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Singapre to Singapore - 10 Days/9 Nights
|Day 01 – Wed – Singapore – Tampin – Malacca
Meet at your hotel lobby (along Orchard Road) between
0600 to 0620 hours. Transfer to the train station for the train
departing at 0740 hours to Tampin (train timing subject to
change). Enjoy the rural scenery as the train passes through
villages and plantations. Arrives Tampin railway station at
1215 hours. The driver/guide will meet you here and proceed
to Malacca. Tour the historic sites such as Cheng Hoon Teng
Temple - the oldest functioning Chinese temple in Malaysia,
Kampung Kling Mosque, Jonker Street (Antique Row), Baba
& Nyonya Museum, Stadhuys Building, Malacca Clock Tower,
Christchurch and the famous Porta de Santiago.
Day 02 – Thur – Malacca – Kuala Lumpur
Depart by 0830 hours to Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of
Malaysia. Tour of Kuala Lumpur upon arrival. Places to be
visited are King’s Palace (photo stop), National Mosque
& Railway Station (photo stop), National Monument,
Independence Square, Sultan Abdul Samad building (photo
stop), Royal Selangor Club (photo stop), St Mary’s Church
and see the meeting point of two rivers where Kuala Lumpur
got its name (the muddy river mouth). Continue to visit the
oldest Hindu temple in Kuala Lumpur the Seri Mahamariaman
Temple and the colorful ever attractive Chinatown for bargain
hunting. Visit the tallest Communication Tower in South East
Asia the fifth tallest in the world for a panoramic view of the
City. Check into your Hotel.
Day 03 – Fri – Kuala Lumpur
0830hrs - Morning tour of the Countryside. Drive along the
Ambassadors row, visit the biggest and world famous Royal
Selangor Pewter’s factory. Malaysia is one of the world’s biggest
producers of tin. Witness how pewter is being produced.
Visit the Batik factory to experience how hand drawn batiks
are made. The highlight of the visit is the holy sacred cave
temple for the Hindus, the Batu Caves (except during Thaipusam
in January). Return to the city. Rest of the day is at leisure.
Day 04 – Sat – Kuala Lumpur – Cameron Highlands
Depart by 0830 hours for Cameron Highland, which is located
at 1542 meters above sea level. Famed for its tea plantations
and cool temperature. On the way, we will stop at a basket
weaving cottage industry and Lata Iskandar Waterfall. Driving
up into the mountain, you will enjoy the scenic view of the
route dotted by scattered aborigine’s villages. Enjoy the cool,
crisp air of Malaysian’s highlands beside its wonderful sceneries
Tour of Cameron Highlands upon arrival. Tour includes the
tea plantation, tea factory, market place and butterfly farm.
Day 05 – Sun – Cameron Highlands – Penang
Early morning departure to Penang. On route, stop at the
Royal town of Kuala Kangsar for a photostop of the Ubudiah
Mosque, Iskandariah Palace and Istana Kenangan. Drive further
north to Taiping. Visit the famous Taiping museum, the oldest
museum in the country and its scenic lake garden. Proceed
further to Kuala Sepetang mangrove area. The Kuala Sepetang
mangrove forest is the best managed mangrove forest in
Malaysia, which is ecologically very important in protecting
coastline from erosion. Enjoy the feeling of walking through
natural mangrove forest on a boardwalk. Kuala Sepetang
produces bulk of the nation’s top quality mangrove charcoal.
Visit a charcoal kiln where quality charcoals are produced.
Day 06 Mon – Georgetown – Belum Rainforest
0800hrs - Depart for a tour of Georgetown. Visit the 3rd
longest reclining Buddha figure in the world then to Kek
Lok Si Temple that was built in 1904.It is the most beautiful
and largest Buddhist’s temple complex in South East Asia
and is known as the Temple of the 1000 Buddhas. Visit Fort
Cornwallis where in 1786, Captain Francis Light first landed
to start the first British colony in Penang. Continue to the old
part of Georgetown. Drive along Pitt street or is also known as
“The Street of Harmony”, you can’t avoid noticing churches,
Chinese temples, mosques and Hindu temples along the same
street existing for centuries side by side together.
Visit the intricate Khoo Kong Si clan’s house. Enjoy a breezy
trishaw ride, a still popular mode of transport in Georgetown.
Depart overland towards the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia
to the island of Banding, the getaway to the famous Royal
Belum State Park. Take a rest stop in a small town of Gerik.
Order light snacks or just take a stroll in this rustic town and
observe the locals going on with their daily chores. Arrival and
check into the Belum Rainforest Resort.
Day 07 Tue – Tour Of Belum Valley Then
Overland To Kota Bharu
At 0830hrs after breakfast proceed for a tour of the Belum
Valley, an area bristling with fauna and flora, a rich national
heritage. This last frontier of Peninsular Malaysia beckons the
adventurous ones with its everlasting charm. From Banding
Island on the Temenggor Lake, we will take a boat ride for
a tour of the aboriginal villages. Observe and mingle with
the ‘Orang Asli’ people, which literally mean ‘the original
people’. These are of the Jahai and Temiar people of the
aboriginal’s ethnic groups of Peninsular Malaysia. We will
have the opportunity to trek in the jungle and with some
luck to see the ‘Rafflesia’ - the world’s largest flower, in the
wilderness. Pack lunch will be served. Enjoy the encounter
with scenic waterfall in the lush green jungle pouring through
the heart of nature crafting out an unforgettable feeling of
having been in the oldest tropical rainforest of the world. A
rainforest of 130 million years old. Back to the resort, you will
be transferred overland to Kota Baru. Short stop at thehighest
mountain point on this route that is 1050meters above sea
level overlooking Thailand - Malaysian border. From here
you will have a breathtaking view of the famous Titiwangsa
mountain range with its dense tropical rainforest.
Day 08 Wed – Kota Bharu – Terengganu
At 0830 hours, we start the day with a visit to the colorful wet
market and the traditional cottage industries like the silver
handicraft, songket weaving and kite making. Drive along
the scenic coastline southward towards Kuala Trengganu.
Taste some keropok, the very popular local chips made out
of fish and sometime prawn. Check in at the beach hotel and
rest of the day free at leisure lazing at the fine beach if you
Day 09 Thur – Terengganu – Kuantan
Breakfast. Depart hotel toward Kuantan. Stop in Kuala
Trengganu visit Pulau Duyong, famous for its traditional way
of boat making in the region. It will be incomplete not to visit
the Islamic Civilization Park at the Waterfront Heritage City
of Kuala Trengganu showcasing twenty miniatures of great
Islamic monuments of the world such as Alhambra Citadel
of Spain, Taj Mahal of Agra India, Masjidil Haram of Mecca
Saudi Arabia, Dome of the Rock Palestine and many more.
Last but not least is the Grand Crystal Mosque, the icon and
the highlight of the park. Next proceed to visit a brasswaremaking
centre. Continue further south toward Cherating in
the district of Kuantan, Pahang. Pass by the Floating Mosque,
fishing villages and visit a turtle information Centre where
you will get to learn more of this endangered species of the
sea. On route taste the “lemang”, rice cooked with coconut
milk in bamboo, a popular Malay delicacies not to be missed.
Next, be a guest of a local community for afternoon tea.
Continue with a tour of Cherating. The main attraction are
sight of trained monkey plucking coconuts and mengkuang
leaves being weaved into amongst others bags and mats.
Day 10 Fri – Kuantan – Singapore
Overland to Singapore departs by 0800hrs. Enroute, stop
at the Royal Town of Pekan where the Sultan resides. Visit
the traditional boat museum. Expected arrival in Singapore
approximately at 1800 hrs. At the border town of Johor
Bahru, you will be transferred to a vehicle that is authorized
to enter Singapore with an English-speaking driver.
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