Stadhyus (where you will find the reddish-pink building that the Dutch once used as their administrative centre) and Christ Church.

Visit Harmony Street where you will find, within a stone’s throw of each other, the Cheng Hoon Teng Buddhist-Taoist temple, the Kampung Keling Mosque and the Sri Poyatha Moorthi Hindu temple. A fitting representation of Malaysia’s 3 main cultures co-existing with one another.

A trip to Melaka is not complete without a stroll along Jonker Street with its brightly coloured shops and vendors on both side of the road peddling their wares, ranging from cheap souvenirs to hand-crafted Baba Nyonya shoes.

Lunch is included in this trip. Return back to Kuala Lumpur at the end of the day and overnight in Kuala Lumpur.

Day 4 :   Kuala Lumpur – Cameron Highlands

Today, you continue on to Cameron Highlands, located at 1,542 metres above sea level, famed for its tea plantations, strawberry farms and cool temperatures. The drive is approximately 3.5 hours on well-paved highway and country roads. As you head higher into the highlands, the road will become more winding and you will get wonderful views of the rainforests as you climb higher and higher.

Upon arrival, check in and the rest of the day is free at your leisure to enjoy the cool temperate of Cameron Highlands or it back in a local café and enjoy some tea and scones. Overnight Cameron Highlands.

 

Day 5 :   Cameron Highlands

Breakfast at hotel. This morning, you will depart on an exploratory tour of Cameron Highlands. In the colonial days, Cameron Highlands was a highland retreat for the British.

Your tour begins with a visit to Mount Brinchang, the highest peak (6,666ft.) in Cameron Highlands. Take a walk through the mossy rainforest before cruising down the hill to view the most scenic tea plantation, the Sungai Palas Boh estate, which is regarded as the largest and best known tea station in the region. You will cruise through the ‘green carpets’ of Boh plantations – the pioneer of tea growers in Malaysia. Take a tea break after the brief guided tour of the Boh tea factory. After the refreshing tea break, visit the butterfly farm (entrance fees NOT included). Back to the hotel.

*Tour is inclusive of packed lunch

** Note: Tea factory closed every Monday & Public Holidays. If it is closed, guests will be brought to a Cameron Highlands strawberry farm instead.

 

Day 6 :   Cameron Highlands – Penang

Your journey today takes you onwards to the island of Penang: The Pearl of the Orient. The Journey to Penang Georgetown is approx. 3.5 hrs (Km 260).

Overnight in Penang.

 

Day 7 :   Penang

Breakfast at staying hotel before heading out to explore Penang in a half-day tour which will show you the different facets of Penang: City, Culture, and Heritage.

Visit the 4th longest Reclining Buddha in the world, next is the Botanical Gardens which offers lush green surroundings with a wide variety of tropical plants and bird life. Visit the Kek Lok Si Temple built in 1904, the most beautiful and largest Buddha Temple Complex in South East Asia and is known as the Temple of 1000 Buddha’s and Fort Cornwallis where Captain Francis Light first landed. Continue the tour to the heritage town on Penang, Georgetown. Return to the hotel and the rest of the day is at leisure. Overnight in Penang.

 

Day 8 :   Penang – Kuching

Early Breakfast at staying hotel. Check-out and transfer to Penang Airport for flight to Kuching Airport. The flight is approximately 2 and 10minutes hours.

Arrive at Kuching Airport. Meet driver and transfer to hotel. Upon arrival hotel, check-in and rest of the day is at leisure. Overnight in Kuching.

 

Day 9 :   Kuching (Visit to Bako National Park)

Breakfast and transfer to Bako Fishing village, for your boat to Bako National Park.  Proceed by motorized boat for about 30 minutes, cruising along the coast facing the South China Sea, to reach Bako National Park.  Arrive at Bako N.P. and visit the information and exhibition centre for orientation of the park.

With the nature guide, take a stroll along the headquarters compound to see monitor lizards and macaques and familiarize yourself with the environment and continue your adventure onwards by trekking through mangrove forest to observe the mud-skippers and blue-fiddler crabs; on the Paku trail, look out for the Proboscis Monkey; climb to the plateau which is home to various botanical delights and several species of the carnivorous pitcher plants; notice the changes in the vegetation (mangrove,  rainforest,  kerangan and  padang forest). All this before finally returning to the jetty, for your boat back to Kuching.  Overnight in Kuching.

 

Day 10 :                Kuching – Batang Ai (Iban Longhouse)

At 08:00hrs, pick-up from Hotel then depart for Semonggoh Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is located about 22km from Kuching.  It is the only one of its kind in Sarawak.  Set up in 1975, this 740 hectare of virgin forest is home to orang utans, honey bears, hornbills, porcupines, storks, eagles, barking deer and monkeys.  Most of these animals were rescued from captivity and are being rehabilitated here in their natural surroundings.  To get to the center involves a 30 – minutes drive by car from the city and a 1.6km walk (20 minutes) which snakes through lush tropical rainforest.   This tour provides an opportunity of a lifetime to observe how the orang utans are being rehabilitated and trained to fend for themselves before being released into the wild.  Visitors are allowed to study and observe the orang utans at a distance then continue the journey to the Batang Ai Jetty for Ulu Batang Ai River Longhouse 02 days / 01 night package.  There will be three stopovers along the route: – I) Serian, a predominantly Dayak trading town,   II) Chinese farm house to see how pepper and cocoa are grown and (III) at Lachau for lunch.  The journey passes through scenic countryside of rice fields, rubber, cocoa, pepper and oil palm plantations, which intermingle with luxuriant tropical rainforest, rivers and mountain ranges.  Upon arrival at the river jetty, proceed by motorized longboat for about 45 minutes, crossing the Batang Ai Lake, passing through scenic views, rice fields, fish farms to reach Mengiling Longhouse.  Proceed to the longhouse for a warm welcomes tour the longhouse, watch the natives at work such as making mats, baskets, handicrafts and mending fish nets.   Join the natives in their daily chores, like feeding their livestock, washing clothes and enjoy a swim in the floating swimming pool.   After dinner, socialize with the longhouse dwellers, witness cultural performances and presentation of gifts before retiring for the night at the guesthouse.

 

Day 11 :                Batang Ai (Iban Longhouse) – Kuching (Damai)

After breakfast, blowpipe demonstration before departing from the longhouse by longboat for about 30  minutes across the Lake.  Detour to a stream, poling, taking part to push the longboat against the current along the clear water stream.  Somewhere along the stream, we will make a stop to continue the journey through forest trail to reach a scenic spot by the stream.  Relax, take a nice swim and enjoy a sumptuous native style lunch.  Return via the same route to the stream, then by longboat to the Jetty and by van to Kuching and transfer to, overnight.

 

Day 12 :                Kuching (Damai)

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Day 13 :                Kuching (Damai) Depart

Breakfast at your Damai Resort.

Our driver will meet you at the Resort for your transfer to Kuching Airport where you will catch the flight to Kuala Lumpur and then your onwards flight home.

 

The tour ends here. It was a pleasure creating a program for you and we thank you for this opportunity to serve you.

Day 1 :    Arrive Kuala Lumpur Airport – Kuala Lumpur

Arrive in Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Transfer to your hotel in the city centre.  In the afternoon meet your guide for an orientation tour of the city and a visit to the famous Twin Towers. Overnight in Kuala Lumpur. Kuala Lumpur is a vibrant metropolis, striking for its remarkable cultural diversity. Ethnic Malays, Chinese prospectors, Indian migrants and British colonials all helped carve the city out of the virgin jungle, and each group has left its indelible mark on the capital. Around the iconic Twin Towers you can spend hours in one of the numerous air-conditioned shopping malls of the Golden Triangle, or visit the colourful Chinatown, the hawker stalls at Jalan Alor, and discover the Indian culture near Brickfields or Masjid Jamek.

Day 2 : Kuala Lumpur – Taman Negara

Breakfast and check-out from your Kuala Lumpur hotel. Meet our driver at your hotel lobby for early departure to Kuala Tembeling Jetty where you will catch your boat to Taman Negara.
Upon arrival at the jetty, proceed to register at the National Park and Wildlife Department and board a motorized wooden longboat for a 3 hour boat ride to the town of Kuala Tahan, the main entrance point to Taman Negara National Park. Check in at Mutiara Taman Negara.
At 20:30hrs, meet your guide at the meeting point (as briefed point during your orientation introduction). Your first adventure will be a night jungle walk in the 130 million year old tropical rainforest. You will be on a look-out for nocturnal wildlife and insects amidst the chorus of the rainforest. Do note, however, that sighting wildlife in the tropical forest is not guaranteed. Overnight in Taman Negara.

Day 3 : Taman Negara

Breakfast at your Taman Negara resort. In the morning, meet your guide and trek to the base of Teresek Hill and then start with a jungle walk up to the peak. This walk takes us further into the national park. The guide will highlight to you the rich flora found en-route. At the top of Teresek Hill, a panoramic view of the tropical rainforest awaits. On a clear day, you can see Mount Tahan, the highest mountain in Peninsular Malaysia.
Before returning, we will go on a canopy walkway, built 40 meters above the ground and 450 meters in length. You will experience the rainforest from a different perspective, as you will be closer to the top of the trees!
At the end, take the boat back and rest until your afternoon activity begins.
This afternoon, trek to the near clear river for a deep in the delightful pool for swimming, resting or reading on the rocky area overlooking the river. Return to Resort.
Overnight in Taman Negara.

Day 4 : Taman Negara – Penang

Breakfast at hotel. Check out and take the boat for Kuala Tembeling. This journey will take about 2 to 3 hours, depending on water level of the river.
Upon arrival at the Kuala Tembeling jetty, you will meet our driver and you will start your journey to Penang . The drive is approximately 6 hours on well-paved country roads.

Day 5 : Penang

Breakfast at staying hotel before heading out to a leisure ride on the enchanting beca (Trishaw in Malay) and immerse yourself in the nostalgia of Penang. Also called Jinricksha, the trishaw it has become a favourite for tourist as well as locals who love to take a ride around Penang’s charming tourist spots.
The Trishaw ride is approximately 2 hours. The ride will take you around Fort Cornwallis, Tanjung City Marina, Clan Jetties, Khoo Kongsi, Penang State Museum and Cheong Fatt Tze. No entrance fees are included. Stop to place of interest is not allowed.

Day 6 : Penang  – Cameron Highlands

Breakfast at staying hotel. Check-out and depart by overland transfer to Cameron Highlands.
Start your journey to Cameron Highlands, located at 1,542 metres above sea level, famed for its tea plantations, strawberry farms and cool temperatures. The drive is approximately 3.5 hours on well-paved highway and country roads. As you head higher into the highlands, the road will become more winding and you will get wonderful views of the rainforests as you climb higher and higher.
Upon arrival, check in and the rest of the day is free at your leisure to enjoy the cool temperate of Cameron Highlands or it back in a local café and enjoy some tea and scones. Overnight Cameron Highlands.

Day 7 : Cameron Highlands

The Cameron Highlands is an extensive hill station with an altitude of 1300 to 1800 meters. The cool air has offered a welcome respite from the tropical heat since the colonial days. While enjoying the fresh temperature and the beauty of the green hills you can visit the tea plantations, butterfly farms, and other local agriculture, trek down one of the jungle trails, or discover the evocative left overs of the British colonial past.

Day 8 : Cameron Highlands – Kuala Lumpur

After an early breakfast, make your own way to Tanah Rata Bus Terminal, for your express bus back to Kuala Lumpur. The journey is approximately 3 to 4 hours.
In Kuala Lumpur, make your own way to your hotel. The rest of the day is free at leisure. Overnight in Kuala Lumpur.

Day 9 : Kuala Lumpur – Tioman

Breakfast at staying hotel. Meet our driver at the lobby for your transfer to Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport -Subang, for your direct flight to Tioman Island.
The journey to Tioman Island is approximately 45min/1hour.
Land to Tioman Airport; collect your luggage and gather to Tetek Jetty for your water taxi to staying resort.
Tioman Island is a duty-free volcanic island that is endowed with beautiful beaches, impenetrable rainforest, and surrounded by the waves of the South China Sea. It is the largest of the east coast islands, offering a wide range of activities, especially diving and snorkelling. You can also explore the rugged jungle trails, or just unwind at the beautiful beach. Please note that there are no ATMs on this island, check if your accommodation accepts credit cards.

Day 10 – 11 : Tioman

Pulau Tioman abounds in natural beauty. Enjoy the scenic lush tropical jungle, cool waterfalls, golden sandy beaches and crystal clear water full of colourful corals and diverse sea creatures. The permanent population on Tioman is small, with few small kampung dotted around the coast. The villagers have retained a wonderfully untainted vibe, even after all the years of being descended on by hundreds of thousands of tourists. The mountainous jungle of the interior is home to a spectacular array of flora and fauna. The underwater world around the island remain largely intact, offering one of the best easily accessible diving and snorkelling in Malaysia.

Day 12 : Tioman – Kuala Lumpur Depart

Breakfast at hotel. Free at leisure until time to catch your water taxi to Tioman Airport.  The flight to Kuala Lumpur Subang Airport is approx. 1 hour.
Disembark the plane and after collecting your belongings and cleared immigration, meet your driver at the arrival hall for your transfer to KLIA (Kuala Lumpur International Airport) for your flight towards home.

The tour ends here. It was a pleasure creating a program for you and we thank you for this opportunity to serve you.

Day 1 : Arrival Kuala Lumpur Airport – Kuala Lumpur

Arrive in Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Transfer to your hotel in the city centre. The rest of the day is free at leisure. Overnight in Kuala Lumpur.
Kuala Lumpur is a vibrant metropolis, striking for its remarkable cultural diversity. Ethnic Malays, Chinese prospectors, Indian migrants and British colonials all helped carve the city out of the virgin jungle, and each group has left its indelible mark on the capital. Around the iconic Twin Towers you can spend hours in one of the numerous air-conditioned shopping malls of the Golden Triangle, or visit the colourful Chinatown, the hawker stalls at Jalan Alor, and discover the Indian culture near Brickfields or Masjid Jamek.

Day 2 : Kuala Lumpur

Breakfast at hotel. After Breakfast meet our representative at the lobby, for your tour of Kuala Lumpur countryside. You will visit the Thean Hou Chinese Temple, Batu Caves and the Pewter Factory.
Thean Hou Chinese Temple, is one of the largest Chinese temples in South-East Asia and is located on top of Robson Hill.  This temple belongs to the Malaysian Chinese community in Malaysia and public donations made it possible to open the temple in 1989.
This is a spectacular place and a first class example of the beauty of Chinese architecture. Before you enter the temple grounds you have the fountain of Kuan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy and statues of gods and lions. The main shrine with Thean Hou Goddess, the Goddess  of the Sea/Ocean, you find on the third floor of this four levels temple.  Even if this is a place for worship there are more than 100 cultural activities annually with the Chinese 15v days New Year celebration, when the temple is decorated with thousands of red lanterns, as the main event.
Thean Hou Temple is a perfect place to just sit down and relax and watch the majestic Kuala Lumpur skyline behind the spectacular pagoda roofs of the temple. The temple is very popular among newly married couples to take their wedding photos. On the second level you can find the marriage registration office, a service that more than 5000 couples are using annually.
Batu Caves is a an iconic and popular tourist attraction in Selangor. Site of a Hindu temple and shrine, Batu Caves attracts thousands of worshippers and tourists, especially during the annual Hindu festival, Thaipusam. A limestone outcrop located just north of Kuala Lumpur, Batu Caves has three main caves featuring temples and Hindu shrines.  Its main attraction is the large statue of the Hindu God at the entrance, besides a steep 272 climb up its steps to finally view the stunning skyline of the city centre.
The Pewter Factory: The discovery of tin in Malaya had lured Yong Koon and thousands of other Chinese to the fledgling tin-mining town, where he joined his brothers who had established themselves as tinsmiths. Yong Koon enjoyed brisk business making simple household items of tin, operating from his shop at No. 23 Cross Street. He later made pewter incense burners, joss stick holders and candle stands for the altars of Chinese temples. Employing a few other craftsmen, he was among the first pewter smiths in Kuala Lumpur.
Just as silver products are hallmarked, Yong Koon stamped each of his products with the mark “Yu He Zu Xi”, where “Yu He” or Jade Peace was the name of the shop, and “Zu Xi” or pure tin reflected the high quality of the material used.
In the 1930s, when demand for traditional ceremonial pewter ware was on a decline, Yong Koon and his sons started making European-style products for the British and other expatriates. This was an important turning point for the business.

Day 3 : Kuala Lumpur

Breakfast at staying hotel. A great way to spend the day is with a day-trip to the historic town of Melaka is located 2.5 hours south of Kuala Lumpur. Melaka is strategically located along the Straits of Malacca. Due to its ideal location, Melaka was home to the British, Portuguese, and the Dutch, all of contributed and influenced the unique culture of the Baba Nyonyas.
The town is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site and on this trip, you will visit many of the historical landmarks such as Porta de Santiago (a fortress built by the Portuguese in 1511; is also known as A’Famosa), the ruins of St. Paul’s Church (built in 1521 and were St. Francis Xavier was once buried). You will also visit the famous Red Square, with the Stadhyus (where you will find the reddish-pink building that the Dutch once used as their administrative centre) and Christ Church.
Visit Harmony Street where you will find, within a stone’s throw of each other, the Cheng Hoon Teng Buddhist-Taoist temple, the Kampung Keling Mosque and the Sri Poyatha Moorthi Hindu temple. A fitting representation of Malaysia’s 3 main cultures co-existing with one another.
A trip to Melaka is not complete without a stroll along Jonker Street with its brightly coloured shops and vendors on both side of the road peddling their wares, ranging from cheap souvenirs to hand-crafted Baba Nyonya shoes. Lunch is included in this trip. Return back to Kuala Lumpur at the end of the day and overnight in Kuala Lumpur.

Day 4 : Kuala Lumpur – Cameron Highlands

Today, you continue on to Cameron Highlands, located at 1,542 metres above sea level, famed for its tea plantations, strawberry farms and cool temperatures. The drive is approximately 3.5 hours on well-paved highway and country roads. As you head higher into the highlands, the road will become more winding and you will get wonderful views of the rainforests as you climb higher and higher.
Upon arrival, check in and the rest of the day is free at your leisure to enjoy the cool temperate of Cameron Highlands or it back in a local café and enjoy some tea and scones. Overnight Cameron Highlands.

Day 5 : Cameron Highlands

Breakfast at hotel. This morning, you will depart on an exploratory tour of Cameron Highlands. In the colonial days, Cameron Highlands was a highland retreat for the British.
Your tour begins with a visit to Mount Brinchang, the highest peak (6,666ft.) in Cameron Highlands. Take a walk through the mossy rainforest before cruising down the hill to view the most scenic tea plantation, the Sungai Palas Boh estate, which is regarded as the largest and best known tea station in the region. You will cruise through the ‘green carpets’ of Boh plantations – the pioneer of tea growers in Malaysia. Take a tea break after the brief guided tour of the Boh tea factory. After the refreshing tea break, visit the butterfly farm (entrance fees NOT included). Back to the hotel.
*Tour is inclusive of packed lunch
** Note: Tea factory closed every Monday & Public Holidays. If it is closed, guests will be brought to a Cameron Highlands strawberry farm instead.

Day 6 : Cameron Highlands – Belum Rainforest

Breakfast at your hotel in Cameron Highlands. Your driver will meet you at your Cameron Highlands hotel for your transfer to the Royal Belum Rainforest. The drive is approximately 4 to 5 hours.
After reaching Belum Rainforest, check-in and the rest of the day is free at your leisure. Overnight in Belum Rainforest Resort.
The Belum Rainforest Resort is an ecotourism holiday destination, set in the midst of the tropical rainforest at Pulau Banding. The resort offers both complete relaxation in a stunning environment, and the adventure to get close to nature. Pulau Banding is a man-made island located within the majestic Temenggor Lake. Sitting amidst the 130 million-year old Belum-Temengor Rainforest, this tropical paradise is home to a vast number of species of animals and plants, many of which cannot be found anywhere else in the world. You can look forward to indulging in nature based activities such as fishing, bird watching, and visiting orang asli settlements.

Day 7 : Belum Rainforest

Belum Valley is an area filled with exotic fauna and flora, a rich national heritage. This last frontier of Peninsular Malaysia and it beckons the adventurous to its everlasting charm.
This morning, depart on a boat cruise for a tour of the Belum Valley.
Trek in the jungle and, if you’re lucky, spot a Rafflesia in full bloom in the wilderness. The Rafflesia is the world’s largest flower that can grow to a diametre of 1-metre!
Make a stop at a salt lick where you can hopefully spot one of Belum’s natives. Asiatic elephants, Malayan tigers and white-haired gibbons all call the rainforest home and many of them will stop by a salt lick for a ‘nutrition boost’.
Visit a waterfall and relax with a packed lunch and then have fun swimming in its cool refreshing waters deep in the 130 million year old jungle. Rest, relax and enjoy the ever-soothing influence of nature. It is indeed a place that will bring you an everlasting memory of nature’s greatness and its tropical blessing.
* Royal Belum Rainforest is extremely pristine and highly protected are by both State government as well as by the national military due to its proximity to the Thai border. Due to this, the rainforest may be closed to visitors by either the government or the military without advance notice. In these cases, guests will visit the Temenggor Rainforest Reserve. The program shall remain the same (Orang Asli, Rafflesia, salt lick, waterfall), however the exact locations in the jungle will be within the Temenggor Rainforest instead of the Belum Rainforest.
** Application for the Belum Rainforest entry permit requires a submission of passports photocopy at least 14 days in advance.
*** Wear comfortable clothing and proper trekking shoes.
**** Bring along a hat and sunblock, swimwear, a change of clothes, a towel, some water and other jungle necessities such as insect repellent.

Day 8 : Belum Rainforest – Penang (Enroute Visit to Bukit Merah Orang Utan Island)

Today, your journey takes you to the Pearl of the Orient: Penang.
After a relaxing breakfast, meet our driver will be at the resort’s lobby for you transfer to Penang. This drive is approximately 3.5hours in duration and you will cross over to Penang using the 13.5 km long bridge.
En-route to Penang you will visit Bukit Merah – Orang Utan Island. The island is a 35-acre in total, with 5 acres set aside for research on these endangered “Man of the Jungle”. On this island, it is the people who are walking in “caged” viewing areas while the Orang Utan are allowed to roam freely about the island.
This Orang Utan Island is the only one of its kind in Peninsula Malaysia and it has met with much success in its goal in organizing programs and support for Orang Utan breeding, nurturing, relocation and rehabilitation.
Arrive hotel and check in. Overnight in Penang.
Penang is an island near the Straits of Melaka which has developed over 500 years of trading and cultural exchanges between East and West. The historic capital of George Town represents the British era from the end of the 18th century. Wander through the heritage backstreets to discover the street art, temples, mosques, and above all the delicious Indian and Chinese food where Penang is known for. Out of the town you will find the impressive Kok Lok Si Temple, and the jungle forest at the smallest National Park in Malaysia. The beautiful beach locations give you an opportunity either to relax and unwind, or to enjoy all kinds of water sports.

Day 9 : Penang

Breakfast at staying hotel before heading out to explore Penang in a half-day tour which will show you the different facets of Penang: City, Culture, and Heritage.
Visit the 4th longest Reclining Buddha in the world, next is the Botanical Gardens which offers lush green surroundings with a wide variety of tropical plants and bird life. Visit the Kek Lok Si Temple built in 1904, the most beautiful and largest Buddha Temple Complex in South East Asia and is known as the Temple of 1000 Buddha’s and Fort Cornwallis where Captain Francis Light first landed. Continue the tour to the heritage town on Penang, Georgetown. Return to the hotel and the rest of the day is at leisure. Overnight in Penang.

Day 10 : Penang – Langkawi

This morning, we have arranged the ferry to Langkawi. This ferry departs in the early morning (08:30 hr) and you will need to register at the ferry counter 30-45 minutes prior to departure.
In the morning, at scheduled time, meet our representative at the lobby of your hotel, for your transfer to Jetty.
The ferry to Langkawi is about 2-3 hours in duration (timing will vary depending on sea and weather conditions). Once at Langkawi’s Kuah Jetty, proceed by coach/van to the resort.
Once at your Langkawi resort, check-in and the rest of your day is free and easy. You may chill by the beach or you might also consider the numerous activities that can be found around Langkawi ranging from water sports such as jet skis and parasailing to other activities such as eagle-feeding. Overnight in Langkawi.

Day 11 : Langkawi

Free & Easy.
Langkawi is synonymous with “Tropical Paradise”; swaying palms, a cool colour contrast of jungle green and ocean blue. A completely different scenario will be found during sunset; brilliant blood red, purple and golden mellow. The idyllic archipelagos of Langkawi, is create of 99 islands. Pulau Langkawi, dominate the archipelagos with 478.5-sq-km.
Away from the beaches (themselves pretty pristine) there are rural Malaysian Kampung, Paddy field and a spectacular Rain forest.

Day 12 : Langkawi

Free & Easy.

Day 13 : Langkawi Depart

Breakfast at your Langkawi hotel.
Our driver will meet you at the hotel for your transfer to the Langkawi Airport where you will catch the flight to Kuala Lumpur and then your onwards flight home.
The tour ends here. It was a pleasure creating a program for you and we thank you for this opportunity to serve you.

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