DAY 01 KUALA LUMPUR / CAMERON HIGHLANDS (Breakfast)
❱ In the morning, after breakfast, depart for Cameron Highlands en-route tour to Batu Caves - the most famous landmark in Kuala Lumpur, which also doubles up as a religious side for Hindus. Ascend 272 steps to reach the top where you can admire the limestone formations and watch devotees pray to their shrines. Cameron Highlands which is 1,542 metres above sea level and famous for its tea plantation and cool temperatures. On the way visit Lata Iskandar Water fall, an aboriginal settlement and a bamboo basket-making stall. Sweaters are recommended for evenings The temperature can drop to 15 degrees Celsius during night time or when it is raining. Overnight.
DAY 02 CAMERON HIGHLANDS / BELUM (Breakfast/Dinner)
❱ Cameron Highland tour starts in the morning. Since the discovery of the Cameron Highlands by William Cameron in 1885, the highlands have not only been transformed into a farming land and a retreat for the wealthy Chinese businessman but have also become the most popular destination for local and foreign holiday makers alike. This half-day tour will take you to one of the tea plantations to watch the processing of black tea and later to sample various kinds of tea in the tea house. Visit the "Time Tunnel" - take a peek into the past of Cameron Highlands through photographs. Other places to visit such as Butterfly & Insect Farm, Vegetables, Fruits and Flowers Market and Strawberry Farm. Proceed journey to Royal Belum Rainforest, where the wonders of nature come alive. Over 130 million years of age and encompassing 300,000 hectares, 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. In fact, scientific studies indicate that this pristine forest, which remains one of the largest untouched forest reserves in Peninsular Malaysia, holds enormous potential for the discovery of more biological treasures. After checking in and dinner, proceed for night trekking. Discover the Banding Island jungle trek through the night. Discover the side of the jungle which comes alive at night. Learn about nocturnal plants & insects. Catch sights of mammals en-route (sambar deer, mouse deer, porcupine, if you are lucky). Overnight
DAY 03 BELUM - TEMENGGOR WALK (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner)
❱ Morning after breakfast, the adventure starts at Banding Island where we’ll transfer you by speedboat into the depths of the biggest block of rainforest in Peninsular Malaysia. Visit to Rafflesia site. The uniqueness of the Rafflesia is not just its size and appearance, but the fact that it is a parasite that is totally dependent to a host vine (Tetrastigma, of the grape family) for survival and that the only visible part is the vine and flower. It has no roots, leaves or stem – nothing that is green. You’ll have first hand contact with the Orang Asli’s (the indigenous people). Visit the Jahai group from the Negrito tribe at Sungai Kejar. The gummy smiles of these shorter, dark skinned and curly haired people and their ancient song of welcome done to the rhythmic beats of bamboo shoots (Sewang) warmed our hearts. The Jahais largely depend upon hunting, fishing and gathering jungle products as their source of livelihood. After all the trekking at Sira Terasau which got you hot and sweaty; a cool dip at the Sungai Ruok waterfalls was just what you needed with picnic lunch. Back to resort. Get yourself prepared for dinner before ends the day. Overnight.
DAY 04 BELUM / PENANG (Breakfast)
❱ In the morning, after breakfast, proceed journey to Penang - or fondly known as “Pearl Of The Orient”. Cross the third longest bridge that links the Peninsula and Penang Island. Overnight.
DAY 05 PENANG (Breakfast)
❱ After breakfast, proceed for Georgetown City Tour. The city of Georgetown was once protected by Fort Cornwallis of the East India Co., where Captain Francis Light landed in 1786., the most prominent historical remains of Penang, with its Cannons still pointing towards the northern approach. View the heritage of the Khoo Kongsi Clan house where you will be fascinated by the detailed carvings on the walls, pillars and roofs by master craftsmen from China. Visit Chew Jetty, the early Chinese stilted settlement of Penang and later the colorful Little India and the bustling Chinatown then visit Wat Chayamankalaram, which houses one of the worlds largest reclining Buddha. *Penang has been listed in UNESCO World Heritage City under historic cities. Afternoon, free at leisure. Overnight.
DAY 06 PENANG / ONWARDS (Breakfast)
❱ Breakfast at hotel. Transfer to Penang Airport or Penang Jetty for your next destination.