Malaysia is a country bordered by Thailand, Indonesia, and Singapore, drawing inspiration from each of these nations. The country’s rich history and diverse geography make it one of the most fascinating destinations in Asia. Join us and see for yourself…
Flight to Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia has always captivated tourists. We will start our journey with passport and baggage check-in for a flight to Kuala Lumpur.
“Selamat Datang” or Welcome to Malaysia! After arriving, we will transfer to a hotel located in the center of Kuala Lumpur. Free time and relaxation after the journey.
After breakfast, we will visit the particularly popular Batu Caves, especially revered by Hinduism. This is where worshippers gather during the celebration of Thaipusam. The limestone formations that make up the Batu Caves are estimated to be around 400 million years old. Directly in front of the entrance to the Main Cave is a cave called the Dark Cave.
Next, we will explore Kuala Lumpur. We will see landmarks such as the Sultan Abdul Samad Building, Central Market, Thean Hou Temple, Little India, and Jamek Mosque.
Finally, we will visit the Skybridge at the Twin Towers. The twin towers rise 88 stories high in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.
After breakfast, we will embark on a journey from Kuala Lumpur to Cameron Highlands (travel time: 3.5 hours). Around noon, we will reach Kellie’s Castle in Batu Gajah. The unfinished, ruined mansion was built by a Scottish planter named William Kellie-Smith. According to various accounts, it was intended as a gift for his wife or a home for his son.
Cameron Highlands, Tea Plantation
Today, we will embark on a journey through the lush and charming Cameron Highlands. We will begin our adventure with a visit to one of the most important plantations in all of Southeast Asia, the Sungai Palas Tea Plantation.
En route to the highest peak of the Cameron Highlands, we will admire magnificent landscapes that will transport us to a completely different world. The natural ecosystem of the cloud forest simply mesmerizes tourists, enveloping the entire area in a blanket of forests, perpetual mist, and humidity
Today, we have a journey from Cameron Highlands to Penang Island. The travel time is approximately 4 hours.
Today, we will begin exploring Penang Island, starting with Kek Lok Si, located away from the bustling city of Penang. We will be amazed by magnificent images of Buddha and hundreds of beautiful sculptures and paintings inside and outside the temples, pagodas, and gates.
Next, we will visit Penang Hill, located in the town of Georgetown. Situated at an altitude of 833 meters, it offers incredible views of the city from above. We will reach the summit by a cable car.
We will also see the Wat Chayamangalaram Temple, which houses the reclining Buddha. Additionally, we will visit the Burmese Dharmikarama Temple, the UNESCO-listed Old Town of George Town, the Penang Peranakan Mansion, and the Esplanade area.
Dream Forest Langkawi
Today, we have a visit to the green sanctuary of Dream Forest Langkawi. This place enchants visitors with its mystical aura and pristine beauty. The towering emerald crowns of trees conceal a wealth of biodiversity, including colorful bird species and elusive wild animals.
Tranquil paths lead to hidden waterfalls and natural pools. The hanging bridges are also noteworthy. Dream Forest is evidence of the enduring charm of nature, a sanctuary for those seeking peace.
Langkawi Skzbridge and Cabel Car
Malaysia and Langkawi offer diverse attractions, including sightseeing, nature trekking, and water activities. Today, our visit is focused on the world’s most spectacular bridge – the Langkawi Skybridge.
We will also explore Eagle Square, the Mahsuri Mausoleum, Kuah Town, the Art and Craft Center, and the Perdana Gallery.
Today, we have a boat trip along the Malacca Strait. We will admire mangrove plants, which play an incredibly important role in maintaining water quality and clarity. They filter pollutants and trap sediment from the land.
Departure from Maleysia
We hope you enjoyed Malaysia! After bidding farewell to the group, we have a flight back home. We invite you to join Rek Travel Adventure on future tours to Vietnam, Sri Lanka, and many more…
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