9Days Peninsula Journey - Classic
Package Includes: - Meal Tour with licensed guide Entrance passes as per itinerary

Peninsular Malaysia’s densely populated west coast, from Kuala Lumpur north to the open border with Thailand, is rich in cultural diversions and natural attractions. Nowhere showcases Malaysia’s rural delights better than the Cameron Highlands, a former hill station offering fresh air, forest treks and British-style cream teas. North up the coast, Penang Island – or rather its capital, Georgetown – is a major destination. Centuries of trade and interaction with India, Britain, Indonesia, Thailand and China have left a melting-pot of cultures (not to mention architecture and food). Penang’s drab beaches, however, are probably best skipped in favour of exploring the island’s smaller settlements and forested corners.The 400km-long stretch from the northeastern corner of the Peninsula to Kuantan, roughly halfway down the east coast, draws visitors for two major reasons: the beaches and islands, and traditional Malay culture.


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DAY 01 ARRIVE KUALA LUMPUR (Lunch)
Arrival, meet and greet at KLIA. Transfer to your chosen hotel in Kuala Lumpur and check in. In the afternoon, enjoy a day tour around Kuala Lumpur, and see the sights and hear the sounds of the old and new. The tour will highlight the old and the modern that makes this city exciting with traditions of each races still being practiced in daily routine. Places to visit; King’s Palace (photo stop), Thean Hou Temple, War Memorial, Parks and Gardens (pass by), Old Railway Station (pass by), National Mosque, Merdeka Square, KL City Gallery and Petronas Twin Towers (photo stop). Overnight

DAY 02 MELAKA TOUR (Breakfast/Lunch)
Travel back into the pass 600 years as you visit Melaka city. Parameswara, a Hindu Prince from Palembang whom later converted to Islam in 1402, founded Melaka. This state is the most important landmark in the country. The Portuguese, Dutch and English had also ruled Melaka. The ruins and building of these foreign powers can still be seen today, in the midst of the fast developing, but carefully planned township. Visit St Peter's Church built in 1710, drive pass Bukit China and visit the gateway of the Portuguese fortress "A Formosa" built in 1511. Climb St Paul Hill and visit the ruins of the church where St Francis Xavier was once buried. Stop at the Dutch Square with its pink colored building called Stadhuys. Nearby is Christchurch built in 1753. Visit the Cheng Hoon Teng Temple, the country's oldest Chinese temple - the only temple where you can find 3 major doctrines of local Chinese beliefs under the same roof: Taoism, Buddhism and Confucianism. Take a stroll along Jonker street, which ends by the banks of Melaka river. *Melaka has been listed in UNESCO World Heritage City under historic cities.

DAY 03 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 1542 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 04 CAMERON HIGHLANDS / PENANG (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 to Penang with en-route visit to Kuala Kangsar - to the Ubudiah Mosque, Iskandariah Palace, Istana Kenangan Museum and Labu Sayong factory - named after village called Sayong located on the opposite bank of the Perak River (Labu is a a traditional earthenware container). Before reaching Penang, stopover at the Orang Utan Island, a small island in the middle of the 7,000 acre freshwater lake where a number of Orang Utans are kept in their natural habitat. Cross the Penang 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 (from the outside), 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 / KOTA BHARU (Breakfast)
In the morning after breakfast depart for Kota Bahru. The journey takes us through the main mountain range that offers a breathtaking view of the tropical rainforest. Upon arrival if here is still time will be done a visit to the traditional craft centers such as the silver handicraft, kite making and top spinning. Overnight.

DAY 07 KOTA BHARU / TERENGGANU (Breakfast)
In the morning visit the colorful wet market and take a stroll around the cultural zone, which offers an invaluable insight into the history of Kelantan. Visit places like the Royal Museum, Handicraft Village, Istana Balai Besar, Merdeka Square and the State Mosque. Depart for Terengganu with en route stop at Merang fishing village and Duyong Island to view a traditional boat making process. Overnight.

DAY 08 TERENGGANU / KUANTAN (Breakfast)
After breakfast check out and visit a local cottage industry producing the traditional Batik cloth and brassware under the same roof. A short scenic drive along the coastal road will bring you into the state of Pahang and to Cherating. Stop at Kijal to sample local Malay delicacies The popular “lemang” (glutinous rice cooked in bamboo stem) and proceed for Cherating Village where you will see pandanus leave being weaved into bags, mats and crafts and also visit brown sugar making and Beserah fishing village.. Enjoy the afternoon here on your own on the beach. Overnight. (

DAY 09 KUANTAN / ONWARDS (Breakfast)
Breakfast at hotel. Proceed to KLIA for your onward flight to your next destination.

Accommodation, meals, tours & transfers and entrance fees (please refer itinerary for inclusion of meals).
International and domestic air ticket, early check in & late check out, personal expenses during tour & at hotel / resort during stay and tipping.

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